25 Nov 2011
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10 Sep 2011
Knaresborough Forest, sponsored by Windsor Court Properties, rounded off their 2011 league campaign with a comprehensive 235 run demolition of...
03 Sep 2011
Knaresborough Forest, sponsored by Windsor Court Properties, saw their promotion hopes dased with a...
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Rock Star's Blog
20 May 2011
Well it’s been a long time since any of us have updates their Blogs. Has Blogging been replaced with Tweeting?
As this is only the second ever blog from the man with less hair every over he bowls and first one in a long time I will talk about how KFCC have begun the 2011 season. It’s been a great start for all the senior teams as well as continued improvement from the ever growing junior set up. There have been fantastic league results from the 1st, 2nd and 3rd team – with the 3rds yet to loose!
A major strength in the 1st team is our batting line up. In particular, the top order is very competitive this year with the return of familiar faces such as Phil Arrand and the ‘protein hustler’ Dave Skaith both making great contributions. Paulo One-Shot Parker has even earned local fame from his crushing performances with the bat or the cut shot to be precise. Not forgetting the rest of our batsmen however. Other than myself of course, we have the capability to bat all the way down the order - which has been the reason for scores of 318 and 290 in the past two weeks. I myself haven’t been short of trophies this year for my performances on the field. The Jonathan Jugg award is yet to leave my hands this season, at least there’s something I can hold on to!
With the return of our fearless leader from the land down under we can hopefully continue our form away at Newby Hall and maybe, just maybe KFCC FC can regain our six-a-side magic once again.
Hopefully this will inspire my fellow bloggers to update their blogs and write something more interesting than I have…
21 Apr 2012
Judging by Robbo's pictures emerging on Twitter this week (@legsidestumping), it appears that reports of Ark-building down at Calcutt were unfounded.
Welcome to the new season! With drought conditions declared across most of the country during March, it was somewhat inevitable the with cricket would come rain - and April has certainly obliged.
So, something of a false start with all three teams rained-off on day 1, but good look to everyone who pulls on a Forest cap this season - assuming the sun does eventually show itself again!
Andrew Kenyon is a trainee actuary with Aviva. Andrew opens the batting for the 1st XI and will occasionally turn his arm over.
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B vs. Scotton B (Away)
29 Jun 2011
Team for mmp cup final vs ripon, mon 27 June ko 6.15 at goldsborough
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