Barry Harpur, club physio, osteopath and rebuilder of many of our players has kindly offered all players at Guildford CC the opportunity to have a free session with the performance coach at his clinic, Kinesis Clinic.
We are looking to confirm an overseas player for the 2015 season in the next week or so. We have a couple of options (1st Grade Aussies) on the radar but just need to finalise details.
As part of the package we are offering we need to provide accommodation so this is a request to all club members / players to see if anyone can provide any form of accommodation for the player during the season. The player would probably arrive ...
A good number of members attended the Club on the 27th November to hear Surrey CEO Richard Gould outline Surrey’s part in the redevelopment of Woodbridge Road and their involvement at the ground in the future.
Richard assured all present that the County did not wish to pose a threat to the existing running of our club but saw the ability to train pre-season and on occasions during the season as a great benefit which would not impinge on Guildford’s activities. ...
The annual Beer Festival run by the Club in July is our major fundraising project. We will start planning for the 2015 event in the Autumn. I am pleased to say that most of the hardworking Committee from this year will stay on but I would like to refresh the group with a couple of new people with new ideas. We meet monthly, always on licensed premises.
If you may be interested in joining us, please contact me. Chad Murrin 07767 224632 firstname.lastname@example.org
Ambitious plans to improve and expand Guildford CC’s Woodbridge Road home, for wider county cricket and community use
From ‘Get Surrey’ by Richard Spiller, 30 May 2014 http://www.getsurrey.co.uk/sport/other-sport/cricket/surrey-county-cricket-club-guildford-7191281
Surrey County Cricket Club want to make Guildford CC’s Woodbridge Road their southern base.
Chief executive Richard Gould is meeting Guildford Borough Council officials in a bid to bring protracted negotiations to fruition, for a scheme which could open an exciting new era for the ground while saving the local authority a large sum of ...