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Chantilly Cricket 2016 season begins - new players welcome!

Posted by: webmaster on Wednesday May 11, 2016 (11:40:46)
Chantilly Cricket Club's 2016 season is ready to begin! We have a brand new mat laid on a new concrete base for the season and we are hoping that this will make a real difference to the quality of the cricket we can expect to see. Already seven matches have been planned with more in the pipeline.

If you've just moved to the area and didn't know about the club please do have a look at our website linked above. We are always keen for new players, even if you haven't picked up a bat or ball since school; we try to welcome all standards of players. If you would like more information please get in touch with Jimmy (via email or phone 06.33.28.36.04) for more information.

Fixtures have been put up on the site and will be updated as the season progresses (along with the match reports!). If you want to come and watch you are also welcome - the map to the ground is on the site - it's a great place for a picnic!
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Sue Oakley leaves

Posted by: webmaster on Thursday July 02, 2015 (11:49:52)
Last Sunday saw Chantilly Cricket Club play (and win - see the match report!) their latest match. It also saw us have an opportunity to say goodbye and thank you to Sue Oakley, who is leaving these shores to return to England.

Sue has been instrumental in getting CCC to where it is today; for many years she has been an almost constant presence at matches supporting either Rob or Jack. She has been our scorer for as many years as we have had a scorer and she has been in charge of our prize giving ceremonies and speeches at our AGMs too. Without her CCC would not be the sociable cricket club it is.

Sue leaves with much gratitude from all players, past and present, and we all wish her the very best of luck in her future life in the UK. And if you do come back you'd be very welcome any time!
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New season 2015

Posted by: webmaster on Saturday April 25, 2015 (17:50:21)
Following our AGM last week Chantilly Cricket Club has many reasons to be cheerful! We have a good core of members making up the side and plans in place to ensure we get full teams out for each of our games this season. Our finances are predicted to be healthy for the year ahead; but to do that we need you! If you would like to play this year, even if you haven't played for years or have never played but always fancied it, why not join? We are a small club with members of many differing abilities. With your help and support we can lay a solid foundation for the club for future years.

You may also notice a trial of a new identity for the club. We have seen a great many members leave the area over the last few years depleting our numbers so this is something of a new beginning for us all. This is where we hope you will join us, or if you know of someone who has expressed an interest in playing, no matter what their level, please don’t hesitate to forward this email on to them. We’re not looking for the next Mitchell Johnson or Joe Root (although that’d be nice), we’re looking for anyone who enjoys sport in general, being outdoors and the comradery of fellow players. The membership form is available here.

Here’s to a great season in 2015 - hopefully with you there!
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CCC 2012 averages

Posted by: webmaster on Wednesday November 28, 2012 (21:28:01)
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Rob has done some number crunching and come up with the averages for CCC for this season, 2012. Did you know for example that there were 1601 runs scored in total by players playing for Chantilly? That 35 catches were taken (it doesn't detail how many were dropped but I suspect a great deal more than that)! Over 361 overs 1980 runs were scored, with 85 wickets taken by bowlers. This averaged out at a respectable 23 runs per wicket, and 5.48 runs per over.

I'm sure some matches have been missed out but don't blame the messenger!

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New Pitch 2012

Posted by: webmaster on Friday April 20, 2012 (16:07:08)
CCC's new cricket pitch
Following a great deal of hard work Chantilly Cricket Club is pleased to announce that their new pitch is now in place in Apremont, ready for the start of the new season. Special thanks must go to Jean-Francois Ripoche for all his help and expertise. Read more to see more pictures of progress on the pitch.    more ...
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Rob and Jean-François on the run

Posted by: webmaster on Tuesday September 14, 2010 (00:20:44)
Rob and Jean-François on the run!
This weekend Rob and Jean-François took part in the "Foulées de Saumur-Champigny", an 8 and a bit km race round the vineyards of Saumur. We could go in fancy dress so the boys i.e. Rob and Jean-François came up with this! They made our friend René also dress up (mainly because he's the fastest and they hoped it would slow him down a little).

They managed the whole 8 km with the occasional stop for degustation every now and then. I guess the hardest part was through the "cave" up and down step!. Halfway round the course they found a spare pompom (pulled from a clown's outfit I think) and used that as a cricket ball, which went well until Rob caught JF round the back of the head with the bat. Luckily no damage done!

(The wives also did it but those photos are not for publication!)    more ...
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Matt Cartoon

Posted by: webmaster on Monday September 06, 2010 (17:23:55)
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Et alors! How French cricketers aim to beat us at our game own

Posted by: webmaster on Wednesday June 09, 2010 (16:00:27)
From The Times - June 5 2010

For centuries it was dismissed by the French as an incomprehensible activity practised by British eccentrics and the inhabitants of other nations that had had the misfortune — or the poor judgment — to fall under British influence.

Now France has decided to take us on at our own game, aiming for nothing less than humiliation for les Anglais at Lord’s — albeit within a few decades.

The rise of cricket has been marked by its introduction to primary schools where pupils are getting to grips with le coup d’équerre (the square cut), la balle courbée vers l’extérieur (the outswinger) and a triumphant cry of et alors (howzat).

A state cricket diploma is expected to receive official approval this year in a step towards France’s first professional cricket coaches. “We have several buds which we are nurturing,” Tony Banton, the chairman of France Cricket, the national cricket association, said.    more ...
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CCC AGM for 2009 season

Posted by: webmaster on Sunday January 17, 2010 (01:24:33)
The CCC committee
Once again the St Peter's Church Hall was the venue for CCC's delayed AGM for the 2009 season. We are very lucky to have a 'hands on' president in the shape of Jonathan Pease who delivered a warmly received speech.

We are also lucky in having a good selection of juniors who are already threatening the 'senior' team for places. Indeed out 'most improved player' award went to one such junior, Patch.

Our club captain and scorer, in the shape of Rob and Sue did us all proud with their 'prize giving', probably the highlight of the season. We were also blessed with a good turnout of 'wives and others' who were able to enjoy a great selection of food and drinks.

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New French Cricket magazine

Posted by: webmaster on Friday September 18, 2009 (00:25:04)
France Cricket Magazine
At last a magazine about Cricket in France ! Its 56 pages are full of exciting and topical content with first rate pictures. The literary style is excellent but ...it is in French. No matter, you can handle that when its well written, can't you? Good for your French learning curve! Chantilly gets several mentions not the least with regard to the big match between France and England in 2012. You can read it here : France Cricket Magazine

Geoffrey Auckland
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