Outcasts C.C.

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The 2016 season is now well underway with the fixtures having now been settled and the compiled list up to date on the Season 2016 page - Many thanks for all the hard work put in by Chris and thanks to all the teams who had been affected by some late changes.

The first match of the season was at one of a few new venues this season at Bowden Vale C.C. The Vale Vikings were very hospitable and friendly and the match was played in good spirits. Vikings were too strong in their batting for Outcasts and posted a 38 run victory. Match report to follow but the score sheet is available.

A warm and sunny evening followed with a trip to our friends Reynolds C.C. home at Ashley C.C. Reynolds held on to win in an evenly contested game, but Outcasts failings with the bat once again was their downfall. Reynolds won by 10 runs, but Paul Mooney put in an outstanding performance - Match Report and Score Sheet available.

Our third match of the season was over at the attractive grounds of Bolton School where Chorley Hospitals came out on top. Match report and score sheet awaited.

The fourth away match of the season was at another new venue with new opposition in Rammy Dads. Again this was another very hospitable and friendly match played at an equally friendly ground Tottington St. Johns C.C. The Dads had a couple of batsmen who showed Outcasts what they miss - some big hitting which secured a win for them in a run chase. Match report and score sheet awaited.

Next up will be the trip to Bakewell to face the Peak Park Planners.


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eason 2016 AGM Page added -Minutes now available

A new page for 2016 added - Fixtures, Results and the Social Programme will appear on this page

A Facebook Page has been created - search Facebook for Outcasts Cricket Club - Greater Manchester


Outcasts season came to a close at the annual Silver Boot Awards Dinner - Full details appear on the Season 2015 Page Congratulations to Les, Ted and Roger and thanks to Paul for organising a very successful evening.

The seasons averages, club records and career batting and bowling statistics are now up to date. Any comments and corrections to Allounder please.

Outcasts annual golf day was held on Friday 4th September. Report available on the Season 2015 page

Outcasts salvaged their season with two wins in the last 2 matches of the season - holding on to gain a well deserved and moral boosting victory over Chorley - Match Report and Score Sheet Available and their first visit to Warrington was played in good spirits and full of drama on a difficult pitch Match Report and Score Sheet also now Available.  

Minutes of the 2015 Annual General Meeting now available on the AGM page.


The photo below is believed to be the GMC Planners 11th September 1985 against NWRHA - The final match for GMC Planners before their rebirth as Outcsats C.C.

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Winton_CC   Outcasts play home matches at the well appointed Winton Cricket Club.

   For details of the ground directions and a Map of Winton C.C.   
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Who are Outcasts ??

Outcasts Cricket Club originates from the early 1970s with a group of enthusiastic cricket-minded colleagues of the former Greater Manchester County Council Planning Department.

Following the abolition of the County Council this social group were distributed far and wide across Greater Manchester primarily, but stuck together in solidarity and defiance of the Thatcher mechanics of destruction to maintain its cricketing roots.

The emphasis of the cricket is purely for an enjoyable social evening, but there is always the element of competition and a desire to perform well and competitively.


 
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