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Report: Spun out by a pro at Amersham

Amersham 206/7 (Butler 2-25) Jesters 152 all out (Hillyard 47) We could not quite rekindle the glories of last year's wonderful run chase at Amersham's beautiful ground in Buckinghamshire, eventually falling 54 runs short, after a noble effort from Noah Hillyard to bring some late respectability to our total. Match manager Jonny Bridcut tells the story of the afternoon... Having won the toss on a hot and humid day, captain Simon Butler took great relish in deciding to take the field, and even greater relish in explaining the complicated rules of the game to his teammates: 40 overs aside; eight over power-plays, during which you had to have two catchers and only two fielders outside the "ring

Video & Report: Jesters Club Day 2017

Jesters Gentlemen XI 169 all out (Alluri 49, Chak 40, Sutton 4-19) Jesters Players XI 171-6 (Mohammed 38, Short 4-46) Chiswick House played host to the third Jesters Club Day with the 'Players of The Jesters Cricket Club' emerging victorious in the penultimate over. A full report of the day's antics continues below... And so it came to pass that two captains of The Jesters strode out for the toss on a glorious west London afternoon. On a sticky dog that was howling “bowl first”, Jonathan Bridcut confidently proclaimed “we’ll have a bat” and the scene was set for a fearsome battle between the ‘Gentlemen’ of The Jesters, led by said JAC Bridcut and the Players of The Jesters, led by OJD Doward

Report: Convincing run chase at Eastcote

Eastcote 184-7 (Chak 3 wkts, Sutton 2) Jesters 187-4 (Doward 62*, Clapp 55, Chak 35*) A third win of the season was notched in some style at the delightful Haydon Hall, home of Middlesex Division Two side Eastcote CC, who had stepped in to replace Sawbridgeworth at short notice. Karim Sutton and DJ Chak were in the wickets as Eastcote recovered from a slow start to post 184. Andrew Shakespeare, making his Jesters debut after a couple of years out the game, bowled with real pace and deserved more. After an early wobble, Rowan Clapp (55) and Ollie Doward (62*) guided us home after a rain shower had briefly threatened to end the game. Ollie finished the match in some style with a six. Match man

News: Eastcote replace Sawbo

Unfortunately, Sawbridgeworth have been unable to raise a side for Sunday 14 May, but miraculously Hon. Fixtures Sec Jonny Bridcut has secured a replacement fixture at short notice. We will now be playing Eastcote Cricket Club, near Pinner, Simon Butler's old club, starting at 1.30pm at Haydon Hall, Southill Lane, Eastcote HA5 2EG.

Report: Narrow loss at Chingford

Chingford 159 all out (Chak 3-17) Jesters 148 all out (Howie 48) Despite collapsing to 100-8 in pursuit of 160 at Chingford, Jonny Bridcut and the tail almost manufactured victory, ultimately falling 11 runs short. There were three wickets for DJ Chak, whose match report follows below... After a high scoring draw last year, the Jesters arrived at Forest Side expecting another run glut. The skipper duly lost the toss and we were in the field once again. Were we going to spend the afternoon chasing leather or could the reinforced Jesters bowling attack somehow prevent Chingford CC's batsman from scoring at will? We got our answer quickly enough. Led ably by the rejuvenated Jonathan Bridcut, th

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