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Match Reports 2009

Match Reports 2009

Posted by: webmaster on Tuesday June 02, 2009 (19:50:54)
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CCC vs British Embassy - 26th September 2009

Posted by: webmaster on Wednesday January 20, 2010 (16:35:26)
The Teams
Following the truncated curtain-raiser between the two sides back at the beginning of July, it was a real pleasure to be able to produce the full star-studded show at last. The smell of the greasepaint wafted across the Apremont pitch on a warm breeze as the leading actors prepared to entertain the hordes who had gathered to enjoy this sporting spectacle in fantastic late summer sunshine.

Back by popular demand, the Embassy cast was a couple short so the Chantilly understudies Nick Jones and Craig Whittington were granted Equity cards immediately and were cast as baddies appearing for the visitors. Topping the bill for CCC were method actors Oakley and Shepherd who put in an energetic opening sequence to take the score on to 84 off 15, before Shepherd missed his cue, caught for 36. Rob, a bit like poor Ernie Wise, struggled to survive without his bespectacled partner, and soon followed, bowled for 31. Enter two nominees for Best Actor in a Batting role. Nick Clarke, that ageless matinee idol, and our very own Oscar winning Matt Gillett played their parts with grace and timing – each cruising past forty before making way to teenage heartthrob Patrick who confirmed his talent by striking a couple of dozen. Character actor Powell, was faultless in his role in this blockbuster innings, making a rapid and unbeaten contribution of 9 as CCC reached the intermission with a fine total of 212 for 6.

No popcorn, but once again a spectacular tea was enjoyed by the cast of thousands – unfortunately I am unable to name those behind the scenes for copyright reasons (the truth is that I have taken so long to write this up, I have forgotten who was providing that day – please forgive me !)    more ...
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CCC vs Wallington Tudor - 19th September 2009

Posted by: webmaster on Sunday January 17, 2010 (00:34:15)
CCC and the 'pitch'
A warm, balmy September greeted us as Chantilly played hosts to tourists from South London. Unfortunately, Wallington had had their first scheduled game cancelled so were desperate for a match if only to prove that they had been on a tour to play cricket. Chantilly, eager to provide a game, were compelled to move off the Apremont ‘oval’ because of St. Brice’s League commitments and so another pitch was found, nestling amongst the woods on the edge of Creil. Picturesque at a distance, closer inspection revealed how many other extra-curricular activities now used this site. Indeed, cricket “came home” to this little piece of Oise turf. So the advance party of C.C.C. made the playing area resemble a cricket arena and while bottles and glass were removed and the good artificial wicket swept, Denzil Homer produced his boundary flags like a presenter on ‘Blue Peter’. The game could now start.

Wallington Tudor batted first and were pegged back immediately by a sustained period of brilliance in the form of Adrian Powell. Three wickets in three overs had Powell’s hand in it somewhere! A difficult, swirling catch, and two wickets from a tricky spell of bowling, full of guile and subtleties of spin, left the tourists reeling on 22 for 3. As Powell’s master class came to a close so the tourists made a solid recovery. In fact the bulk of Wallington’s innings was carried by an impressive partnership between Malick and Prasad, with the latter retiring on his half-century. A swashbuckling 42 followed this up from Mali. The tourists amassed 207 for 5 from their 35 overs. A challenging score but all eyes were set, not on the run chase, but the sumptuous tea provided by Matt and Kari Gillette. It seems that all attempts at concentration and focus are increasingly undermined by the culinary delights produced on match days! The more so when this ‘tea’ had to be guarded from a curious crowd of youths who had gathered for some motor cycling trials.    more ...
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CCC vs Hermits at Apremont - 6th September 2009

Posted by: webmaster on Thursday September 24, 2009 (20:26:37)
CCC vs Hemingford Hermits
Chantilly's second match following the summer break (does any other cricket club in the world have a break over summer?) was against the Hemingford Hermits - brought over at the behest of Chris Curtis. The Hermits are a nomadic bunch, centered on the Hemingford Arms in London. Captained by Terry Blake of ECB fame the Hermits presented an eclectic mix of young and old; the baton is truly being passed down the generations well. In front of the biggest crowd of the season, well into double figures at times, the Hermits got the match under way with the bat, with the sun smiling in true indian-summer stylie.    more ...
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CCC vs NOMADS at Apremont - 29th August 2009

Posted by: webmaster on Friday September 04, 2009 (16:16:15)
The Teams
The first real effects of the global credit crunch were felt as the Nomads returned for the 3rd successive year to take on a CCC eleven refreshed after a long mid-season break. The slump of the pound against the euro meant that fewer Nomads could afford to cross the channel for the annual August Bank Holiday tour to France. A handful of hardy players had made the journey from England and they were joined by some familiar faces from Thoiry and the British school – and what a game they made of it !

