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Moving to the Dorset East or Hampshire West regions? Moving to the beautiful New Forest and wanting good cricket and you are close to Lymington & Pennington area or nearby villages of Hordle, Sway, Brockenhurst, Pilley, Boldre, East Boldre, Everton, New Milton, Ashley, Milford on Sea, Barton-on-sea, Beaulieu or Walhampton areas

Play cricket at Lymington. A beautiful Georgian town - Tourist & Local info www.lymington.com

And you are an experienced grade cricketer or a budding young Cricketer possibly at Uni or College in the Bournemouth to Southampton areas or just wanting to return to the game or just looking for a good standard and an active social club then Lymington Cricket Club is the place for you.

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Contact - Adie Hunt

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PAST & RETURNING PLAYERS: AN ALUMNI & PANTHEON OF CRICKET THROUGH THE DECADES IN THE LYMINGTON CRICKET CLUBS A-Z. 

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Are you on our portfolio in the Lymington CC A-Z

 

LEGENDS & THE LEGENDARY

WHO WILL BE THE ALPHABETICAL CHAMPIONS OF LYMINGTON CRICKET CLUB?

To while away the days and stimulate some debate in these difficult times, we’ve decided to come up with some Lymington Cricket Club XIs based purely on the letter of the alphabet the players’ surnames begin with.The selections will be based predominantly on players from the past 40-odd years, but will also include some of the club’s most prominent members from days gone by, including a few who represented their respective countries more than a century ago.

Obviously, some letters won’t have enough players for a team (for instance, as talented as Billy Quigley was, he can’t take on everyone else all on his own) so we have combined some letters. Conversely, one or two letters had such an excess of players that we have come up with two XIs. Indeed, the ‘S’ squad could almost field a complete team of Smiths! There will be some selection headaches along the way. Will Adie Hunt find a place ahead of his brother? Or his father for that matter?

Once all the teams have been named, we’ll hold a ‘virtual' tournament with a draw to decide who plays who, and a panel of ‘experts’ will look at the relative strengths of the teams using the statistics available to try to work out how the games would have panned out. Eventually, all the XIs will be whittled down to just one team who will be crowned the ‘Alphabetical Champions of Lymington CC’!

We'll start off with the ‘A’ Team. Teams B-Z will follow in the next days and weeks...

Click here to see the A TEAM...
Click here to see the B TEAM...
Click here to see the C TEAM...
Click here to see the D TEAM...
Click here to see the E/F TEAM...
Click here to see the G TEAM...
Click here to see the H TEAM (First XI)...
Click here to see the H TEAM (Second XI)...
Click here to see the I/J TEAM...
Click here to see the K TEAM...
Click here to see the L TEAM...
Click here to see the M TEAM (First XI)...
Click here to see the M TEAM (Second & Third XIs)...
Click here to see the N/O/Q TEAM...
Click here for the P TEAM (First XI)...
Click here for the P TEAM (Second XI)...

https://lymingtoncricketclub.blogspot.com/2020/03/lymington-cc-z-of-teams.html

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