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Posted by: webmaster on Thursday July 29, 2010 (14:53:39)
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CCC vs British Embassy - 28th August 2010

Posted by: Anonymous on Wednesday October 13, 2010 (14:39:08)
CCC vs British Embassy
Saturday 28th August was the opportunity for Chantilly to make amends for the previous game against the Embassy back in May when they were soundly thrashed.

With the normal captain and vice-captain out, it fell to Denzil Homer to take over the helm for the first time. After losing the toss (not an impressive start...), the rest of the team waited with apprehension to find out where they would be placed. His first decision: "I'll take those gloves, thank you very much - and no fielding behind me, it's not polite". It took a while before Nick Jones would talk to him.

The Embassy innings opened with Prant and Greaves. No early breakthroughs came from either of the 2 opening bowlers: Eddy Hoyle, in his first game or Charlie Hedley in his umpteenth. In fact, it took until Patrick Clarke's 2nd over before Greaves was finally caught with the Embassy score already on 81. Unfortunately for Chantilly these runs were being scored a goodly pace and a big score was looming.

Prant continued playing the bowling with ease, hitting 3 sixes on his way to a century. A few overs later he retired to give his teammates a thwack.

Most of Chantilly's bowlers will rue this game's effect on their averages. Only Hoyle and Clarke kept things in check with 1 for 28 off 7 and 2 for 36 respectively.

The Embassy finished on 240 for 6 off their 35 overs.    more ...
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CCC vs Maclehose - 10th July 2010

Posted by: webmaster on Thursday August 26, 2010 (21:47:22)
The 'Clubhouse'
In response to a request from Julia Howes we were delighted to stage a match against the Maclehose eleven. Having been deceived into thinking that this was a senior team with an average age of 70, CCC was forced to re-assess the opposition, since not only were there strong, strapping youths in their line-up, the Maclehose team had brought hordes of supporters.

We arrived at the ground to find that the clan had set up a very impressive grandstand with full VIP catering for what seemed to be hundreds of spectators drawn from all parts of the UK and the Oise. Our immediate hope is that the picnic and wine would dull the Scottish attack as we went into bat having won the toss.

Maclehose L opened the bowling and kept Pretsell and Nick Clarke at bay with some good medium pacers. Berguis beguiled them from the other end until Clarke set about him with a couple of well-struck boundaries before popping up a caught and bowled to Maclehose L – First blood to the visitors with the score on 23.    more ...
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Thoiry vs CCC - 27th June 2010

Posted by: webmaster on Saturday July 10, 2010 (15:14:13)
The CCC Black Eye Club
The 27th June saw CCC trek down to Thoiry with a some noticeable absences from the usual side. We turned up nevertheless with 11 players and an umpire in good spirits, against the only side we have beaten this year.

Thoiry won the toss and decided to bat - Chantilly to field in the airless cauldron of the Thoiry ground for 40 overs. Jones took the wicky pads as Homer was needed for bowling duties.

Thoiry started strongly with openers Greaves and Hardy; CCC having to wait for the score to reach 105 before Greaves fell for 81 to a Jean-François Ripoche catch. Things didn't really improve with the arrival of Curtis who also went on to get a 50. Opening bowlers made way for the first change, but the Thoiry score continued to amass.    more ...
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CCC vs Royal Bruxelles - 13th June 2010

Posted by: webmaster on Wednesday June 16, 2010 (23:40:58)
The Teams
13th June saw a full strength Royal Bruxelles team arrive at Apremont for the second match of their tour, having played and beaten Thoiry the day before. I say full strength but that can really only refer to their actual presence - the combination of a winning start to their campaign and the physiological horrors of having to watch England's opening world cup match meant that they seemed a little worse for wear - there seemed to be some bug prevalent amongst the players that made them feel a little nauseous with a thumping headache and a dislike of loud noises. This was met with a great deal of sympathy from the Chantilly players who ensured that they didn’t miss any of the calls on the field by shouting them very loudly at every opportunity.

The weather had improved dramatically over the weekend and Nick and Amit were able to open the batting under glorious conditions. For some reason Nick was still heard to complain an awful lot; perhaps it was the sunshine that left him in need of water every couple of overs? Nick ‘Fanny Craddock’ Shepherd (*see below) and Patch opened the bowling with a very tidy spell – Shepherd taking Amit’s wicket in his first over and the pair restricting the openers to less than 5 an over. Much to his disgust Nick was unable to find the boundary having to run a great deal of twos and threes, which for some reason had an adverse affect on his health – the bug really seemed to be keeping him under the weather.    more ...
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CCC vs CC Essonne - 5th June 2010

Posted by: webmaster on Wednesday June 09, 2010 (13:38:31)
CCC vs Essonne
5th June, a scorching hot day, saw CC Essonne step into the shoes of Crossbats, our original opponents who changed their plans at the last minute. Essonne arrived late having got stuck in traffic which was probably just as well because without our usual tent foreman, we were, for a while, roofless. Understandably, given that it was going to be his sandwiches that got curled at the edges, Nick Clarke went back to get the rest.

