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Monday 21 October 2019

Junior Cricket News - 3rd October - Season ending match reports

The last games of the season saw the Kids overcoming their Parents in an exciting 8-over game, setting an example for the Lads to defeat their Dads in a 14-over contest. The next junior cricket event is the Morangis indoor tournament later in the winter. 

Junior Cricket News - 25th September

Last junior cricket session of the season this Saturday: Kids vs Adults at 10 o'clock then Dads vs Lads at 11. 

Cricket News - 21st September

Junior cricket continues this Saturday. U11s will play from 10-11 and the lads will play a friendly match against the LFP Morangis juniors from 11 on. This is their local derby, so please come along and support them - if you're lucky you might get a cup of tea into the bargain...
The LFP Morangis senior team then takes on the adults in the afternoon. 

Junior Cricket News for 14th September

Junior cricket this weekend: U11s 10-11 am and U16s 11 am-1 pm. The lads will be gearing up to take on the mighty LFP Morangis on 21st September. Their U15 team are now through to the French championship semi-finals and so will be a real handful for our youngsters. The LFP Morangis senior team then takes on the adults in the afternoon. 

Junior Cricket News for 7th September

Junior cricket training continues this Saturday 7th, with U11s at 10h and U16s at 11h. Training will be very intense this week with the French U15 semifinalists LFP Morangis coming in two weeks for a friendly match - the curtain raiser before their senior team plays the SAC in the afternoon.

Junior Cricket News - 27th June

Last Saturday (22nd) the SAC U16s hosted LFP Morangis and the teams tied on the last ball! This Saturday marks the end of the first half of the Junior Cricket season and features the  Parents vs Kids (U11s) and Lads vs Dads (U16s) matches.

Junior Cricket News - 1st June - SAC vs British School

The Junior Cricketers hosted the British School of Paris for what was intended to be a Twenty20 match on Saturday. With long weekend holiday absences, both sides were so heavily depleted that a double wicket competition was played instead, with local pair Finlay and Logan winning the day