Hello and welcome to week 4 at the WICK!
Before we get started, a bit of housekeeping… we have a small number of players that have yet to pay their membership fees – we appreciate that this is more than likely to be an oversight, but we would like all outstanding fees to be settled by 26 May 2019.
We’d also like to remind you that anyone representing the club in matches (all age groups) must wear whites, including a club shirt and cap (if you wear one). Club shirts can be brought online by visiting our kit supplier, Serious Sport.
Finally, this Sunday saw the start our All Stars programme and with over 40 children registered it was a busy morning! Parking will continue to be difficult, so we do strongly recommend that you walk if you live locally. If not, parking can be found on nearby streets (e.g. Church Grove / Sandy Lane).
Match results and reports
U9s narrowly lose out to Indian Gymkhana in front of bumper crowd
The U9s made their debut on the main square last Sunday and with a bumper crowd cheering them on they fell just short of the finishing line – losing by 9 runs to Indian Gymkhana. A special mention goes to Ranveer Dangi who on debut bowled superbly and top scored with 20 not out! And a big shout to Holly Gaylor, Parina Singh and Chloe Kingston who all played magnificently.
U10s suffer back to back defeats
The Wick U10s bowled and fielded well to dismiss Barnes for 117 in their first-ever South Middlesex game. The damage was done by MoM Sam Flinn and Ted Shippin who both took 2 wickets each and 3 excellent run-outs! The reply was solid but the Wick U10s finished an agonising 14 runs behind the target for the loss of only 4 wickets… Sam top scored with a scintillating 25 not out!
The U10s lost another close contest later in the week– this time to East Molesey in the West Surrey League. East Molesey batting first scored 291/5 with Tom Gaylor taking 3 wickets. The Wick U10s fell 19 runs short, finishing on 272/8 with Cormack Gray Fahy top scoring.
U11s blown away by Wycombe House
The U11s lost to an impressive Wycombe House team. Batting first Wycombe House posted 95 all out – Will Hardy was the pick of the bowlers with 3 wickets. The Wick U11s managed 65 all out in 15.2 overs… a disappointing defeat after bowling and fielding so well.
U12s lose to Sunbury in the last over
The Wick U12s lost a closely fought match against Sunbury! After winning the toss and electing to bat, the U12s posted an impressive 138/6 off their 20 overs, with Ryder Emmerson (30) and Olly Spray (47) doing the damage. However, this proved not to be enough, with Sunbury chasing down the total in 19.2 overs for the loss of 5 wickets. A tough defeat to take on a bitterly cold evening!
U13s lose out to Hampton Hill and Malden Wanderers
Defeats to Hampton Hill (by 8 wickets) and Malden Wanderers (by 62 runs) gave the Wick U13s a tough week. In the local derby against Hampton Hill, the U13s posted a slightly below par 98/6 which included a 26 from Jivraj Singh. This was never going to be enough and Hampton Hill knocked off the runs with 5 overs to go.
Sunday’s game in the Mid-Surrey league saw the Wick U13s lose to an impressive Malden Wanderers team. Malden set the team a formidable 168/4 to win. Despite the best efforts of Leo Morjaria to Wick U13s could only manage 106/9.
WICK U15s REMAIN UNBEATEAN!
The Wick U15s posted a daunting 139/5 v Hampton Hill in the South Middlesex league with Olly Coles hitting a delightful 52! Hampton Hill should never have been in the chase but a few lapses in concentration allowed them to reach 111/7. Tom Dunmore and Jivraj Singh both bagged 2 wickets each… this win was followed up with a comprehensive victory over Barnes in the Mid-Surrey league on Sunday!
An impressive bowling display saw Barnes restricted to 105/9 off 24 overs! Christopher Cole was the pick of the bowlers with 4 wickets! The chase was a bit of a non-event with the target being reached within 11 overs – Luca Fooks was the star of the show with 50 not out.
Additional TRAINING on Wednesday Evenings
We’re going to introduce some additional training for selected age groups on Wednesday evenings. The training will be delivered by our head coach, Monte Lynch and Nomaan Ali and we won’t be charging for these sessions!
We hope that you’ll see this as a positive move to support the development of our players and we’d appreciate your support in encouraging your children to attend. No booking required… just turn up on the night that your age group is down to train. Sessions will start at 18:00 and finish at 20:00 (subject to light).
22 May: U8s / U9s
29 May: U10s / U11s
05 June: U12s / U13s
12 June: U14s / U15s
19 June: U10s / U11s
26 June: U12s / U13s
03 July: U8s / U9s
10 July: NO SESSION
17 July: U14s / U15s
24 July: Summer nets (more details to follow)
Half-term CRICKET Camps
It’s not too late to book the cricket camps running at HWRCC during the next half-term (28 – 31 May). The camps are open to those that are currently in our U10s – U14s. Sessions start at 09:00 and run until 16:00… however, we can be flexible with timings if you need a slightly earlier drop off or later pick up.
Tickets to the OVAL… Courtesy of the CLUB!
As Friends of Surrey Cricket, we’re entitled to an allocation of FREE TICKETS to watch Surrey games at the OVAL! We have two membership cards which provide free entry to the ground and pavilion for all Surrey four- day county matches for the rest of the season. Interested… get in touch with Club Secretary Simon Jones (email@example.com or 07836 314029).
Cards will be allocated on a first come first serve basis and must be returned within 48 hours. Cards returned late or lost will incur fees payable to the club. We’re also looking to secure complimentary tickets for women’s and men’s T20 matches – we’ll share more information in future updates!
This week’s showdowns…
Monday 20 May
Ashford v HWRCC U13s (South Middlesex League)
East Molesey Flames v HWRCC U10s (West Surrey League)
Tuesday 21 May
HWRCC U11s v Sunbury (South Middlesex League)
Wednesday 22 May
HWRCC U15s v Kew (South Middlesex League)
Teddington v HWRCC U12s (South Middlesex League)
Thursday 23 May
HWRCC U10s v Indian Gymkhana (South Middlesex League)
Sunday 26 May
HWRCC U13s v Spencer (Mid-Surrey League)
Esher v HWRCC U12s (Mid-Surrey League)
HWRCC U9s v Hampton Hill (South Middlesex League)
From the seniors
Last Saturday saw 3 wins out of 4 for the WICK Seniors! For match scorecards, reports, and the latest set of fixtures visit the club website @ www.hwrcc.co.uk
Have a great week…!
HWRCC Colts’ Chairman