11:01AM, Tuesday 27 August 2013
Marylebone Cricket Club returned to Home Park on Sunday to take part in Windsor Cricket Club's President's Day.
The side from London took on the hosts in a special 40/40 match alongside a junior tournament, as the venue in Romney Lock Road invited cricket fans into the club for an ECB Open Day.
Marylebone were guests last year as Windsor celebrated their centenary anniversary at Home Park, and the two clubs plan to make the friendly fixture a regular event.
The visitors fielded a strong side and it was they who left with the spoils on this occasion, edging a close contest to win by just seven runs.
Windsor Colts also competed in a mixed under 11s tournament in a day to unify the junior and senior sides.
Club President Tony Monk said: "It went extremely well. We had 150 people there with all the players and their guests.
"It was a day fundamentally for cricket but we had a bouncy castle and other things and everyone enjoyed themselves."
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