With beautiful weather and an interesting match poised on the final day, I decided to head down to Lord’s again for the Middlesex v Warwickshire four day game. Gorgeous sunshine, however a strong breeze proved it necessary to wear two hoodies to stay warm. It’s June, who’d have thunk it?
Back to Lord’s! Twenty20 action on a warm summers evening, and what made it even better was a Middlesex victory. Enjoy!
On Bank Holiday Monday, I went over to Tring to photograph a charity match for the Lord’s Taverners v Tring Park CC. What a lovely day! Very friendly club, wonderful atmosphere and great attendance, despite an exciting conclusion to the test match in London, people still flocked to the ground. I love working with the Taverners and can’t wait to work with them again!
Lord’s Taverners – http://www.lordstaverners.org/ and an extra special thanks to Mervyn Ramsey for inviting me and my camera along.
First home game of the 2015 season, on a bright and hot day at Lord’s. What more could you ask for? Here is day 3 at Lord’s between Middlesex and Nottinghamshire.
With the new cricket season just a few weeks away, it’s time to fire up the social medias once again. Hello! Welcome back!
A few bits of house keeping. If you hadn’t already heard, I now have a Facebook page. Go ahead and like the page if you….like. I’ll be updating it as often as here.
Also, a new project for me this year, I’m starting a video diary of my cricket based travels around the country. I’m not really sure what form its going to take, but I plan on filming the first episode this Thursday at a Middlesex warm up match. I’ll take a blanket with me.
As always, the camera will be with me and photos will be here as soon as I can. See you soon, it should be an exciting year.
Another year is over, and another cricket season ended a few months ago. I quite enjoyed it, but like always it went far too quickly.
A few quick words of thanks. I have had several opportunities this summer to photograph on behalf of the Lord’s Taverners, and I am eternally grateful for their support and the work I’ve done for them, including the Women’s test at Wormsley and a Lady Taverners match back in July.
Next year looks set to be even better. I can’t wait.
We’re back to red ball cricket for the penultimate home match of the season for Middlesex. Opponets Warwickshire were put in to bat by Middlesex winning the toss, and a day of cricket in the sunshine lay ahead. Enjoyable day, including the unexpected appearance of the London Air Ambulance helicopter on the Nursery Ground during tea.
Middlesex are at home to Durham next week, followed by away trips to Somerset and Manchester before the end of the season in a months time. Where has the time gone?
Apologies for this post going up late, had a busy weekend.
Back to Wormsley for the second day of the Women’s test. A few hours of the afternoon were taken up by a collosal rainstorm, the effects of which are featured in the gallery below, but the other highlight of the day have to be Jenny Gunn’s 5-19. Magnificent stuff. Enjoy.
The England women have returned to play another test match at Wormsley this year. An interesting day all round. India’s women, who haven’t played a test match since 2006, fielded 8 debutants and England just two. Of the 16 wickets that fell, 10 were lbw.
I’m returning to the match for day 2. I wonder what will happen…
Back to Lord’s once again. Middlesex have played Somerset in all three formats this year, but this match was the first I’d managed to see.
Peter Trego scored a century, and Middlesex were beaten by 6 wickets with 10 balls to spare. Enjoy!