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Curry and Quiz Night – ADVANCE NOTICE

Friday 14 November 2014

– Quiz 8.15pm to 9.00pm

– Curry 9.00pm to 10.00 pm

– Quiz 10.00pm to 10.45pm.


Quiz Master General and Host for evening will be Northumberland’s own ‘Jolly’ Jeff Stanners.
The Club will provide the starters and rice for your curry – but the curry main has to be pre ordered and will be delivered to the Club from the Sonali in Kenilworth. The menu will be forwarded to you all, once received from them shortly. Food Orders will then taken.

Jeff will provide the brain teasers for the Quiz.
If anyone is a non curry eater and would like different food please contact Geoff Edmunds to indicate preferences at his email address of
Early replies of an indication of those interested in attending and supporting the evening’s social event would assist Geoff and Jeff would assist in their arrangements. A further email and web post will be sent out shortly for the food orders for the mains.

2014 season Social Events Thanks

A successful off field year!

The Club would like to thank all those who organized the Social Events throughout the 2014 season at the Club as well as thanking those who supported them. They were enjoyable events and  it is recognized that a lot of hard  and time consuming work was put in by a small band of people for the benefit of Members for no reward.

It was a great series of events and they will continue during the winter months. Plans are already afoot and Members will be informed as and when they are planned.

The following is a message from Tom Pope about the End of Season do and who had stepped into the breach to take the lead this season and what a great first year he had at the helm.

Cheers to everyone who came to the end of season party. Sad to say the turn out wasn’t as great as planned, but everyone who was there seemed to have a good time and we’re really enjoying themselves.

The stump game was as eventful as ever and the two culprits who took part in blow football were real sports who still tried to finish their game, not realising there was never a game.

Special thanks to Kim Roebuck (and members of her family) who put hours of time into sorting most of the night out, wouldn’t have gone ahead without her.

Thanks to Hannah Edmunds for running the bar and sorting the drinks/food out (that goes for all season, your efforts don’t go unnoticed)

And thanks to Calv and Vanessa Pope for cooking the bbq without setting the gazebo on fire (efforts also not unnoticed for curry night etc).

Finally thanks to everyone who has helped or attended any of the largely successful events this season. Was about time we saw more faces at this club and I think/hope this stands us in good stead for next season.

See you all next year for a few more! Think we will kick off next season with a curry night.”


WELL DONE and MANY THANKS to Tom and his band of merry men and ladies for your sterling efforts.



Presentation Social Night a Success!

A good social night on Saturday saw the player awards for 2013 being handed out, alongside hot food and Wii bowling! It was good to see so many players and other members attending. We hope we will see you at the next planned post-match social event, which is likely to be a curry night, in June.




Congratulations to the following, who picked up awards on the night…

  • Colts Cup (Young Player of the Year) – Adam Huxford
  • Pratt Cup (Most Improved Player) – Tom Pope
  • Umpires Cup (Performance of the Year) – George Boylin (accepted on his behalf by Andy Dadswell)
  • Player of the Year – Ed Ruswa (accepted on his behalf by Dave Edmunds)
  • Walter Whiteman Trophy (Clubman of the Year) – Andy Dadswell

Click here for all the photos


Take That Tribute Night

Take That Tribute Night Photo Album

A selection of photographs of the evening at the Clubhouse have been added. It was a cracking evening and well supported.

Thanks to everyone who turned out to support the night and a BIG thank you to all those who organised the evening and to those in the kitchen all night and behind the bar.

Just click onto a picture thumbnail  and it opens up to a larger photo and then by using the right and left buttons on your computer or lap top you can scroll through the photographs individually. There are two pages of photos.

Quiz Night in aid of Andy Humprey’s marathon run

Quiz Night Success

The Club would like to thank all those who attended the Clubhouse last month for the quiz night to raise funds for Andy Humphrey’s London Marathon run in April in support of the Multiple System Atrophy Trust (MSA) which he is undertaking  following his dad’s (Humpty/Humpto) diagnosis of the condition.

The evening was excellent and there was a fantastic turn out by Members and friends of John. In fact, the event proved so popular not everyone who wanted to attend were able to as there were was no spaces or room for anyone else.

EVERYONE was a winner that night, so THANK YOU all.

Fittingly, the team that were victors after a tie break was Peter Jones’ and Peter Huxford’s team, who were colleagues of John at King Henry VIII school in Coventry and also KCC members and players.

The evening raised £340 for the MSA Trust and the monies are in the process of being transferred direct to them.

The Club would like to thank all those who attended the night, the organizers, those who donated raffle prizes and the food.

We know that there were several comments made on the evening that the entry price for the quiz of £1 per person was far too cheap for this most worthy cause.

Several members have already sponsored Andy directly via Just Giving page (which gives additional Gift Aid relief) and the Club (and Andy) thanks you for that  and encourages you to use that facility and that  with all our help and support we hope he reaches his set target.

If you would still like to make a sponsorship donation of any amount to Andy’s marathon run, please do so., please visit his fundraising page at:

which also gives further details of the MSA condition, how it is effecting Humpty and the work the Trust do. That way, any donations are enhanced further by Gift Aid relief.