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CLUB LEGEND TURNS 80

  • Rob Richtering
  • 17 Jan 2020
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Sincere birthday wishes to club legend Tony Moor, who reaches the 80 years old milestone on Saturday 18 January. Happy birthday Tony

FIVE COUNTIES CRICKET WEEK

  • Rob Richtering
  • 02 Jan 2020
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Scarborough Cricket Club are delighted to announce that Durham will be taking on Gloucestershire in a Royal London one day cup encounter at North Marine Road on Tuesday 21 July 2020. It’s fantastic news not just for the club, but also for the Scarborough area as a whole with a further influx of visitors to the area. The addition of the Durham match will mean that five counties will be visiting Scarborough in the space of six days adding to the Yorkshire v Nottinghamshire game on 19th July and the Yorkshire v Warwickshire encounter on 24th July. All are 50…

Fifty Years On Scarborough 1969 to Scarbados 2019.

  • Rob Richtering
  • 24 Dec 2019
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Scarborough Cricket Club follower Martin Douglas, a cricket writer who grew up in Northstead. The attached article was originally written for family and friends. Martin has generously allowed us to share his work with our members and supporters.

Christmas Opening Hours

  • Rochelle Cammish
  • 19 Dec 2019
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Christmas Opening Hours Fri 20th Dec – 9am-1pm Sat 21st Dec – Closed Sun 22nd Dec - Closed Mon 23rd Dec – 10am-12noon Tues 24th Dec – 10am-12noon Wed 25th Dec – Closed Thurs 26th Dec – Closed Fri 27th Dec – Closed Sat 28th Dec – Closed Sun 29th Dec - Closed Mon 30th Dec – 10am-12noon Tues 31st Dec – 10am-12noon Wed 1st Jan – Closed Thurs 2nd Jan – Normal Hours – 9am-4pm Merry Christmas & a Happy New Year

Malcolm Heath

  • Rochelle Cammish
  • 17 Dec 2019
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RIP Malcolm Heath, thoughts are with his family and friends from all at Scarborough Cricket Club. Malcolm Brewster Heath was an English first-class cricketer. He was a right-handed batsman who bowled right-arm fast-medium and made his first-class debut for Hampshire in the 1954 County Championship against Leicestershire. Heath represented Hampshire in 143 first-class matches from 1954 to 1962, with his final appearance for the county coming in 1962 against Derbyshire at the United Services Recreation Ground at Portsmouth