Month: February 2018

Help needed in prep’ for Sportman’s Dinner

Message from Peter Barnes Club has its big fundraiser this coming Friday with the Sportsman’s Dinner at Ling Farm barn (with guest speaker Graham Thorpe) and we need to do a few jobs before hand ie set up bar, clean barb, tables and chairs and erect a marquee. We have planned to do these jobs on this Wednesday and Thursday evenings. So if possible could we get as many members up to the barn for these evenings from 5.30. More hands make light work please try and make one or both these evenings. Cheers, Barnesy

GCC indoor nets tomorrow evening (Tues 13 feb)

A message from Chairman Paul Feavearyear It was good to see a decent turn out at nets a fortnight ago, very positive. Hopefully it will be the same at the next session which is tomorrow, Tuesday 13 Feb, with the addition of a few different faces! Hethersett Academy 7-9pm. £3 per session. We are in the process of finalising sponsors for next season and so far we have seven confirmed, and are hopeful of one or two more. If anyone else, or perhaps your employer, is interested in sponsoring the club please get in touch with me or one of the other committee members. Thank you.

Garby women through to semi-final

GCC Women have been taking part in the Norfolk Cricket Shell Indoor competition at Hethersett Academy and yesterday (Sunday 11 Feb 2018) they finished top of their group after a close fought win over Swardeston Swallows. The competition has been made up from two groups with four teams to each group and Garby will now face the runners-up from the other group, Old Buckenham (who are the current title holders) in a semi-final to be played on Sunday 25 Feb with the final and play-offs on Sunday 18 March. GCC Women have an excellent track record in this competition having won it in 2015 and 2016. The team is headed up by Sarah McGahan and the squad includes: Emma Rogers, Jessica Davey, Georgie Dunkinson, Ella Dye, Beth Champion, Maddy Browne and Sophie Child. UPDATE Garby women lost to old rivals Old Buckenham in the semi-final on Sunday 25 Feb. Old Buck’ won by 62 runs.