The exploits of the Chinless family and Sir Arnold Grasp

Nemandible Pavilion

Sir Arnold takes up the Rain Dance

The surveyors arrive at Acacia Road Recreation Ground, scene of Sir Arnold Grasp's next community project

Sir Arnold satisfies the regulations by giving concerned locals a chance to air their concerns. His wife, Lady Lavinia Grasp-Chinless, has come along to give the occasion tone.

The refurbished pavilion - a lick of fresh paint and one or two small improvements

A throng of excited supporters pack the balconies for the inaugural match

Lady Lavinia Grasp-Chinless stands by to award the new Chinless-Chalice trophy

Sir Arnold advances to bowl the opening ball

Dribble the Doberman does his bit

The Alma Terrace Stores  end - the world stops and holds its breath in awe as the match begins

The Nemandible Parva Gentlemen's Eleven (The Graspers) brace themselves for battle with the Chipping Chinless Chuckers

Predictably the rain clouds start to gather - as once more the traditional Rain Dance weaves its spell



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