2XI vs Westcott CC

Match report - Old Woking CC 2nd XI vs Westcott CC

Westcott won the toss and elected to bowl

Old Woking 170-6, Dean Simon Stenning 53

Westcott 108 all out, Sanjeev Bidur 3-11

Old Woking won by 62 runs

With the team finalised only hours before the start, Old Woking were put in to bat on a green-ish pitch in testing overhead conditions. Westcott’s opening bowlers Green and Parker were able to exert some early pressure, with Parker’s control of swing in particular making it a challenge for openers Raymond Oliver and Elizabeth Jurczenko to score quick runs but were nonetheless able to see off this testing period of the game with a solid partnership of 32. Oliver (10) was the first to be dismissed, trapped lbw by Green, before Jurczenko (15) followed shortly after, missing out on a loose delivery from Hopkins.

A busy 11 from Edward H Smith set up Dean Stenning and Sanjeev Bidur to go through the gears as they began to take the game away from Westcott, scoring 53 and 42 respectively. Stenning’s knock contained some powerful hitting, including two massive sixes down the ground before they were both caught trying to accelerate towards the end of the innings, which was finished off by Tom Outteridge (11*) and Brendon Stewartson (2*). The final few overs were not without controversy, Outteridge finding himself the recipient of some good fortune when he skied a chance in the third to last over. Batting partner Stewartson and bowler Badman collided and fell to the ground when the latter attempted to take a straight forward catch off his own bowling in what was determined a ‘cricketing incident’ by the umpires.  Old Woking set a solid total of 171 for Westcott to win.

Disciplined bowling from Sumeet Goswami and Stenning made the chase a difficult task for Westcott right from the off. Stenning’s figures of 2-3 from his 6 overs put Westcott on the back foot before Jurczenko continued her good form with the ball to take 2-22, with several half-chances in her spell.  Rain interrupted play for about 20 minutes, after which Old Woking’s spinners came on to finish the job. Westcott’s opener Green made a good 28 before Ed Smith (2-19) took his wicket with his first ball following a smart catch at point by Bidur.

Will Carter, drafted in just before the start of play, claimed match figures of 1-21 with some promising off-spin before Bidur came on to clean up with 3-11. Elliot Smith kept the Westcott batsmen honest throughout, displaying quick hands behind the stumps in his debut as 2s wicket-keeper.

The win was Old Woking’s third of the season and gives them encouragement to finish the 2017 campaign on a high note.

1XI vs Wonersh CC

Match Report: Saturday 1st XI, Surrey Downs League

Old Woking CC 1st XI vs Wonersh CC 1st XI 

Saturday, 26 August 2017

Ground: Queen Elizabeth Way


Toss: Wonersh CC won the toss and elected to bowl first


Result: Old Woking CC defeat Wonersh CC by 172 runs.



Old Woking CC 1st XI 305-7  (40 overs)

Wonersh CC 1st XI 133-9 (40 overs)



Old Woking CC 1st XI : Aaron Freeland - 108, Gary Sirman-85, Nikhil Kadyan - 63

Wonersh CC 1st XI : Darrell Carpenter-39, Sanjeev Bidur-3-5, Nick Collin-2-16


Old Woking Ride on Freeland’s Ton towards Division 2 Championship


Aaron Freeland’s second consecutive century setup a crushing victory of 172 runs over visiting Wonersh Cricket Club in the penultimate game of the Surrey Downs League Division 2 at Old Woking CC. The home side strengthened their position at top of the table going into the final game of the season needing only 5 points to emerge as Division 2 Champions.


The visitors won the toss and decided to bowl first on what looked like a good wicket to bat on. A. Freeland started the innings from where he left off last week smashing boundaries and sixes at will with N. Collin enjoying his batting from the non-striker’s end as Freeland took most of the strike. The free flowing batting display brought up a century partnership before N. Collin fell for 16. A scintillating innings of 108 by Aaron that included 6 boundaries and 10 sixes came to an end in the 23rd over. The home side looked to capitalise on the solid start as Gary Sirman (85) and Nikhil Kadyan (63) put on a 94 run partnership for the 4th wicket to help the home side post an ominous total of 305 runs from 40 overs.