As we know all too well in the current economic climate, past performance is no guarantee of future returns and we so very nearly pulled off a spectacular reverse of the defeats handed out by the Nomads in 2007 and 2008. Rob made the usual trade out in the middle with the evergreen Blumberg and exercised a put option with Nomads opening the batting. An enterprising strategy which saw Patrick and Craig bowl with pace and control which limited Nomads payback to 3 an over until the fifth, when Patrick took out young Hardy’s off-stump with the total on 12 – kismet !

The experienced Smith mounted an immediate response with a series of quick boundaries on the hard-baked Apremont outfield - a high-risk, high-return innings which ended when Nick Sansbury took a magnificent swirling catch which started at midwicket and ended-up just behind square off the bowling of Nick Clarke. A couple of overs later and Moodley holed out to Patrick at fine leg off Shepherd and we were beginning to feel that the bubble had burst. Nomads issued a profit warning with the score on 54 for 3 after 12. Investments are not the only things which can drop in these troubled times – as our fielding bore witness. A couple of missed opportunities – you know who you are - allowed the Nomads to restore some earnings.    more ...
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CCC vs British Embassy at Apremont - 5th July 2009

Posted by: webmaster on Sunday July 12, 2009 (20:26:21)
What did you do in the war daddy?
Murphy’s Law – What can go wrong, will go wrong ! One of the visitors from the Thoiry team who came to Apremont in May requested this fixture on behalf of the newly re-formed British Embassy Cricket Team. The usual diplomatic channels were opened between CCC and Saint Brice to secure the ground and the invitation was duly delivered in the diplomatic bag – This is actually untrue, there would have been no point sending anything to the Embassy, since it appears that the closest connection to a fully-fledged member of Her Majesty’s service was via a friend of a girl who spoke to a bloke who had met a stranger who had once heard tell of the British Embassy in Paris. In fact, the time I have recently spent there changing my old ridiculous Freddie Mercury photo in my passport would qualify me to play for them.

It soon turned out that our collective amateur diplomatic skills would be required. In the absence of Nick Jones, senior tent engineer, Tris was trying his best to assemble our new clubhouse but our efforts were soon interrupted because some of the Embassy team had arrived punctually. As we prepared to line up for the National Anthem, we were joined at the ground by the Francilien – a championship side who was expecting to take on CCSB95 in a league match that very afternoon. Apremont had turned into a cricketing no-man’s land resembling Berlin in 1945. General Mayhem (aka Nick Shepherd) took charge of the CCC Zone, Stuart Collins represented the Embassy, Captain Ketan was C-in-C of the Saint Brice Zone and the rowdy and rather rude Francilien set up base camp on the outfield.

Much discussion and negotiation later, it was agreed that the Championship match should take precedence over our friendly. The British allies were sadly lacking the copy of the signed treaty (an e-mail confirming our use of the pitch) and our core values of decency and fairplay allowed us to broker the sort of compromise for which Great Britain has been so famous in recent times, and which render the use of the word Great rather risky under the Trade Descriptions Act. We buckled to the combined forces of the Indian sub-continent and set about a new form of the game, even more manic and exciting than 20/20. This was just 20. Or rather 10+10=20 – oh and by the way, against the clock, since we had to make way to the “competitive” match by 3pm.    more ...
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CCC vs Lille at Apremont - 28th June 2009

Posted by: webmaster on Sunday July 12, 2009 (18:28:22)
Our most exotic visitors so far this season travelled down from Lille on a sunny Sunday afternoon. This was supposed to have been a return fixture, but a clash in the diary had made it impossible for us to play away back in May. There were some familiar and rather formidable faces, notably Szumowski and Richardson, who had been joined by some fresh blood since our encounter at the end of August 2008 all under the watchful eye of leader Tony Banton.

Sensing that the 30+° temperatures and humidity to match would somewhat drain our resources in the field, Lille elected to bat – and bat they did. Tris and Craig pinned them down in the first couple of overs conceding only one run a-piece. Then events took a turn for the worse which was to last around 34 overs ! In a mini Ashes warm-up match, the antipodean opening pair, Szumowski and Meredith, showed that all-to-familiar Aussie domination cruising past 50 in the 9th over. Clearly acclimatised, they had failed to notice that they were even punishing our very own pommie-basher Craig.

