Collateral Damage

Sunday September 17th 2017   North Middlesex  CC
JUDD STREET TIGERS 167-4 beat RAILWAY TAVERNERS 164 all out by 6 wickets

The Tigers gained their first double of the season with a second victory over the Taverners in a month, thanks to an unbroken 5th wicket stand of 125 Continue reading “Collateral Damage”

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Train Crash

Sunday 18 September 2016    North Middlesex CC

JUDD STREET TIGERS 183-9 lost to RAILWAY TAVERNERS 185-4 by 6 wickets

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”

Slow Train Coming

North London CC    Sunday 20 September 2015
JUDD STREET TIGERS 253-6 beat RAILWAY TAVERNERS 236-8 by 17 runs

In a fitting finale to the season the Tigers ground out another close and hard fought victory in the North London gloom, mainly thanks to a fifth-wicket club record partnership of 144 between Stewart Taylor (92) and Chris Boden (95). There was a brave response from the Taverners, who included loanee Chris Wright, falling just a few runs short, mainly thanks to an excellent innings from Terry, who became the day’s third batsman to be dismissed in the 90’s, running himself out one short of his hundred. Continue reading “Slow Train Coming”

Tigers tamed in Octopus’s garden

Sunday 22 June 2014 St.Aloysius Sports Ground, Highgate

JUDD STREET TIGERS 216 all out lost to OCTOPUS CC 219-7 by 3 wickets

The Tigers fell to their second successive defeat against a determined Octopus on a fine summer’s day for cricket. The teams were evenly matched, but the visitors could only muster ten bodies, eight full members being unavailable on the day. The captain did his best to round up some strays, even inviting Sachin Tendulkar – visiting nearby Hampstead CC – but to no avail, the lack of a recognised fifth bowler and an extra fielder proving decisive to the outcome. Continue reading “Tigers tamed in Octopus’s garden”

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