Tigers awaken

Latest update from the world of Tigers with Fay Canuz


The year 2018 has got off to a sluggish start for the Tigers, many of whom appear to still be in hibernation* Continue reading “Tigers awaken”


Tigers avoid defeat shock!


The Tigers ended their sequence of defeats when last Sunday’s away fixtue at Little Berkhamsted was called off on the Friday, Continue reading “Tigers avoid defeat shock!”

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”

When all is said and done…

Cockfosters  Sunday 23 April 2017

Judd Street Tigers 121 all out, lost to Southgate Compton 124-6 by 4 wickets

In the first of  a series of occasional celebrity match reporters, we welcome today former Chelsea and Manchester United midfielder Ray ‘Butch’ Cliche, now a radio and TV football pundit, famous for playing, managing or coaching the most clubs in the world of football – ever, and a man who is known to speak almost entirely in cliches.
Continue reading “When all is said and done…”

Porto round-up

Oporto Cricket Club, Portugal – Saturday 14 May 2016
JUDD STREET TIGERS 127 all out lost to OPORTO CC 130-7 by 3 wickets
Oporto Cricket Club, Portugal – Sunday 15 May 2016
JUDD STREET TIGERS 233-6 drew with OPORTO CC 286-2

The Tigers had a mixed weekend on their third tour of Porto, losing a low-scoring contest on the first day, but recovering well to fight out a draw on the Sunday thanks to Chris Wright’s fifth Tiger century. Continue reading “Porto round-up”

Lions of England

Sunday 21 July 2013 Winchmore Hill CC

JUDD STREET TIGERS 237-5 beat CAMRA (SW London) 231-6 by 5 wickets

About the same time England finally wrapped up the second Ashes Test against Australia at Lord’s, Matt Webster launched a huge six over long-on with the final ball of the penultimate over to put the seal on an unlikely win for the rampant Tigers. Continue reading “Lions of England”


14 July 2013 – Old Tenisonians CC, New Malden


scoreboardOn a day of unbearable tension, as England edged out Australia in the first Ashes Test in Nottingham, Dave Scally, Tigers’ twelfth batsman, needing two runs for his team to win, struck the last ball of the game into the covers and scampered a single which tied the match after the sides had shared 70 overs and 462 runs. Continue reading “Bumsqueakers!”

And The Waters Prevailed…

Sunday 23 June 2013 – Minchenden School Sports Ground, Southgate

JUDD STREET TIGERS 154-6 drew with FIVES CC 104-5 – Match Abandoned

Sadly, this contest, which was bubbling up to an exciting finale, was ruined by the weather. For once, the forecasters got it right, as the combatants were forced off the pitch in the early evening by persistent heavy drizzle which made playing conditions impossible, particularly for the fielding side. Continue reading “And The Waters Prevailed…”

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