Paul 'Percy Bilge' Kingsman
Keith' Cheggers' Turnbull
Ken'The Wasp' Larkins
Dave 'Chicken' Arnott
Adam' Pieman' Lazaruk
Stef' Powers' Kilarski
Ian' EL Chairman' Houseman
New Players Welcome
We love our sport at Chearsley Cricket Club so when one of the lads suggested we start to play Aunt Sally we thought - well why not?
For the un-initiated, the game of Aunt Sally is still played as a pub game in Oxfordshire, Warwickshire, Berkshire and Buckinghamshire. The ball is on a short plinth about 10 cm high, and is known as a 'dolly'. The dolly is placed on a dog-legged metal spike a metre high and players throw sticks or short battens at the dolly, trying to knock it off without hitting the spike. Successfully hitting the dolly off is known as a "doll", however if the spike is hit first then the score does not count and is called an "iron"
There is also some truth to the rumour that it is also a good night out with the lads and facilitates a drink or two.....
The team is fresh from winning the Division 5 of the Bicester & District Aunt Sally League
The fixtures for the current year will appear here
For more information, please contact Adam Lazaruk