Based at Brigg Rec and occasionally the Sugar Factory ground, we enjoyed many cracking Sunday games in the North Lindsey League, over many years.
Currently, though, Brigg only play in the Lincolnshire County Cricket League - a Saturday competition.
Brigg cricketers have seen their fair share of variable weather this season.
But down at Grantham today, where Lincolnshire are playing Cumberland in a Minor Counties match, bad light was a factor for a time on a Sunday afternoon in July!
As a former long-serving Brigg Town player, it's always sad to pass the former Sugar Factory ground in Scawby Brook and see it overgrown and still out of use as a sports venue after more than 20 years (pictured above).
There used to be cricket, football, bowls and tennis (outdoors), plus darts and table tennis within the clubhouse/pavilion.
British Sugar operated a wonderful sports and leisure facility until the nearby factory was closed in the 1990s.
Brigg Sugar had its own Lincolnshire League cricket team for many years but after it closed in the late 1970s the venue was used by Brigg Town.
The square was quite small. So while playing at the factory, Brigg also used Sir John Nelthorpe School and Brigg Rec for many of its matches.
That was at a time when the cricket club had two Saturday teams, one on a Sunday, a midweek side and junior teams for various age groups.