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Colts Awards – Sunday 3rd

Whilst the Sunday XI were taking care of business in Thames Ditton, the Colts’ awards were being handed out at HQ.

A good event considering the weather. Approximately 100 turned up, including some brave hungover seniors; Ian Hopton, Shawn Dyson, Dan Gluckman, Tom Frost, Will Frost, James Trower, Max Subba Row, Andy Berry, Jack Raimondo and Charlie Hill.

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1st XI Still in Promotion Places Despite Defeat

Saturday 24th June 2017
Travelbag Surrey Championship Division 4
Stoke D’Abernon 244 all out (53.4 overs)
Hampton Wick Royal 247 for 9 (46.1 overs)
Hampton Wick Royal won by 1 wicket

For the second time this season Stoke’s 1st XI missed the chance to put daylight between themselves and a rival club with a narrow, last over defeat at home to Hampton Wick Royal who copied their margin of victory from the corresponding fixture in 2012.

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1st XI Win at Hampton Wick Royal

Saturday 13th May 2017
Travelbag Surrey Championship Division 4
Hampton Wick Royal 196 for 9 (50 overs)
Stoke D’Abernon 197 for 4 (36 overs)
Stoke D’Abernon won by 6 wickets

An efficient ‘put in, restrict and chase’ mission at Bushy Park saw Stoke’s 1st XI take maximum points and become one of four sides with two wins out of two in the division.

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Former Stoke opponents in Big Bash and Ranji action

With SDCC missing the New Year due to being in hyper-sleep following his latest bout of cellulitis, his team of spies were on the look-out for things of interest around the world, and they didn’t disappoint.

The Prawn Lover spotted Sam Whiteman playing in the Big Bash League. Whiteman was a Weybridge player in 2010 when he lined up in their Trust League XI : http://sdacc.play-cricket.com/website/results/1327532 – yep he may have scored 91 that day, but he was becalmed by an emerging Alex Bond, then dismissed by a c T.Frost b Handel combination.

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Beer Cleared!

A tremendous turnout yesterday from members, (and many friends & family of members), at all levels of the Club – plus some new faces who will be joining for next year – saw the remainder of the 2016 vintage Asahi demolished.

Amongst the attendees answering Drew’s call to Clear the Beer were Andy Berry, Malcolm Dickson, Jase Earl, Tom Frost & Amy S, Will Frost, Will/Shireen/Tom/Emma Gudgeon, Charlie Hill, Roddy Kelso, Logie Logendran, (big year for Loges next year – details to follow soon), Adrian Mills, Harry Nawaz, Richie & Robbie Parrett, Peter Phipps, Jack Raimondo, Toby Tarrant, Rod Thomson, James Trower, Geoff Vinall & family and Ralphie & Julie.

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Stoke D’Abernon Advent Calendar 2016 (8)

Who would be a keeper? In the 2nd XI League campaign this year, EIGHT different people took the gloves at various stages:

Malcolm Dickson
Carel Ferreira
Neil Foster
Tom Frost
Deepak Malhotra
Andy Page
Jack Raimondo
Will Thomson

Between them they took a total of 17 catches, (Carel led the way with 6), 1 stumping, (Tom Frost), and 62 byes.

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Tarrant Hat-Trick but Stoke positivity goes unrewarded

Saturday 16th July 2016
Travelbag Surrey Championship – Division 5
Stoke D’Abernon 260 for 7 declared (49.5 overs)
Old Emanuel 263 for 6 (42.2 overs)
Old Emanuel won by 4 wickets

Stoke didn’t do a lot wrong in this one but there was a lot of head-scratching after a solid batting performance and a positive declaration went unrewarded. Some days you just have to say well played to the opposition.

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Surrey Championship T20 Entry Confirmed

Part of the League Rep’s job is to make sure we’re entered for the Surrey Championship T20 competition. Surrey are one of the participating counties in this national tournament that, if the county winners are successful, they go into the regional rounds leading to a possible finals day at a First Class County Ground televised on Sky Sports. Last year our friends and neighbours from Ashtead made it to the final; John Vaughan-Davies, (Stoke groundsman who has also played the odd game for us to show us how well our square plays!), scooped the man-of-the-match award in the semi-final.

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