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Teams - 22nd June 2019

1st xi (A)

vs Haselmere CC

 

H Copeland *

M Germain +

R Blanchard

M Davies

S Jones

M Wood

C Bate

S Asokan

N Browning

E Charlton

G Tong

 

2nd xi (H)

vs SANDERSTEAD CC

 

P Linter *

K Khaira +

I Collier

R Oliver

Z Ikram

D Jones

H Fitz

I Tong

T Clements

S Patel

J Gillis

 

3rd xi (H)

vs Streatham & MArlborough

 

D Morjaria

D Kemp

S Kemp

Z Ahmed *

M Suggitt

A Lawrence

A Shahpurwala

S Joshi

C Hewitt +

N Shahpurwla

B Longhurst

 

4th xi (A)

vs WALTON ON THAMES

 

B Houghton +

Z Collier

T McMullan

S Weare

P Miles

N Dunmore *

K Lathia-Hamblin

J Povah

G Smith

C Higgins

R Cathcart

5th xi (H)

vs ASHFORD CC

 

T Goodwin

P Goodwin

T McMahon

T Dunmore

M Hamblin + *

I Higgins

D Higgins

O Morjaria

K Nicholls

R Ritchie

R Singh

SUNDAY XI (H)

vs LONGTAIL CC

 

Z Collier *

M Singh

J Singh

C Hewitt

C Edmonds

D Higgins

B Longhurst

O Morjaria

K Lathia-Hamblin

J Povah

H Copeland

Teams - 15th June 2019

1st xi (h)

vs Cobham Avorians CC

H Copeland *
M Germain +
R Blanchard
M Davies
M Wood
C Bate
E Charlton
S Asokan
M Horvath
G Tong
T Goodwin

2nd xi (A)

vs Oxted & Limpsfield CC

P Linter *
K Khaira +
T Clements
R Oliver
C Daniel
J Gillis
A Lawrence
H Fitzgerald
D Jones
A Rehman
B Stephens

3rd xi (a)

vs trinity old mid whitgiftians

T Sturm
Z Ahmed *
T Jackson
M Rudolph
A Wilmot +
M Suggitt
I Dhalla
A Maniyar
S Joshi
B Longhurst
G Smith

4th xi (h)

vs Thames Ditton CC

D Morjaria
D Kemp
C Hewitt
N Dunmore *
M Steans
B Houghton +
Z Collier
M Singh
K Hamblin
J Povah
TBC

HWRCC Colts’ Round Up… WEEK 3

Hello and welcome to week 3 at the WICK – the weather wasn’t too kind last week so a slightly shorter than expected update from the colts! Also included is this week’s update is news on your kit orders, information about complimentary tickets to the Oval and details of our half-term cricket camps.

Match results and reports

U9s suffer back to back defeats
A tough week saw the U9s lose to both Ham & Petersham and Sunbury.

Against Ham & Petersham, the U9s bowled well but credit goes to the opposition for scoring 324/4.  Our champs gave it their all when chasing but unfortunately fell short by 90 runs – however we were treated to 2 excellent pull shots that hit the boundary and some very dogged defending against some very fast bowling.

 

And it didn’t get any easier on Sunday against a very strong Sunbury team! Sunbury restricted us to 199/15 with some excellent bowling! In reply, they scored 340/4 to win the game comfortably. A special mention goes to Holly Gaynor and Ben Smith.

 

U10s match cancelled… again!   
The U10s have yet to play in the South Middlesex league after seeing their second league of the season cancelled due to rain! Hopefully third time lucky this week v Barnes!

U11s beat Walton on Thames
The U11s beat Walton on Thames on Friday evening by 30 runs. After being put into bat, the U11s reached 113/5 of their 20 overs… with Ram Kolanu (31 no) being retired for the second match in a row. An impressive bowling display saw Walton out for 83 runs – Ollie Smith, Will Hardy and Theo Devonald all picked up 2 wickets. The U11s match v Richmond earlier in the week was cancelled due to rain.

Mixed week for the U12s
The U12s were the unfortunate victims of an impressive bowling display by the Bank of England! The recent bad weather made the scoring runs extremely difficult on Kings Field, so it was no surprise to see a low scoring game. Bowling first, the Wick U12s managed to get restrict the Bank of England to 78 all out.  Sadly, the Bank of England’s consistency with the ball saw them take four ducks and only Yuvraj Khaira (15) and Aden Ikram (14) could make double figures. In the end the Wick U12s fell short by 13 runs. MoM was Yuvraj for standing strong throughout 19 very difficult overs and finishing up with two wickets to his name. A special mention also goes to Harris Cathcart who took an amazing one-handed catch in the slip cordon.

