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Hello my lovelies, We’re back for another week of sunshine and sanitising! This time my mighty Foxes headed off into the villages and came up against a Braunston side who had enjoyed a solid start to the season. To my surprise, it seems as though the lawnmower had broken earlier in the week as a...
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Finally, cricket was returning to the Foxfields fortress with my Foxes taking on St Michaels CC not to be confused with St Michaels Bugbrook who are a different team, apparently. Luckily, I checked with the club on the Tea situation (I love a Foxes tea) and was advised I would need to bring my own...
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Do you know it has been nearly a year since I have seen my beloved Foxes win a match! After week ones abysmal showing, my optimism was low. One change to the team, my new favourite Frenchman was out and replaced with Ollie. El Capitan Tony was so busy have a chin wag with the...
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Well unlike some of the boys I made it down to my socially distanced spot on the boundary in time for the Foxes first game of the season, it’s been a long time coming and I honestly didn’t think I’d get to see any competitive foxes cricket this year . The air was ripe with...
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Did you miss me?  I know I have missed you..  Self isolation at my age is no fun and there are only so many times you can watch Miss Marple and Poirot, so you can imagine my joy when I heard you boys were having a “little knock about” this weekend and that funny Mr...
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Despite what had been a fantastic week for my foxes, securing promotion last week with victory over Obelisk in convincing fashion, and the weather being beautiful all week, I arrived at Foxfields on what was a gloomy, potentially wet day. None the less spirits were high amongst the GP boys, with a very strong field...
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Coming off a win against the Old Northamtonians, Obelisk game was an important game for the foxes, as we had keep the promotion dream alive. By all accounts this was our bogey team at the bogey ground (if I am not mistaken). Having chatted to some of the team mates, many of them were ready...
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GP were under a lot of pressure on what must have been one of the windiest days for cricket ever, after a dreadful lost to Rushden Cricket wankers (according to the cycling youths😂) a win was all I wanted to see from my foxes. Tiger won the toss and put them in to bat. Brilliant...
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Oh my goodness, where to start? So much to fit in and so little time… Once upon a time, in a land far, far away some of my foxes played poker on a Friday evening, it was meant to be a group trip to watch the Steelbacks, but the weather put pay to that, and...
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As I start to write this, even after a few days (I’ve been inundated with other things, sorry!), I still have a sad and frustrated feeling from the events of Saturday at Rushden & Higham. I know it’s not a good start to proceedings to be so down and depressed, but that’s the overriding feeling...
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A wonderful serenity has taken possession of my entire soul, like these sweet mornings of spring which I enjoy with my whole heart. I am alone, and feel the charm of existence in this spot, which was created for the bliss of