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Up and running thanks to Dobby!

Chris Dobson has used his computer nous to make sure the Club’s official website can now be updated.

The former Second Team Skipper and very renowned Club batsman who is close to playing for Cleck’ for an incredible three decades, is also a highly skilled techy man and equally both helpful and priceless to the Club and its members.

There is still no announcement to be made regarding another batsman and although we cannot name our overseas the deal is virtually done and dusted just down to the red-tape.

Mally Nicholson still hopes to play some part this season after a bad knee injury – but he won’t start the season and he’s due a holiday in South Africa in February.

Mally together with Mark Robertshaw and Chris Brice have been named in the Bradford League’s top players of the decade, which is very much deserved on all three counts.

The full story is on the League’s official website.

Mally out for the season?

Football injuries not only affect the England cricket team but such a catastrophe could leave Cleck’ without the services of Skipper Mally Nicholson for the season ahead.

Although not confirmed yet, it is believed that Mally may have a cruciate ligament injury that could take up to 12 months to heal. That is looking at the worse scenario, of course.

The Club’s Captain wicketkeeper/batsman is a vital part of the side - but his season this time around - is possibly over before it has begun.

Mally commented; “I landed awkwardly whilst playing football and felt my knee snap. I see the consultant on the 13th of this month - I don't know the full extent of the injury but it doesn't look good."

If there is a crumb of comfort Cleck’s new overseas, whose name has yet to be announced is a proven wicket/keeper, which may turn out to prove a godsend.


Mally Nicholson has lots of time to ponder but he remains positive about his recent injury

Kevin Kendricks comes to Cleck' soon!

The brilliant singer and entertainer Kevin Kendricks is set to perform his superb act in the function room on Saturday February 15th and organiser Dave Worrall is taking bookings now - or alternatively speak to any cricket committee member to book places - for just £10 the evening represents superb value.

The bar area at Moorend is expected to be full a number of times in the coming months

Visit also www.cleckheatoncricketclub.com

Bob's e-mail is; cleckheatoncricket@gmail.com

Bob Speight has made sure that for many years there are updated facts, figures and some brilliant photographs and history surrounding Cleckheaton CC.

Bob Speight continues sterling work at Cleck'

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