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The presentation of the sponsored stumps

Stumps sponsored by the Three Pigeons

Landlord of the Three Pigeons, Paul Hughes, presented Club Chairman, Andy Griffiths with a set of sponsored stumps recently. Paul, who also regularly welcomes committee members to the pub for twice-monthly meetings would be pleased to see other club members in the pub too!

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NatWest Cricket Force 2013 – grant awarded!

  Last year was the first time that we’d participated in the NatWest Cricket Force initiative.  It’s a national event aimed at mobilising players, club officials and community volunteers alike to pick up their paint brushes and get out the roller prior to the commencement of each season. Last year’s focus was on doing up […]

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shirts pile close up

Mist-Air sponsored shirts – now available!

It’s been a long wait……but finally, the replacement cricket shirts we’ve been waiting for have now arrived. Club member, Andrew Carter, kindly arranged a sponsorship deal for the club some two years ago.  His family company, Mist-Air Europe, based just outside Oswestry, provides dust and odour suppression systems to industry. The shirts are short-sleeved, trimmed […]

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Cae Glas players and officials past and present.

60th Anniversary celebrated with a thrilling 20/20!

  Players past and present recalled days gone by as Cae Glas cricketrs hosted the Saxons – a select Evening League XI , to mark our 60th anniversary on Thursday 10th July. The thrilling game at Gatacre, which we lost by just 6 runs, was watched by a number of veterans who played in the […]

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Robyn serving tea

President’s Day – 30th June

It wasn’t the warmest of days, but our annual President’s Day gave the warmest of welcomes to spectators and players alike. Batting first, the Club side made an excellent start with two half centuries (51 and 53 respectively) being posted by openers Simon Wood and Aidan Martyn.  Both retired not out, making way for Nathan […]

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Cae Glas Captain Keith Yapp

Captain Keith is a record breaker

Cae Glas 1st XI captain Keith Yapp has earned himself a place in the record books after becoming the first player in the county to play at every cricket ground in the Shropshire league – an incredible total of 137 pitches, of which 114 are in Shropshire. He earned the record at Wheaton Aston on […]

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