Well Xmas has come and gone, and thoughts begin to turn towards another cricket season. But before that we have the small matter of the Cae Glas AGM to contend with. This years AGM will take place once again at the Gatacre Pavilion on Sunday 27th January 2019 commencing at 7.00pm sharp. please make every […]
Thanks to everyone who was able to make it to meet Steve and Brenda on Saturday. I’ve had a text from Steve today asking me to let all Cae Glas members know that Ben’s funeral has been arranged for Friday 8th February at 3.30pm at Shrewsbury Crematorium, and after at Weston Pools. All Cae Glas […]
It is with the greatest regret and huge sadness that I have to tell you all of the death of our popular former player, Ben Oakley, who was killed yesterday morning in a motorway accident. I am sure you will all join me in my sentiments of heartfelt sympathy to his family, especially his parents […]
It is with great sadness that we have to report that Mark Jones (‘Sarge’ to many), passed away in Wrexham hospital on 26th November. Those who came to the curry night will have heard the news that he was poorly in hospital, but no-one expected this news. Marky was a regular Cae Glas tourist from […]
Here are the fixtures for the indoor league Monday 1st October 2018 8.00 (Shelton) v Cae Glas Tuesday 16th October 2018 8.00 (Cae Glas) v Church Stretton Tuesday 30th October 2018 8.00 (Cound B) v Cae Glas Monday 12th November 2018 9.00 (Cae Glas) v Condover Tuesday 27th November 2018 […]
Pictured the square following this weekends end of season renovation and much needed clear out of the pavilion. Thanks to club members Gaz, Shaun, Nige Evans, Moulty, Toothy, Aidan, Pete Bowyer, Andy Carter, Ben and Daniel Hipkiss and Griffer who all gave up their Saturday morning for the cause!!!!
I’m very sorry to have to report the sad news that Oswestry C.C. Chairman and former Cae Glas skipper Mike Robinson died on Friday, shortly after his wife Lesley. Both had been unwell for some time, but the news has come as a great shock to everyone that knew them. Mike was the captain of […]
Seen clinging to the pavilion wall – probably just after emerging from its chrysalis. Have googled it – seems to be a Poplar Hawkmoth. Must like cedar as well as poplar….
Wednesday 20 July should have been a good day. The pavilion was set to play host to the Oswestry in Bloom Committee and the Britain in Bloom judging panel. Tubs of flowers had been placed outside the front of the building; the sun was shining and it was shaping up to be a glorious day. […]