Ben, Bob and Graeme sort out the rusted pulley mechanism.
Today we started to prepare the flag pole for our new flag.
Our memorial benches - we now have six with two more on order.
We recently made a new rope fence to stop cars driving onto the cricket field.
Attractive weather vane.
Umpire Malcolm Allitt and Patrick Dixon, son of former Woodlander Gavin.
Celebrations after an early breakthrough.
Elliot Richardson looked the part.
Tom Clee played straight.
The weather was always a threat.
Jonathan Butterfield (left) & Usman Malvi (right)
steered the hosts into the semi finals.
Brice trademark one-hander.
Charlie Roebuck bowled a very economical 10 overs for 19 runs and 1 wicket.
A sorry sight - Grant Soames on crutches again.
Pleasant setting - mast, tower and match.
And that concludes the entertainment for today.
Solid - Usman Salim.
Three wickets for old Woodlander Harry Smallwood.
Sam acknowledges his 100.
There's life in the old dog yet - Murph finished off the Hartshead innings with 2 wickets in 2 balls.
Duncan was in good nick.
Sam in full flow.
A good crowd for the first game of the season.
The scoreboard confirms Bricey's 50.
Scott hits a four.
Picture: © Mike Baker JCT600 Bradford League
The skipper is the 1st to congratulate Scott on his maiden 1st XI half century.
Sam goes early in difficult conditions.
Woodlands score at drinks.
Determination Chris Brice style.
Running repairs for the skipper.
Nelson without column.
The destroyer - Chris Brice.
Scoreboards old & new.
A new backdrop to the old pavilion.
The home side bowled well but never had enough runs to play with.
Tom Clee in full flow.
Hanging Heaton had four players with 1st class experience in their line up: Ismail Dawood (left) and David Paynter (far left) both pictured, along with Gary Fellows and David Stiff.
Logan into his stride.
New season, new opening pair, old groundsman. David Wharf looks on as Sam and Duncan get the 2014 campaign under way.
Duncan off the mark as old Woodlander Ishy Dawood looks on.
Joe Sayers was watchful but soon snared by Saffy!
Skipper Swanepoel stood firm.