2014 Awards Night Roll Of Honour

With the awards sea­son cur­rently in full flight it was our dear club’s turn to take up the man­tle and dish out the prizes, tro­phies, medals and so on, to mark what has been a bril­liant sea­son. Sadly the Face­time & Skype sys­tems were down and we were unable to beam in live pic­tures from Bollywood

2014 season review and award voting

Dear Seveno CC and friends, it has been a truly mem­o­rable sea­son and it is that time of year for the votes to be col­lected and the win­ning tro­phies allot­ted. The team fin­ished with a record as fol­lows in the 17 proper matches we played Played 17 Won 9 Drew 1 Lost 5 Aban­doned 2 A

The never-ending season comes to an end

Seveno’s never-ending sea­son finally came to an end after a poten­tial last-minute fix­ture at the end of Sep­tem­ber against old foes SLICC fell through. Stay tuned for news of what’s going on over the close sea­son — we’ll have a win­ter party, the AGM, and nets in the new year.

Time Calls A Halt To A Wonderful Seveno Season — Seveno vs Old Ruts Vths (September 13, 2014)

Here we are trapped in the amber of the moment. There is no why.” Kurt Von­negut, Amer­i­can Writer 1922–2007 Well Mr V, you are wrong. Here we were trapped in a moment that was flam­ing red for stop, not amber - and there were plenty of whys! Chiefly: why did I agree to a Timed Game? How­ever When In Rome

Seveno 2014 end-of-season bash pictures

It was a fan­tas­tic day on Sat­ur­day and I still have that warm glow inside. The Rum Punch has worn off, so it must be the love for Seveno that I’m feel­ing! It was more Indian High Jinx than High Com­mis­sion, but I’m sure a high old time was had by all in what was mainly

Theatre Review: Seveno vs Southwark and Lambeth Imperial

A new per­for­mance at the Joseph Hood Audi­to­rium, Raynes Park: Sat­ur­day, 23 August, 2014 ★★★☆☆ “The Eng­lish are not a very spir­i­tual peo­ple, so they invented cricket to give them some idea of eter­nity.” George Bernard Shaw While the rest of the country’s come­di­ans are north of the bor­der in Edin­burgh, a few hardy souls are

Seveno vs Teddington Town, August 30

Seveno CC 247 beat Ted­ding­ton Town 3rds (185 all out) by 62 runs The day started with a mutiny. ‘I’m cap­tain now,’ said Wil­son, tongue lodged firmly in cheek, as the on-time half of the team awaited the late arriv­ing Seveno skip­per, hoisted by his own petard and the 4x4 dri­ving masses of sub­ur­ban Ted­ding­ton. The bal­lot of

Seveno vs The Dropped Kratches: August 16

The day was slightly windy but pleas­ant. Adorned in Pur­ple Bag­gies hot from the hat-making fac­tory and a con­fi­dence that can only be gained from win­ning 8 of your last 9 games, Seveno took to the field against the charm­ing and affa­ble Dropped Kratches; or at least, charm­ing and affa­ble until you ask what Dropped

The Seveno Steamroller keeps rolling on

The Seveno Steam­roller keeps rolling on, and we won our sixth game from our last seven matches yes­ter­day beat­ing Lon­don Itin­er­ants by 4 wick­ets after chas­ing down 183 with 8 overs to spare. Star of the show was undoubt­edly Savio with an all round dis­play of 7–23 and a quick blast 67 retired not out. It was

Tour report: Fine-spirited Seveno no-bully boys despite West Country yomp!

The Seveno of the past were a band of broth­ers that held “Play­ing the game in the right spirit” as the be all and end all, and if you could snatch a win, then that would be a much appre­ci­ated bonus. How­ever the Seveno of 2014 is a much more expect­ing bunch — but the be