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List Of People From Derry - Other
... News Londonderry Sentinel Sunday Journal Sport Beechgrove Cricket Club Brandywell Stadium Brigade Cricket Club City of Derry Rugby Football Club Celtic Park (Derry) Derry City Football Club Derry and ...
Minimay, Victoria - Sporting - Cricket
... The Minimay Cricket Club is one of the oldest bodies in the district ... Records are poor but, an old minute book suggests that the club was formed before 1896 ... The Minimay Cricket Club also won premierships during the 1900s ...
Littlehampton, Clapham And Patching Cricket Club - General
... The Littlehampton, Clapham Patching Cricket Club is a member of the Sussex Cricket League, which administers the Sussex Premier League ... The 3rd XI is a member of the West Sussex Cricket League and the 4th XI plays ad hoc games when sufficient players are available ... There are two Sunday XI’s that play friendly cricket ...
Seren Waters
... School, England and captained the first XI cricket side for two years, playing alongside Stuart Meaker ... In October 2008 he was called into the Kenyan Cricket team, and made an immediate impression, scoring 75 against Ireland in the Intercontinental Cup at the Gymkhana in Nairobi, and ... for Surrey and Kenya, Waters also plays for the Old Cranleighan Cricket Club and for Weybridge Cricket Club ...
List Of Durham County Cricket Club Seasons
... This is a list of seasons played by Durham County Cricket Club in English cricket, from the club's first appearance in a major competition to the most recent completed season ... It details the club's achievements in major competitions, and the top run-scorers and wicket-takers for each season ...

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