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13/04/2007 - NEWS IN BRIEF

Over the past few months, the cogs have been ticking behind the scenes at Shenley Church End CC in preparations for the new season. Below we aim to round up all the news from the pre-season activities.

Held at Oakgrove Leisure Centre on Sunday's (12-1) and Wednesdays (7:30-8:30), attendance for Cricket nets has been extremely strong this pre-season on both days. As most of you will know, the standard of batting and bowling has been very high, which is encouraging for the new season.

It would be great to see all SCECC members attend at least one more net session before the start of the campaign, even if it is simply to blow away those cobwebs and loosen the arm! Sessions will be held until towards end of April.

A special mention goes to a regular at these net sessions, and a great source of encouragement, Anton De Beer. He has helped enormously to keep the standards high with his constant support and patter and we hope to see him in a Shenley shirt this forthcomnig season.

Shenley's matches for 2007 have been all but finalised! You can view the fixtures by clicking the 'Fixtures & Results' link on the navigation bar. I have recently added Sunday and Midweek games, which will be updated throughout the season, linking to their respective match reports.

Another committee meeting is due to be held during mid April. All committee members have been alerted! Any significant outcomes will be communicated via the usual mediums.

SCECC MESSAGEBOARD - SIGN UP NOW! Don't forget to sign up to the Shenley messageboard! If you haven't done so already, we have 16 members signed up. Remember, this will be the place to grab all your team news.

Go to the Members area, use the username/password and click the messageboard link. Please e-mail me if you do not have the latest username and password and would like to join. All current and past SCECC players are welcome to keep up to date!

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