Barbados was the largest tour party we have had to date! It’s always lovely meeting old friends as well as welcoming new to the group.
West Indies deserved winners of the T20 series
I have always loved cricket as a sport, it has everything, thrills, spills and moments of grandeur. Great feats of courage and skill abound. There are too many legends of the sport to name here but there is one who, for me, stands head and shoulders above all but the[...]
I had always planned on watching more cricket when I retired from work. What better way of spending the day, the sound of leather on willow, gentle applause rippling around a largely empty ground, the packed lunch box for those all important sandwiches.
The tour started on 22nd February we had 20 people in St Kitts and we became friends instantly, a couple of warm up games, a lot of local banter and several beers later we were on our way to Antigua.
So the Chief has decided to pass the armband on. After captaining the team for 59 Matches, with Series wins in India and South Africa and two Ashes wins followed by a difficult draw with Pakistan and Bangladesh and a 4-0 trouncing in India, Cookie has decided he has had[...]
As I write this blog I am on route to Barbados on an elastic band propelled Jet with Liat.
I write this blog for once just chilling and without a beer!
Now the sun has gone down on the English Cricket season, it's time to reflect... test wins against South Africa and West Indies, but that does not really tell the whole story.
I am writing this blog in the Coconut Grove a very quaint bar on Dickinson Bay but very lively!
On our recent tour to the Caribbean I looked around the stands in Antigua and there appears to be an ever increasing volume of woman going to the game whether they are girlfriends, wives, daughters or just friends...
I would like to apologise for the lack of blogs, the reason being is that I was having such a great time with all the clients new and old on an extremely busy tour I couldn’t fit it in!
Just a couple of weeks to the much anticipated West Indies tour. I have been inundated with messages by those who have been with us before and cant wait to set off again on this the longest England tour of the West Indies for a long time. Excitement seems to[...]
I originally wrote this blog before Alistair Cook decided to call stumps on his illustrious England career prior the last test at the Oval, Alastair signed off scoring 147.