Monthly Archives: October 2009

Final Draft of The Edinburgh Trial Report

Dry Conditions meant plenty of medals A comparatively easy route, and dry weather, meant the competitors won this years battle against the club, with a lot of happy MCC members winning a medal on the trial and 14 the coveted … Continue reading

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David Shepherd the Cricket Umpire has passed away. He was 68

One of the most respected men in the game "Shep" was famous for standing on one leg when the score was 111 or a multiple thereof. Click Here for Sheps obituary in The Telegraph Click here for BBC Tribute

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Draft Edinburgh Report

Dry Conditions meant plenty of medals A comparatively easy route and dry weather meant the competitors won this years battle against the club, with a lot of happy competitors winning a medal on the trial and 14 the coveted triple. … Continue reading

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Stoneleigh Restoration Show

Saw this advertised while browsing the net and at £10 to get, or £9 for us seniors, decided to go along. After a leisurely breakfast at Nettys Cafe Willoughby on the way we arrived to find a two hundred yard … Continue reading

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Edinburgh Trial – Class 0 in a Sidevalve Dellow

This was a big event for me. My first MCC long distance event in an open car, my pretty much original 1951 Mk1 Dellow LOC827. I bought the car from Richard Shirley about a year ago and had a nice … Continue reading

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Geoff Hodge won Falcons Brickhill Trial on Sunday

Geoff Hodge and Geoff Spencer in their Reg Taylor built, Dellow inspired, RDT Pictures by Barry Walker More Pictures Video by Michael Leete Videos by Julian Lack Results Clerk of the Course Verdun Webley was challenged by dry conditions, responding … Continue reading

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There is no truth in the rumour that The Exeter Trial will be returning to Cricket St Thomas

Click Here (with thanks to Nashy)

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