Accrington Cricket Club
The summer of 2005
The scoreboard goes up
Time to put the electronic scoreboard up
Many hands on
Not exactly a one man job

The Legends return
The Championship winning side of 1975 got back together on April 15th for a reunion dinner at the club.

Moh, Graeme, Tama, Barney and Matt
Tama Canning arrived on April 21st to rejoin his team-mates
Tama in the nets
He was soon back in the nets in spite of a knee injury
Tama with his medal
Tama sporting the medal he won with Auckland for winning the State Championship
Moh in action
Moh appears to find time to chat to the 'keeper whilst batting against Lowerhouse
Time for a cuppa
On a freezing cold afternoon where hot drinks were the order of the day
Legends return again
The 1975 Legends returned for the Rishton match for the launch of 'It was 30 years ago today' on May 15th
Teams old and new
It was a meeting of the 1975 side and today's team
Meeting of the minds
Peter West meets Matt Wilson

The big guys
Big Tama meets Big Al'

Look out Moh
We got a hammering from Peter Sleep, who hit 151 not out.

Eyes down
The Inter League draw at tea time brought a trip to Werneth

Well played Zed again
Zed hit 75 and Moh 54, but their opening stand of 139 proved in vain as Rishton won by 14 runs
Barney in bother
Barney opened in the Worsley Cup tie against Ramsbottom and was in some early difficulty.
Do it this way Barney
Tama supplied a few tips on how it should be done on his way to scoring 44 but Ramsbottom came out on top by 2 wickets.
Zed bowling
The match at Enfield was rained off on June 12th.
20/20 action from Rishton
A well attended 20/20 game at Rishton ended in a 6 wicket defeat on June 17th.
Lionel and Julian
The home game with East Lancs had a family flavour with our scorer Lionel Cooke lining up against his son Julian in the scorers room
Zed is out
Zed played some nice shots in a cameo knock of 14 before becoming Nas Iqbal's 399th league and cup wicket
A decent stand
A 2nd wicket stand of 58 between Moh (25) and Tama (57 not out) took us to 116-2 but East Lancs won by 3 wickets in another rain affected game that brought defeat number ten
Footie Fun
The Juniors had a Fun Night on Friday July 15th
Footballers line up
With a football scoring activity

Stuart Crabtree
The replayed match at Enfield brought much food for thought

Adam Barnes
For everyone

Tension mounts
The tension mounted as it got close
Taz is out
But once again we lost for a record 16th time. Taz was one of several who perished going for the big one. Little did we know then that the following day at Nelson he would be the hero that brought the run to an end.
Jimmy ducks
Jimmy got a warm welcome when he returned with Haslingden
A word please
Clifford had words with Tama
Jimmy goes
But Tama had the last laugh as he dismissed Jimmy to seal a second win in a row
Victory at last on home soil
We tasted a first home victory in 12 months and 13 long days
An expectant crowd
The Under 11 A side closed in on the Division 2 title
Well done lads
The title was sealed with a win against Ramsbottom in the penultimate match
Huddle Time
There was still time for the team huddle
Team pic with Tama
And a team pic with Tama
Peter presents the trophy
Peter West flanked by Junior Chairman Purv Ali and Team Manager Damian Clarke presents the Under 11 Trophy during the final match against Salesbury
Saggy's ton
Sagawat Hussain hit a superb century in the Thirds win over Rawtenstall on Bank Holiday Monday















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