Teddington Antlers are currently enjoying a storming season in the London 3 SW league that has helped accumulate a huge 49 unbeaten matches total (cup, league and friendlies) that date back to almost a year ago.
They will be playing Fordingbridge in a league match at home in Bushy Park on the 5th February, kick-off at 2:30pm if you feel like cheering them on their 50th consecutive win!
The cricket/rugby clubhouse development fund
As the days are starting to get longer (and hopefully warmer!) and with the afterglow of England’s Ashes victory still fresh in our memories, Teddington Cricket Club have started pre-season practice at Teddington School’s new Sports Hall. The sessions will run every Sunday, from 9-11am, and will use the club’s recently purchased bowling machine.
Existing and any potential new players are welcome to join in and for more details on playing adult cricket at the club, email James Keightley. The club also runs a healthy colts section, with children from the age of 6 up to 15. For more details on enrolling juniors, contact Rosanagh Lee.
Richmond Borough Council have created a new Sports and Fitness newsletter – the January version of this is available online here.
This initial issue features events that took place from September to December 2010 and lists up-and-coming events, club contact details and news.
Tim Brabants is on track with his training programme aimed at winning big at the London 2012 Olympic Games.
Currently in warmer climes of his winter training base in Cape Town he has said that he is aiming to repeat recent success in this year’s world Olympic qualifiers and world championships.
If you’re still unsure about what this 3D TV business is all about, why not check out some 3D sports at the Hogarth (as well as their new website to keep up-to-date with events).
A spectacled crowd at The Hogarth
[Update] Teddington Antlers have now reached their unbeaten 50 match milestone with a convincing 88-13 win.