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Congrats to CricX - The Cricket Exchange Agency & former Bucks Cricket / Northamptonshire County Cricket Club Academy spinner 𝗙𝗮𝗿𝗵𝗮𝗮𝗻 𝗞𝗵𝗮𝗻 who has made the move to Camberley Cricket Club for their 2022 Surrey Championship campaign. A big season ahead for this talented tweaker!
Congrats to CricX - The Cricket Exchange Agency, Eastern Suburbs Cricket Club & Cricket Wellington star Lauchie Johns who has signed with Camberley Cricket Club for their 2022 Surrey Championship campaign.
The SHSA celebrate the achievements and commitment of our local sporting community, many of whom have gone above and beyond during the Covid-19 pandemic.
It’s a chance to say a thank you, well done or give somebody the recognition they deserve.
This year's award categories are:
⭐️The Massage Company Sporting Moment of the Year
⭐️Surrey Security Service Ltd Community Project of the Year
⭐️Surrey Playing Fields Volunteer of the Year
⭐️Herrington Carmichael Solicitors Disability Sports Award
⭐️Complete Coaching Outstanding Service Award
To nominate someone, complete our quick and easy online form at surreyheath.gov.uk/sportsawards by 19 September.
Surrey Heath Portfolio Holder for Places and Strategy, Cllr Rebecca Jennings Evans, said: “The Surrey Heath Sports Awards this year are a chance to celebrate all the wonderful people in Surrey Heath who have done their best to keep sport and physical activity going through the pandemic, helping people with their physical and mental health.
“If you know of an individual, team, group or organisation who have gone above and beyond, please do head to our website and nominate them – it's quick and easy to do, and a great way to show your appreciation.”
1st XI vs Camberley Cricket Club (a)
2nd XI vs Camberley CC (h)
3rd XI vs Malden Wanderers Cricket Club (h)
4th XI vs Epsom Cricket Club (a)
5th XI vs Old Rutlishians Cricket Club (a)
Go well everyone, hopefully the weather is better than forecast!
1st XI vs Camberley Cricket Club (h)
2nd XI vs Camberley (a)
3rd XI vs Malden Wanderers C.C. (a)
4th XI vs Epsom Cricket Club (h)
5th XI vs Old Rutlishians Cricket Club (h) at Mollison Drive.
Go well everyone, let's bring all the points home.
For people visiting the club, THE BAR IS OPEN (though you must be seated to have a drink inside). For visiting teams, unfortunately the changing rooms remain out of use for the moment.
Can't be sharing lids anymore with COVID-19 restrictions
Quick turnarounds assured
Camberley Cricket Club
On Tuesday the T20 side went to Camberley Cricket Club to play in the Surrey Slam. Camberley were great hosts and too strong for us, winning by around 65 runs.
Wednesday saw the return of All Stars Cricket at the club with 23 kids coming along for some socially distanced cricket! We are fully booked and only one of 9 All Stars Centres across Berkshire.⭐️
Thursday saw senior nets at the club in glorious conditions and we welcomed 3 new players to the club.👍☀️
Over the coming weekend we have games at home on Saturday and Sunday. On Saturday the 1st XI welcome Mortimer West End CC as we begin the Berkshire League August Cup whilst the Sunday side take on local rivals Yateley Cricket Club on Sunday.🏏
Batting first the Camels recovered from the loss of an early wicket to post 289 in their 40 overs on the fast scoring ground at Mortimer. The bulk of the runs coming from a 202 second wicket partnership between Ted Batchelor and Adam Battisson. Batchelor eventually fell for 92, but Adam Battisson went on to complete his first century for Sandhurst, ending up 109 not out. Adam Birch compiled 38 towards the end to set a challenging total for the hosts to chase.
Having been hit for over 300 last year in the same fixture and with only 9 fielders we were unsure if 289 would be enough to win the game, but as it turned out the opposition were bowled out for 130 handing the Camels a 159 run win. Lachlan Birse (3-2), Richard Dobson (3-34) and Simon Hards (2-28) taking the bulk of the wickets.
On Tuesday evening the Surrey Slam side took on Surrey Championship side Camberley Cricket Club in our second game in the competition.
Batting first the Camels fell to 39-5 before a great partnership between Jamie Lee Galpin (21*) and Lachlan Birse (37*) enabled a recovery to 105-5 at the turn around. A great recovery against a side boasting a number of quality 1st and 2nd XI bowlers from the club currently playing in Division 1 of the Surrey Championship.
