News: League and Cup wins for BHCC

Posted on 17th May 2016

Senior cricket

1st XI – beat Chichester by five wickets with Dan Strange taking six wickets. Hill chased Chichester’s 76 for the loss of five wickets. Report.

In the T20 Cup first round 47 from Tom Trowbridge and 57 from Ian Simpson set a good total of 158 all out. In reply Zain Patel and Joe Maskell both took 4-17 as Crawley Eagles were dismissed for 117. Report

Hill will play Hastings away in the second round on June 5th.

2nd XI – had little difficulty in beating Seaford II. Dan Yates took 4-42 as Hill reduced Seaford to 121 all out. In response 46 not out from Aaron Barnes ensured Hill had little difficulty in a six wicket win. Report.

3rd XI – had no fixture this week.

4th XI – came within one wicket of victory at Lingfield V. 52 from Alec Hepburn and 47 not out from Andy McNiven helped set 224-8 dec. In reply Lingfield were never close as Tom Booth took three wickets. They ended 121-9 to hang on for a draw. Report.

Youth cricket

Boys Under 14 – lost to Steyning by 8 wickets. Hill set 118-3 with Leon Cragg 29 not out and Harrison Lees 27 not out. Steyning past Hill’s total two wickets down. Report.

Boys Under 14b – lost to Brighton & Hove. Adam Hughes took three wickets in B&H’s total of 165-8. Hill scored 77-6 in response. Scorecard.

Boys Under 12 – lost to Newhaven. Newhaven scored 130-4 in the first innings and despite 25 not out from Ryan Armstrong Hill fell short at 70-7. Report

Boys Under 11 – beat Newick by 13 runs. Newick set net 252 and in reply 70-1 was enough to achieve a net score of 265 and a 13 run win. Report.

Boys Under 10 – had no fixture unfortunately due to St Andrews being unable to raise a side.

Boys Under 9 – lost to a very strong Preston Nomads side by 130 runs. Read the report here.

Off the pitch

 

Social – Mexican night was due to take place next month on June 4th but will have to be rearranged due to our progress in the cup. A new date is soon to be revealed so please keep an eye on the website and social media channels for more information.

 

Europa League and Champions League finals – The football will be shown live at the club this Wednesday and Saturday week. Come down for a few beers and to watch what should be two very entertaining matches. Tomorrow night there will be a ‘last goal’ sweepstake with a potential prize pot of £60 to the winner.

 

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. 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. If you have not received your voucher please reply to this email.

 

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