Bart Singh owner of the Inverhaugh Cricket Club connects for a boundary against the Heritage Cricket Club of Toronto during a friendly match this weekend. Singh and his wife Jan started the club on the current grounds in 1995 and with the help of dedicated associates have seen it become one of the most picturesque grounds in North America. By Invitation only, teams travel from around the world to play in this unique setting. On choice warm summer days, under the watch of tall cedar trees the drama unfolds as each team angles for the other's wicket. All this happens as the Grand River quietly meanders by, providing an ideal background for this gentleman's sport.
Club members contribute up to 40 hrs a week in maintenance to keep the grounds which feature a turf wicket in tip top shape. After sitting in on the Inverhaugh team's innings it didn't take long to understand why the club chose the motto "propter ludi amorem" which translates to "for the love of the game"