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Clubhouse in Earlsfield Spencer AGM Wed 18th July 2012

Please attend..free booze for all attendees!!! See more for agenda..
Clubhouse in Earlsfield CRICKET - HALF TERM & SUMMER COURSES

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Spencer Crest Accident at Spencer 16th June Update

Thankyou to everyone who has been so supportive over the past days following the accident at The Spencer Club cricket nets, we are overwhelmed with the messages of support & help we have received from members, other clubs and the general public. The best news is that the boys involved continue to make a good recovery, now all back at home. Our thoughts and wishes continue to be with all the families involved. The ground was re-opened last week, the tree has been removed and cricket is once again being played
Fieldview SPENCER CLUB AGM WED 18TH JULY 2012 - 8-9.30pm

Free drinks for all attendees 7.30-8pm
Spencer Crest Spencer Cricket - Outdoor Net Rules June 2012

Please see updated Outdoor Cricket Net rules...
Clubhouse in Earlsfield Incident June 17th Tree at Spencer

Update on the accident at the Spencer Club, 17th June, The Spencer Club is able to confirm the names of the three boys who were admitted to hospital after being injured in the accident at the Club yesterday. They are Lewis Gaston, Aidan Oakley and George Roberts. Aidan has been discharged from hospital whilst Lewis and George are remaining under close observation. We understand that their condition is improving and we hope that they will continue to improve and make a full recovery. Our thoughts are with them both and their families. At this time, the Club would like to place on record its sincere thanks to those people who responded so quickly to this terrible accident and who ensured that the injured boys would have the best chances of recovery. The coaches and parents who were at the training session who reacted so quickly to a very serious situation; the players and spectators from Cheam and Spencer cricket clubs who were playing at the ground at the time who were able to lift the tree and free the trapped boys; the doctor who was present at the ground who administered emergency care; and the police and ambulance services who arrived within minutes to take the children to hospital. We are extremely grateful to them all. The Club would also like to thank all those people from around the world who have sent the boys their best wishes. We have been very moved by the messages of support from the wider cricket community, and are passing them on to the boys and their families.
Spencer Crest Accident at Spencer Club, 16 June 2012

The Spencer Club confirms that an accident took place at the club this afternoon. A tree was blown down and three young cricketers were injured and taken to hospital. Their condition is currently being assessed. Naturally, the Club's thoughts are with those young ones and their families. As soon as we have had word from the hospital and the parents we shall be issuing another statement. In the meantime, all cricket at the ground has been suspended.

Final day, another successful year & not only are our colts great at cricket ...they can bake too!!! Have a look at Lawrie Becketts fab cake...too good to eat!!
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