SATURDAY 20th JANUARY 2018 @ 7.30pm IN THE PAVILION
The club are holding an informal Presentation Evening at the ground on the above date. Italian food will be served on the night, and performances of note throughout the year will be honoured in our usual manner !!! Entry price is £5
Please contact the Chairman for further information....
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Thank you to everyone that attended the meeting on Wednesday 29th NOVEMBER 2017. The following officers were elected for the 2018 season:
President - Mr Edgar Pepper
Chairman - Mr Andrew Walters
Vice-Chairman - Mr Tony Rockliffe
Secretary - Mr Matthew Croxall
Treasurer - Mr Richard Harrison
1st XI Captain - Mr Alastair Walters (vc. Mr Paul MacMillan)
2nd XI Captain - Mr Andrew Unwin (vc. Sam Kutty*)
Ladies Captain - Miss Sonia Odedra (vc. Miss Bethany Unwin)
Youth Section Co-ordinator - Mr Andrew Unwin
Welfare Officer - Ms Kirsty Mcmillan
*Post meeting update :
Unfortunately, our former 2nd XI Captain Dr Saqib Shah has advised the committee that he will be leaving the Club over the winter. The Committee would like to thank him for all his work over the last couple of seasons, and wish him all the best for the future.
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DIVISION B CHAMPIONS
Congratulations to the 1st XI on gaining promotion to Division A as Champions of the SNCL Div B. Glory was obtained in the final match of the season away at Eastwood, who were unfortunately already relegated.
LEGENDS DAY - A MASSIVE SUCCESS
Clifton Legends Day was held on 27th Sept, and supported by a raft of current and former players and their families.
Players from every decade since the 50's descended on the Clifton Oval, and reminisced "the good old days", as the ground basked in glorious sunshine.
The entertainment was provided by a team of "Legends" from the 90's that came together to roll back the years, versus a team of more recently departed "Legends".
Batting first the 90's boys racked up 134, thanks largely to a bludgeoning 50 from Kristian Murden (despite 3 drinks breaks in 10 overs). Able assistance came from Barry Shepherd's thumb and Alec Cottingham.
In reply, the young lads were always in control despite a brace of wickets by Joe Thorpe, including a very good catch at deep mid-wicket by Andy McCafferty. Craig Fairhall finished the old boys off in style with some massive 6 hitting at the end to entertain the huge crowd.