Category Archives: Women & Girls News


Ladies Update : Big Win and Missing Stats Restored

Sunday 11th June 2017
Women’s Cricket Southern League
Purley Redoubtables 25 all out (12.1 overs)
Stoke Molesey Ladies 29 for 3 (6.5 overs)
Stoke Molesey Ladies won by 7 wickets

In a match of interest to our most famous follower, Nat Sciver, having played for both clubs; Stoke Molesey Ladies made very short work of Purley at the weekend, dismissing them for just 25 in 12.1 overs.

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Nat Stars in World Cup Warm Up Win

Wickets and runs for Nat in England Women’s World Cup warm up match against the West indies.

Full CricInfo report here:

Nat has recently helped herself to a couple of hundreds for Surrey; 135 not out – then the wicket of Charlotte Edwards – against Hampshire, (, followed by 100 not out against Staffordshire, ( – note former Stoker Sophie Pout was in the runs in both games as well.

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Defeat for the Ladies but Many Positives

Sunday 4th June 2017
Womens Cricket Southern League
Stoke Molesey Ladies 124 all out (26.2 overs)
Finchley Guns 126 for 0 (23.3 overs)
Finchley Guns won by 10 wickets

Match report from Andy Berry…

Sunday saw the Stoke Molesey Ladies take on Finchley Guns in a Southern League clash.

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Gareth Townsend

Congrats to Gareth Townsend

Big congrats to Gareth Townsend as the Surrey CCC Academy was given a 100% mark in its annual ECB review.

Here are extracts from an article posted on the Surrey CCC web-site:

Conducted by former England Chairman of Selectors David Graveney, the review concluded that Academy Director Gareth Townsend “should be commended on running an Outstanding Academy programme, which delivers on its objectives of developing cricketers and people.”

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March Update for Women – Help Needed

Emma and SDCC have received a “March Update” from Vicki Howard, Cricket Participation Officer at Surrey CCC. The following items are applicable to the Stoke Molesey Ladies Section and we ask that you help Emma and Andy where you can:

Insights sessions with Lydia Greenway
We are lucky to have ex-England international Lydia Greenway, (, running insight sessions again this year, following the positive feedback received from last year’s sessions. With three sessions lined up, please don’t miss out in getting involved and taking the knowledge you learn back to your club environment.

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Nat Top Scores in Defeat for the Stars

Still no pattern to the results in this year’s edition of the Women’s Big Bash League as bottom-placed Renegades defeated Nat’s Stars in the Melbourne derby.

Nat top-scored with 37 – including the match’s only six – before being run out, (reports suggest she was left stranded), by England colleague Dani Wyatt. Nat also took a wicket in the fielding effort but the Stars were unable to defend their moderate total.

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