The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
Ray Hunt: October 2015
Tattenhall were able to celebrate their CCCL 2nd XI promotion at the Annual Dinner at Mere last Friday. Mark Sandford and his team went up in style by winning the Division 1 title and can look forward to Premier division cricket in 2016.
Notable highlights were Hyde retaining their Premier title in the 1st Division and Timperley winning the Division 1 and aggregate trophy as their 2nd XI were pipped by Tattenhall to complete a superb all round season.
Chester Boughton Hall had another fine season with success for 1st, 2nd and 3rd teams while Warrington and Bollington were promoted from 1st XI Div 2 and will play at Tattenhall next season.
The Foden Shield for divisional Champions was presented to the Captain, Mark Sandford and the progress of Tattenhall since re-election to the County League 10 years ago continues with all 3 teams being promoted within the last two seasons.
We welcome all to The Flacca for the 2016 season beginning on 23rd April. As the junior players continue to make their mark at senior level these are exciting times for the club and we encourage involvement from all to the continued prosperity of Tattenhall Cricket Club.
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