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We are collecting as many photographs of players, the club, ground and events as we can. Please let us know if you have any recent or older photographs of cricket at Montgomery and we will publish them here.


Lymore

One of the prettiest places to play cricket in Wales, Lymore Park has been the home for the club since the first part of the nineteenth century. Click here for more photographs.

Knock-out Final, 2012

The club enjoyed their Annual Dinner on 21 September with great entertainment by 'Up Fired Up'. Congratulations to all the award winners. Missing from the pictures are Aaron Ruff-Cock (Saturday batting) and Hayley Griffiths (Club Person of the Year). Click here for the photographs.

Knock-out Final, 2012

Fairfield Flyers beat Forden C.C. and Caerhowell beat the Crown to set up a good quality final which was won by Caerhowell to put a new name on the trophy. Click here for the photographs.

Knock-out Final, 2012

Sunshine, bar, barbecue and great cricket at this year's President's Day. After a short pause to watch Andy Murray winning Wimbledon, it all culminated in a nail-biting bowl-off! Click here for the photographs.

Knock-out Final, 2012

Montomery Cricket Club from Southend challenged us to a game of cricket and they travelled all the way from Essex to play in beautiful Bank Holiday weather at Lymore. We all enjoyed the game and the after-match refreshments in The Dragon Hotel. Click here for the photographs.

Knock-out Final, 2012

We celebrated the 2012 season at our annual dinner in the Town Hall on 17 November, then enjoyed ourselves at the James Bond themed Casino night. Click here for the photographs.

Knock-out Final, 2012

The local knock-out final was graced with one of the best days of the summer. The tense final was won by Upper House B against Fairfield Flyers. Click here for the photographs.

Knock-out Final, 2010

The wet summer of 2012 culminated in a downpour that caused flooding, landslides and the collapse of walls in the town. The cricket ground didn't escape!. Click here for the photographs.

Knock-out Final, 2010

We enjoyed our Presidentís Day celebrations on Sunday 1st July. A keenly contested eight-a-side tournament was played by current players in front of former players who had gathered for the launch of the clubís Oral History Project. Funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund, this project gathered memories of players over the past seventy years, from cricket matches played during the war to the clubís success in league and cup competitions in the 1980s and 1990s. Click here for the photographs.

Knock-out Final, 2010

Colin Davies once again organised a golf championship for the club at Mile End Golf Club. Over a hundred took part, with a team from Wroxeter Cricket Club winning the overall prize. Click here for the photographs.

Knock-out Final, 2010

The cricket club looked back at their season at the annual dinner in The Dragon Hotel. Awards were won by Ed Davies, Neil Tuffin, Tim Davies, Aaron Ruff-Cock, Dave Thomas, Adam Bowen, Thomas Corfield and Jack Williams. Click here for the photographs.

Knock-out Final, 2010

Fairfield Flyers' Rob Kinsey bit a last ball six to knock out holders The Crown and Bunners defeated The Cock to set up a thrilling final where George Corfield's Fairfield overcame their opponent's total of 104. Click here for the photographs.

Knock-out Final, 2010

The tour to Newcastle was a great success on and off the field. Three wins out of four in well matched games and lots of kind hospitality. Thanks to Hexham Leazes CC, Tynemouth CC, Stocksfield CC and Newton CC. Also to Andy Jones and Neil Tuffin for all the hard work in organising it. Click here for the photographs.

Knock-out Final, 2010

The annual President's Day was held on 3 July. The sun shone and a large crowd of players, vice presidents, sponsors and visitors from the town gathered to enjoy the bar and barbecue. During the event Mark Michaels of The Dragon Hotel presented skipper Neil Tuffin with the new sponsored kit. The six-a-side competition expanded into a seven-a-side competition, with one game played with eight-a-side. At the end the table was tied and an exciting bowl-off was won by Andrew Barker's team. Click here for the photographs.

Knock-out Final, 2010

About a hundred golfers from the local area and other cricket clubs competed in our golf day. Congratulations to Cound Cricket Club, whose team came out top, and thanks to Colin Davies for all the effort of organising the event and to all the sponsors that supported it. Click here for the photographs.

Knock-out Final, 2010

The Montgomeryshire Sports Awards were a great opportunity to show off the huge efforts we made as a club during 2010. The Under XI squad won the Junior Team of the Year, Colin Davies won the Services to Sport Award, Keith Griffiths was runner-up in the Coach of the Year, and Thomas Corfield was runner-up in the Volunteer of the Year. Click here for the photograph.

Knock-out Final, 2010

A blanket of snow descended on Montgomery in December 2010 - the start of the 2011 season seems a long way off! Click here for more photographs.

Knock-out Final, 2010

The 2010 Annual Dinner and Awards Evening were held in the Dragon on 16 October. Chairman John Barker thanked the members and their families for making the season such a sucess off and on the field. Captains Neil Tuffin, Jonathan Williams and Ed Davies presented the awards and a good time was had by all. Click here for more photographs.

Knock-out Final, 2010

This season the youth have been even more successful than previous years, with all three teams making it to the final of their respective age groups. Chairman John Barker joined youth coach Keith Griffiths in giving out the prizes at the awards evening. Click here for more photographs of the awards evening and the succesful teams.

Knock-out Final, 2010

The county team returned to Montgomery for the first time in several years this summer, and Montgomery's own Jack Williams won his first cap. Unfortunately they were up against a strong Flinshire side who dominated the game from start to finish. Click here for more photographs.

Knock-out Final, 2010

The finals of the local knock-out were held on 29 August 2010. Fairfield Flyers beat the Vets in the first semi-final, followed by the triumph of The Crown over Bunners in the other. The Crown batted first in the final and were restricted to only 86, but oustanding fielding backed by accurate bowling meant that last year's champions Fairfield were frustrated and The Crown became champions for the first time in three years. Click here for more photographs.

Lymore

President's Day in 2010 was a grand occasion. Montgomeryshire MP Glyn Davies officially opened the new facilities built as part of our Development Plan. Click here for more photographs.

Building

Lymore will look a different place at the start of the 2010 season following building work over the winter. This includes an extended clubhouse, new nets and a set of covers. See progress.

Building

Building work is progressing at quite a pace and the new extension is well on its way to completion. See the latest progress.

Lymore

We are justifiably proud to be the first club in mid-Wales to achieve accreditation with the England and Wales Cricket Board and we had a great night on 25 June when Adam Shantry and Chris Ashlin of Glamorgan Cricket Club came down to Lymore to present us with the award and help out on our youth coaching evening. A big thanks to them and to Peter Brett and Keith Griffiths for organising the event - see the photos.

Lymore

A fantastic run in the Shropshire 20:20 tournament in 2008 led all the way to the final. Although the team lost against a strong Frankton side the club had a great day out. See the team.