FRIENDLY SITES & SISTER CLUB
Part 2 (20~38)
 
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As from March 2000, we have started introducing friendly links & sister clubs and make a special feature page to that effect.
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Cricket Clubs seem to be most friendly in Australia as they keep answering our messages.
Our twentieth and twenty-first friendly sites are to prove it!:
AppleCross Cricket Club
Established in 1974/75, it currently fields five teams in the Western Australian Turf Cricket Association ("WASTA"), 
whose Champions they were at the end of the 1999/2000 season.
Visit their first-class site at:
http://www.iinet.net.au/~vinka/
For more information s-mail to Mr. Vince Stackpole at:
vinka@iinet.net.au
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Cameron Cricket Club
Cameron Cricket Club was estblished in 1947 by a group of local lads who lived in the Cameron Street Reservoir, Victoria. 
They play 4 senior and 3 junior teams un the Preston & JIKA Cricket Association.
Visit their site at:
http://www.homestead.com/cameroncc/firstpage.html
For more information e-mail to:
homestead@homestead-inc.com
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Again Cricket Clubs seem to be most friendly in Australia as they keep answering our messages.
Our twenty-second friendly site is
here to prove it!:
Kiewa Cricket Club
The oldest continuous club in Victoria State, situated on the border of New South Wales and Victoria in Kiewa City 
on the banks of the Kiewa River.. It was founded in 1888. Presently runs 3 senior and 3 junior teams.
Visit their homepage at: 
http://www.angelfire.com/ky/kiewacricketclub/
For more information, E-mail to Mr. Chris Bradforth at:
bradsy@primus.com.au
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It is back to dear old England for our twenty-third friendly site!:
Woking & Horsell Cricket Club
Woking & Horsell Cricket Club was founded in 1905 and has its homeground and clubhouse and bar (!) 
on Brewery Road (great address, isn't it!?) in Horsell Village, Woking, UK.
Currently running 7 senior teams.
Visit their homepage at:
http://www.whcc.org.uk/
For more information, E-mail to Mr. Robin Millar:
whcc@horsell.freeserve.co.uk
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Our twenty-third friendly site, for a change and the first time, hails from Green Ireland!
Pembroke Cricket Club
The club was formed  in 1868 and is located in Sydney Park, Park Avenue, Sandymount, Dublin Suburb of Ballsbridge.
It fields 6 adult teams and are the current holders 
of the Leinster Cup.
Their emblem is the fox!
Visit their excellent homepage at:
http://www.pembrokecricket.com/border.htm
For more information w-mail to Mr. Alex Leonard at:
alexleonard@clubi.ie
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At long last a Ladies' (Womens') Club
(our twenty-fourth friends!)
Tasmania University Cricket Club
The Tasmania Universuty Cricket club is afiliated with the Sports council of the Tasmanian University Union 
and fields teams in the Tasmanian Cricket Association and Southern Women's Cricket Association competitions in Hobart, Tasmania.
4 Men's , 1 Women's and Youth Teams fielded.
They seem to a quite intelligent lot since I was answered my message in French!
Also welcomed Japanese Women cricketers in 1999!
Visit their homepage at:
http://www.utas.edu.au/docs/sports_council/cricket/index.html
For more information, e-mail to Ms. Anna Campbell at:
annac@postoffice.utas.edu.au
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A quarter century with our twenty-fifth friends!:
Bayswater-Postels Cricket Club
The Bayswater-Posteks Cricket Club was born out of the amalgation of Bayswater Cricket Club and Postels Crciket Club in 1996.
It fields 6 teams and counts over 150 playing and associate members
Do not be too impressed by their emblem, they are very nice people!
Visit their homepage at:
http://spiritnt1.spirittech.com.au/bpcc/
For more information, e-mail to Louise & Steve Sequerah at:
sequerah@spirittech.com.au
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Dancing Mathilda, you've us granted many friends, haven't you?!
Our twenty-six friends are :
Footscray ANA Cricket Club
Founded in 1930, it is affiliated to the Williamstown Cricket  Association in Victoria. Its ground lies in Anglis Reserve, at the corner 
of Robert St. & Francis St., Yarravulle.
Fields 3 senior teams and under 16, 14, 12 teams.
Visit their homepage at:
http://www.homestead.com/footsana/frontpage.html
For more information e-mail to Mr. Ivan Perkovic at:
ISPERK41.@EISA.NET.AU
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Our twenty-seventh friends come 
from the North of England:
Littletown Cricket Club
In Chris Bede's own words: 
"Littletown is a tiny village in the North East of England.
Although the club was started over 100 years ago, 
it is only since 1985 that we have once more become 
a force in the Nort East Durham League."
Visit their page at:
http://www.littletowncc.co.uk/
For more details, e-mail to Mr. Chris Bede at:
webmaster@littletowncc.co.uk
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And it is back  to downunder 
for our twenty-eighth friends:
Waverley Wombats Cricket Club
Waverley Wombats Cricket Club is a park cricket club playing in the Moore Park & South East Dricket Association 
competition in the eastern suburbs of Sydney, Australia.