Wonersh had a tough ask of chasing at 7.5 runs an over from the beginning. The opening spell by skipper Tim Dalton (2-22) and Andy Collin ensured the visitors were always behind the asking rate as double strike by Dalton dented the chase by removing the dangerous K. Kamato. It was an uphill task from there as the batting unit never really looked like getting close to the required run rate. As the home side looked to get maximum points from the game, leg spinner Sanjeev Bidur produced an excellent display of spin bowling by picking up 3 wickets just for 5 runs. In the end, the visitors were only able to reach 133 for the loss of 9 wickets batting out their full quota of 40 overs.

1XI vs Oakwood Hill CC

Match Report: Saturday 1st XI, Surrey Downs League

Oakwood Hill 2nd XI vs Old Woking 1st XI

Ground: Oakwood HIl

Toss: Old Woking CC won the toss and decided to bowl first

Result: Old Woking won by 6 wickets.


Oakwood Hill 2nd XI – 205 for 7 (40)

Old Woking CC 1st XI – 208 for 4 (25.3)


Old Woking CC 1st XI: Dean Stenning 2-15, Aaron Freeland 106, Lee Stenning 62*.

Man Of the Match

Aaron Freeland

Old Woking won the toss and elected to bowl first, some tight bowling early on saw the travelling side take command of the game, Dean Stenning (2-15) and Andy Collin (1-42) combing really well to keep the lower order of Oakwood Hill at bay.  Mick Dawson opened the batting for the home side and dug in really well to accumulate a chanceless 53 before falling to the superb bowling of Sanjeev Bidur (1-29), who was unlucky not to take more that one wicket in the game. It was Bidur and Nikhil Kadyan (1-32) who helped get the Woking team back on track in the middle overs when their fielding performance was well below par. Oakwood Hill started teeing off to bolster the scoreboard late on and it paid dividends with Simon Ely notching a quick fire 43 before falling to Matt Coomber (2-45), the innings ended with Old Woking chasing 205.

Old Woking got off to a bleak start with the bat, losing a wicket in the first over. From there on it with smooth sailing with Aaron Freeland opening from the other end in some fashion. Hitting his first ball for 6, his intent was clear from the off. It only took Freeland 18 balls to bring up his half century, 25 balls later and he brought up his maiden league century before falling to R Ely (1-50) on 106. Lee Stenning pushed on from there and played very sensibly to take the side home with a faultless 62 not out. George Smith batted nicely for his 16 before being dismissed to peach of a delivery by Toby Dawson. But it was Lee Stenning and Sanjeev Bidur who got the travelling side home with 6 wickets and 14 overs to spare. A very good win for Old Woking.

Sunday vs Woking & Horsell CC

OWCC continued its good form with another convincing win today against Woking & Horsell. OWCC lost the toss and bowled first.  Opening bowler Jason Orriss got the team off to a dream start removing the opening batsmen caught off the second ball of the game. W&H No.3 batsmen came out with an aggressive intent going after to bowling and took them to 29 off 7 overs.  Abilash Panicker then removed No.3 and No.4 batsmen in consecutive balls to leave them reeling at 29- 3 off 8 overs.  It was all downhill for the away team after that as they kept losing wickets at regular intervals and was bowled out for 46 in 23.2 overs. All the bowlers chipped in with wickets. Nikhil Kadyan got 3 wickets with some very tight spin bowling. Shiv Ram took 2 and Lewis Hockley cleaned up the tail taking 2 wickets.

OWCC chased the score down in 5 overs losing only one wicket. Aaron John-rodders Freeland 22 not out  and George Smith 17 not out.

1XI vs Horsley & Send CC

Match Report: Saturday 1st XI, Surrey Downs League

Horsley and Send XI vs Old Woking 1st XI

Ground: Horsley and Send

Toss: Old Woking CC won the toss and decided to bowl first

Result: Horsley and Send defeated by Old Woking CC by 3 wickets.


Horsley and Send XI 197 all out (38 overs)

Old Woking CC 1st XI 200 (31.4)


Old Woking CC 1st XI: Dean Stenning  3-25, A Collin 3-25, A Freeland 81 not out and S Sanjeev Bidur 39 not out.

