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Not long to go now before the End of Season Players' Party/Aussie Night!

The annual event will be held in the pavilion on Saturday, September 6, following the final Tucker League home game of the season against Waresley.

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The 1st Xl were totally outclassed at The Avenue on Saturday by a Wisbech side who haven't given up hope of retaining their Tucker League crown.

The body language from the two sides suggested it was an end of season fixture for one and a must win for the other, as the local derby ended in an eight wicket triumph for the champions.

Electing to bat first, the March top order was blown away by Sam Ripington - one of five Cambs Minor Counties players on show for Wisbech. Brothers Gary and Simon Feear then cut through the remainder with slow bowling at either end - March finishing with an inadequate 103 all out.

Opening batsman Tommy Howgego showed great spirit and concentration for his top score of 42, with James Harradine taking the fight to the visitors for his 25.

In reply, Wisbech juggled their batting order - losing just the two wickets as the 104 required came off 29.1 overs.

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The Sunday 1st Xl have been relegated from Rutland League Division 1, following their crushing 175-run defeat at the hands of bottom club Barnack.

The side has struggled all season with a lack of recognised first team players and with Cambs professional Asim Butt hitting 129 not out in Barnack's mighty 285-3. In reply, March made 110 all out.


A scratch 2nd Xl pulled off the surprise of the day when they beat second in the table Fulbourn by 77 runs in CCA Senior League Division 1...to finish the season in fourth!

Steve Hinson cracked an immaculate 72 and with Anthony Henson weighing in with 26 not out, the visitors some how mustered a healthy 162-9.

Great fielding and 3-24 from Richard Green put them on the road to victory, before Rob Tombs rolled back the years with his left-arm spin to take a match-winning 4-20, as the home side were dismissed for just 85.

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Sixteen-year-old Adam Conyard smashed an incredible 164 as March 3rd Xl brought the curtain down on their CCA Junior League Division 3N season with a 98-run victory over Cambridge NCl 4th Xl.

The No3 bat hit 27 boundaries in his knock at Doddington as March closed on 259-9, Andy Bryan making a return with a stylish 41.

Teenagers Dan Waltham (4-10) and Will Curtis (3-22) reduced the visitors to 161-9.

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Another centurion was veteran opening batsman Dennis Furnell, who carried his bat for 102 in the 4th Xl's eight wicket defeat to newly promoted Needingworth 2nd Xl.

The 62-year-old was the mainstay of the 10-man March innings - the side making 147-6.

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Tommy Howgego hit 42 in the eight wicket defeat to Wisbech.

Once again March Town Cricket Club is extremely grateful to Maxey Grounds & Co for its continued sponsorship.


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This season's 3rd Xl home games, unless stated, will be played at Doddington Cricket Club's  Benwick Road Recreation Ground,
Benwick Road, Doddington, Cambs
PE15 0TY.


The 4th Xl will continue to play their home matches at the Neale Wade Community College, which is situated in Wimblington Road, opposite the Robin Hood garage and car wash.

Cricket Club Officials:

President: Alan Day
Life members: Norman Alterton,
Alan Day, George Granger, Charles Kisby, Nick Lowe, Les Mills, Mike Nelson,
Mel Pooley, Pat Ringham, Robert Sears,
Malcolm Southwell, Michael Wallis,
Stephen Wallis, John West, Alan Wilson.
Chairman: Les Mills
Vice-chairman: Graham Smart
Secretary: Stephen Wallis
Treasurer: Alan Day
Fixture secretary: Pat Ringham
Committee members: Catherine Henshaw, Terry Hunt, Nick Lowe,
Gary Nicholls, Graham Smart,
Matthew Vail, Michael Wallis, John West.


March & District Squash Rackets Club

Chairman: Julie Taylor

Secretary: Tony Tarrant


Treasurer: Andrea Alexander



Team Officials:

Club captain   Chris Ringham
1st Xl captain (Sun) Ben Pyle
1st XI vice
captain (Sun)
David Hodson
2nd XI  captain (Sat) John Wallis
2nd XI  captain (Sun) Jacob Gray
2nd XI  vice captain (Sun) Stephen Wallis
3rd XI captain: David Haslegrave
3rd Xl vice
Greg Short
4th Xl captain Glen Hulley
4th Xl vice captain Dennis Furnell




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Friday, April 25: Charity quiz for the 3 Day Sports Festival

Friday, May 9: Cheese and wine evening

Friday, May 30: Race night

Friday, July 4: Twenty/20 match and barbeque

Tues-Thurs July 29-31: Three day sports festival

Saturday, September 6: End of season party/Aussie Night

Friday, September 26: Presentation evening

Saturday, October 25: Race night

Sunday, November 16: Sunday lunch

Sunday, December 21: Christmas dinner

Wednesday, December 24: Christmas draw

Wednesday, December 31: New Year's Eve Party


Our pool team plays every Tuesday, the two dominos teams play on Wednesdays and the three darts teams play on Fridays. Supporters always welcome.


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