Senior Fixture on Thursday at Sutton

After a cancellation from another Club we have received an invite to play in Sutton’s Cricket Week this Thursday, (23rd June 2016), which we have accepted following enough interest when collecting availabilities over the weekend.

We still have one place to fill, (and another “I’ll play if short” person is happy to step down if anyone else is keen), so if you are interested in playing, please contact JT or Ralphie.

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Adi Taylor

Narrow Trust League Win for the Academy

Sunday 19th June 2016
Surrey Trust League
Stoke D’Abernon 213 all out (32.4 overs)
Godalming 209 all out (39.4 overs)
Stoke D’Abernon won by 4 runs

Stoke’s Academy nearly paid the penalty for not using 7.2 of their allotted 40 overs at Godalming, but did enough to maintain their 100% record in the competition with a narrow win.

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Weather Rain

No Play in Saturday League Games

Saturday 18th June 2016
Travelbag Surrey Championship

Frustration for Stoke’s League XIs as both games were lost to the weather.

Division 5 – 1st XI Competition
Stoke D’Abernon v Haslemere
Match Abandoned without a ball bowled

Despite a tremendous effort all week by groundsman Ian Hopton to get a playable surface and both sides keen to wait until the absolute latest to shake hands on an abandonment, the ultimately correct decision to call off the game was made at 2.45pm.

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This Girl Can

This Girl Can…Play Cricket

As our followers are aware, Stoke Molesey Ladies CC are one of only c250 clubs registered for This Girl Can…Play Cricket. (Previous links :

Sport England’s national campaign has really made a difference to women across the UK and further. More women are now wanting to try new activities and take part in sport and exercise in a way they want, rather than what previous expectations were.

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Stoke progress in Surrey Championship T20

Tuesday 14th June 2016
Surrey Championship T20 – Round 2
Stoke D’Abernon v Maori Oxshott
Stoke D’Abernon won on bowl-out

Despite a great effort from Messers Hopton and Miller to get the Stoke Rec playable, a sensible decision was taken not to play with a large proportion of the square reduced to mud, and water coming up under feet in places. Bad news for the Gudgeon clan as Will was one of many happy to play in front of brother Tom and Dad Chris, the latter in the UK for the week from Canada.

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