In reply the Camels bowling and fielding was tight throughout and saw a few nervous moments from the home side as they built towards their target. In the end the Cannons skipper hit the winning runs off the second ball of the final over to win by 6 wickets. A great, competitive game that demonstrated that the Camels can compete in the shorter format against most sides.
Next week we host the Frimley Geese at the Memorial Park on Tuesday evening, so come down to watch us in action!
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Camberley Cricket Club was founded in 1944 to provide cricket for servicemen returning from the Second World War. Since then the club has grown from strength to strength, eventually positioning itself as one of Surrey's premier clubs. It now boasts 9 Junior teams, 4 Senior teams on Saturdays, two Sunday XI's, and a Womens team a
Operating as usual
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🏏 BIG UP THE 4s
Still catching up. This was somewhat glaringly obvious as they were the happiest bunch by miles.
Despite relegations flying round left, right and centre, our 4th XI managed to stay a happy place throughout the year. Skipper, and my hero, Scott Kelly guiding the side to 2nd place.
Numerous weeks of having 8/9 players on a Friday night is no fun, yet Scott managed to put together a winning side most weekends.
Well done to him and the lads for their outstanding season. Bring on next year!
🏏 U19s FINAL
Big congrats to the U19s who came runners up in the Surrey U19s league this season.
Wom’s men fell at the final hurdle yesterday. After posting 113-8 in their 20 overs; the U19s then got within touching distance as Cheam crawled over the line, to win by 3 wickets.
Great work from everyone over the year. Some notable stats include Tarun’s average of 45 with the bat and skipper Wom’s 6 poles at 17.
Great work gents!
🏏 PENULTIMATE GWK
Short one this week. Not loads needs to be said.
I’ll start by throwing out big congrats to who has been away with Surrey for the last few weeks. Although named in the sheets, he’s since unavailable this week due to an U19 call up.
Simply, the 1s, 2s & 3s must win. Massive games for all, so it’s great to see some mega availability from the boys.
1s travel to Malden. 2s host Old Ruts and the 3s host Hampton Wick.
At the complete opposite end, the 4s title charge is in full steam ahead mode. Scott’s merry men take on Vandals this week. A win would take them back above Old Pauline, into minimum 2nd.
Let’s have 4 wins; and enjoy some responsibly drunk beers at full time.
🏏 SATURDAY STICKING
Finally, before I leave you all in peace for the morning, some Saturday runs.
Lauchie smashed 57 off just 25 balls as the 1s chased Dulwich’s 198.
Unfortunately, the Kiwi’s 11 boundaries and 2 maximum’s weren’t enough, as the 1s fell 23 runs short of victory.
Lauchie’s 2nd 50 of the season takes his average back up above 45 for the season.
Great work mate!
🏏 AUGUST 19TH FIXTURES
Hi. Teams for this weekend.
The 1s travel to Dulwich. After coming close last time out at home to Spencer, the uno’s will be looking to get that safety defining win this weekend against Dulwich.
Our 2s, in similar peril, face Cranleigh at the CC. Cranleigh sit one place above us in the table. A massive game for the scoobies survival hopes.
The 3s travel to Old Hamptonians. The 3s, also coming off the back of a loss last week; and in similar grim standings to the 1s & 2s, will be looking to get a big 20 points this weekend.
The 4s pick up the easiest 20 points of the lot as Kempton conceded earlier in the week.
Go well gents!
🏏 SURREY SLAM FINALS DAY
After cruising past Shepperton on Tuesday evening, the Slam side have made finals day; held this Sunday at Valley End Lido!
It’s the first time the CC have reached Finals Day. Jonc’s side will face Old Emanuel Falconers in the Semi final.
The day is set to start at 11am. With the final starting around 4.30pm. Make sure to get down and support the CC!
Good luck gents.
🏏 SLAM SUCCESS
Back to it. Thanks Sam for the interlude.
Last night the Slam side secured semi-final status after beating Shepperton by 9 wickets.
CCC reduced the visitors to 102 ao. Mohsin & Dom the pick of the bowlers with 5-37 between them.
Chasing, Vijay got off to a flyer before his send off. Departing for 26 off 13. The 2 Josh’s then guided the CC home, Griff finishing 31* and Jish 22*.
