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10/03/2013 - Fantasy League 2013
This years Killinghall Fantasy League will be officially launched at the Club Quiz night.

As last year, entry is 10 or 2 teams for 15.

Transfer values have been updated to take into account performances from last year. Tom Stanford the first ever freebie? Possibly!!

Who will take a gamble on this seasons overseas, did too many get their fingers burnt last season? or do you stick with the ever reliable Mr Morrell?

Captains its over to you!!

Email Scott for more details.


04/02/2013 - Club Evening
The club has organised a pre-season Curry night on Saturday 23rd March in the Club House.

There will be a quiz and hot food served by the Whittaker's (Chilli and all the trimmings).

Tickets - 7.50 per adult, includes food and first drink and entry to the quiz. 5 for juniors.

Please come along and support your club. All welcome to attend.


01/02/2013 - Senior Nets
1st and 2nd Team Nets are on in the Village Hall every Friday night, from 7 until 9.

2 for seniors, 1 for juniors.

All welcome to attend.

Mark Morrell is organising 3rd team nets on a separate evening. Contact Mark for more details.


14/08/2012 - Killinghall CC BBQ - Sat 25th Aug
The club are having a BBQ evening on Saturday 25th Aug after the 2nd XI home fixture against Hampsthwaite 2nds.

All are welcome to attend, members and non-members.


18/06/2012 - Killinghall A Evening League side in Cup Semi Win
Killinghall A beat Sharow last night in the George Greaves Cup Semi Final.

Selecting to bat first, Killinghall were struggling for runs at the half way stage, managing only 35 runs in the first 10 overs. However, great batting from J Cutts (32), G Fish (30) and D Atkinson (26) saw Killinghall to a respectable total of 119 on a wicket that had plenty to offer the bowlers.

In reply, tight bowling from L Clarke (1-13) and A Thompson (4-17) restricted the runs, and backed up by two great catches by T Whitaker kept Sharow behind the rate. First change bowler J Cutts (3-8) finished the innings off in great style claiming his first hat-trick of his short career!! Well played.

The final, at Birstwith on Monday 25th June, is a repeat of last seasons final with Burton Leonard the opponents.

Look forward to seeing you all down there to support the lads.

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