Posted on 11th May 2016
1st XI – lost at home to Haywards Heath this weekend. Hill restricted Heath to 181-9 in 53 overs thanks to four wickets each for Peter Billinghay and Zain Patel but fell to 122 all out despite 41 from Ian Simpson. Report.
2nd XI – came within four runs of victory at Haywards Heath but had to settle for a draw. Dan Yates took 5-72 in Heath’s innings of 213-8 and in response fifties from Hugh Warmisham and Ant Cromb were not enough to get Hill over the line as they ended up 210-6. Report.
3rd XI – comfortably beat Balcombe III by nine wickets. Five wickets from Niall Murphy helped bowl Balcombe out for 101 and Paul John’s 41 and Steve Cromb’s 31 not out made light work of the chase. Report.
4th XI – won by four wickets at home to Forest Row III. Row scored 231 all out but 83 from Martyn Box led the way as Hill chased 232 inside 40 overs to secure a memorable win in Charley Hepburn’s first game in charge. Report.
Boys Under 15 – beat Palmers by 6 wickets. Palmers scored 83-7 in 16 overs and Hill chased in 11 overs with Tom Cooper scoring 31 not out. Scorecard.
Boys Under 14 – beat St Matthias by 47 runs. 20 from Euan Mclaren took Hill to 108-7 and excellent bowling all round restricted St Matthias to 61-5. Report.
Boys Under 14b – beat Southwick by 6 runs. Hill scored 76-5 but managed to restricted Southwick to 70-7. Ollie Elms taking 2-10 in his four overs. Scorecard.
Girls Under 13 – took Brighton & Hove close but ultimately lost by 7 runs. Brighton and Hove scored net 238 and Hill ended net 231. Report
Boys Under 11 – lost to St James by 96 runs. Hill scored net 218 and St James net 314. Report.
Boys Under 10 – lost to Ditchling by 17 runs. Ditchling scored net 253 with 3 wickets for Lewis McIntyre and Hill’s response ended net 236 with Jack MacDonald scoring 12. Report.
Boys Under 9 – lost to Ditchling. The first game for a lot of the boys was a learning experience. Read the report here.
Off the pitch
Lost Property – A small child’s ‘Mountain Warehouse’ coat, colour red was left at SJP after training the other week. An iPhone4 was found on the playing area last Friday. A grey hoodie was left at the winter training. Please contact Geoff on Friday evening if these are yours or your child’s.
Youth training – Every Friday evening at Youth Coaching the Club Bar and kitchen in the Pavilion will be open for the sale of drinks, soft drinks, tea and coffee, crisps etc. We are very grateful to Lorraine, Theresa and Sarah for doing this on behalf of the club. The bar is a major source of income to the club, enabling us to keep annual subscriptions as low as possible. We have also purchased new patio bistro seating to enable you to enjoy the cricket and a drink in the evening sunshine. Please take advantage of the facilities provided and support the club.
Membership – Subscriptions are now due and we would like these to be paid before 31st May. These represent great value compared to most other cricket clubs. We do not charge match fees for junior games nor do we charge for winter nets. So we would appreciate it if those still to pay could settle them as soon as possible. Full details are available here.
Kit vouchers – All parents for whom we have an email address should have received a £10 voucher to use to offset the cost of purchasing a white Youths club shirt, through the Club’s online shop operated by Kalibazar. We would like all players, when representing the club, to wear a white BHCC shirt so that they look a team and a part of the club. It is thanks to the continued sponsorship of CNC that we are able to offer this voucher and subsidise the cost. If your child already has a white BHCC shirt, the voucher can be offset against the cost of other items of BHCC clothing from the Youth section.
Youth training kit – Parents have asked about the bright green training tops that many of the children wear on Friday evenings. These are available from GR Teamwear from their shop at the top of Church Rd in Burgess Hill. These are sold at £5.99 for children and this price is subsidised by GR as part of their sponsorship of the club.
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