Man Of the Match

Aaron Freeland

Old Woking Cricket Club won the toss and elected to bowl first. Old Woking had a great start after removing the first batsman's middle stump in the first over. Both Nick Collin (0-22) and Dean Stenning kept the bowing tight.  A partnership began to build by number two and three batsmen until Dean Stenning struck again, this time removing the leg stump of number two batsman for just two runs. Another sturdy partnership began to build seeing batsman number 3 to a well-made 35, until a rather fortunate run out. Spin bowling was then employed at both ends by Nikhil Kadyan and Sanjeev Bidur. This kept the overs ticking along and the run rate very low. During this spell Nikhil Kadyan and Sanjeev Bidur picked up the wickets of batsmen number 5 and 6 for just 1 and 0 respectively. As both bowlers reach the end of their spells Dom Prisco was brought into the attack to add to the spin., but unfortunately batsman number 4 stood strong at the opposite end, accumulating runs, forcing Dom Prisco out of the attack, leaving him with figures of 0-21. Sumeet Goswami was brought in, but this did not seem to deter the batsmen. At this point Andy Collin took a scorching catch off Sumeet Goswami to remove batsman number 8 for just 10, leaving Sumeet Goswami with figures of 1-24. Old Woking Cricket Club needed an experienced hand to produce some quiet overs and Andy Collin was the choice of the captain, finishing with figures of 3-25, with two wickets in two balls to bring Horsley and Send to 170-9. Some excellent pinch hitting from batsmen number 4 took the total to 197. The final wicket fell to Dean Stenning in the 38th over, leaving the fast bowler with figures of 3-25. A target of 198 was set by the home side.

The Old Woking Innings got off to a keen start with openers Nick Collin and Ray Oliver producing 32 runs off just eight overs, before an excellent delivery dismissed Ray Oliver for just 6. A bowling change was made which immediately took the wicket of NIck Collin (23)and number four, Sravan Athuru for just four. This gave Horsley and Send the upper hand until Aaron Freeland and Nikhil Kadyan came to the crease. Both began to score freely, with runs flowing with the first one hundred runs in just fourteen overs. Nikhil Kadyan was dismissed for 19. George Smith came to the crease for a brief period striking some lusty blows, however the latest introduction to the attack removed George Smith (13) and then Dean Stenning (0). t was then up to Sanjeev Bidur to steady the ship. Aaron Freeland and Sanjeev Bidur succeeded in keeping the attack at bay and secured a winning partnership taking Old Woking to the finish line with eight overs to spare. Aaron Freeland finished on a match winning 81 not out, whilst Sanjeev Bidur secured a helpful 39, giving Old Woking their ninth win of the season.

Sunday XI vs Wimbledon United

OWCC were up against Wimbledon United today. OWCC won the toss and batted first. Opener George Smith got the team off the to a flier with a quick fire 22 runs. Some tight bowling from the oppos saw OWCC lose 3 quick wickets. OWCC were 36 for 3 off 10. Lewis Hockley and Abilash Panicker came together and got the team to 112 off 22 before Lewis got out for 34 runs. Abilash then batted through with the rest of the batting line up to take OWCC to a respectable 178-8 off 40 overs. Abilash ended with 83 not out.

OWCC opening bowlers Jason Orriss and Shiv Ram responded well by removing the top 4 batsmen in the first 6 overs. Jason and Shiv taking 2 wickets each. Second change Antony Stephens and Adam Kruger  kept up the good work by openers with some tight bowling. They took 3 wickets amongst them to leave the oppos reeling at 84 -7. Antony with 2 wickets and Adam with one. The tail was finished off by Abilash and Lewis. Oppos were bowled out for 107.

Well played everyone!!

1XI vs Wonersh CC

Date – 24/06/2017

League - Surrey Downs Division 2

Home Side – Wonersh Cricket Club (146-6)

Away Side – Old Woking Cricket Club (145-8)

Man of the Match – Sanjeev Bidur

Old Woking Cricket Club came up against Wonersh Cricket Club. Old Woking Cricket Club lost the toss and were put into bat first. The opening batsmen, Gary Sirman and Ray Oliver, looked to get off to a safe start until the 11th over when Ray Oliver got out for LBW, with Old Woking Cricket Club on 29. The next 11 overs didn't go to plan with 4 more wickets falling, reaching 22 overs at 61-5. Some stability did come from Elizabeth Jurczenko(31) and Sujith Subbiah(29) who got us to the the 33rd over with  106 on the board when Sujith Subbiah's wicket fell. Captain Dean Stenning came into score a quick 17 before being dismissed followed by Abilash Panicker who ended the innings not out for 6. Elizabeth Jurczenko's wicket fell on the 2nd to last ball of the innings giving one ball to face for Sanjeev Bidur. Old Woking Cricket Club finished 145-8.

