The first warm weather since 2011. No wonder the U16s are smiling.
A youthful Pirates XI show off their kit kindly supplied by team sponsor Fun & Games.
Pirates relax after a long day at Copford. Kit courtesy of Fun & Games. PoW = Matt Pyatt
'What am I doing here?' returning from retirement veteran Stevie Goodridge looks confused with Matt Parker, PoW Dom Purser and Pugwash from Clacton who apparently dresses like this all the time.
Assorted Pirates celebrate Dom's PoW award with lemonade, etc. All kit courtesy of 'Fun & Games' ... remember Halloween is coming soon.
Pirates relax after a mercifully swift trip to St Margarets. The shakes were so thick when everyone tried to suck them up straws the windows caved in.
EAG Carbon Reduction Team!
Land of the Dead? Pirates relax in the bar after a narrow defeat by Copford 1s. Great knocks by Ollie LJ (94) and POW Walshy (44).
Players celebrate a great 2013 season. Er ... what are Matt N & Luke doing there?
Porky's Pirates end a GREAT season with a win over Springfield. POW Ollie LJ for 90 runs. Final thank you to Fun & Games for kit.
Joe Young, Derek Randall, El Presidenté, Steve Nunn & Matt Parker.
Bazza, Derek Randall, Matt Parker, Steve Nunn, Rich Parker, Alan Francis and Joe Young admire the over-priced picture El Presidenté bought in the auction.
Derek Randall's first ever selfie. With Joe Y and Matt P.
First outing for the Saturday Stiffs ably led by Luke Keyboard who secured his maiden century.
Triumphant PIErates on the Black Boar after winning the league at Chappel.
PieRates win the Wednesday league then beat the Tuesday league winners - Real Oddies - in a thrilling final.
Matt Parker raising his bat for his first 50 to a packed out Green!
Pictures Paul Johnson
Picture Paul Johnson
Either the ball has gone or he is very early
Matt Parker getting chased by either Matt Norris or Nick.
Mparker 5for & K Hammond 56*
Matt & Samit were enjoying a nice weekend before getting papped by with Notts player Steven Mullaney
Looking at techniques to hold the bat
The first time the LandRover has ever been used for anything useful.
Note: the panel came out after we realised it was too long... Mick Purser helped and took the photo