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Eton Ramblers" Cricket Club from its foundation in 1862 until 1880

Philip Norman

Eton Ramblers" Cricket Club from its foundation in 1862 until 1880

by Philip Norman

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Published by Longmans & Co. in London .
Written in English

Edition Notes

StatementBy Philip Norman.
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv, 194p. :
Number of Pages194
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17231271M

Having failed in its mission to unite all football clubs under one set of rules, the FA's fortunes plummeted. At its first anniversary, the FA minute book noted that 'no business was conducted' and its committee did not meet again until February By membership numbered just 10 clubs, barely half the 19 that were members in December Amos was ordained in and ministered in south east London from until when he became Rector of Rotherhithe. As a cricketer he was also quite useful and played for Streatham Cricket Club for many years. In he was admitted as a solicitor and he practised in London with the firm, Baileys, Shaw and Gillett. Eton Ramblers.

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A cricket ground was built and hosted its first match on J Cricket would continue to be played on this ground for the next 97 years. The local British population declined steadily through the twentieth century and cricket at the club faded away. Today the Rio Cricket ground is used almost exclusively for football. Ramblers Cricket Club is having a Roti fundraiser next week Friday, there's still tickets for sale, any support will be much appreciated. Please leave a comment on post if you would like to place an order or contact the numbers on ticket sample below.

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Sussex Martlets (57 overs), Eton Ramblers (38 overs) The Chairman of the Eton Ramblers once famously declared that he was so fed up leading a bunch of indolent members who so rarely applied for games and were so clearly unappreciative of his committee’s efforts that he might as well throw in the towel and abandon the whole Old Boy wandering cricket venture altogether.

Cricket. Eton cricket is known to most people for the annual Eton versus Harrow match at Lord’s. This last-remaining schools fixture at the ‘Home of Cricket’ has a history longer than any other cricket match, dating back to Even until recent years Eton versus Harrow was one of.

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The local public school players, during the autumn ofslowly began to gather their numbers together and practice as a team. The old boys of Eton and Harrow, by far the most numerous amongst them, were soon in the news.

Eton Ramblers v Cryptics Cricket Club Cryptics on Sun 13 Aug at Match was Tied Match report Cryptics for 7 dec ( overs) Miles Cov Izhan K CF Horne Eton Ramblers for 7 (47 overs) TWM Shaw *, Ben Tibble Match Tied. Having been put in by the Ramblers on a tinder-dry late-summer deck at Eton, the Martlets wholly failed to take advantage of good batting conditions.

A promising opening partnership between Peter Lamb and Marcus Campopiano was cut off in its prime and only Wyatt, the year-old former Leicestershire bowler representing the Martlets for the.

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He still maintained his interest in the club until well into his seventies, when he arrived at the club on his motor bike as a spectator.

This year heralded the end of the Bridges family connection with the cricket club when John Henry Bridges died at the age of 73 years, 12th Feb at Eastbourne, Sussex. Between and the club collapsed, but in the latter year a meeting was called with the object of reconstituting the club, with P R Toynbee as secretary.

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