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ENGLAND U19 V SOUTH AFRICA U19 HOSPITALITY

  • Rob Richtering
  • 29 Jun 2018
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England U19's take on South Africa U19's at North Marine Road twice in July. These will be fantastic games showcasing some of the best up and coming young players from both nations. TEST MATCH The first game is a 4 day Test Match starting on Sunday 8th July (Mon 9th, Tue 10th, Wed 11th). Play will start on each day at 11am. We're offering hospitality in the form of a 2 course lunch in the Pavilion dining room for £25. Entry to this match is free. Please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to book your place. ONE DAY INTERNATIONAL The second match is…

3RD XI PROGRESS IN CAYLEY CUP

  • Rob Richtering
  • 09 May 2018
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Winning the toss and electing to field, Wykeham were restricted to only 25 runs in the power play overs with Keiron Rutter bowling a spell of 4 unchanged overs opening up conceding only 16 runs. Runs continued to be hard to come by with Harry Edwards continuing with a mature spell of 2-18 from 4 overs, supported by Babu K Mathew with 1-20. Going into the last 4 overs, Wykeham were well placed on 84-5. However Tom Power (1-4) and skipper Andy Exton (5-9) mopped up the tail, restricting them to 88 all out from 19.4 overs. In reply, Keiron…

1st XI & 3rd XI OFF TO WINNING STARTS

  • Rob Richtering
  • 29 Apr 2018
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1st XI A half-century from Darren Harland (58) set Scarborough on the way to an opening day victory at North Marine Road. The opener along with Jonathan Read (37) helped the hosts reach 200-7 against Clifton Alliance, Thomas Brown the pick of the visiting bowlers with 3-40. Australian import Liam Hope-Shackley struck 68 off 45 balls for ‘Alliance but they lost their way after a promising start and in the end had to settle for a share of the points finishing on 167-8.A half-century from Darren Harland (58) set Scarborough on the way to an opening day victory at North…

ALL STARS CRICKET

  • Rob Richtering
  • 28 Apr 2018
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ALL STARS AT SCARBOROUGH CRICKET CLUB All Stars Cricket gives girls and boys from the ages of five to eight an opportunity to become a star. The curriculum of fun cricket activities and games provides your children with the basic movement skills to begin a lifelong love of our sport and general physical activity. For an hour a week over an eight-week period, our fully trained and vetted activators will deliver game-based activities that teach basic cricket skills including catching, throwing and hitting moving balls and social skills such as teamwork and communication. Held at accredited cricket clubs, these courses…

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