Another sporting Saturday is passing us by without Brigg Town Cricket Club being able to begin the 2020 season - delayed by the government's Coronavirus emergency restrictions.
So today Brigg Blog is winding the clock back 20 years to remember a very enjoyable Brigg Town CC outing.
Players and supporters went to Cleethorpes to watch Lincolnshire take on Lancashire in the NatWest Trophy - a so-called minor county against one of first class status.
Here are three pictures taken at this tie in 2000.
Sixteen of us made the trip - the majority by train from Barnetby.
Stomach-lining breakfasts were consumed in a Cleethorpes cafe on the way from the railway terminus to the ground, which is near the front.
Seen above breathing in the sea air during the lunch interval are Bruce Turner, Lee Fielden, Simon Nottingham, Gary Smith, Tom Brock, Jack Richards, Jayne Fisher, Simon Fisher, Phil Dewfall and Mark Dawson.
A legendary heap of drinks cans built up during the day, and everyone went home happy.
|Graham Day, left, with other spectators from Brigg.|