We now await confirmation of our semi-final opponent. Finals Day will be held at Valley End this Sunday!
Top work gents.
🏏 SLAM & LADIES SIDES
The team for this arvo’s Slam fixture against Shepperton. If the CC win they’ll make finals day at Valley End!
Secondly, the ladies side for the home festival this weekend. The ladies will be looking to follow on from last time out when they won an impressive ✨ 4 from 4 ✨.
Go well everyone!
August. It’s wet & windy. Let’s play cricket 🏏
1s away at Walton on Thames. Crazy game last year at their place. Have a look at the scorecard/YouTube if you’re bored at work.
2s at home to the same oppo. Took 9 wickets last week at Sutton to finish with a draw. Let’s hope they take 10 and score more runs than Walton this week. Easy game.
3s away at Normandy. Local away day to Normandy who sit 2nd in the league. Strong side from the green and gold so on paper it’s a great game in waiting.
And lastly, but definitely not least, the 4s are at home to Hampton Hill. 13 overs is all it took the guys to chase 61 against Old Wimbledonians last week. 4s are top of the league by 3 points. Viva La Scott Kelly 👏🏻
🏏 MONDAY’S SLAM SIDE
One change from the annihilation of Guildford. Ads in for Tom.
Bring home another win lads. Let’s go all the way in the Slam!
🏏 29th JULY
Rained off last week. We go again this week.
1s & 2s face Sutton. 3s host Hampton Hill and the 4s continue their title charge against Old Wimbledonians.
🏏 LADIES SMASHED IT
4 from 4. Godalming conceded. We’re having it. 4 from 4.
Well done to CCC ladies who smashed the Bagshot Smash It Festival. 4 from 4.
Fantastic effort from everyone involved, even Wendy!
The ladies go again at Camberley in a weeks time!
🏏 JULY 22nd
Minimal description. Warner’s just chopped on. Golf’s getting good.
1s away at Banstead.
2s host the same oppo. Big game.
3s travel to Wimbledon. Toughie but looking to carry on good form.
4s keen to press on against Old Pauline.
Teamsheets out. Some changes have been made. Some I’m aware of and some I’m not so they’re as was Wednesday.
The 1s were held back by rain last. This week they welcome locals Valley End. Tough game.
The 2s will face a Doddless Valley End 2s. Albeit weather forecasts might mean a return of local lido. If not, another tough game ahead.
The 3s host Ashford. Ashford likely to be a better oppo than Chertsey last week. Last weeks win saw the CC move out the drop zone.
The 4s also picked up a v solid win last week. This time out they face Esher. A big win needed to keep touch with the top 2.
Go well gents!
🏏 BOWLING MO
Some 6fer action now, and I’ve told I’ve got to big him up for the ladies at Surrey Uni.
Mohsin Bashir, 14 overs. 10 maidens. 6 for 8.
Well bowled Mo.
🏏 STICKING GENTS
2 50s this week. Shovs and Bhaskar.
Shovs bashed 74 of 61 balls. Unfortunately the rain got in the way and the CC had to settle for a winning draw against Chipstead.
Back at Upper Verran Vijay hit, a steadier, 53 off 83 balls. The 2s set Old Whits 170 in their rain affected, 48 overs.
Good knocks gents. Keep it up!
🏏 DEAN’s DAY
Another Sunday. Another day to celebrate the CCC.
July 16th means Presidents Day at the club. Dean has selected a super strong XI to play our 1s in a t20, starting at 2pm.
There will be a selection of food provided after the game. The bar will be open from midday, and Dave Muir is running a Patrons Trinni Punch stand in honour of Des Hislop throughout the day.
Just like last Sunday, this is a fantastic day for the CC, so be sure to get down and support the club in any way possible!
🏏 ROUND 10 TEAMSHEETS
On the day of big Dec’s medical, and true Fabrizio style. Here we go.
The 1s face, now bottom of the league, Chipstead this week. After claiming their first win last week, they’ll be looking to continue form this week.
The 2s halted Normandy last week, holding them to a draw. This time out face Old Whits. An interesting reverse fixture saw Old Whits skipper keep us at the ground till 2pm in the pouring rain. A fun day was had by all.
A strong 3s side face Chertsey. Some big names will hopefully help the 3s kickstart their season this week under the watchful eye of Mr. Holden.
