1941 – Wet, but the Girl Guides Arrive to Play in Radlett

The year 1941 had an unusually wet summer, but under Bob Woolbridge’s care (and the help of Brunton, Down and the RAF) the new ground began to blossom as one of the county’s finest.

The Girl Guides Cricket Club thought so, for they used it throughout the season.

Records were not kept for the following three war years and the main Club committees did not meet again until after the end of the war in 1945.