The sound of breaking ducks

Sunday June 3 2018  Winchmore Hill CC
TIGER SPARTANS 226-7 (Warren 72*, Wright 60, Mujahid 57)
N2 CASUALS 149 all out (Newham 37, Hincorami 34)

At last, a victory (of sorts), as a combined JST and Spartan eleven won this contest, closing with a perfect symmetry to the day, Continue reading “The sound of breaking ducks”


Life in the old dog

Winchmore Hill   Sunday May 27 2018

JUDD STREET TIGERS 188-6 (Greenham 88, Rennie 43, Dane 29)

SPARTAN CC 108-3 (Mujahid 57*)

Match abandoned as a draw

The Tigers’ run of consecutive defeats in 2018 ended abruptly late in the afternoon when a biblical downpour curtailed play with 20 overs left and the outcome still in the balance. Sadly, with too much water on the wicket it was deemed impossible to continue. Continue reading “Life in the old dog”

Losing the will to live

Sunday 24 September 2017    South Woodford CC
JUDD STREET TIGERS 121 all out lost to SPARTAN CC 257 all out by 136 runs

Back in the day, the cricket season ended at the beginning of September, the players then donning their soccer boots until the end of April, when cricket began once more. Continue reading “Losing the will to live”

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”

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”


Paulin Ground, Winchmore Hill   Sunday 3 July 2016

JUDD STREET TIGERS 159 all out lost to SPARTAN CC 245-5 by 86 runs

Life in Post-Apocalypse Britain goes on much as before. Despite the mass hysteria, weeping and wailing and gnashing of teeth, the sky has not yet fallen in, nor has anyone descended to hell in a horseless cart. Continue reading “Aftermath”

Reasons to be Cheerful – Part 3

  • Middlesex come back from the dead to beat champions Yorkshire in the match at Lord’s
  • Fanatical Gooner Jeremy Corbyn is elected leader of the Labour Party
  • Great Crosby Stills and Nash concert on Saturday night
  • Jose Mourinho currently has a face like a bear who has swallowed a wasp


Paulin Ground, Winchmore Hill  Sunday 13 September 2015
JUDD STREET TIGERS 214-6 beat THE SPARTANS 212-9 by 2 runs

Continue reading “Reasons to be Cheerful – Part 3”

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