Now meeting at Beverley Town CC on a Thursday or Monday evening.
Next up on Thursday 30 November 7.45pm is Hornsea-born cricket historian and journalist Jeremy Lonsdale in conversation.
Please note: our AGM will precede this meeting, starting at 7.15pm.
Jeremy is the author of five excellent books on the history of cricket in Yorkshire, as well as the recently published No Picnic: the Historic First MCC Tour of India and Ceylon 1926/27.
He is also Deputy Editor of County Cricket Matters, the quarterly magazine launched in 2020 by Annie Chave.Taking us from Beverley to Burma, from Cleckheaton to Colombo – Jeremy will touch on topics such as the origins of East Riding cricket, the role of YCCC in the wider Yorkshire scene, the great Yorkshire side of the 20s (Holmes, Sutcliffe, Rhodes, Leyland), and the perils and pleasures of a six-month tour of the sub-continent.
He'll also bring copies of several titles for sale – all at special one-night prices.
At £5 each:
- A Game Emerging: Yorkshire Cricket before the Coming of the All-England XI
- A Game Taken Seriously: the Foundations of Yorkshire's Cricketing Power
- A Game Divided: Triumphs and Troubles in Yorkshire Cricket in the 1920s (last 2 copies)
At £8 each:
Don't miss this chance to stock up for Xmas!
Our programme continues on Thursday 14 December with raconteur extraordinary John Barclay, former Sussex captain and MCC President. More top names to be confirmed.
Recent speakers include: Dean Headley [report]; Kevin Howells [report], Barry Richards [report], Vic Marks [report], James Carr [report], Graham Onions [report], Chris O'Brien on Neville Cardus [report], Paul Farbrace [report] and Kevin Howells [report].Everyone welcome - no dress code, no formalities, just a great evening talking cricket
Venue: Beverley Town CC, Recreation Park Lane, Beverley HU17 9HW, 7.30 for 7.45pm