The U12s play their last league game of the season at home against Chalfont St Giles on Thursday.
Why not come and watch. The net will be available and the Clubhouse will be open. It looks like the weather is going to be fine so take advantage of this and come and support the U12s.
This coming Friday will be the last supervised coaching session of the season. Club members may use the net at any time during the school holidays but an adult must be present and the correct cricket equipment must be used.
Sunday morning sessions will continue to the end of August.
The net is to be refurbished in the week beginning 28th July. I cannot give you a specific date yet. It has been a long time getting this work sorted and financed but I am sure it will be well worth it.
Dear Glynis I’m really sorry about the match last Friday. I’ve been looking through my emails and phone to try and find the emails you sent me but none have come through. Normally I would respond quickly to my emails, especially when confirming matches. Due to an admin error on our end I didn’t have the correct date for the game. Apologies Ben
Sadly he forgot to look on his own club's website where the match was clearly stated! It's so easy to blame social media.....I don't buy it at all! They did not want to play so conveniently forgot about the fixture.
The U10s had an exciting win against Bledlow Ridge at Penn House Park. Bledlow arrived with only eight players but WH allowed two of their team bat again and we lent them two fielders so they could field ten.
We fielded first and got off to a blistering start. In the first four overs we took four wickets and only conceded four runs. Sadly things then went downhill with Bledlow feasting on a host of wides, no balls and bad balls! Runs started to flow for Bledlow and they ended on a very respectable 265. WH did take 11 wickets, which was a blessing otherwise the total would have been huge!
So WH went out to bat looking to keep wickets in tact and gradually accumulating runs. We did lose wickets, one to a usual WH run out mess up. Bear and Robbie batted sensibly and kept their wickets in tact leaving captain of the day, Sam, and Alex H to score 15 runs to overtake the Bledlow total. The pair managed the task in the last over despite some accurate Bledlow bowling. WH ended on 268, a win by three runs. An excellent result from a very well contested game.
From the left: Thomas Easterbrook, Robbie Dawson, Dylan Youens, Bryn Crampsie, Camera Shy Shaan Majithia, Lucas Barnett-Harris, Ethan Horne