Chalfont St Peter CC News story

CSPCC: What's on at the Club this week?

25 Jul 2019

Dear Members

I hope you are all enjoying the heatwave!

It has been an interesting week this week, with mixed results. Both of our Saturday sides lost at the weekend, but are looking to bounce back this weekend. Sunday we fielded two Social sides for the first time in many years, with our home game going very close to the wire, it was a very narrow defeat. Our Sunday Academy side played against Chesham Bois and won, a great results for the Colts and Senior players that played.

Monday we hosted our first U19 T20 game against Holmer Green. We won a very competitive game, and it was good to see a few faces back at the club after university and such a great atmosphere at the club. 

Tuesday was loads of fun, the U14 parents took on the U14 side. Despite some very dodgy looking whites (tennis gear!) and a combined age of nearly 500 the parents managed to win. A rematch is on the cards soon, the boys want revenge....

Tonight we have the U11 parents taking on the U11 side, so if you are around pop down to the club and soak up the atmosphere and enjoy the hospitality. It is late in the season now but if we can get parents vs kids games on in the other age groups, we will, and will look to make it an end of season fixture in future years.

Just a quick round up of whats happening at the club in the following week.

  • Friday night Colts training will run as normal, probably with reduced numbers but we are going ahead regardless.

Note that GX Golf Club have a major event on Friday, and are borrowing our car park for their volunteer officials. It may mean that parking on Friday is limited, and we will need to use the service road even more than we have in recent weeks.

  • Saturday our 1's are at home to Kew 3's, and our 2's are away to Kew 4's. 
  • Sunday our social side are at home to Uxbridge Casuals.
  • Tuesday our U19's have a T20 game at home to Great Kingshill
  • Wednesday is senior training as normal

Any questions, please let me know.

Regards, Ian