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Butler & Chris Smith club Hurlingham

Jesters CC 301/9 dec (Butler 79) Hurlingham 197 all out (C Smith 5/60) Jesters won by 104 runs A batting line-up laden with Jesters luminaries was too strong for Hurlingham, who were thrashed by 104 runs. Chris Smith's fine all-round performance earned him the man of the match award. Skipper Jonny Bridcut elaborates below... Having lost the toss on a baking hot August bank holiday Saturday, the Jesters were relieved to be invited to bat first on what looked a typically benign batting paradise in this leafy south-west London oasis. Simon Butler and Oscar Howie settled in quickly, despite an impressive start from the new ball bowlers, and both of them were soon caressing cover drives to the bo

A day to forget at Middleton Stoney

Jesters CC 77 all out Middleton Stoney 81-2 Lost by 8 wickets A player availability crisis saw us field three members of the opposition and a passer-by, who padded up and strolled out to the middle when our ninth wicket fell! Middleton Stoney wasted little time in cancelling out our 77 all out, which was at least more than England managed against Australia at Headingley in the 3rd Test of the Ashes summer. Captain John Murphy relives the painful experience below... Getting a side together for a fixture in the middle of the summer holiday season which also clashed the Lord’s Ashes Test was always going to be a challenge, and so it proved. With a few injuries and drop-outs, just seven Jesters

DJ 143* but clobbered by Chobham

Jesters 257-4 (Chak 143*, Mohammed 46*) Chobham 258-6 Lost by 4 wickets Our 257-4 off 40 overs looked like a fine total, but with nine men defending a large, fast outfield, it proved well below par. Andrew Short tells the story of the day an another commanding DJ Chak century... The Jesters have had some notable victories at Chobham over the years. In 2005 when Ollie Doward bagged 7-22; in 2006 when we took the last eight Chobham wickets for no runs; and perhaps best of all in 2011 when a nine-man Jesters side triumphed after a thrilling run chase built around a 150-run partnership between John Murphy and Adnan Mohammed. So skipper Andrew Short wasn't entirely downhearted when he realised he

Jesters Centenary Dinner 2028

In 2028 the Jesters turns 100 years old. We would love to hold an event at Lord’s to celebrate the success of this wonderful club reaching such a milestone. The Club has therefore set up a fund to which members can donate as little or as much as they wish towards the event. All proceeds will go towards reducing the cost of the event. If you are interested in donating to this fund please contact Chris Smith Hon. Treasurer for more details.

Extraordinary Eastcote run fest

Jesters 340-7 (Sandhu 156, Chak 68) Eastcote 300 all out (Chak 3-26) Jesters won by 40 runs A remarkable 640 runs were plundered in our victory at Eastcote in a 45 over contest. Congratulations to debutant Sumaer Sandhu who smashed 156 including nine sixes, putting on 236 for the secondn wicket with DJ Chak! Captain Alex Smith will provide full details of the carnage soon... Jesters XI: A Smith (c), Richards (wk), Chak, Berger, Sandhu, Gilliam, Mohammed, Murphy, Hart, T Hayes, D Hayes

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