Old Woking Cricket Club knew they had to bowl well to defend the low total. They got off to a great start with a run out on the first ball from some superb fielding from Abilash Panicker. This was short lived however when Wonersh Cricket Club's third batsman came in to score a quick 41 off 35 balls, resulting in the opposition getting 64 off the first 10 overs. Some fantastic spin bowling from Sanjeev Bidur(1-10) and Gary Sirman(2-21) gave the opposition little to no room for easy runs to be scored, taking us to 24 overs and a score of 97-4. Old Woking Cricket Club tried to push Wonersh Cricket Club's batsmen to the end but it was not enough with Wonersh getting the victory in the 35th over finishing the day 146-6.

2XI vs Horsley & Send CC

Match report - Horsley and Send CC 2nd XI vs Old Woking CC 2nd XI Surrey Downs League 3rd Division Saturday 3 June 2017

Old Woking won the toss and elected to bat

Old Woking 232-6, Horsley and Send 85 all out.

Old Woking win by 147 runs.

Matt Coomber 139 n.o.

Andy Collin 6-15

Old Woking 2s were able to secure their first league win of the season with a comprehensive win over Horsley and Send.

Old Woking won the toss and chose to bat but their innings did not get off to the best start. Two quick wickets for Horsley and Send found Old Woking 17-2, both wickets taken by Matthew Drew. However Old Woking were able to rally around a powerful batting display from Matt Coomber, who scored a dominating 139 not out from 108 balls, including 16 fours and 5 sixes covering every corner of the ground. Coomber could count on support from Tom Outteridge (24),  Conor Hockley (19) and a late cameo from Andy Collin who scored 16 from twelve deliveries. Old Woking were able to secure maximum batting points and posted a commanding total of 232-6 from their 40 overs.

In response Horsley and Send got off to a strong start and put on 42 for the first wicket, with young Jamie Harrison scoring 28 at a quick rate. Priyank Jain (1-14) was able to make the breakthrough, and bowled with great control throughout his spell. Connor Hockley claimed figures of 1-22, but the real damage was done by Andy Collin who took 6 wickets at an average of 2.5. Collin’s first victim, Ray Kearney, was caught at gulley after fine work by Daniel Hiscocks, whilst Collin did all the work himself for his other five wickets. Good work in the field from Matt Coomber and Elizabeth Jurczenko contributed to the run out of Doug Warwick, with the final wicket taken by the spin of Sanjeev Bidur.

Old Woking can be pleased with their display with both bat and ball and will be hoping that this win leads to an upturn in form and a climb up the league table.

Man of the match – Matt Coomber

1XI vs Ockham CC

Date – 27/05/2017

League - Surrey Downs Division 2

Home Side – Ockham Cricket Club (178-6)

Away Side – Old Woking Cricket Club (212-4)

Man of the Match – Sravan Athuru

Old Woking Cricket Club came up against Ockham Cricket Club who have given us some good games over the years. Captain Dean Stenning won the toss and elected to bat first. The opening batsmen, Nick Collin and Ray Oliver, looked to get off to a good start until the 6th over when Nick Collin's wicket fell, followed not long by Elizabeth Jurczenko and Matt Coomber. By this point Old Woking Cricket Club were 48-3 off 12 overs. When batsman number 5, Sravan Athuru, came into bat a solid partnership was needed and they did not disappoint, with a mesmerising display of batting from Sravan Athuru scoring his first hundred and finishing on 106. Sravan Athuru was well supported by Ray Oliver who scored 51 not out. It was not until the last over of the innings that Sravan Athuru wicket fell, and Old Woking Cricket Club finished on 212-4.

Old Woking Cricket Club knew they had a good total to defend but Ockham Cricket Club were not going to make it easy. The opening bowlers, Dean Stenning and Nick Collin, learnt this quickly when Dean Stennings first over went for 8 runs. He recovered quickly, bowling out their quick fire batsman for 8 in his 2nd over. Nick Collin(21-1) relieved the other opening batsman of their wicket as well. After 10 overs Ockham Cricket Club were 32-2 and well  behind the run rate, when Andy Collin (20-1) and Grant Dean(44-1) came on to bowl. Both bowlers didn't let the run rate get away with some tight bowling and secured a wicket each. The next bowlers, Sumeet Goswami and Dom Prisco, also made it difficult for the batsmen and after 30 overs Ockham Cricket Club were 116-4, making it a big ask to get the remaining runs in 10 overs. Ockham's captain, Ash Doherty, was not going to let it be easy getting 76 not out. Sumeet Goswami's bowling spell ended finishing 21-1, which lead to Dean Stenning coming back on for his 2nd spell getting a wicket in his first over, finishing his spell for 27-2. Ockham Cricket Club put up a good fight but finished on 178-6, giving Old Woking Cricket Club another victory.

