The TMS team romped home to a third successive victory against the Adams Society in our annual cricket match, winning by 56 runs.
Despite batting first on a wet and muddy wicket in the drizzle, with the slippery conditions only compounding a few mishaps running between the wickets, the TMS team amassed a respectable 141-9 off 20 overs with an unbeaten 44 from Peter Gwynn providing the backbone of the innings. The Adams Society were then skittled out for 85 with one over to spare, with Jacob Hilton’s 4 for 14 the highlight of the bowling attack. Peter Gwynn also shined with the gloves, claiming 3 stumpings.
TMS: 141-9 (20 overs), Adams Soc: 85 (19 overs)
At the Annual General Meeting held today, Preeyan Parmar was elected as the new TMS president. Also elected were Joe Briggs as vice president, Mary Fortune as secretary, Jonathan Lee as junior treasurer and Tom Lovering as constable.
At the Annual General Meeting held today, Tom Lovering was elected as the new TMS president. Also elected were Tim Hennock as vice president, Tom Conway as secretary, Preeyan Parmar as junior treasurer and Hiro Funakoshi as constable.
After the shock defeat last year in the annual TMS v Adams Society cricket match, the TMS team have regained their pride by defeating the Adams Society by 37 runs.
Controversially, the TMS were put into bat first. This led to the bowling of an apple by the TMS President being against a TMS batsman. The apple went many metres wide, although the TMS President somehow found his bowling form in the Adams Soc innings, taking three wickets.
TMS: 153-6 (20 overs), Adams Soc: 116 (15.3 overs)
At the Annual General Meeting held today, Lee Zhuo Zhao was elected as the new TMS president. Also elected were Yufan Zhao as vice president, Jonathan Rees as secretary, Tom Lovering as junior treasurer and Chris Elliott was re-elected as constable.
The details of the talks for the forthcoming term have now been finalised. Check the calendar for more. Please note the second talk of term, on 2 February, will take place in the Winstanley Lecture Theatre and not the Old Combination Room.
The details of the events for the forthcoming term have now been finalised. Check the calendar for more.
Our annual cricket match against the Adam’s Society will now be held on Monday the 16th of June, at 12:00 noon on St. John’s Playing Fields. The match will run for only a few hours, so will finish in good time for those who are attending the Trinity May Ball to get changed and in a good place in the queue. Sorry for any inconvenience this change of date may cause.
Just a reminder, we are still short on players for this year’s match. TMS members of any experience level at all are welcome, you needn’t be an experienced cricketer (though if you are, we’d certainly like to hear from you!) If you’re interested in having a go, e-mail our captain, Graham Sills at email@example.com.
At this year’s AGM Chris Elliott was elected as the new TMS president. Also elected were Rosie Oglethorpe (vice president), Kirsty Syder (secretary), Emma Smith (junior treasurer) and Nathan Kettle was re-elected as constable. Details can be found on the page About the TMS.
At today’s Annual General Meeting Hiro Funakoshi was elected the new TMS President. Also elected were Danny McMillan (Secretary), Francis Woodhouse (Vice-President), Chris Elliott (Junior Treasurer), and Nathan Kettle (Constable).