Captain’s Blog: It’s awards time folks as we honour our best of 2011

What-ho, you lovely Roaders! The 2011 season may be over, but the end of season party is about to begin!

Dress code ... will involve some orange

What-ho, you lovely Roaders!

The 2011 season may be over, but the end of season party is about to begin!

Who will win ‘Most Impoved Player of the Season’? Who will be voted ‘Best Newcomer of 2011’? Will Mazumder finally get his hands on the coveted prize that has avoided him for 4 years – ‘Champagne Moment of the Year’? All will be revealed on Saturday, 15 October 2011.

The ever-committed KRCSC committee has tirelessly searched the length and breadth of South London for a suitable venue to host the 2011 End of Season Awards Dinner and has come across a complete gem of a place … oh yes … they enjoyed hosting us so much last year that they were on their knees begging us to come back this year! The venue is The Rose, in Fulham, situated just off our namesake ‘King’s Road’ (well, New King’s Road really). Here’s the link.

Couldn't take the heat ... Matt slumped on a chair after last year's chilli punch
Couldn’t take the heat … Matt slumped on a chair after last year’s chilli punch

So: You are cordially invited to the KRCSC 2011 Annual Awards Dinner

Saturday, 15 October 20116.30 pm kick off

£20 per head for 3 course scrumptious meal

Dress Code:  tbc (‘orange’ will be in there somewhere)

Menu: tbc

Spouses and partners welcome! Please book your tickets – (£20 each) by emailing the committee. Please let us know if you have any dietary requirements (e.g. vegetarian, vegan, no red meat etc)

We are asking peeps to pay for the tickets in advance by bank transfer straight into the club account. This will save a lot of bother on the night, and Richy P will pay the bill. Club bank details will be given out to peeps once they have booked tickets.

If you have any questions let us know. Looking forward to it!

Marvelous.

Author: Giles Fagan

One of the Road’s front-line wicket-keepers and very occasional bowler, Giles is also quite handy with the bat. He is currently the Road’s top scorer and is the first to score over 1000 runs for the club. Gilo likes to score quickly, preferring to hit boundaries wherever possible … this is because he’s too fat and old to run 22 yards, when the reward is only 1 run. Captain in 2011, Giles now enjoys being thrown-up on by his son and changing smelly nappies. Despite family commitments, he hopes to play as much as possible for the Road.