A couple of more economical overs a third of the way through the Lille innings, and the capture of Szumowski caught in the covers by Patrick for 27, gave some hope. But Meredith was unstoppable. This was proper batting – block the good ball, leave the better ball, and smash the bad one out of the ground. For the second time this season a left hand bat was proving to be our downfall.    more ...
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CCC vs CCSB95 at Apremont - 21st May 2009

Posted by: webmaster on Sunday July 12, 2009 (18:24:32)
A study in concentration
Having wisely postponed the match from the previous Sunday when the weather was more in keeping with a wet and windy day in November, we re-convened on a warm and sunny Ascension bank holiday afternoon. The warmth was also evident from a human point of view since the game against Saint Brice had been organised to commemorate the tragic loss in a road accident in India last year of Nilesh, one of the members of CCSB95 whose efforts helped to establish our ground at Apremont.

In time-honoured fashion and in order to ensure that the match would last until the fabulous tea of curry and Indian delights provided by Saint Brice later in the day, Rob put CCSB95 in to bat. We welcomed Matt Gillett back from his shoulder injury incurred last season and he was put immediately back to work with Nick Clarke opening the attack. The batsmen were kept pretty much at bay during the first 4 overs which saw the fall of the first wicket – Chicknesh clean bowled by Nick the Vic. Rajani and Dipesh put on a good stand of 20 for the second wicket before Nick S caught Rajani at full stretch off Gillett. Homer kept the pressure on with a smart catch behind the wicket as Dipesh fell for one.

Ali had other ideas as he and Ketan combined to stop the rot and rack up some runs together. At the half way stage they had pushed the run rate up to nearly six an over in their partnership of 37 – broken as Patrick Clarke forced Ketan to pull one to Gillett in the deep with the total on 77 for 4. Ali followed somewhat controversially trapped “lbw” to Shepherd having achieved the high knock of the day of 30.Rakesh and the wily Jiten nudged and nurdled the ball around the ground keeping the scoring rate up above six an over. Shepherd finished his spell and Rakesh’s innings taking his off stump ending up with fine figures of 3 for 22. Tris and Charlie Hedley were introduced and their freshness helped to keep the pressure on the tail enders and each managed to secure a wicket as Saint Brice closed on 127 for 9 at the end of their 20 overs.    more ...
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Thoiry vs CCC at Thoiry - 21st June 2009

Posted by: webmaster on Tuesday July 07, 2009 (17:09:47)
The pitch at Thoiry
Who scheduled a cricket match for Father's Day? What a great idea! To be honest, after the usual burnt toast and cold coffee in bed followed by the obligatory key ring and picture gift who wouldn't love to spend a couple of hours with their mates in a glorious setting playing a game they love?

And so it was for Father's Day this year, CCC's first and only away match of the season; the return fixture against Thoiry (the first having been won at home - see the match report in this section). The summer was hanging around for a few more days, unusual in itself, and with a full eleven and four cars to transport we were set to play. Doris (the navigator) did a great job (for Nick S & Co) on getting us to the venue (almost) on time, via some of the smallest 'main' roads in France whilst the other cars only turned up 20 minutes adrift of schedule. Matt was the notable exception as he had, german-style, got there early en famille to bag the best parking place.

And what a setting it was! Entering via the Safari Park entrance the pitch is a hidden gem just off to the right of the car park, surrounded by Cyprus and Oak trees. You can't quite see the animals in the Safari park but you can certainly hear the lions - either that or Nick J's stomache was noisier than normal. With puffy white clouds in an azur blue sky it was as close to paradise as you could probably get, certainly east of Paris at any rate.    more ...
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CCC vs THOIRY at APREMONT - Sunday 3rd May 2009

Posted by: webmaster on Friday May 08, 2009 (19:40:04)
Scoring in the cold
Having had a pre-season loosener and a couple of nets, the 2009 season got underway on a somewhat autumnal day as we welcomed Thoiry to a monochrome cricketing canvass. The only brightness came in the form of several dazzling new pieces of kit, ranging from Denzil’s pads, gloves and bat to the Clarke’s new shoes – and not forgetting that Jean-François had swapped the Standard denims for some shiny whites. White is clearly this year’s black as they say in fashion circles.

Skipper Rob changed a habit of a lifetime by deciding to bat first. The high-risk strategy appeared to be paying off as he and Nick S prodded and probed to put on 24 in their opening partnership, broken as Shepherd fell to a well-taken catch at first slip in the 7TH over. Homer sparkled in his new kit and built a solid 50 plus partnership before being caught for 31. Our flying Dutchman, Kerkhoven, had his wings clipped after a quick single was boycotted and an inevitable run-out ensued. Nick C, was a victim of the variable bounce as he was trapped lbw to a shooter from Krishna which made way for a high-octane innings from son Patrick.    more ...
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