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More than 30 Buccs and their guests enjoyed a convivial evening at the East India Club to celebrate the 2017 season. With six matches won but also six cancelled, President Simon Woolfries reflected on the twin challenges of the diminished … Continue reading
With 10 matches played and a win rate of 60%, 2017 was another successful season for the club. Why not find out who was the leading batsman and bowler prior to the Dinner. Click here to access the full review.
The 2018 Annual Dinner takes place at the East India Club on 7 February 2018. We are lucky to have TMS’s Dan Norcross speaking after dinner this year. To secure your ticket, please complete our form by clicking here. … Continue reading
The usual scrambling around for players resulted in two teams (one of 11 and one of ten) assembling at the annual worm cast arena that is Betchworth Cricket Club (conveniently situated behind the Red Lion pub) for the Buccaneers’ end … Continue reading
The sight of 11 Buccaneers taking the field against Mote CC represented one of the most hastily arranged side in our illustrious history. Such haste was required as a mere six days before the fixture was due to take place … Continue reading
Warborough & Shillingford 152 all out. Buccs, 152 for 9. Draw A team of committee members, core players and guests turned up at the picturesque ground of Warborough and Shillingford in anticipation of good cricket and bad rain. Both were on … Continue reading
Mann’s, Milne’s and Rydon’s (the MMRs) made up the Buccaneers team for the final day of the OHJ’s cricket week. The Buccs were inserted on a true pitch under a sunny sky and the Milne father and son partnership set … Continue reading
This was our second game against Frensham, again under a sunny blue sky. Having beaten them by six wickets last year and being assured by their captain that they had only three batsmen this year, we (or at least the … Continue reading