However, there was good news for the U12s development team who comprehensively beat Richmond B.  Batting first our U12s reached an intimidating 303/4 off 20 overs – with Joe Spensley top scoring (21 not out). Richmond were never in the chase and finished on 252/6 after their 20 overs, with Max Powell picking up a couple of wickets.

 

The U12s game v Indian Gymkhana was cancelled earlier in the week due to the bad weather!

 

Toss of a coin heartbreak for the U13s
The U13s National Cup game v Malden Wanderers was cancelled for a second week running – with the next round looming, a toss of a coin was used to determine the winner! Unfortunately, our U13s ended up losing out!

 

Earlier in the week the U13s lost to Chiswick & Whitton by 1 wicket. The game started well, with the U13s taking 6 wickets in the first 6 overs! However, Chiswick & Whitton recovered to post 119/9 of their 20 overs. Pick of the bowlers were Ralph Higgins, Callum Hogg and Ollie Hoadley – all taking 2 wickets apiece. HWRCC U13s were never in the chase… finishing 59 all out after 11 overs. The U13s game v Esher was rained off!


U15s march on with another comprehensive win and batting display
An exceptional batting performance v Cheam, saw the U15s register back to back wins in the Mid-Surrey league. Batting first, the U15s posted a formidable 200/2 off 24 overs thanks to Luca Fooks (54 no), Connor Hewitt (49), Chris Cole (45) and Jivraj Singh (34). In reply Cheam managed 167/6 with Jonny Steans taking 2 wickets! The U15s match v Richmond B was rained off earlier in the week.

KIT orders available to collect on Sunday
Orders made at the kit roadshow on 28 April will be available for collection this Sunday.

 

This Sunday @ the CLUB
This Sunday sees the start of our All Stars programme, which means it’ll be busy! Parking maybe more difficult than usual so we do strongly recommend that you walk if you live locally. If not, parking maybe found on nearby streets (e.g. Church Grove / Sandy Lane). 

 

For more information visit: www.allstarscricket.co.uk/hwrcc


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 (simonpgjones@gmail.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!  

Half-term CRICKET Camps
We’re delighted to announce that we’ll be running cricket camps at HWRCC during the next half-term (28 – 31 May). We hope that you’ll be able to join us…The camps are open to those that are currently in our U10s – U14s. If you have any questions on player suitability, then please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

The sessions will 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. You can also book individual days if you don’t want to commit to all four days… places are limited so to avoid disappointment please book as soon as possible. To book, visit:

https://campscui.active.com/orgs/MonteLynchCoaching?orglink=camps-registration


And don’t forget that we’ll also running summer camps on 22-25 July5-8 August and 19-22 August… for more information visit: https://www.montelynchcoaching.co.uk/schedule

This week’s showdowns…

Monday 13 May  
HWRCC U13s v Hampton Hill (South Middlesex League)

Wednesday 15 May
HWRCC U11s v Wycombe House (South Middlesex League) – MAIN SQUARE

Thursday 16 May
Barnes v HWRCC U10s (South Middlesex League)

Friday 17 May  
HWRCC U12s v Sunbury (South Middlesex League)
Hampton Hill v HWRCC U15s (South Middlesex League)

Saturday 18 May  
HWRCC U10s v East Molesey (West Surrey League)

Sunday 19 May
 
HWRCC U9s v Indian Gymkhana (South Middlesex League)
HWRCC U13s v Malden Wanderers (Mid-Surrey League)
HWRCC U15s v Barnes (Mid-Surrey League)

From the seniors
Saturday saw a full complement of fixtures, and while results didn’t fully go our way, we beat the rain to finish all four games. All teams can take positives from their performances! For the weekends scorecards and match reports visit… https://www.hwrcc.co.uk/2019/05/14/another-week-at-the-week-senior-update/

This weekends action – Bar will be open!

1st XI host Old Pauline CC in a local Derby – 12pm Start

2nd XI travel to Trinity Mid Whitgiftian’s

3rd XI play East Molesey on the Kingsfield

4th XI look to get off the mark at Valley End

Have a great week…!

