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James on the Surrey Honours Board

Congrats to James Miller on his 6-for making the top 3 on this week’s Play Cricket Surrey Honours Board:

James Miller Honours Board 7th May 2016

James is the 199th different Stoke bowler to have taken five wickets or more in an innings, and the 21st to have done so on debut…yes 21 people have achieved that feat, the record debut analyses courtesy of H.Cleaver who returned figures of 7.1-3-9-8 in his only appearance for the Club in 1920. James checks in in 3rd place on the list below. Read more

Ladies Top Table after ending Reigate Priory's Unbeaten Run

Women’s Surrey Trust League – Zone A

Stoke Molesey Ladies CC 89 for 2 (15 Overs)

Reigate Priory Ladies 1st XI 69 for 5 (15 overs)

Stoke Molesey Ladies CC won by 20 runs

Drew Patrick reports…

I am delighted to report that the Reigate Priory Ladies suffered their first defeat in two years at the hands of a very well organised Stoke Molesey Ladies team in a Surrey Trust League match played at Reigate on the evening of August 3rd. Read more

Awards Night Review

A good attendance at HQ last Saturday for the Annual Awards, despite the weather and other commitments, eg. overseas cricket commitments, university, dinners, holidays…

Fresh from celebrating their Championship at the Brit Oval the previous evening, the 2nd XI carried on and MC Drew Patrick made another formal presentation of the shield to 2nd XI captain Matt Gottschalk. Whilst on his feet, Matt was also given back the Australia Cup for the best overall contribution to the 2nd XI, having won the player’s vote last year as well. Read more

Valiant Ladies lose to Blackheath

From Stoke’s perspective, Sunday’s match represented in equal measure the frustration and the joy of league cricket, rolled into the ‘wacky’ package of a potential table-topping clash between Blackheath and SDCC.

The availability of Stoke’s players for this important match was ravaged by the combination of county cricket and A level revison. For inexplicable reasons, Surrey CCC decided to book matches for every girl’s age group in the county and, in so doing, decimated the squads of the stronger clubs, including Stoke. Read more