Given the latish start, it was decided to play 30 overs. Chantilly won the toss and chose to bat, letting Essonne do the running around in the hottest part of the day on the hottest day of the year so far.

Chantilly made a steady start with Sansbury and Pretsell, taking their time and holding on to their wickets against accurate bowling from Arumugam and Essonne captain Gopi. Sansbury went with the score on 27 after 9 overs. The Pretsell-Oakley partnership accelerated the score up to 90 before Pretsell was caught for a sweaty, but excellent, 46.    more ...
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CCC vs British Embassy - 16th May 2010

Posted by: webmaster on Thursday May 27, 2010 (20:08:28)
While other parts of l'Oise were basking in late spring sunshine, it was windy at Apremont and anyone not hitting or running after a little red ball was cold. Luckily, the British Embassy side turned up with 6 players and there was lots of running about.

To boost the Embassy side up to 9 players we saw the welcome return of Matt Gillett. Jack Oakley also switched sides and we saw the arrival for the first time in whites (and blues) at Apremont of David Godfrey.

The Embassy won the toss and decided to bat. Greaves and Hollins opened and from the start scored at 6 or 7 an over. The opening partnership was halted with a ball by Shepherd, caught behind by Jones, the first of his 3 catches [- will Denzil ever get his place back?]. But this only brought in Pearson who went on to obtain his side's highest score of 45.    more ...
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CCC vs Thoiry - 1st May 2010

Posted by: webmaster on Thursday May 27, 2010 (20:04:57)
Before
The May Day Holiday brought our friends from Thoiry to Apremont on a cool afternoon when the rain did well to keep at bay. Before the match had even started a new category to the annual awards ceremony was quickly added: the Most Patient Partner Award – the leading contender being Mrs Vanessa Powell for allowing her husband to participate in the match the day after they had moved house. But much more about the Powells later.

Thoiry arrived with only 8 players; but luckily, with their ever increasing membership (and a few desperate phone calls) Chantilly were able to provide an additional 2 players to assist the opposition. Thanks to Chris Hedley for stepping in for CCC at the last minute and for Jean François Ripoche and Adrian Powell for “volunteering” to switch allegiance.
With the tent finally up, the scorer (Sue Oakley) and umpire (Roy Newman) in place, the game began to the accompaniment of a quick shower just to get the outfield slippery.

Thoiry put Chantilly in to bat and Nick Clarke and a rather rushed Nick Sansbury (start time was 2pm, Nick) took to the field. Four balls later and Clarke was trudging back to the “pavilion” wondering who had decided on playing a 40 over game today. Clarke senior was replaced by Clarke junior. 11 overs later and young Patrick was celebrating his 50 - giving a master class of how to find the meat of the bat. Nick Sansbury supported well but was cleanly caught by Charlie Hedley, temporarily playing for the opposition. Patch finally went for a superb 77 his highest score by 1 run. His wicket was notable by the fact that it was 30 seconds after his mum arrived, but also by the way the ball dribbled on to the stumps, after he had tried to swipe at it several yards further down the wicket.    more ...
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CCC vs CCSB95 - 25th April 2010

Posted by: webmaster on Thursday May 27, 2010 (19:46:35)
The Nilesh Memorial Trophy
The new season opened with the annual commemorative trophy match against Saint Brice. The murky April afternoon belied the enthusiastic spirits and sunny disposition of both sides as they took the field to honour the memory of Nilesh lost in a road accident in India 2 years ago.

Saint Brice batted first and seemed intent on retaining the trophy. Imran and Rakesh took full advantage of a weakened opening bowler line up. CCC player of the year in 2009, Matt Gillett, has taken the rash decision to follow his family and career back home to South Africa this summer and our other overseas star from last season, Craig Whittington, has not rejoined this year.

This meant extra pressure from the off for youngster Patrick Clarke and oldster Nick Shepherd. The batsmen soon had their eye in and raced to 36 before Rakesh edged to Homer in the 4th over. Dipesh came and went, snared by an uninjured Powell and snapped up by the alert Nick Sansbury for three singles. Jiten steadied the innings and was a perfect foil for Imran who struck a quartet of boundaries in his total of 32. Powell sealed his fate with a well flighted ball leading to an lbw. Jiten was next to go – cleaned bowled by Clarke senior as was Magur – Nick Clarke matched son Patrick in every way as they both finished with the respectable figures of 2 for 23.

The Saint Brice middle order was crumbling, but the tail rallied in spite of a tidy spell from Powell (2 for 26) and good efforts from newcomer Pretsell who looks to be a solid all-rounder. Bhupenda and Raju both got into their twenties before Nick Sansbury took his second catch of the innings and Patch skittled out Raju. By this time the score had moved at just over 7 an over to 134 for 8. Pashan finished with a flourish to reach 11 not out and Shepherd had Vinad caught by Powell off the penultimate ball of the 20 over innings. 145 for 9 was the target to beat.    more ...
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