Visit their page at:
http://www.users.bigpond.com/dpkennedy/
For more details e-mail to Mr. Danny Kennedy at:
dpkennedy@bigpond.com
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Our twenty-ninth friends come from Wales 
(It's not all rugby overthere!):
Cimla Cricket Club
In their own description, Cimla Cricket Club (founded in 1925)
are a club in Wales of moderate achievement woth a steeply sloping ground but the wicket is not bad.
Cimla Cricker Club teas are plentiful and 
the Lager is cold and rather wet!
Very good history article!
Visit their homepage at:
http://www.cimlacc.co.uk/
For more information e-mail to Mr. Steve Jones at:
spj@cimlacc.co.uk
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Let's go back to England to 
find our thirtieth friends:
Olney Town Cricket Club
Probably founded in 1882, the club has an excellent playing reputation, with two sides fielded 
every Saturday for League matches and on Sundays for friendlies.
Also includes thriving youth club section.
Visit their site at:
http://www.olneytowncc.co.uk/
For more information e-mail to Mr. David Gregory at:
Gregoryolney@aol.com
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Our thirty-first friends hail from Scotland 
( the 3rd club to do so!):
Westquarter (Redding) Cricket Club
Westquarter (Redding) Cricket Club  is located in Brightons, Falkirk in Central Scotland. They are in thr process 
of developing their own ground ar Bailliefields.
They are presently playing in Division 5 
of East of Scotland Cricket League.
Visit theor homepage at:
http://www.suttonr.freeserve.co.uk/
For more details e-mail to Mr. Robert Sutton at:
robert@suttonr.freeserve.co.uk
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Don't make a mistake !
Our thirty-second friends are from England!
Washington Cricket Club
The Washington Cricket Club is located in Herraton Cricket Ground, Rickleton Village near Sunderland, North of England.
Most important Washington C.C. members
can be found at the Ricleton Arms Pub after matches
before proceeding to the Duke of Albany!
Visit their homepage at:
http://www.seat.sunderland.ac.uk/Staff/ts0gfa/wcc.html
For more information e-mail to Mr. Glen Fallon at:
Glen@chestwig.demon.co.uk
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Our thirty-third friends hail 
from the North of England:
Sacriston Colliery Cricket Club
Located in Sacriston, Durham, England.
A very traditional club founded in 1874.
Presently fielding 3 teams.
Has its own pub!
Visit their pahe at:
http://www.madasafish.com/~sacristononline/
For more information e-mail to Mr. Ian Fisher (the "Fish") at:
ianfisher@madasafish.com
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Our thirty-fourth friends apparently like water!:
Flitwick Cricket Club
The Flitwick Cricket Club, alias "The Otters", are located in Westoning, Bedfordshire, England.
In Richard Wigfield's words,
"They are a club based in Bedfordshire offering facilities to cricketers of all ages and abilities 
at a ground which is considered one of the best inBedfordshire. 
We run three teams on Saturdays and Sundays, as well as colts teams at under 11, 
under 13 under 15 and under 17 age groups, 
and some midweek teams."
Visit their page at:
http://www.flitwickcricketclub.co.uk/
For more information e-mail Mr. Richard Wigfield at:
only_1fcc@email.com
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And it's back again to Australia for our thirty-fifth friends:
Greenwood Cricket Club
One of the few cricket websites in the 
Northern Suburbs of Perth, Western Australia.
They were founded in 1978 and are a member of the Wanneroo Cricket Association.
Currently fields 4 sides. 55 playing members.
They also have a restricted liquor license!
Visit their page at:
http://www.greenwoodcricketclub.8m.com/
For more information e-mail to Mr. Robert Dilcoe at:
dilcoe@bigpond.com
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Our thirty-sixth friends are worth 
a visit in England!:
Swindon NALGO Cricket Club
Located in Swindon, Wiltshire, England, 
the Swindon NALGO Cricket Club runs 2 Saturday teams 
in two different leagues as well as a Mid-week team 
in the Swindon Evening League and a Sunday team 
for friendlies with neighbouring villages.
High-quality homepage!
Visit them at:
http://www.sncc.fsnet.co.uk/
For more information e-mail to Mr. Tari Dogra at:
sncc@sncc.fsnet.co.uk
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Our thirty-seventh friends are not a club for a change but a County League in England!:
Berkshire Cricket League
The Berkshire Cricket league in England presently includes 43 associate clubs and publishes the results of two divisions.
They are sponsored by Foster Wheeler.
Visit their homepage at:
http://www.berkshirecricketleague.org.uk/
For more information e-mail to "Nathan" at:
nda@softhome.net
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Our thirty-eighth friends are a very sympathetic club in English countryside:
Ampthill Cricket Club
Ampthill Cricket Club  First XI compete in the Hertfordshire League 4th Division 
and Second XI compete in the Hertfordshire 6th Division.
They are located in Ampthill Park, Woburn Street, 
Ampthill, Bedfordshire, England.
Visit their page at:
http://www.ampthill.org.uk/cricket.htm
E-mail to Mr. Mark A. Smith for further information at:
Mark.A.Smith@ampthill.org.uk
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