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Essex Eagles v Kent Spitfires

A night at the Young Vic watching Oklahoma means I’m writing this 2 days after the match, having just watched Essex lose to Hampshire at the Ages Bowl, so, honours even on that rivalry. (This is going to be lots of photos, not so many words) I’d travelled to Canterbury to watch an Essex win and was hoping for the […]

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Kent Spitfires v Essex Eagles

A crazy busy sporting weekend which involved a trip to Canterbury for this match, The Challenge Cup Final at the New Spurs Stadium, then Middlesex v Glamorgan at Radlett, followed by a Tuesday evening watching Essex again, means it’s taken ,me until now to have photos edited. The night of Essex’s trip to Glamorgan, a game that as I write […]

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Essex Eagles – T20 Blast 2019

Last night The Essex Eagles beat The Kent Spitfires to finish on 15 points, putting them in 4th place in the Southern Table, earning themselves a place in the quarter finals. A match against Lancashire at the Emirates Riverside in Durham. In their wisdom the ECB has scheduled the quarter finals to coincide with the Ashes test at Old Trafford. […]

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The Royal London Cup – Star Men Watch – Round 6

Only 2 games were scheduled in this particular ’round’ only one produced a result as the weather again behaved like an April day. Glamorgan v Kent A cricket match in Cardiff in April is always likely to be at risk. Chris Cooke won the toss for Glamorgan and elected to bat. 15 overs were bowled before the weather intervened, in […]

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The Royal London One Day Cup – Star Men watch!

I wasn’t going to do this, it may be hard to keep up with things in the next few weeks, but, I just have to, there have been some stand out performances today! Including a century from my favourite player outside of Essex and one for an Essex opener too. There were 6 matches today, in 4 of those the […]

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Kent Spitfires v Essex Eagles – Event 78

Having never been to Canterbury to watch Essex play I decided to head down after work for their T20 clash with Kent.  I may have been a bit foolhardy, I hadn’t really considered how far away Canterbury is! Typically the day was one full of accidents all over the M25 and M2, the M25 had cleared but not the M2 […]