Three young Surrey stars, two from Stoke, have been selected for the ECB Girls Junior Super 4s competition – due to take place at Wellington College from August 17th-20th.
Lucy Binns, Natalie Sciver, (both from Stoke D’Abernon CC), and Cecily Scutt – all of whom have been regulars for Surrey’s successful Women’s team this season – will take their place in the competition, which features 52 of the best young players in the country, all competing to be the England stars of the future. Read more
We have now managed to add some photos from the Colts Days which took place in 2007 and 2008.
If you check out our new gallery section on the site – http://www.stokecc.co.uk/news/?page_id=701 – you can see the photos.
More news from Johnny Lawes and his Management Team…
Saturday 3rd July – Gladys Chitty League v Teddington
Lost by 36 runs.
Many thanks to Duncan Stewart for running this and his report is as follows:
Having lost the toss, Stoke were put in to bat, and got off to a great start through Jack and Matthew, Jack in particular hitting some lovely fours, and ultimately top scoring. Zach and Harry capitalised on this with a great second pair partnership, with Harry also hitting three fours. A mid-innings collapse of sorts saw 5 cheap wickets go down pegging back our score, although a couple of good shots from Rory and Thomas got us to a respectable 264 against some pretty accurate bowling from bowlers who definitely didn’t look Under 8 – I will be asking for birth certificate proof next time! Read more
Regular followers of the site will have seen Tim Handel’s continued selection for the Surrey Championship Representative side, (the selection made from Divisions 2 to 5.)
The League side have now made it to the final of the Sovereign Trophy. Details of the seni-final as follows: Read more
Nick Handel has kindly sent us the following photos from the 1st XI match v Dorking.
…and holds on to the return catch…
…and turns to see his appeal upheld…
…and receives congratulations from the Hik-Man… Read more
Many thanks to those of you who came down to the club on Friday night to spend some money and enjoy the evening sun with a beer or two!
You will be delighted to hear that we raised a whopping £1,450 from the stalls, games, bar and BBQ. As you know this money will be put towards the cost of the synthetic wicket, leaving us with a very achievable £1,500 balance to hit our target. Read more
In our last report, the Under 15s had qualification for the semi-finals in their own hands. Well, Adam Cooke has good news…
The last 48 hours have been very impressive, from being second in the league with a game in hand over first position to marching on to Weybridge Vandals next Sunday morning for the FINAL. Read more
Whilst Spain and Holland served up 120 minutes of dross, Sunday XI skipper Stephen Finch has news of a more exciting event…
“…A great game against Ashtead today, really showing what Sunday cricket is all about.
Ashtead won the toss, decided to bat, scored 271, one player got a hundred. Our star bowler was James Trower who bowled his longest ever spell, 18 overs for good figures, really restraining the runs. Star fielder was Ben Dunjay who stopped countless fours on the deep extra cover boundary and also a great catch to stop a six. Read more
West Surrey Youth Cricket League
Merrow U17 140 for 3 (20 overs)
Stoke D’Abernon U17s 110 for 8 (20 overs)
Merrow U17 won by 30 runs
Under 17 matches coming thick and fast at the moment, and there is a cup game at Banstead on Tuesday, too), so herewith another match report from Tim Dyer… Read more
Surrey Championship Division 5
Dorking 212 all out (51.3 overs)
Stoke D’Abernon 213 for 3 (35 overs)
Stoke D’Abernon, (13 points), beat Dorking, (0 points), by 7 wickets
Stoke captain Siddhartha Lahiri and Hiken Shah starred with ball and bat respectively as Stoke returned to winning ways with an efficient team performance over lowly Dorking. Read more