Its a good job this isn’t the newsletter!

Another good couple of items from Shawy. Looks like “Darren Crompton Ruined My Life” could be an epic.

Disappointing night for under 16s, but the performance was good. Dan Mulholland, Harry Bold and Reuben Cutts on his debut all batted well, whilst Dan was probably the pick of the bowlers. Reuben also proved a valuable acquisition with the ball, but the star of the show was definitely Ole Madden with a magnificent catch that he will continue to tell everyone about.

Interesting times at Selection last night, and of this was the newsletter there would be alot of embarrassed and nervous people about. And not just Scholesy, who you would probably expect to pee himself in the lounge of the Sheps, but also the person who was found asleep on Sue’s bed. Not that Sue could have done anything about it as she was in a dreadful state!

End of season bash at Memories Of India is picking up momentum, Tommo will be finding out the capacity of the upstairs room, and then it will be first come first served. Promises to be a great night.

Sorting out a team for the Ryder cup is proving just as difficult as sorting out the second team on a Bank Holiday weekend. Still only got 12 of our 14 man squad confirmed.