A clear leader with
4 numbers is M. Olbison,
wanting 6, 16 & 23.
There are 5 with 3 numbers.
As per usual, Tommy is one of these!
Tommy, the last Lottery joint winner,
has come up trumps again, but this time
scoops the pot of £120.00 on his own.
Cannabis lamps help Warwickshire County Cricket Club's pitch
West Midlands Police gave the lamps free of charge to the club to use at their ground in Edgbaston, Birmingham.
The grow lights will be used to heat up the soil and replicate warmer conditions.
Warwickshire's ground is a venue for international matches, as well as county cricket.
Charlie Dagnall, a Test Match Special commentator and former Warwickshire bowler, said he backed the idea.
"If this is like sticking a greenhouse over the pitch and makes it more lively it can only be a good thing," he said
Admin Footnote: Anyone knowing of a redundant cannabis farm in the area, please notify the groundsman!!!!
This is an open letter to ask for help from our Chairman Dennis Nicholson, East Leeds Committee and everyone else connected to the club.
As you may or may not be aware we are in the process of trying to gain funding for a new clubhouse and need everyone's help.
We are asking players past and present, members, family members, occasional visitors and other players for and against including overseas to write an email/letter to us with regards to your experiences, stories and what East Leeds means to you.
The email can be as little as a few lines or as long as a few pages. This will help with regards to securing funding for a new club.
We would like to hear about your Cricketing life/Experiences, When you have had a family birthday or hired the club for an event, Attended an event/charity night that the club has held for its members, How safe the club is for your family to use, Friends and family that have used the club, Opposition players and what they think of our club and anything else that you may think would be worth mentioning.....
All we ask is that you include the following at the top of your email:
Age / Age Group:
Optional to Include:
Age of Children (If applicable):
Or post it to:
East Leeds Cricket Club
The Central Yorkshire League will revert to separate first XI and second XI competitions next season, with 12 clubs at Premiership level, eight in the newly-named Championship and the remaining eight in Division One. Places have been allocated on the basis of last season’s finishing positions.
Since 2002, there has been a mix of first and second XIs in all divisions outside the top flight and it is only two years since clubs voted to stick to that format.
This time, however, in response to an official proposal for change submitted by Altofts CC, the League’s management committee was required by constitution rules to discuss and decide on the issue.
As in recent seasons, Premiership clubs will meet home and away for a total of 22 fixtures, but teams in the other sections will play each other three times for a total of 21 matches.
Promotion and relegation will be two-up, two-down, with the bottom two clubs in Division One required to seek re-election.
First XI competition
Premiership Townville, Methley, Wakefield Thornes, Carlton, Wrenthorpe, Birstall, Hunslet Nelson, Mirfield Parish Cavaliers, Ossett, Altofts, Hopton Mills, Scholes.
Championship Batley, Northowram Fields, Wakefield St Michael’s, Oulton, Liversedge, East Ardsley, East Leeds, Buttershaw St Paul’s.
Division One Azaad, Mirfield, Thornhill, Caribbean, WestwoodPark, Rodley, Gildersome, Adwalton.
Second XI competition
Premiership Wakefield Thornes, Methley, Mirfield Parish Cavaliers, Ossett, Carlton, Birstall, Altofts, Wrenthorpe, Batley, Buttershaw St Paul’s, East Ardsley, Townville.
Championship Wakefield St Michael’s, Northowram Fields, Scholes, Oulton,Westwood Park, Liversedge, Hunslet Nelson, Caribbean.
Division One Azaad, Thornhill, Rodley, East Leeds, Hopton Mills, Mirfield, Gildersome, Adwalton.