Inverhaugh Cricket Club

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cricket1
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Inverhaugh Cricket Club

Post by cricket1 » Wed Aug 08, 2018 1:19 pm

Inverhaugh Cricket Club played its final two matches this past weekend. An Invitational match on Aug. 4th and Stratford Festival on Monday, Aug 6th.

Both days produced good cricket and other festivities. This was a very emotional weekend as cricket will no longer be played at Inverhaugh, after 23 years.

See the web for score sheets: www.inverhaugh.com

LeScotsman
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Re: Inverhaugh Cricket Club

Post by LeScotsman » Sat Aug 11, 2018 8:59 pm

Sad to see the end of an era but many congratulations on the outstanding work and success of the last 2.5 decades. No one else could have done it. Great memories of playing there, with its unrivalled setting and hospitality. Best of luck in your next projects.

cricket1
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Re: Inverhaugh Cricket Club

Post by cricket1 » Fri Sep 07, 2018 8:55 am

It's official! Inverhaugh has been sold.

Various equipment are now available, including : 2 triplex mowers, a two ton roller, 1 greens mower, mint condition matting, two sight screens, two sets of covers and many more turf care tools & equipment.

Contact Bart Singh for more info.

cricket1
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Re: Inverhaugh Cricket Club

Post by cricket1 » Wed Sep 26, 2018 8:30 am

All the equipment have been sold or donated .

cricket1
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Re: Inverhaugh Cricket Club

Post by cricket1 » Fri Oct 19, 2018 7:45 pm

Signing off from Inverhaugh.

The sale of Inverhaugh was closed today. The new owners have moved in and cricket has moved out.

Good bye from Inverhaugh.

Cheers

timmyj51
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Re: Inverhaugh Cricket Club

Post by timmyj51 » Sat Oct 20, 2018 11:48 am

Did CC every show interest or put in a bid? Use that half mil from the CPL for a
down payment. Would have made a great
national headquarters along with your own grounds.

cricket1
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Re: Inverhaugh Cricket Club

Post by cricket1 » Sat Oct 20, 2018 7:54 pm

Actually , I did suggest this . Plus the involvement of The Mercuri Group & a possible High performance centre.

Purchase by Mercuri Group, leased to Cricket Canada for $1.00. Coaches to live in the house, part of their compensation. Mercuri maintains ownership, Cricket Canada just have to raise the funds to maintain the grounds, which was easily doable.

Players could be housed in the summer at Waterloo University, Laurier and University of Guelph .The dorms are usually empty during the summer.

Anyway, it's too late now. What a pity !

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