Part 5 (71~83 )
As from March 2000, we have started introducing friendly links & sister clubs and make a special feature page to that effect.
Our seventy-first friends take
everything in good humour!
Priory Ruins Cricket Club
Founded in 1990, Priory Ruins Cricket Club plays 
both league and friendly cricket in East Sussex, England.
They are your typical village cricket team 
made up of players od all abilities.
Their aim us to enjoy playing cricket!
They don't mind their players to travel 10,000 km 
from Japan to play dor them on week-ends!
Visit their page at:
For more information e-mail to Mr. Henry Nairne at:
Our seventy-second friends are persuaded that cricket is being played in Walhalla!
Stockholm Academics Cricket Club
The Stockholm Academic Cricket Society 
SACS is a cricket team started in September 1996 at the University of Stockholm, the capital of Sweden.
With an indefatiguable enthusiasm, they sturdily persevere in playing the sport of Gods. 
Many of the Club's players do study at the University, but membership is open to each and every one, 
whether you have played before or not, want to start over on a new career, try something new and daring, 
or if you simply feel sorry for them.
Whatever your reasons may be, 
they are always in need of new players! 
Visit their page at:
For more information e-mail to mr. Gustaf Hansson at:
Our seventy-third friends cannot imagine  cricket without beers !:
Airedale TavernersCricket Club
The Airedale Taverners Cricket Club is based at Airedale General Hospital, Keighley West Yorkshire, England. 
It is made up from staff, ex-staff and family of the works department.
They certainly a bunch with great humour 
and plenty of beer!
Visit their page at:
For more information e-mail to Mr. Chris Kelly at:
Our seventy-fourth friends 
certainly boast history!:
Frimley Cricket Club
The first reference to Frimley Cricket Club, Surrey, England, is an 1820 scorecard which appears 
in "Lillywhite's Scores & Biographies Vol. 1" published in 1862. The game was played at Godalming, 
in Surrey, and participating were several
of the most famous players of the day. 
They presently run two Sunday and 
two Saturday sides in the Fuller's Cricket League
and the Three Counties Sunday League and has an active Colts srction runnibg U15 & U17 sudes.
Visit their homepage at:
For more information e-mail to Mr. Roberts at:
Our seventy-fifth friends attach
a lot of importance to information!
Southern District & Churches 
Cricket League
In their Webmaster's own words:
"The site I run for the Southern District & Churches Cricket League, Australia (now  playing under the name of 
"The Southern Cricket League") is primarily an information site devoid of frames and fancy html code.  
It is designed for access of players to gain information and 
not as a 'showpiece' for the League. 
Hence its rather basic appearance."
Actually I personally think theirs is an excellent site!
Visit their page at:
For more information e-mail to M.r Bill Weeden at:
Social life is very important 
for our seventy-sixth friends:
East Horsley Cricket Club
East Horsley Cricket Club is a cricket club 
situated in the Surrey area, England.
They play in a beautiful setting 
about 5 miles outside Guildford.
They play in a Village Cricket League on Saturday
and field two sides.
EHCC are a sociable team, and enjoy 
playing their marches.
They also field one side on Sinday against local area teams.
Visit their page at:
For more information e-mail to Mr. Phillip Drake at:
Our seventy-seventh friends are
quite a bunch!:
Cleethorpes Cricket Club
They do play seriouss cricket at Cleethorpes Cricket Club, North Lincolnshire, England,
but they are also very serious about their social life, jokes and booze!
They also enjoy expressing themselves in riddles
and their site is quite a sight!
Visit their page at:
Gor more information e-mail to "Glennie" at:
Our seventy-eigth friends'
page should be read by all!
Kirkby Malzeard Cricket Club
Started somewhere before 1976, Kirkby Malzeard Cricket Club joined the Nidderdale league, England, 
in that year inder the leadership of Rodney Pickles.
They are presently playing in the Second Division.
They have a very interesting way of describing their history and introducing their members!
Some friends of mine would do well to emulate their site!
Remarkable map, too!
Visit their page at:
For more information e-mail to Mr. Charles Harford-Cross at:
Our seventy-ninth friends 
actually found us!:
Wyndham Cricket Club
"Cakie" (Wyndham C.C. star player!)
The Wyndham Cricket Club is based in the Western Suburbs of Melbourne, Australia.
They play in the Western Suburban 
Uniting Churches Cricket Association.
Their home ground is situated at the LawrieEmmins,
Old Geelong Rd., Laverton North.
Very professional site!
Visit their page at:
For more details e-mail to Mr. Jamie Davies at:
Our eightieth friends certainly
have the right attitude!:
Coleshill Cricket Club
Founded in 1854, Coleshill Cricket Club is located in 
Memorial Park in Coleshill, Warwickshire, England.
The great thing which struck me about their club
is the cheery faces of their players representing
all strata, ages, shapes and hair amounts found 
in English society!
Visit their very cheerful page at:
For more information e-mail to Mr. Gary Poulton at:
Our eighty-first friends have
a delightfully rough sense of humour!
St. Patrick's Cricket Club inc. Albury
St Patrick's Cricket Club Inc. is situated at 
Xavier High School, FallonSt., North Albury, N.S.W.,
Australia. They invest a lot in youth as they fielded 
no less han 8 junior sides last season as well as 4 senior sides.
The Club is affiliated with the Albury & Border cricket Association.
They have a very Australian caustic sense of humour and
they are sponsored by "Paddies Irish Bar"!
Visit their page at:
For more information e-mail to Mr. Stephen Chalmers at:
Our eighty-second friends
have a madcap reputation!:
Warwick Cricket Club
Warwick Cricket Club was founded in 1949.
They are part of Warwick Sports Club and are located in Hampton Road, Warwick, England.
They currently run three teams on Saturdays 
and two teams on Sundays.
They also do a lot of work at youth level.
Their reputaton is of a madcap bunch although their site is first class!
Cisit their page at:
For more details e-mail to Mr. Colin Clark at:
Our eighty-third friends
put a lot of work with youth!
Pagham Cricket Club
Pagham CC is a well established and friendly cricket club 
three miles to the west of Bognor Regis, England. 
The club runs two Saturday and Sunday sides as well as 
three junior teams throughout the season. 
On Saturdays the First and the Second teams compete 
in Division One of the Sussex Invitation League. 
Sundays is given over to friendlies against a wide variety 
of clubs in Hampshire and Sussex. 
The junior sides compete in the local colts league and 
the Sussex Junior Cricket Festival in July and August
Visit their page at:
For more details e-mail to Mr. Antony Walsh at: