September 5: And that is it! Another league season is over already, almost, it seems, before it began.

At least the season ended on a high with fantastic wins for the top three league sides, the Firsts securing their Division One status by toppling the league’s runaway leaders.

The planning now begins for next year with the hope we can set the club on the path to greater glories. To this end, there will be a players’ meeting in the pavilion at 7.30pm on Friday (September 7).

It is intended to build on the positives this year – and there were plenty – as well as plotting a more ambitious strategy for next season and beyond. It is vital that as many players as possible attend to air their views.

We want KPCC to thrive and this is a chance to air your views and help make any changes which will drive us onward and upward.

If you are unable to attend, then join the debate by emailing your comments to chairman Chris Johnson. Remember to keep them positive.

The raffle and draw for a new made-to-measure bat with Charlie French, the expert batmaker, has been delayed until the Ted Skeggs memorial day on November 4, so there’s still an opportunity to win this great prize.


Old Owens 136 all out, Knebworth Park 137-8
Knebworth Park II 302-5, Parkfield & Headstone 282 all out
Old Owens II 149 all out, Knebworth Park III 150-4
Knebworth Park IV 76 all out, Old Owens III 80-5


Our club captains, Guy Warman, Jono Evetts, Ian Woods and Jonathan Cirkel. It’s not just about turning up on a Saturday, flipping a coin and telling people when they bat and bowl. The hard work takes place off the field in organising players, setting the ground up, collecting match fees and a whole lot more. They have all done a fantastic job.



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