Author: Karl Quinney
Hot on the heels of a series of camps for young people in the town, Daventry now has its’ very own National League basketball club, Daventry Swifts.
Willoughby Cricket Club’s second string’s promotion hopes were dealt a big blow on Saturday as they suffered a poor loss against 4th place St Crispin & Ryelands fourths.
Kelmarsh Hall and Gardens in Northamptonshire are among eight nominees for the prestigious Historic Houses award. The Garden of the Year Award, sponsored by Christie’s, recognises the importance of some of the country’s most spectacular gardens with outstanding horticultural and public appeal. The awards started have celebrated Britain’s magnificent historic parks and gardens since 1984. […]
There was a nervy but successful end to Willoughby’s Northamptonshire Cricket League meeting with Thrapston Town IIs on Saturday as the villagers edged a close fought battle by only six runs. Another Saturday, another lost toss for skipper Ben Hollis, so the visiting skipper put Willoughby into bat on a dull damp day. Wickets fell […]
A narrow defeat was made up for with an away victory for Bourton and Frankton Cricket Club in their two games at the weekend.
Willoughby’s Saturday first eleven bounced back from a run of defeats to record a comfortable Northants Cricket League Division 6 win at Northampton Saints seconds.
It’s now three defeats in four Northamptoshire Cricket League games for Willoughby Cricket Club and means they fall further behind the leading pack after a disappointing reversal to Desborough Town seconds at The Green.
Bourton and Frankton Football and Cricket Club have secured a sponsorship deal with neighbouring historic country house venue Bourton Hall.
A below-par all round performance from Wiloughby got its just rewards as they suffered a heavy defeat at Mears Ashby on Saturday in the Northamptonshire Cricket League.
Bourton and Frankton Cricket Club’s batsmen were in the runs on Sunday as they recorded a 67 run success over Long Itchington.