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Meet the King’s LOAD: The top 11 big guns who show we’ve got tons of heavyweight talent

Jesus Raj ... that's disgusting!Latest News

We’ve had some real heavyweight talents taking the field for the famous King’s Road Cricket & Social Club over the years, but it hasn’t stopped […]

Small Matters: New skip says ‘it’s time to make our mark’ as 2015 season kicks off

Holding fort ... the nightwatchman makes his markComment & Blogs

Our new captain Matt Small gives his rallying call for the season before this weekend’s Intra-Club match at Wandsworth Common

We need to talk about Kevin! The King’s Road KP is heading Down Under – here’s his career highlights

Kev ... after the Cairns Fudge matchAnnouncements

King’s Road stalwart Kevin Pittaway, aka KP or, to his teenage fans, K-Pitz, is leaving south London to seek his fortune in Australia

Sorry Kev, it’s a no! As England play India at Lords, Kevin Pietersen turns up hoping for a game with us

He's a fan ... Kevin Pietersen with our capLatest News

He’s out of the England set-up, and Surrey didn’t have a game. So Kevin Pietersen thought he’d try getting into the King’s Road team

Let’s honour thy Richie! King’s Road launch campaign calling for Lord’s to remember Voice of Cricket Benaud

Honour thy Richie ... Richie Benaud, the legendEvents

Who can forget that kindly old face, the warmth of his commentary, and the depth of his knowledge that he imparted? Richie Benaud, who sadly died this week of skin cancer aged 84, was a genuine cricket legend.

Mystery man Amir out for a month after finger injury

Amir ... has a finger injuryInjuries

Amir Alipour injured a finger on Clapham Common and will miss social cricket team King’s Road’s next match in Buckinghamshire

5 of the most spectacular cricket grounds we’ve played at over the years

Pretty ... a thatched pavilion at Spye ParkLatest News

We’ve played on some great grounds down the years, Swansea’s historic St Helen’s, Spye Park in Wiltshire and good old Dundonald Rec in Wimbledon