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Under 17s defeat East Molesey by 10 wickets

West Surrey Youth Cricket League

East Molesey U17s 73 all out (18.4 overs)

Stoke D’Abernon U17s 74 for 0 (11 overs)

Stoke D’Abernon Under 17s won by 10 wickets

More good news from Tim Dyer who reports as follows…

On the morning that England were to exit another football World Cup, courtesy of Germany, SDCC Under 17s visited East Molesey CC. Football may not be coming home, but the Under 17s fortunes remain in good shape. Read more

Many positives for the Academy despite defeat to Spencer

Surrey Trust League

Spencer 260 for 9 (40 overs)

Stoke D’Abernon 128 all out (29.3 overs)

Spencer, (4 points), beat Stoke D’Abernon, (0 points), by 132 runs

With a certain football event happening at the same time as this match, Stoke’s resources at Academy level were stretched to the limit; less of a problem for the opposition who had over 700 colts to select from for this match. Read more

1st XI declare to force win but lose at Kingstonian

Surrey Championship Division 5

Stoke D’Abernon 240 for 8 dec (52.5 overs)

Kingstonian 242 for 7 (46.4 overs)

Kingstonian, (13 points), beat Stoke D’Abernon, (0 points), by 3 wickets

A brave declaration on a good batting track went unrewarded as Kingstonian became the latest club to move into promotion contention in the most erratic of divisions, securing a last over win over a Stoke side who went into the match top of the ladder. Read more

2nd XI lose to Hampton Wick Royal but remain top

Surrey Championship Division 5

Stoke D’Abernon 2nd XI 142 all out (45.5 overs)

Hampton Wick Royal 2nd 143 for 1 (32.3 overs)

Hampton Wick Royal 2nd XI, (13 points), beat Stoke D’Abernon 2nd XI by 9 wickets

2nd XI competition table toppers Stoke D’Abernon suffered a comprehensive defeat at the hands of second placed Hampton Wick Royal at the Rec; but still lead the league. Read more

Under 9s / Under 10s Latest

Latest on the Under 9s from Manager Johnny Lawes…

Sunday 20th June – League match v Epsom – Won by 225 runs

(Match report from Jeremy Muir) Stoke beat Epsom by 225 runs, (415 to their 190.) A faultless performance from our boys captained by Tom E, although Epsom fielded a very young and inexperienced side. We lost no wickets to their loss of 13. Four from Ben, (three in one over), three from Charlie, (in one over with a maiden in his other), 2 to Alfie with one each from Ollie, Freddy, Tom and Oscar (who also took a couple of the catches at square leg).  Extras were kept to a creditable 24. Batting partnerships were Freddy & Tom 61, Oscar & Charlie 61, Ollie & Jeffrey 41 and Ben & Alfie 52, (Ben hitting two sixes.) Highest individual score Ben with 34, followed by Oscar on 27 and Freddy on 22. Man of the Match : Ben  Read more

Surrey Trust League Player of the Season

After the team photo was taken on Sunday there was an additional presentation made to Will Gudgeon who was chosen as our Surrey Trust League Player of the Year for the 2009 season.

The winners from each club are presented with a signed bat kindly donated by Surrey CCC, and a Surrey Pro usually does the honours on Finals Day. Sadly Will was unable to attend last year so he received his signed bat from Ralphie, (not a Surrey Pro), after Sunday’s match. Read more

6 wins in a row for Stoke 2s as Pagie leads us home

Surrey Championship Division 5

Cranleigh 2nd XI 205 for 9

Stoke D’Abernon 2nd XI 206 for 4

Stoke D’Abernon 2nd XI, (13 points), beat Cranleigh 2nd XI by 6 wickets

Whilst the day had started quite brightly (weather wise) it clouded over at lunchtime and as the day wore on we got slowly colder. Still, the conditions were good for swing bowling and having won the toss Matt asked Cranleigh to bat first. A great start for Stoke saw the visitors 12-2 early on. Crispy was fit to bowl again and got the ball moving early on, taking a wicket in his 3rd over. Shortly afterwards the dangerous Greaves tried to take a run off a misfield, only to see Ali Mac recover the ball and throw down the stumps from mid off. Read more

Under 9s – Latest

Match reports from Duncan Stewart… 

Friday 11th June – Gladys Chitty match v Esher – Lost by 6 runs

Esher elected to field first, with Stoke reaching 247 in their 16 overs.  Olly top scored with ten with everyone else chipping in a few.  The outfield was large and slow making 4s difficult to come by, (only two scored in the whole match.)  On a positive note, Stoke only lost 3 wickets in their 16 overs compared to Esher’s five.  There’s still work to be done on running between the wickets. The bowling and fielding was much improved from the last game, with some strong bowling figures from Nicholas, Rory, Olly, and a great first over by Matthew. There was also some great keeping from Zach.  Read more