Sandeep Khaira
HWRCC Colts’ Chairman

HWRCC Colts’ Round Up… WEEK 2

Hello and welcome to week 2 at the WICK – here’s a quick summary of the latest results and fixtures from the colts’… also included is information on May half-term Cricket Camps and news from the seniors. Before we get to the detail, a big thank you to all of you that came to the welcome drinks last Friday to support the club!


Match results and reports


U9s edge out Richmond 

The U9s made a confident start to the season, beating Richmond by 13 runs. Having been put into bat, the U9s scored 91 runs of their 20 overs for the loss of only 2 wickets – everyone showed great skill with the bat and the running between the wickets was on par with the 1st XI if not better!! The Wick bowled a tight line and restricted Richmond’s reply to 78/7. Moment of the match was a spectacular one-handed catch by Atharva Rao off his own bowling.


U10s off the mark with first league win!   

The U10s kicked of their West Surrey League campaign with a narrow win over Royal Ascot. Batting first, the U10s posted a respectable 251/9 with Tom Gaylor and Dylan Kingston top scoring. In response Royal Ascot reached 241/10 off their 20 overs with Eshan Bithal taking 3 wickets. 

The U10s’ first ever South Middlesex league match (against Wycombe House) was called off earlier in the week due to a heavy downpour just before the start of the game.


U11s avenge cup defeat against Hampton Hill but miss out v Esher

The U11s got some revenge against Hampton Hill, who had beaten them the previous week in the cup. The team put in a very strong batting performance, reaching 112/8 (included an impressive 32 from Ram Bhushan). HWRCC then bowled and fielded well, restricting Hampton Hill to 111 all out after 20 overs. A big well done to Alex Hide for his amazing stop on the boundary. Also, well done Stefanos Alston, who recovered well from bowling a no ball in the last over by coming up with a stunning delivery off the final ball to win us the game. Report provide by team captain Charlie McLauchlan for the match report. 


Against Esher later in the week, the U11s were led by 
Freddie Walton. According to his match report, after a confident start in the field, concentration levels started to drop, allowing easy runs for the opposition. A special mention goes to Barney Short for getting two wickets. Esher finished with a good score of 147/10 after 18 overs. The whole team then put in a great performance with the bat, facing some strong bowling. Both Freddie and Aneel Dade ended up retiring on 30 not out. HWRCC finished on 124/8… 23 runs short. Overall it was good performance against a very good team.


U12s bounce back against Richmond Girls after heavy defeat earlier in the week 

The U12s kicked off their South Middlesex league campaign against a very impressive Richmond side. Richmond won the game by 7 wickets despite a defiant 42 from Olly Spray. Later in the week, the U12s bounced back in the Mid-Surrey league to win by 4 wickets against Richmond Girls… Harris Cathcart was MoM with 2 wickets and 25 runs to his name.


Unexpected week off for the U13s
The U13s cup game on Thursday night v Malden Wanderers was called off due to the weather and Sunday’s league match v Teddington conceded by the opposition (not enough players apparently!), leaving the U13s with week off!

Half-term CRICKET Camps


We’re delighted to announce that we’ll be running 
cricket camps at HWRCC during the next half-term (28 – 31 May). We hope that you’ll be able to join us

The camps will be run by our head coach Monte Lynch and will build on our winter training programme. The sessions will be centred around short, quick-fire games and intensive breakouts focussing on key disciples. All the methods used are proven to helping players improve their ability and understanding, not just in cricket but across several sports. The camps are open to those that are currently in our U10s – U14s. If you have any questions on player suitability, then please don’t hesitate to get in touch.


The sessions will 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. You can also book individual days if you don’t want to commit to all four days… places are limited so to avoid disappointment please book as soon as possible. To book, visit:


https://campscui.active.com/orgs/MonteLynchCoaching?orglink=camps-registration


And don’t forget that we’ll also running summer camps on 22-25 July5-8 August and 19-22 Augustfor more information visit:


https://www.montelynchcoaching.co.uk/schedule

Marathon Man…


Firstly - a massive thank you to all those who have kindly donated to Ian Collier's  
(HWRCC club member for as long as I can remember) chosen London Marathon charity Get Kids Going!  He made it round in 4hrs 50 and spent double that time "rehydrating" afterwards. For those who were waiting to see if he made it, the donations page is still open so please dig deep and give some of your hard-earned cash to a great charity. All the details about Get Kids Going are on his Virgin Money page.


