From the one and only International: After finally sorting everything with the people at Merchants I am pleased to say that here is the menu. It will again be priced at £25.00 per person ( Bargain ). All I need […]More »
At Barford we are always looking for new players to reduce the team average age, hopefully, to below 140. At weekends, we play only friendly games against similar local teams and several league Sunday 2nd XI teams. In the meantime you are most welcome to take a look around this site and if you want to attend nets or come along to any game or social event then please feel free to get in touch with a committee member or e-mail us directly.
Anyone seeking guidance on the club ethos could do far worse
than read Marcus Berkmann’s hilarious take on village cricket in “Rain Men” and the follow-up “Zimmer Men”, which are uncannily close to real life. If you enjoy the books, you’ll love playing for Barford…
In the absence of the promised competing match report from the Social Secretary, special correspondent Simon Hawkins reports: Barford faced Snitterfield last Sunday (24th August) missing our talismanic skipper Griffin, who was off having a baby or something (thanks for […]More »
A small but doughty band of Barford’s finest congregated at the Joey on Saturday night to wish the Lambinator “bon voyage” as he departs to the cricketing hotspot of St Helena, where 10 teams fight it out for bragging rights. […]More »
From our Special St Helena Correspondent in his last Sunday game before jetting (and sailing) off to the middle of the ocean comes a thorough match report and potted version for those suffering from ADHD. To celebrate the return of the […]More »
Thanks to the Tourmeister for all his hard work in ensuring another stonking weekend in Stroud. The sun shone, the food and drink were both excellent and plentiful, the children were relatively well-behaved, our hosts were friendly and welcoming and […]More »