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2018 Season Delayed!
The 2018 season has been delayed by one week until Saturday 28th April. The decision has been taken by the NCL due to the amount of rain in the past month making many grounds unplayable.
The 1st XI now start at home against Stony Stratford - relegated from the Premier Division last season.
It is not until May 5 that the seconds and Zingari get under way.
They both begin with away days - the seconds to Podington 2nd in Division Six and the Zingers to Stony Stratford 5th in Division 13.
Full details of all fixtures can be found at www.nclgrounds.co.uk.
New Training Net facility for 2018
ICC has continued it's program of investing in the club with a new Training Facility ready for the 2018 Season.
Our fantastic new double bay nets look superb and will be a massive asset to the club. Our huge thanks to SUEZ Communities Trust for their invaluable backing which made this project possible
The new nets will be officially opened at the Youth Registration Night on Friday 20tht April.
The Dinner carried on into the early hours for the usual suspects!
Annual Dinner a Success
Our annual dinner on Friday, March 23 proved to be a huge success with all those attending hopefully having a good time.
Our thanks go to Gavin Warren, the Northamptonshire County Cricket Club chairman, who so generously gave his time up to be our guest speaker and joined in so fully with all the night's proceedings.
It was a particularly busy night for him as he came straight from the County's AGM to be with us!
Also thanks go to Sue Lyon and her helpers for working so hard all night to provide us with a fantastic meal.
There should also be a special mention for Ted Carroll who provided us with the auction prize of four tickets to hear rugby referee Nigel Owens speak at Bedford Rugby Club and helped raise £350. Thanks also to David Waite and David Clifford from Wellingborough GC for their auction prize donation.
The awards for 2017 were also handed out with Adam Davies scooping the Young Player of the Year Award for his efforts in the first-team while Stuart Redman was chosen as the Clubman of the Year by chairman Jim Lyon.
The batting award went to Elliott Forde for his 116 against East Haddon with Shaun Wills collecting the bowling prize for taking 8-13 against Loddington 2nd.
Bryan Hawker was the recipient of the Bruce Curtayne Trophy having been nominated by last year's winner George Chudley.
Thank you to all who supported the night and for helping to raise some valuable money for the club.
Isham C.C. News