2019 Photos

Queries v Farley Queries v Incogniti Queries v The Rifles Queries vs The Frogs

2017 Photos

2017 SEASON PHOTOS Queries v Hinton Charterhouse CC: 8th August 2017:  lost by 5 wickets.     Rory Law opened the batting and scored 39:  Nick Leach came in at 8 and smashed 55 runs in quick time.     Tom Law, able to play because of a very late drop-out,

2016 Photos

  2016 SEASON PHOTOS   Queries v Potterne CC: 18th August 2016: won by 1 wicket.       Jamaine Bullen top scored with 42 having earlier bowled 5 overs, including 2 maidens, taking 1 for 10     Akito Jacques didn't trouble the scorers with his batting ! earlier he

2015 Photos

2015 SEASON PHOTOS   Match 25, 8th August v Farley CC     Father and son Bunday bowling - Nick on the left, Jake on the right     Andy Philips and Harry Flack in the field     Ian Perry keeping, and Tom Palmer on his way to 88    

2014 Photos

       2014 SEASON PHOTOS   100th Birthday Party Lunch for John Manners     John chatting to Chris Cutforth on his left.     From L to R: Brian Thompson, John Chris Cutforth, David Haywood, James Flecker, Richard Brewer, Bruce Gauntlett and a hint of Peter Probyn     Peter Probyn, and the

2013 Photos

     2013 SEASON PHOTOS   The Yorkshire Tour            Chris Downham on the drive at Harrogate: meanwhile Dan Cupit takes avoiding action.     Two photos of Dan Hodder     Jeremy Wilkins opened the batting at Harrogate with Tom Andrew; on the right, Jack Bramwell at Ilkley     Jack Bramwell

2012 Photos

  2012 SEASON PHOTOS   v an Invitation XI [vice The Grannies CC], 2nd September.       BJ Cole kept wicket and Dan Ellis scored 29 much needed runs       Luke Fernley brought us Dad Mike to the game. On the right Olly Sloane and Tom Weaver.   v Hampshire Wayfarers CC, 30th August      

2011 Photos

  2011 SEASON PHOTOS   The last event of the Season - The Golf and Club Dinner: 15th September 2011       If there was a winner at the golf it most certainly was Will Thomas who carded an 8 under handicap score. After the golf the dinner was a very select affair, and David Haywood welcomed the