NEW NETS LOOKING GOOD

Go on Facebook and see the progress of our new nets. Wow! They are looking good.

Better still join the Working Party on Sunday 11th February from 10.30 onwards....you can see them for yourself.

All help in getting the ground ready for our Centenary Season will be greatly received. Refreshments provided.

10th February 2018 Posted by Glynis Culley

NEW SEASON NEWS

The construction of the new nets is underway and will be ready for the start of the season.

The new All Stars Programme is ready for you to register. Go to the ECB website for details.

9th February 2018 Posted by Glynis Culley

Thank you for coming to the Presentation

Well done to all the award winners at the Junior Presentation. In case you were unable to attend here are the winners....

Batting: Chris Egan

Bowling: Ollie Gryzb

Fielding: Daniel and James Hanrahan

Most Improved Player: Libby Dunster

Most Promising Player: Liam Van Den Berg

Champagne Moment: Ethan Horne

Presentations were also made to all the organisers, coaches and umpires.

23rd September 2017 Posted by Glynis Culley

DON'T FORGET..PRESENTATION TONIGHT AT 5 PM

23rd September 2017 Posted by Glynis Culley

PRESENTATION SAT 23rd SEPTEMBER 5pm

Please put this date in your diary and make sure that you come!

Plenty of awards for Juniors and Seniors.

MAKE SURE YOU ARE THERE....AN AWARD COULD BE FOR YOU!

4th September 2017 Posted by Glynis Culley

THIS SUNDAY

There is an all day cricket match at the Club this Sunday so Junior coaching will be at the earlier time of 9.30 through till 11 am

10th August 2017 Posted by Glynis Culley

REMINDER!

There is no coaching on Friday nights for the rest of the season. Players may use the net but must be accompanied by an adult and wear appropriate protection if playing with a hard ball.

THERE IS NO SUNDAY MORNING COACHING THIS SUNDAY 23rd JULY DUE TO PENN FEST

Sunday morning coaching resumed on Sunday 30th July at 10.30 am

Players who were on the All Stars Course are most welcome to attend on a pay as uyou play basis (£3 per session)

21st July 2017 Posted by Glynis Culley

THE FINAL COUNTDOWN

This was the U10s first game of the season which was eventually played last!

We only had eight players but Beaconsfield agreed to match our number so we played eight a side. We batted first and found the going tough against some accurate Beaconsfield bowling. But the end result was that we ended in the positive at 248. We only lost three wickets but missed endless singles due to most of batsmen failing to back up.

Our bowling response was excellent. Compared to earlier season games our accuracy has come on in leaps and bounds, far fewer wides and no balls. We took four Beaconsfield wickets but it should have been more. Kamikazi running from Beaconsfield was matched by Keystone Cops fielding from Winchmore Hill so many run outs were missed. Ultimately we lost but those fumbles in the field cost us dearly.  We so easily could have been the winning side.

Well done to all the players and supporters who survived the bleak conditions.

 

20th July 2017 Posted by Glynis Culley

WOOBURN U10 TOURNAMENT

Well done to our U10 6 a side team who reached the quarter final of the Wooburn Tournament today. Three good scalps, GX, Wooburn and Farnham Common, in the pool secton meant an encounter with Cookham Dean in the quarter final. CD proved too strong so our team was eliminated. A great effort though boys.

16th July 2017 Posted by Glynis Culley

A BRAVE EFFORT

It was such a shame that the last U14 League game finished with the team having only eight players albeit eight quality players!

The trip to Wendover ended in defeat but it was not due to the lack of players more to the state of the wicket. Clearly the home side knew what to expect as they batted first and cautiously accumulated 105 runs. There were many singles and few boundaries due to rather long boundaries and the basin shaped ground. The WH bowlers did extremely well. Although only three wickets were taken the discipline of the bowlers was much improved, only one wide and one no ball. Such a difference from the beginning of the season.

The crunch came when we went out to bat. The Wendover bowlers knew that pace was not the answer to getting wickets. Their slow low deliveries, sometimes almost rolling , were the undoing of several of our batsmen. It is extremely hard to attack a ball that is barely inches off the ground. We became becalmed through the first half of the innings and when attack became a necessity it was too late and too difficult. Full marks to everyone for their fantastic effort in getting to 67.

14th July 2017 Posted by Glynis Culley