Sunday XI vs Claygate CC

Date: 21/05/2017

Home Side: OWCC

Away Side: Claygate CC

 It was another win for the OWCC's Sunday team today. OWCC lost the toss and was put into bat. The batting was led by David Pope  who continued his good form from last week scoring a well paced 53 runs. He was well supported by Matt Coomber. Once David Pope got out there was a mini collapse leaving us 115 -6 after 23 overs. It was up to Matt Coomber to hold the innings together which he did by scoring a brilliant 77 not out. He was ably supported by Lee Goodchild and Mohan Raj Kathiresan scoring 18 and 15 respectively. We ended up on 202 runs off 40 overs. OWCC  started the bowling with some tight overs at the start by Abilash Panicker and Lee Goodchild. Lee  provided the first breakthrough. Soon after all the bowlers kept chipping in with wickets at regular intervals. Rajesh Ramaswamy was the pick of the bowlers who took 3 wickets. Mohan Raj took 2 and there was 1 wicket each for Lee Goodchild,  Matt Coomber and David Pope. The oppos were all out in the 35th over for 148. Best moment of the match had to be when Michael Dean ran out the batsman with a brilliant throw from the boundary .  He also got his first adult wicket today.  Well done team!

1st XI vs Woldingham Village CC

Date – 20/05/2017

League - Surrey Downs Division 2

Home Side – Old Woking Cricket Club (164-8)

Away Side – Woldingham Village Cricket Club (93-all out-27 overs)

Man of the Match – Lee Stenning

Old Woking Cricket Club came up against top of the league Woldingham Village Cricket Club, who won the toss and elected to bowl first, as the pitch looked like a bowlers paradise. Old Woking Cricket Club didn't get off to the best start losing one of their opening batsmen in the 2nd over, which led to Gary Sirman coming in, scoring a respectable 21 in difficult batting conditions. By the 15th over of the innings, Old Woking Cricket Club had lost 4 wickets. Lee Stenning came in to bat at number 5, putting on a masterful display, scoring 50 runs and was well supported by Conor Hockley (11) and Dean Stenning (13). Abilash Panicker was the next batsmen in scoring a quick fire 44 in 20 balls, ending Old Woking Cricket Clubs innings on 164-8.

Old Woking Cricket Club got off to an amazing start with the opening bowling attack of Dean Stenning and Abilash Panicker. Dean Stenning removed their opening batsman with the 3rd ball of the innings, followed by the other opening batsman an over later. Abilash Panicker dismissed batsmen number 3 and 4 shortly after. Old Woking Cricket Club also ran out one of their batsman with some quick fielding from the captain Dean Stenning. After 10 overs Woldingham Village Cricket Club were 5 down with 32 runs scored. The bowling attack changed for Grant Dean and star bowler Tim Dalton, who removed the next 4 batsmen with little defence from the opposition, who were then 57-9 off 18 overs. The away side had a slight come back from the last wicket which got them from 93 runs. The final wicket fell with a spectacular diving catch from Nick Collin, leaving Tim Dalton finishing the innings with 5 wickets for 6 runs and giving the home side another victory.

1XI vs Ockley

Date – 13/05/2017

League - Surrey Downs Division 2

Home Side - Ockley Cricket Club (152-6)

Away Side - Old Woking Cricket Club (153-3)

Man of the Match – Andy Collin


Old Woking Cricket Club played their first away game of the season to Ockley Cricket Club. Old Woking elected to field first, with the bowling attack led by Dean Stenning and Abilash Panicker. It would have been a dream start for Old Woking as Abilash Panicker got the first wicket to dismiss one of the opening batsmen, but the other batsman, Neil Fletcher, was dropped by Gary Sirman twice. Neil Fletcher went on to score 84, partnering with D. Claydon, who scored a much needed 40. It was not until Andy Collin came into bowl that the wickets began to fall again. With figures of 31-4, Andy Collin was the pick of the bowlers. When Dean Stenning came back on to bowl for his second spell there was another opportunity to remove Neil Fletcher and prevent him from getting any more runs. The catch went to Gary Sirman who managed to keep hold of it this time, finishing Ockley's innings on 152-6.