The week ahead…


Tuesday 07 May April 

Chiswick & Whitton v HWRCC U13s (South Middlesex League)


Wednesday 08 May

HWRCC U10s v Hampton Hill (South Middlesex League)
Richmond v HWRCC U11s (South Middlesex League)
Richmond B v HWRCC U15s (South Middlesex League)


Thursday 09 May

HWRCC U11s v Indian Gymkhana (South Middlesex League)
Malden Wanderers v HWRCC U13s (National Cup)


Friday 10 May  

HWRCC U11s v Walton on Thames (West Surrey League)
Esher v HWRCC U13s (Mid-Surrey League)


Saturday 11 May

HWRCC U12s v Richmond (Friendly)


Sunday 12 May

HWRCC U9s v Sunbury (South Middlesex League)
HWRCC U12s v Bank of England (Mid-Surrey League)

Cheam v HWRCC U15s (Mid-Surrey League)


From the seniors...


Last Saturday was the club's final round of friendly fixtures, with both the 2s and 3s in action. The 2s registered a solid win against Old Rutlishians thanks to
Max Germain, Sashi Asokan and Sunny Patel. Whilst the 3rd went down to East Molesey despite notable performances for Mike Suggitt and Abdur Rehman and current colts’, Charlie Higgins and Connor Hewitt.


On Sunday, we hosted Hampton Hill in the first round of the Surrey Championship Twenty20 tournament… the Wick ran out comfortable winners thanks to an impressive 109 from Caleb Bate. Phil Linter and Nick Browning did the damage with the ball.


This Saturday sees all four teams in league action for the very first time this season…


1st XI travel to Trinity Mid-Whitgitians 

2nd XI host Streatham and Marlborough 
3rd XI away day at Beddington CC. 
4th XI home to Egham


Feel free to pop down and watch the seniors’ in action
– the bar will be open from late afternoon.


Have a great week…!


Sandeep Khaira

HWRCC Colts’ Chairman

A Week At The Wick - Senior Update

With the start of our league campaign just days away, we can begin our weekly update of all things Wick!

RESULTS

Last Saturday was the club's final round of friendly fixtures, with both the 2s and 3s in action.

The 2nd XI hosted Old Rutlishians (both hard to spell and pronounce). After bowling first the Wick bowled them out for 143, with Sunny Patel and Sashi Asokan both taking 3 wickets. Now with any Wick chase, there is the inevitable collapse. Thankfully they got it out the way early. At 40-4 Max Germain and James Pease-Watkin entered the arena. Max scoring 78* and James with 25*. Both steered the Wick to a solid early season victory.

The 3rd XI hosted East Molsey and posted a competitive 178 in their 40 overs. With Mike Suggitt and Abdur Rehman both top scoring with 42. In response East Molsey had a relatively straight forward chase and got to their target 6 wickets down with 2 overs to spare. Notable mentions to Charlie Higgins and Connor Hewitt who opened the bowling with swing and hostility. Some promising signs for the future of the club.

Twenty20 XI hosted Hampton Hill in the first round of the Surrey Championship Twenty 20 on Sunday. With Blobz taking the reigns he became the 4th person to Captain the 1st XI this season, in just as many games. He wasn't to let the balcony faithful down. Wick posted an impressive 186 which included a blistering 109 from newbie Caleb Bate. With the ball, we were ruthless and rolled Hampton Hill for 66 in just 12 overs. Eye catching spells from both Freddy Linter and Claire Balding Nick  Browning. Very impressive start to the campaign boys. Bank of England CC await us in the next round.

FRESHERS NIGHT

With the first league game now just 3 days away we also have our first social event of the year. This year we shall be starting with a beer/j20 pong night. Its only £15 to enter and that includes food for the evening plus all beer/j20 in the game itself. So the longer you stay in, the more you get. Hopefully see as many of you there as possible!

IAN COLLIER - MARATHON MAN

Firstly - a massive thank you to all those who have kindly donated to Ian Collier's chosen London Marathon charity Get Kids Going! Your help is really appreciated.

He made it round in 4hrs 50 and spent double that time "rehydrating" afterwards. For those who were waiting to see if we made it, the donations page is still open so please dig deep and give some of your hard-earned cash to a great charity. All the details about Get Kids Going are on our Virgin Money page.

Thanks again for all your support,

Ian and Nick

COLTS

Keep an eye on our website for a regular update on the thriving colts section.

FIXTURES

A full compliment of league fixtures this wekeend.

