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From All Stars Cricket to the Women’s County Championship

Started Oct 24, 2019 0 Replies

In 2019 womens and girls cricket at North Middlesex CC in Crouch End ranged from the Women’s County Championship to All Stars Cricket for the very youngest girls.Gayatri Gole played for Middlesex CCC…Continue

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GIRLS UNDER 11 CRICKET FOR ALL WINTER TRAINING

Posted on November 19, 2019 at 19:30 0 Comments

North Middlesex Cricket Club has organised winter training for Girls Under 11 and younger. The details are:

1. Dates and Timings – the sessions will be on Sunday mornings from and including

Sunday 12 January to and including Sunday 29 March but excluding Sunday 16

February (i.e. 11 x 120 minute sessions in all) at 10am to midday.

2. Venue – Beacon High School (previously called Holloway School), Tufnell…

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Local cricketer stars in England Under 19 test victory!

Posted on July 25, 2018 at 19:23 0 Comments

Luke Hollman, who plays for North Middlesex CC in Park Road N8, starred in England Under 19's victory over South Africa Under 19's.

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Local cricketer is a T20 winner with Middlesex Women

Posted on July 3, 2018 at 8:57 0 Comments

Gaya Gole, who plays senior cricket for North Middlesex CC, played for Middlesex in the final of the ECB Women's County Championship - T20, which Middlesex won. A photo gallery of Finals Day is here: https://www.middlesexccc.com/news/2018/07/middlesex-women-lift-t20-...

North Middlesex CC's ground is in Park Road, N8. Gaya helped coach North Middlesex Girls Teams at…

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The Suffragettes, Arson, Cricket and a Lady’s Hat

Posted on February 10, 2018 at 12:30 0 Comments

The centenary of some women gaining the right to vote has recently been celebrated, and local events involving the suffragettes maybe of interest.

On 7 June 1913, the Pavilion at North Middlesex Cricket Club in Park Road was almost completely destroyed by fire.  Responsibility for the blaze was claimed by The Women's Social and Political Union (The WSPU) whose members were better known as The Suffragettes, in their newspaper "The Suffragette.”  But why would …

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