Come along to the recently opened Market Harborough Brewery to see how the beers are brewed and then sample them!
We are going to celebrate the teams' successes this winter - two league titles and two KO cup titles. We are going to have a Club Night in on Saturday 23rd April, starting at around 5pm with a BBQ on the new balcony (fingers crossed for good weather!). You can have a knock as well, and some people will be following it with a little visit to town!
Open to team members, families and any other Club member. We need to know approximate numbers for food so please sign up at the bar - cost pay as you eat! £2 per burger!
See some of the events we have at the Club in our Gallery
We started off the New Year with a "Blind" wine tasting event where members were challenged to guess the grape and country of various wines. Mark Williams was particularly good, unlike the Greek Retsina, which was particularly bad! It was good to see some of our cricket members joining in with the event again.
Friday 5th July was our own version of the Tour de France - in wine, cider and a lovely but strong apple drink!!! !5 members and guests enjoyed the warm evening, sitting out at the Cricket Club, being guided around French wines by local wine merchant Duncan Murray. There was also some food, and tennis updates!
Everyone enjoyed the night and hopefully the good weather will continue so that we can do the same for the next tasting in September.
Friday 28th June Market Harborough Squash & Racketball Club hosted a Touring side from Inverness, The Inverness Squash Club British Grand Prix Tour.
The Inverness Club combine each year a visit to the British Grand Prix at Silverstone with some friendly Squash. Last year, the terrible weather on the Friday at Silverstone had meant the Inverness team were stranded at the course, so everyone was thankful this year for better weather.
The event was organised by former Daventry players, Dave Humpage who now plays at Inverness and Jon Maynard, now playing at Market Harborough.
The Scottish players were joined by some other Daventry players, to play a series of games against the Fairfield Road club. Fifteen games were played in all, including one doubles game, with the Market Harborough Club coming out victorious. The evening finished off with food and some musical entertainment from Market Harborough Club’s Andy Fraser and his band, with guest vocalist, Lizzie Turney, another Harborough Club player.
The Harborough Club are now planning a return tour to Scotland!
Picture shows MHSRC Club Chairman, Steve Avil receiving a Certificate and Nessie from the Inverness captain, Dave Humpage