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Ice and rain greeted the first two outdoor training sessions but despite near freezing temperatures the U14 team, including many new faces, started their season by winning a cup! Postponed from September they were crowned the U13 Divisional champs when they overpowered Teddington by 45 runs. Powerful hitting by the middle order and tidy bowling completing the job!
The U12s were the next team into action but fell agonisingly 2 runs short of victory in their WS Cup match ...Continue Reading →
The Fixtures are now on Pitchero but can I remind you to make sure you are linked up to that site so that you can update availability and confirm match selections.
Please don’t forget if you haven’t paid the subs you can’t train or play for the club. Here’s how to Register & Pay:
We’ve created a gallery of Juniors Managers to match the latest contact details.
It is a very exciting prospect to celebrate 150 years since the original Guildford Cricket Club began playing in the town. This will be a unique celebration over five days where everyone is welcome, so please come down to Woodbridge Road, watch some cricket, meet old friends, make some new ones and enjoy some food and a drink with us. We look forward to seeing you.
Chairman, Robert Charles
This is the programme –
Monday July 18: ...Continue Reading →
As the days get lighter, a reminder we have just 3 indoor training sessions left before we move outside. There is no training on 6th March as it’s Mother’s Day but the final 3 days are on 13th, 20th and 27th March.
Outdoor nets begin on April 15th.
This year we are concentrating our junior training, U9 upwards on Friday nights as most of the younger age group teams will play the majority ...Continue Reading →
8 week winter training at RGS indoor Cricket School included in annual subscription; top quality coaching in top quality training facility
Membership gives unlimited access to all Surrey CC fixtures played at Guildford Cricket Club; includes the Championship & Royal One Day Cup fixtures
Clear development pathway in to Senior cricket, offering Surrey Trust League at U21 & Development levels; more juniors play senior cricket at Guildford than at any club in Surrey
Congratulations to the Under 13 squad who were crowned ECB National Champions at Oundle
Front Row: Henry McMillan, Duncan Timberlake, Harry Relph, Harvey Brooks, Chan Thilakwardana, Henry Turrell, Harvey Skidmore.
Middle Row: George Stuttard, Rob Butler, Matty Stephenson ( CAPT), Will Perceval, Ollie Willoughby, Freddie Geffen and James Relph ( Assistant Manager)
Back Row: Dean Skidmore, ...
The draw took place at the clubhouse this afternoon and we are pleased to announce the following winners – congratulations if you are a winner. We have been in touch with most of the winners but if you are a winner and have not heard from us please contact me as soon as possible on 07768 374 921 – firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you all or your support.
Signed Limited Edition print of Guildford Cricket Club, by Sir George Edwards
CARL – SHAMLEY ...
Junior Training has now finished for the season, sadly the rain prevented the last sessions going ahead. However, we are aware that there are still many games being played!
Therefore we would like to take this opportunity to invite you to the Junior Club Awards:
Friday 4th September
There will be a BBQ & the bar will be open. It’d be great to see you all there to celebrate the season across all the age groups.
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message from Joe Pipkin / Chris Coombes
There is never a good excuse in missing cricket on a Saturday! However, this Saturday Joe & I will be undertaking the 3 Peaks challenge with a twist. We will also be cycling the 500 miles between the mountains.
This self organised “adventure” is in support of Havens Hospices that make a real difference to terminally ill patients whether that be for hours or months. They also support families through an obviously very difficult time.
Any ...Continue Reading →