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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

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

VPs Day – Fun in the Sun as the Sunday XI sneak home

Stoke Vice Presidents 219 for 8 dec (46 overs)

Stoke Sunday XI 220 for 8 (37.2 overs)

The Club win by 2 wickets

Our club welcomed a good crowd of former players and Vice Presidents to the Rec yesterday for the annual match between a VPs team, captained by Roy Johns and a Stoke 11, captained for the first time this year by Matt Gottschalk. Read more

Hopton Double and Gudgeon Grit as 1st XI consolidate top spot

Surrey Championship Division 5

Stoke D’Abernon 189 all out (50.4 overs)

Thames Ditton 71 all out (27.5 overs)

Stoke D’Abernon, (13 points), beat Thames Ditton, (0 points), by 118 runs

A superb all-round performance by Ian Hopton formed the basis of a fourth successive win for Stoke’s 1st XI to consolidate top spot in the table. Read more

Narrow T20 defeat at Premiership Sunbury

Surrey Championship T20 – Round 2

Sunbury 125 for 9 (20 overs)

Stoke D’Abernon 115 for 6 (20 overs)

Sunbury won by 10 runs

Stoke gave Premiership Sunbury an almighty fright but ultimately fell to a narrow ten run defeat in the second round of the Surrey Championship T20 competition, matters still in the balance with two balls remaining when an incredible ‘team catch’ in the deep to account for Johnny Lawes put the result beyond doubt. Read more