Letting the dogs run free

Sunday 10 August 2017  Paulin Ground Winchmore Hill
Judd Street Tigers 237-6 beat Railway Taverners 218-3 by 19 runs

The Tigers made it a hat-trick of wins with an entertaining victory over the Railway Taverners from Crouch End, the bat rather than the ball dominating on this occasion Continue reading “Letting the dogs run free”

Fire, Fury and Frailty

13 August 2017  Paulin Ground Winchmore Hill
Judd Street Tigers 88-7 beat Potter Street 87 all out by 3 wickets

The world teeters on the brink of nuclear extinction, Chelsea are in chaos again and the Tigers are still struggling for players. Continue reading “Fire, Fury and Frailty”

In the Neep of time

Sunday 6 August 2017   Paulin Ground, Winchmore Hill
Judd Street Tigers 145-8 beat Acme CC 144 all out by 2 wickets

And so, the rain finally went away, the sun came out, and the Tigers won a cricket match for the first time in almost three months. The glass is half full again. Continue reading “In the Neep of time”

Premature evacuation

Sunday 23 July 2017  Paulin Ground, Winchmore Hill
JUDD STREET TIGERS 62-2 drew with SE CHALLENGERS 117 all out

Summer is over and the nights are drawing in, as a heavy and prolonged shower at about 5 o’clock scuppered any chance of the Tigers obtaining their first victory since May 14 Continue reading “Premature evacuation”

Porto 2017 Tour Diary – Day 2

continued from tour diary 1

Awoke reluctantly feeling like Sunday is a good day to sleep until 1pm. What’s the point of staying within walking distance of a cricket ground if you’re going to start a match at 11am? Continue reading “Porto 2017 Tour Diary – Day 2”

Tigers’ troubles trending despite Taylor ton

Paulin Ground, Winchmore Hill, Sunday 9 July 2017
Judd Street Tigers 240-4 lost to Haringey Libraries 242-3 by 7 wickets

Despite his obvious cricketing pedigree, The Tigers’ captain Stewart Taylor had never scored a hundred in his 23 years of social cricket with The Blue Heaven XI (later The Lager Louts – the Chelsea fans’ team) Continue reading “Tigers’ troubles trending despite Taylor ton”

Return of the Amateur Gentleman

With Sir Vyvyan Bartington-Phypps KBE
Paulin Ground, Winchmore Hill    Sunday 2 July 2017
Judd Street Tigers 200-6 lost to Motley Crew 203-5 by 5 wickets

Greetings, fellow Corinthians Continue reading “Return of the Amateur Gentleman”

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”

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