The Flanders have returned victorious from their international tour of North America. The Neddies completed victories over the Compton Cricket Club and the LASCA All-Stars in Los Angeles. They also went on to beat the Cancun Cricket Club and Mexican Cricket Team in Cancun and the Belizean National Team in Belize City.
The Neddies have started the second half of the season in strong fashion. Show your support for the boys as they attempt to defend their one-day and two-day titles.
Congratulations to the great Chico Dillon who recently smashed an unbeaten 290 to secure the Flanders a vital victory.
Over the years the "Neddies" have enjoyed considerable success. Domestically, the club are six time A grade two-day premiers, five time one-day premiers and currently hold the Roy Gassiep T20 Trophy. On the international stage, The Flanders were victorious over the Vanuatu National Team in 2006 and assumed the world ranking of 29 after defeating the Japanese in 2008. They whitewashed their series against Spain, Morocco and Gibraltar in 2010 and their latest conquest was to beat Mexico and Central American champions, Belize, in 2012.
The team promotes a strong belief in mateship and sport with the understanding that being a member of the Mighty Ned Flanders XI is more than just showing up every Saturday in summer for a game.