Posted on 26th April 2017
Burgess Hill Cricket Club
25 April 2017
Hill played a pre-season friendly against Ansty at the weekend. Ansty batted first making 170-5 in 40 overs, Dan Rapson with two wickets. In response early wickets killed the game as a contest as Hill ended 140-9. Hugh Warmisham top scored with 35 not out. Report.
Girls Under 15 – played St Peters in the Lady Taverners Cup. St Peters scored an impressive 123-3, wickets for Amelie Palmer-Brown, Lily Freeman and Katie Read whilst Jodie Johanson took a stunning one-handed catch behind the stumps! Batting second Hill reached 96-4 thanks to a magnificent 51 from Adeline Preston. Well done to the U13 girls who all played up two age groups against strong opposition. Scorecard.
Girls Under 13 – lost to a very good Tunbridge Wells side in the Lady Taverners Cup. Tunbridge scored 128-2 with wickets for Louise McLaren and Amy Read. In reply we managed to score 70 all out with Issy Cooper scoring 11 and Lily Freeman 10. Scorecard.
Boys Under 12 – beat Hurstpierpoint by 24 runs. Hill batted first scoring 94-1 with Kyle Jones scoring 20 and Freddie Cobham 26. In reply Hurst managed 70-2, Alfie Lees and Thomas Barnes with the wickets. Scorecard.
Boys Under 9 – we are looking for a person to be the U9s manager for the coming season. The club will ensure that the manager will be supported in all cricket matters but we need somebody to take responsibility for running and selecting the team. Please email us or call Geoff on 07860 909237.
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Off the pitch
Girls and Womens’ Day – Plans for our Girls and Women’s day (30th July) are continuing, we have received a couple of signed items of memorabilia for our auction. If anyone has any contacts that might be helpful in obtaining items for our auction please contact me directly. All funds raised from our auction will go to supporting Paladin (National Stalking Advocacy Service), our Girls and Women’s chosen charity for 2017.
Lydia Greenway – On Thursday 8th June we are delighted to be welcoming ex-England international Lydia Greenway to St John’s Park. Lydia will be running a training session with our U11 Girls and U13 Girls followed by a Q and A, then running a training session for our U15 Girls and Women’s hardball squad.
Overseas players – we have two overseas players joining up with the squad this week. Kev Ramsay and Akeem Ifill both join us from Barbados having played in the Sussex League before. Akeem played at Seaford last season and Kev has in the past also played at Seaford and Chiddingly. Both will be assisting with youth coaching and playing on Saturdays. Please join us in welcoming them and wishing them well for the coming season.
Quiz Night – massive thanks to everyone who came to the quiz and made it a great evening, particularly to Paul and Justine Elphick for organising a fantastic quiz. Congratulations to Mr and Mrs Wood and Mr and Mrs Hale who took home the first place prize.
Player Rewards Day – Sussex are hosting their annual player rewards day on May 21st. Anyone who scored a century or took five wickets in an adult league game last season is entitled to a free ticket. Please reply to this email or contact Hugh Warmisham if you think you are eligible.
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