Finally, an equally strong 4s host Weybridge. The 4s have had a cracking first half and will be looking to build on this for a promotion push come August.
Go well gents!
🏏 ANOTHER 50 for PAULY
Paul smashed another 50 in the Trust Sunday, finishing 69 off 57 balls.
Unfortunately Paul’s efforts weren’t enough as the side fell short against Esher. But nonetheless, another smashing knock by the skipper.
Great work PS!
🏏 SLAM NEXT ROUND
Your team for the next round of the Slam tomorrow night.
Jonc returns to the side to skipper, as does Dan after his injury against Frimley.
Our oppo are Weybridge Vandals. Good test for the side but hopefully we can power through to the next stage!
Good luck lads.
🏏 CRICKET HOCKEY
Ladies and Gentleman,
This Sunday will see the annual Cricket Hockey fixture at the CC.
The match will start around 4.30pm, however both teams are encouraged to meet at the club around 1pm to watch the Ladies game beforehand!
If you’re not playing, it’s one of the best days at the CC and a real enjoyable watch! Make sure to get down the CC and enjoy the festivities with both this and the ladies game earlier in the day.
We’re back. Ascot took over last week. Apologies.
1s travel to Old Wimbledonians. Must win. Season starter. Strong side. We welcome back Luke and Morlon, unfortunately Akil misses out due to injury.
2s host 2nd placed Normandy. Tough oppo but a strong 2s side. Adam Carter returns to the CC a couple quid heavier post Uni. Go well lads.
The 3s will also be looking to kickstart their season as they host Kingstonian. Again, a strong side so let’s get the W.
The happiest side in the club travel to Roehampton. Pushing promotion. Bring home another win Scotty.
Social at the CC afterwards. Make sure to get back and get amongst it. Will also be Sir Dean’s POTM.
Go well lads!
👔 AIN’T BROKE, DON’T FIX IT
First Saturday of July is here. Social time.
As the weather is baking, we don’t want to go too overboard or themes. So, nice and simple; shocking shirt.
Obvs plenty of charity shops kicking about, so can be good to have a flick through and support a charity of your choice.
The night will also feature Sir Dean’s POTM for June and a couple forfeits for the worst dressed.
Be seeing you.
🏏 BJ ROUND 1
Any old excuse to bring this back. How about the major drinking from the cup. How good. What a day.
We start our Bertie Joel campaign this Sunday. Our attempts to go back to back start with a home game against Harrow Town.
Go well gents!
🏏 ROUND 7 FIXTURES
Following on from earlier. Here’s your teams for this week!
The 1s host Dulwich. Having played 5 of the top 6, our 1s will be looking to get their season underway this weekend. Dulwich, who are also struggling this year, currently sit 7th with 2 wins under their belt.
The 2s will be looking to build on last weeks losing draw against Weybridge, with another stout performance against Cranleigh. Cranleigh came up with us last year and presented a tough test in both games back in Div. 2. It’ll also be George’s first game in Asy’s absence; all the best to both.
The 3s host Old Hamptonians. Both sides well beaten last week, this’ll be a good test for a strong 3s team.
Finally, the 4s travel to Kempton. Currently sitting 3rd in the table, the 4s will be without talisman Ben White, who goes up to the 3s.
Go well gents!
🏏 SUPER SUNDAY
7 CCC wins Sunday. Seven.
From U8s all the way to U13s. Let’s start with the U9s (as pictured). The Lions beat Englefield Green by 103 runs, whilst the Tigers won by 4 runs on the last ball of the game.
Moving up, the U10s Leopards also won by 4 runs. The Wolves winning by 9 against Normandy.
The U11s beat Windsor by 22 runs.
The U13 Comets beat Whiteley Village by 34 runs. Unfortunately the Chiefs lost to East Molesey by 98 runs.
Finally, the youngsters. The U8s beat Normandy to get their first win of the year!
Well done guys!
🏏 FINAL SLAM GROUP GAME
We return to the public lido tonight in perfect conditions for a swim.
The slam side face Valley End in their final group match.
Christo comes into tonight’s game in fine form, after a 50* off just 32 balls against Worplesdon & Burpham.
Christo smashed 6 boundaries and 2 maximum’s last Tuesday; albeit on 40 metre boundaries!
Anton also finished the game with 3 Dorothy’s to chase down the target of 157.
Go well tonight gents!