Old Woking's batting attack was led by Matt Prisco and Gary Sirman. The duo built a fantastic batting display, achieving a partnership of 96 runs in the first 14 overs, with Gary Sirman getting 51 before he was caught. Matt Prisco went on to score a well deserved 61 before he was stumped. By this point in the game Old Woking were 114-2 after 17 overs and it was looking like a sure victory for the away side. A quick defense was made by Ockley Cricket Club getting out Old Woking number 3 batsman Sravan Athuru for 4 but that was as far as the comeback went for the home team. Sujith Subbiah and Rajesh Ramaswamy (21) scored the remaining runs with little trouble securing Old Woking's second consecutive match win of 153-3 with 18 overs remaining.

1XI vs Send & Horsely

League - Surrey Downs Division 2

 Home Side - Old Woking Cricket Club (246-9)

 Away Side - Send & Horsley (155-7)

 Man of the Match - Aaron Freeland


Old Woking Cricket Club's first league game of the season did not get off to the start they would have wanted, after winning the toss against Send and Horsley, Dean Stenning's side elected to bat and there was a swift collapse of the top order, that left the team 4 wickets down after 8 overs for 30 runs. This was due to the high class bowling of Toby Hernandez who finished his bowling spell with 5-35. It was not until Aaron Freeland came in at number 6 with a quick fire 74 runs off 44 balls, that gave Old Woking a much needed boost after the disappointing start. Dean Stenning also contributed to the score sheet securing 36 runs, followed by Abilash Panicker (29) and Tim Dalton (34) adding further runs.Old Woking finished with a very defendable score of 246-9.


Old Woking went out to bowl with Dean Stenning and Abilash Panicker leading the attack and preventing the opposition getting off to a good start. Later, Grant Dean and Tim Dalton to take some important wickets, with Grant Dean taking most of the wickets with 3 for 40 and Tim Dalton taking the lead batsman who was scoring quickly. Tim Dalton ended his spell with 1-14 off 5 overs. Next to the bowling attack came Sumeet Goswami and Lewis Hockley. At this point it looked like victory was out of reach for the opposition, who needed close to 14 runs an over to secure a win. Abilash Panicker came on for his second spell and dismissed their best batman on the day, Toby Hernandez, who was run out on a respectable score of 47 runs. This lead to Old Woking winning the first league game comfortably with Send and Horsley finishing their innings with 155-7.

Welcome to the 2017 season!

Countdown to the 2017 season is nearly done, only 2 weeks Saturday!

Pre-season drinks will be next Saturday, if you're free, pop along for a catch up before the cricket starts.

7.30 onwards at the clubhouse.

Looking forward to what this season brings, and if you are wishing to join us for the first time, feel free to drop us a message for more information, or simply pop along next Saturday evening.

The Spider Cup 6 a-side

Today see's a few of our players featuring a rememberants tornament for The Spider Trophy at Ripley Cricket Club. To play the game in an interesting way we've selected each games team out of a hat.. Hopefully it goes well for us!

Squad: Matt Coomber, David Pope, Nikhil Kadyan, Monty Milbourn, Lee Stenning, Jason Orriss, Grant Dean.

Manager: Brendon Stewartson. 

Scorer: Cat Jurczenko. 


And so it begins...

A heatwave is coming and so is the start of the league season! The Saturday 1st XI are travelling to Tadworth looking to kick off the season with a win, Dave Pope and his men have looked in fine form in the pre season practice, let's see if they can continue that into the league matches!  

At home this week the Saturday 2nd XI welcome Burgh Heath to Old Woking, Matt Coomber's side ended the last campaign in blistering form, winning 5 games back to back, they'll be looking to challenge for the league title this year, with games commencing at 1.30pm. 

Nikhil's Sunday Side are off just down the road, Ripley Courtiers, on a day where the weather is supposed to be hotter than Ibiza, what a day for it! 

There's clearly a buzz around the ground and the excitement and anticipation builds for a weekend full of cricket! 


Season is on its way

This evening our pre season groundwork date has been set, Saturday 9th April at 10am. This is our chance to get members and prospective members down to help get the ground ready for the impending season. There will be bacon and sausage baps and plenty of hot beverages available at a small cost.  

As the saying goes, many hands make light work, so we hope to see as many faces down as possible.