3 edition of One hundred years of the Ribblesdale Cricket League, 1892-1992 found in the catalog.
One hundred years of the Ribblesdale Cricket League, 1892-1992
|Statement||by Alan West.|
|Contributions||Ribblesdale Cricket League.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||129 p. :|
|Number of Pages||129|
The Club fought a long and public battle and reached an agreement with the Trustees in November Waterbarn CC decided to revert back to the name of Stacksteads. In the Club moved to the Ribblesdale League maintaining mid table respectability in Division 1 and the second XI attaining some unbeatable records in Division 2. Adelaide University Football Club, Celebrating One Hundred Years of 'the Blacks', Adelaide University Football Club Inc. Ro Saturday 10 June , Centenary Match, Adelaide University v Broadview at University Oval, Adelaide University Football Club: Adelaide, Ainslie Football & Social Club, Record of Achievement, Issued to Commemorate the Completion of.
The academic delver into sports history will find better rewards. The research is prodigious. One quakes at the thought of how many yellowing newspapers and forgotten magazines Mr. Melville had to turn over to compile his 57 page list of American cricket clubs. On the other hand, the conclusions drawn from this mass of material are a bit s: 1. Origin. Cricket was probably created during Saxon or Norman times by children living in the Weald, an area of dense woodlands and clearings in south-east England that lies across Kent and Sussex. The first definite reference is dated Monday, 17 January ("Old Style" Julian date, the year equating to in the modern calendar).There have been several speculations about the game's origins.
Ribblesdale Wanderers has various junior teams that play in the Ribblesdale junior leagues; Under 18s managed by Terry Braithwaite. Under 15s managed by Paul Spencer. Under 13s managed by Martin Briggs. Under 11s managed by Barry Spencer. Training for juniors aged years is on a Thursday night from 6pm til 8pm. Ribblesdale High School, Clitheroe. 2, likes talking about this 1, were here. Ribblesdale is situated in the market town of Clitheroe, at the heart of the beautiful Ribble Valley.
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Many thanks to the late Alan West for information gathered from his excellent book, Years of The Ribblesdale Cricket League. Recent Progressive Changes In the RCL introduced a 2 tier League with 17 clubs involved. Play-Cricket, Ribblesdale Cricket League, Senior League.
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GREAT HARWOOD were kicking themselves last Saturday after spurning the chance to pile the pressure on Ribblesdale League leaders Clitheroe. Rain meant Harwood were the only Hyndburn side in action while Clitheroe’s match at Edenfield was also a wash-out.
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16 illustrations. The history of one of the oldest private cricket grounds in Scotland and the cradle of rugby in Scotland. Published: The Edinburgh Academical ClubFirst. Ribblesdale Wanderers Cricket and Bowling club was formed in the year They have 3 senior cricket sides that play in the Ribblesdale Cricket League and juniors that range from under 9's to the under 15's.
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Ribblesdale Wanderers play in the Ribblesdale Cricket League on one of the league's largest grounds, Church Meadow. Our Youth Teams are Under 9's, Under 11's, Under 13's and Under 15's and play midweek games. The 3 senior teams play on Saturday's and Sunday's.
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GREAT HARWOOD returned to winning form with a thumping win at Ribblesdale Wanderers but it was bittersweet for new favourite Jack Edgar. The ex-Lowerhouse all-rounder, whose impact with bat and ball has been considerable since arriving at Cliffe Lane, batted through the innings on Saturday to end unbeaten on 88 as the visitors chalked up