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Mar 12, 2024

The Hills are alive with the Sound of Music

Long serving cricketer and social wizard Andre has found a new

role to play on the stage as Baron Von Trapp in the musical

The Sound of Music. Yeadon Town Hall has echoed to the

superb sounds of what can only be described as a mammoth

production with a cast of over 40.


As the Baron, Andre commanded the stage as he defied the

German Army and also found time to fall in love with Maria.


Very well played Vice President.

Ralph W Middlebrook


Pudsey Congs Cricket Club



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Sponsor Opportunities for 2024

Would you like to advertise with the Pudsey Congs this season?


Advertising boards, match sponsors or player sponsorship are all available for this coming season 

Boards - £175 for one year, £300 for two years
Match day sponsor - £40 per match
Player sponsorship - £50 for First/Second team players &  £25 for a third team player

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Mick Hirst 07946417601

Pudsey Congs Cricket Club


Sept 27, 2021

Major William Booth Pavilion at Fulneck
The President, myself, Graham and Macca were invited to opening of the magnificent new cricket pavilion on 22nd of September and it turned out to be a memorable occasion.
The impetus for the project came initially from a healthy donation from a relative of Major Booth who played for Yorkshire County Cricket Club before the First World War and was a pupil at the school. Sadly the famous cricketer fell on the first day of the Battle of the Somme. However his name lived on (Major was his Christian name) and there is a stained glass window in Pudsey Parish Church in his memory.
The supporters of Fulneck School worked hard to supplement the initial donation and, after some difficulties, raised sufficient funds for building work to commence. After more problems, Covid, the building was completed this year and used by the pupils at fixtures for Fulneck, a quality facility perfectly positioned in the delightful setting alongside the cricket square amid the extensive playing fields. Fittingly the pavilion was opened by another distinguished former pupil Richard Hutton, who also played for Yorkshire and England.
In front of all the current pupils and guests, the comments by Richard and the donor ensured that this important development plays a significant role in the continuation of Pudsey’s proud cricketing history.
A memorable day indeed, well played.
Ralph W Middlebrook
Pudsey Congs Cricket Club
For the record, Pudsey Congs have been partners with the School in promoting schools cricket sharing each other’s facilities since the 1980s. 
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