The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
Robin Mulvihill: August 2015
Two cricket features in the top 12 stories — now there's a first!
However, Tattenhall Cricket Club has a lot to be proud about! As a village we enjoy the talents of an amazing bunch of individuals. So, what are the teams up to this coming weekend as the cricket season draws towards its close.
We will bring you the match report from yesterday's 1st XI directly we receive it but the weather is beautiful today so come and enjoy the 3rd XI at the Flacca who are top of their table — see below.
The 3rd XI host New Brighton on Sunday
Alex's thirds have just three games remaining and they sit top of the table.
A team with a huge junior contingent have punched well above their weight already this season in a division containing teams from some of Cheshire's biggest clubs.
The skipper and his young chargers aren't settling for second, however, they want to win the league and face a rival challenger on Sunday as they host New Brighton, who beat the EDS earlier this season.
So, we look forward to seeing you at the Flacca as the days of summer and wonderful cricket draw to their close.
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