Teas for the few, not the many

Old Camdenians, Mill Hill    Sunday 25 June 2017
Judd Street Tigers 133 all out lost to Spartan CC 167 all out by 34 runs

The misery goes on, as the Tigers crumpled to yet another defeat, outwitted by a weakened Spartan side at the secluded Old Camdenians* ground in Mill Hill Continue reading “Teas for the few, not the many”

Getting on with the job

Saturday 17 June 2017 Mole Hill Green
Judd Street Tigers 237-7 lost to Mole Hill Green 239-9 by 1 wicket
Sunday 18 June Little Easton
Judd Street Tigers 188-8 dec lost to Eastons CC 190-4 by 6 wickets

Continue reading “Getting on with the job”

Giving absolutely everything

Paulin Ground, Winchmore Hill – Sunday 11 June 2017
Judd Street Tigers 222-7 lost to Beamers CC 223-9 by one wicket

At the end of a traumatic week where the country ended up with a weak and unstable government, the  ten-man Tigers recovered from yet another poor start to post 222-7, Continue reading “Giving absolutely everything”

Glass half full

Sunday 4 June 2017   Winchmore Hill CC
Judd Street Tigers 161 all out lost to Spartan CC 234-9 by 73 runs

The Tigers came up second best in the Paulin Ground derby to fellow lodgers Spartan, despite being on top in the early part of the match. Continue reading “Glass half full”

It’s happened again…

Sunday 21 May 2017   Winchmore Hill CC
Judd Street Tigers 126 all out lost to Graces CC 226-9 by 100 runs

This was originally going to be another amusing report by one of our many celebrity correspondents. However, following an editorial decision it was decided that this contest was not worthy of such a presentation. Continue reading “It’s happened again…”

Strong and stable leadership

Winchmore Hill    Sunday 6 May 2017
Judd Street Tigers 212-7 beat Haringay Libraries 187-6 by 25 runs

This week’s guest, professional Yorkshireman, Huddersfield Town supporter and acclaimed author David Peace reports on the Tigers’ spirited encounter with Haringey Libraries Cricket Club. Continue reading “Strong and stable leadership”

Tigers triumph in game of four quarters

Winchmore Hill  Sunday 30 April 2017

Judd Street Tigers 163-8 beat N2 Casuals 84 all out by 79 runs

The Tigers got off the mark in 2017 with a convincing victory at a bleak Winchmore Hill, which looked extremely unlikely at one stage, the home side having struggled to 41-6 before Mitchell Greenham (75), Jimmy Carter and Matt Webster enabled a final total of 163 in 40 overs. Continue reading “Tigers triumph in game of four quarters”

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