🏏 10th JUNE FIXTURES
On the way to the ground. Great timing. Will keep it nice and short.
1s travel to Spencer. Big game. Must win. Debuts for Akil & Alvin.
2s host Weybridge. Another big game. Top of the table clash.
The 3s visit East Molesey.
The Army Ground welcome Hampton Wick.
Go well everyone!
20 odd years in the making. This is what happens when you get a second spell eh Maxy.
Carts took 6-29 on Saturday, as the 2s beat Walton. About blooming time some might say.
Well bowled mate. Something about London buses, hopefully there’ll be a few to follow now!
🏏 BATTING DELUXE
The first 2 of 3 cracking sticks this weekend.
Vikram finished 74 not off 54 balls to guide the 2s to victory away at Walton.
Secondly, Ben White followed last weeks knock with another 70 off 74 balls as the 4s smashed 252 in their defeat of Chessington.
Top work gents!
🏏 SLAM NEWS
Some slam updates to start your week off.
A maiden comp 50 for Copes last Thursday as the CC beat Valley End by 2 runs.
This week, a much changed side travel to Worplesdon and Burnham. All 4 teams in the group sit on 2 points, meaning a win would give us heavy backing to progress.
Go well gents!
🏏 JUNE 3rd
Teams for this weekend. Will keep it nice and short this week.
1s and 2s both face Walton. Walton have had a good start to the year across the board so will be a good test for the CC.
3s host Normandy. Always a toughie.
The 4s travel to Chessington.
Social at the CC in the evening, along with El Pres’ first POTM for 2023. 4 wins and back down the club for some responsible drinking!
4 stellar knocks this weekend gone.
Lauchie smashed 60 off 51; in partnership with Todd worth 57.
Todd himself scored 59 off 101, eventually being dismissed as the last man, with the score at 193.
The 1s falling short of their 290 target.
In the 4s it was the opening partnership of Ben White and Rich Faulkner which got Cambo off to a flyer.
Ben’s 75 off 93 and Rich’s 65 off 74 saw the opening stand reach 112.
This was Ben’s maiden 50 for the CCC, and one that is thoroughly deserved.
Great stuff gents!
🏏 SLAM TEAM FOR THURSDAY
Back to cricket. Team selection for Jonc’s Slam side this Thursday.
Debuts for Kyle & Tarun as the team look to bounce back from defeat against Frimley last time out!
Go well gents!
🏏 27th MAY
Another week. More sun. More cricket.
The 1s travel to Sutton. A depleted first team were beaten by Banstead last time out. Special congrats to skipper, Elliot and Danica for the birth of Cam Green.
The 2s will be hoping to continue winning ways against the same oppo this week. Sutton travel to CC after beating Cranleigh last week.
The 3s travel to Hampton Hill. Like the 1s, the 3s were beaten last time out by Wimbledon.
Finally, the 4s host Old Wimbledonians. The visitors sit atop the table early on in the season, after Weybridge conceded last week.
Go well gents!
🏏 TRIPLE HAT JONC
First slam game of the year tonight. The annual fixture against Frimley.
There’s also training tonight; so get down, have a hit, have a beer and support the lads.
Go well gents!
🏏 ALL 4 TEAMS ARE GONNA PLAY!
Should get points alone for that.
1s will be looking to start with a win Saturday at home to Banstead. Unfortunately, Valley End decided to switch it up last week and open a public lido for the weekend so no play went ahead.
On the other hand, the 2s (who chose not to field an overseas last weekend) will be looking to bounce back with a win against familiar oppo. Beating Banstead by 90odd gives the CC good confidence ahead of the weekend.
The 3s won at Ashford last weekend and also welcome back Liam. Liam’s recovered from injuries sustained by digging without proper equipment, in miraculous time I must add.
Finally, the 4s, who also won last time out, travel to Old Pauline. The return of Ben White boosts Scott’s side; who also give a debut to Francis.
Go well gents!
That feeling when all 4 sides are in the top 2 of their respective leagues 😏
No play yesterday across the leagues. Roll on next weekend!
P.S. Happy Birthday Sam!
🎙️ QUIZ NIGHT
Annual CCC Quiz Night will be held on May 19th.
£12 a head or £72 a team. Fish & Chips for scran.
Please contact Keith or Linda Halsey at [email protected] for a ticket!
Let’s have it. Someone has to beat the Carter’s this year.
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