Match vs Suburbian, Blackweir

Author: Dave  |  Category: Matches

Following the draw in the previous week the wheels well and truly fell off the Cardiff Northern bandwagon. Read more…

16/05/2008

Author: Dave  |  Category: News

Funny few games since the last update – a good win against Maccabi before getting knocked out of the cup with a weak performance against Duke of Clarence. Then last Tuesday a potentially record breaking batting collapse with us falling from 27-0 to 28-8 and finally 31 all out as 8 batsmen got ducks. And I use the term batsmen very loosely. And now we get to play a top division side in the cup with half a team missing.

Match vs Clwb Ifor Bach, Caedelyn

Author: Dave  |  Category: Matches

After the first three matches of the new season were played in glorious sunshine, dark clouds and rain had threatened the evenings match against the old adversary Clwb Ifor Bach. It was scenes of a different nature that got a few eyebrows raised. Read more…

14/05/2008

Author: Dave  |  Category: News

Northern edge a close game against 404s and for the first time ever win 3 games on the spin. Is promotion on the cards or will it all come tumbling down?

Match vs The 404’s, Blackweir

Author: Dave  |  Category: Matches

Any doubts over whether Northern club captain Charles Brain could command a regular place were dismissed with a performance of cleaver and skilful bowling. His figures of 4 over’s 1 maiden, 3 wickets for 10 runs, plus a run out were outstanding. Read more…

Match vs GFC, Caedelyn

Author: Dave  |  Category: Matches

Continuing their good early season form Cardiff Northern swept aside GFC with a 23 run victory at Caedelyn Park, despite missing key players Steve Hood, Ben Horlock, and captain Charles Brain. Read more…

07/05/2008

Author: Dave  |  Category: News

First game of the season completed and Northern pick up a win against Duke of Clarence.

Match vs Duke of Clarence, Caedelyn

Author: Dave  |  Category: Matches

The first match of the season for the Club on a bright early summers afternoon. The track at Caedelyn Park was typical of early season where the ball kept low and was not travelling through to the keeper. Also, the grass in the outfield was long on a big pitch making boundaries difficult to hit. Read more…