Seveno weather the storm – Seveno vs West London Warriors, Joseph Hood, August 17, 2013

Click here to view the scorecard (opens in a new window) Seveno ended their four-match losing streak with a thumping victory over new opponents the West London Warriors at fortress Joseph Hood. The midweek omens didn’t look good. The Seveno squad was decimated by family engagements and holidays. Old rivals Kingston Methodists then cried off

Baggy Pinks exact slow revenge – Seveno vs Southwark & Lambeth Imperial CC – Joseph Hood, August 10, 2013

Click here to view the scorecard (opens in a new window) Our away fixture against Southwark & Lambeth – or the Baggy Pinks as I will, perhaps unflatteringly, call them – is always an upper crust affair. With their Etonian accents and shocking pink caps and blazers, one might expect a Lord’s-esque fell to the

“Kind of a fat dragon” – Seveno vs Battersea Badgers – Joseph Hood – August 3, 2013

Click here to view the scorecard (opens in a new window) As England and Australia battled for a rain-affected draw at Old Trafford, the sun was shining on Merton as a skipper-less Seveno assembled to face Battersea Badgers. Clive, having agreed to step into the big shoes, was busy on his mobile, tracking down the

Seveno Brigade In Tour Of Beauty – tour to Somerset, July 27-29, 2013

“They Will Be Talking About This Season in Fifty Years Time” – Clive Kirk, 2013 Well, if that is true, then you have to take in a “Club Tour” to throw into the mix, and in this stellar season to date, that is exactly what one battalion of The 70th Right Royal Purple Anchors did.

Big Al slays the Seveno beast – Seveno vs Castle Cary, July 28, 2013

Click here to view the scorecard against Castle Cary (opens in a new window) Click here to view the scorecard against The Ram (opens in a new window) Seveno mounted a stirring siege but, for the second tour running, couldn’t break down the gates of Castle Cary’s Knight in Size 13s Big Al Henley, whose


Having asked himself for a day off, skipper Rann led his merry bunch of men out to the sticks to kindly accept Nutfield’s invitation to join in the annual slog-fest that is The Nutfield 6s. As is the Seveno Way, a United National Task Force made its way to the gladiatorial arena in deepest darkest

What did happen to Motty?

Sadly, another missed game today – our second of the season. Not quite down to the rain-reductions of the 2012 season, but a shame not to be playing while England were making hay at Lord’s. Skipper Rann’s valiant attempts to find replacement opposition were in vain and we admitted defeat on the morning of the

The Minority Report – Seveno vs Occasional Casuals – Joseph Hood, July 6, 2013

by Guest Reporter Bertie Bassett, with thanks to @Harxy for the title Click here to view the scorecard (opens in a new window) There is a soundbite going around that we are a “Magnolia Nation” – not sure what that means, but I reckon it’s a one-dimensional, one-colour-suits-all type of thing and that is surely

Back to winning ways – Seveno vs Epsom Taxes – Wandgas Ground, July 3, 2013

Click here to view the scorecard (opens in a new window) Seveno got back to winning ways with a fine win in very competitive 20/20 last night with Sital’s Epsom Taxes. Epsom batted first after winning the toss and posted a very demanding 148 off their 20 overs with good knocks from JP, Ashwin &

No word from Davy Jones’s Locker

Sadly the much-vaunted Seveno vs Seveno Old Boys’ game on June 22 didn’t take place – or, as the skipper put it: “The Old Boys Have failed to materialize……but to be fair in typical Seveno Fashion it has been a bit of an organizational disaster!!” And despite the enticements on offer to turn out for