Here it is! The Road’s bumper fixture list for 2015 is ready

DAN Sherman’s done it again – he’s put together a stonking fixture list for this season. And here it is finalised in all its glory

Down but not out ... King's Road after the match, in our new Ashes-winning polo shirts

DAN Sherman’s done it again – he’s put together a stonking fixture list for this season.

And here it is finalised in all its glory – 25 mouth-watering games to showcase the Champagne cricket we play at King’s Road.

First up our fixtures sec has organised¬†our annual Intra-Club match, where a team representing last year’s skip Mark Isham will take on new helmsman Matt Small’s XI.

The season proper kicks off in our now traditional manner – with a match against Antares CC. Usually we lose, so maybe this time we could break from tradition.

In May we have the BLOODY LADS (!!!), Tilford, the Sunday Times and Dragons before our first South London Ashes – of which we are proud holders – match against the olde enemy, the Battersea Badgers.

The club tour to Bournemouth – organised by Jamie Keating – is in July before our first London Premier League match against Cairns Fudge.

And the Super Test is scheduled for the first weekend in August.

All in all it should be a fantastic year playing new teams, on new grounds and with a new influx of players.

To see the fixtures in full head on over to our Calendar page here where you can sync the club Google calendar with your smartphone and start penciling the dates in.

(Don’t forget to click “Look for more” to display¬†the full list)

Then, let us know which games you can play by filling in our 2015 Availability chart. And don’t forget to scroll right and press “save”.

Author: Leon Watson

Terrifyingly fast with the ball in hand and famously flamboyant with the bat, Leon is without doubt The Road's greatest ever player. His stellar career has yielded more than 1,000 runs and several million wickets. However, but for a series of shocking LBW decisions against him and the butter-fingered ineptness of his colleagues in the field, there would surely have been more Google +

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