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QUIZ NIGHTS - 21st of September 2009

The next quiz night with Fraz is THURSDAY 8th OCTOBER in the clubhouse.

Quiz nights will now be run on the 2nd Thursday of each month during the autumn, winter and spring.

Please make every effort to attend and make these evenings a success.

Normal format applies, maximum of four people per team and a 5 entrance fee.

Good luck !!

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CHRIS DENT SELECTED FOR ENGLAND U-19's - 16th of September 2009

Thornbury Cricket Club player Chris Dent has been selected for the England Under 19 tour of Bangladesh for the autumn/winter international fixtures.

It is another fantastic achievement for Chris following his award of a county contract with Gloucestershire and a true reflection of his talent and potential.

Former players in the U-19 side include Mike Atherton, Michael Vaughan, Marcus Trescothick, Andrew Flintoff and more recently Alaistair Cook, Ravi Bopara, Tim Bresnan and Luke Wright.

No pressure then Chris !!!!

The full squad and itinerary can be viewed below....

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INTERCLUB MATCH & HAWAIIAN NIGHT - 7th of September 2009

A big thank you to all those who participated & celebrated in the Interclub match and Hawaiian night.

A special mention to the days umpires Les Summerfield and Will Vizard (who had to keep some kind of order on the field), to Toby Summerfield, Jon Oakey and Carl Botha for fine BBQ cooking and to all those who did a stint behind the bar.

All reports so far prove that the day was a great success even though memories may be a little sketchy !!

There is photographic evidence of the action (both day and night) and these can be viewed via the photo gallery under the "Club" heading above.

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The 2009 season proved to be a mixed one for the three senior Saturday sides.

The 1st XI entered their last game of the season knowing a win over Keynsham would seal them as Premier Two champions or a minimum of 7 points would secure promotion. Unfortunately the side could not produce either as they could only manage 6 points in a bitterly disappointing defeat and therefore were pipped to promotion by Taunton Deane via a higher wins percentage.

The 2nd XI, already relegated to Premier Two next season, produced one of the better performances of the season by beating Keynsham at home but their demise was, in the end, due to penalty points applied by WEPL for a disputed illegible player.

However unreserved congratulations go to the 3rd XI who, despite a defeat in the last game, still obtained promotion to the B&D 2nd XI Senior Division.

It is a fantastic achievement by all of those involved (including a large proportion of TCC youth team players) but special mention must go to captain Nick Hall who has, undoubtedly, the most difficult team managerial job within the club.

The final league table can be viewed by clicking below.......

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 A must date for your diaries = SATURDAY 5th SEPTEMBER.

An interclub cricket match will commence from approximately 2pm and then followed by the T.C.C. Hawaiian Night.

Hawaiian shirts, grass skirts etc. a must and you can show off your hip swinging prowess during the karaoke and disco.

Bar will be open all day, food available and karaoke/disco will kick off at 6pm.

All welcome....

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