The season 2016 was ultimately one of disappointment for the Tigers, at least on the field, where 14 of the 23 matches were lost (60%). Despite this there were some outstanding performances: Continue reading “2016 Season Review”
Sunday 25 September 2016 Highgate CC
In a weekend where Middlesex won the cricket County Championship for the first time in 23 years, and Arsenal finally scored a league goal against Chelsea (plus 2 more), anything seemed possible, but sadly the Tigers could not end their season with a win Continue reading “End Game”
Sunday 18 September 2016 North Middlesex CC
The Tigers’ mini-revival came to a sudden halt at the well appointed North Middlesex ground in Shepherds Cot, their thirteenth reverse in a disappointing season, well beaten by a revitalized Railway Taverners, who put in a much improved performance from their defeat at Winchmore Hill two weeks ago. Continue reading “Train Crash”
Sunday 11 September 2016 Paulin Ground, Winchmore Hill
The Tigers kept up their improved September form with a comfortable victory over new local opposition Mayfield on one of the warmest Sundays of the summer. Continue reading “Tigers dine on roast leg”
Paulin Ground, Winchmore Hill Sunday 4 September 2016
Look out, Boden’s coming!
A win at last! the first since the end of July’s somewhat pyrrhic victory over nine-man Acme.
Paulin Ground, Winchmore Hill Sunday 21 August 2016
In the week that Machali – the world’s most famous tiger (after Chris Wright) – died in India, the London Tigers suffered another disappointing reverse at the hands of Cincinnati at a dreek, windswept Winchmore Hill. Continue reading “Short Trousers”
WHAT THE **** IS GOING ON WITH THE TIGERS!
Winchmore Hill, Sunday 7 August
On a glorious sunny August afternoon, in perfect batting conditions and on a good track, the Tigers rolled over, bared their soft underbelly and were dismissed for 111 inside 32 overs. Continue reading “Pants!”
Alexandra Park, Sunday 31 July
In the long awaited battle between the predators of the deep and the predators of the deep jungle, the eight-legged bottom feeders squeaked home by 2 wickets. Continue reading “Octopus deliver sucker punch to endangered Tigers”