Ramachandra inspires new club record

Deepak Ramachandra led a superb Kensington rearguard in a thrilling match at Vincent Square versus Old Wesminsters. In a record 10th wicket stand of 84 runs with Sunil Amar, Deepak struck a magnificent 83* coming in at number 10, itself another Club record. See full match report

Deepak Ramachandra and Sunil Amar hit record 10th wicket stand for Kensington Cricket Club vs Old Westminsters

Sunil Amar and Deepak Ramachandra


A handful of KCC members have been reluctantly training in the off-season, down at Lords. Meanwhile, the Kensington Youth Academy has been boosted by the arrival of several new recruits. Kensington stalwart Saurav Sen has been busy looking after the training of new prospect Mihir Sen at our top-secret overseas training facility.

Meanwhile closer to home, Otis Keleher is working hard on his cover drives. Good shape that Otis. Like your dad and uncle.




The Kensington CC vs Reigate Pilgrims annual all-day fixture was meandering along. The cricket itself was an after-thought. KCC dropped 12 catches (must be a club record … even by our own standards!). A disgruntled spectator,  unable to hold herself anymore, invaded the pitch and made her views on the cricket obvious to one and all.

“You call this cricket?” – Mrs F, pitch intruder at Reigate Pilgrims (full identity not disclosed due to security reasons).