The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
Brian Jarrard/Robin Mulvihill: July 2015
............. why not stroll down to the Flacca where there are some important fixtures over the coming week?
This Saturday sees a top of the table clash when Mark (Sandy) Sandford's high flying second eleven take on local rivals Nantwich with a 1pm start.
On Tuesday 21st, Cheshire Over 60s play local rivals, Derbyshire, with play due to start at 1pm
The Tattenhall U15s have two very important matches next week. On Wednesday 22nd, they face Mossley in a Cheshire League Play Off game — 6pm start and on Friday 24th, they are pitted against Haslington in the South Cheshire Cup Final — 6pm start.
Only slightly less competitive is this Sunday's Annual President's Match hosted by George Richards.
The format is different this year, a T20 game will start at 12-30, Sue Cooper's legendary lunch will be at 2pm, with the second innings to follow.
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