1st XI travel to Trinity Mid-Whitgitians

2nd XI host Streatham and Marlborough (one for the sponsors)

3rd XI away day at Beddington CC.

4th XI home to Egham

Teams Available by Cicking Here.

Best of luck to all those involved.

Wick 156*

Wick Sunday Team vs. Widdadune CC 28th April 2019

A cricket match in April always feels like a bit of a bonus; albeit one where multiple layers of warm clothing are likely to be required. At the toss, 2 jumpers were needed. The skippers discussed preferences; the Wick were batting.

Ben Houghton and Olly Coles opened the innings. Both looked comfortable against the new ball, and both played attractive shots through the off-side when the bowlers dropped short. With the opening stand on 30-odd Houghton (14) aggressively cut a ball which bounced rather more than expected and was well-held at slip. Will Taylor joined Coles and mixed sensible defence with the odd lusty blow down the ground.

Since the turn of the year Coles has had the pleasure of working consistently with the Wick's new head coach, Monte Lynch. For those readers who not have attended any of Monte's sessions, it is important to note the emphasis that has been placed on aggressive running between the wickets. Coles and Taylor started picking up quick singles and turning ones into twos. Monte would have been impressed. As the scoring rate increased, Coles called Taylor for a sharp single. Taylor was unmoved. Coles was 3/4s of the way down the track, he turned and had nearly completed 1.5 runs when he was run out for 16.

Imran Dhalla joined Taylor for his first bat since August. The pair looked comfortable before Taylor (22) was undone by an excellent yorker. Skipper Nick Dunmore joined Dhalla. Hoping to increase the scoring rate against a slow bowler, Dunmore started by playing a series of swings, swipes and slogs which found the edge and produced a handful of byes. Having been dropped at slip, from a hard chance, Dunmore found some rhythm and dispatched a few boundaries including a six into the Sky Lark colony, before being LBW for 27.

With the score now at 120, and 6 wickets in hand, the Wick had thoughts if a score of 200. With Dhalla playing a sensible, controlled innings the other batters had the freedom to attack the Widdadune bowlers. Duncan Higgins (2), Zubair Ahmed (15), Connor Hewitt (13) partly succeeded in this aim, before Dhalla was adjudged LBW for an excellent 44. On leaving the field, Dhalla chuntered about his inability to make a 50 for the Wick. Imran, I am sure your first half-century is not far away.

The innings finished rather quickly as Sarang Joshi (3), Tim McMullan (2) and Graham Smith (0*) took the Wick to a total of 178. Rather less than had been hoped at one stage, but certainly competitive.

After a superb Ken tea, including both burgers and sausages, Joshi and Smith took up the attack for the Wick. With both bowlers entering the fray for their debut for 2019 it was not long before good lines and lengths were found. Joshi was unlucky as one of the Widdadune openers played and missed 5/6 times during consecutive overs. The score ticked along, with the occasional bad ball being dispatched to the boundary. After 14 overs, with the half century up without loss, a double change saw Tim McMullan and Connor Hewitt take up the attack. The batters responded with aggressive shots and the scoring rate rose. It was McMullan, getting good shape away, who broke the opening stand at 80. McMullan deceived the batsman with a change of pace, the ball struck the back of the bat, and Ahmed held a good catch at slip.

The next over saw the introduction of Coles to bowl off-breaks (a suggestion by President Smith). A well flighted delivery gripped and caught the outside edge of the left-handed number 3 batsman; before being expertly grabbed at slip by Ahmed. When McMullan struck again 3 overs later, the Wick had taken 3 quick wickets and felt a genuine opportunity to apply pressure.

During the next passage of play Hewitt and Ahmed applied the required pressure. Hewitt bowled fast and straight, whilst Ahmed bowled slowly and outside off stump. The Widdadune batters were able to keep the scoreboard ticking over with a variety of aerial but effective strokes. During this period of play, Connor Hewitt produced his best spell of bowling for the Wick. Keeping the ball on a full length, Hewitt bowled with pace and hostility and his reward of 2 wickets did not reflect the quality of his bowling. Taylor was introduced to the attack as Hewitt tired and dismissed the obdurate Widdadune opener who was well held by Dhalla who was taking a post-tea spell behind the stumps. Unfortunately, skipper Dunmore dropped a skier from the unlucky Taylor with a handful of runs required, before Widdadune reached their target.

It had been a very enjoyable early season game of friendly cricket. Although the result had gone against the Wick, everyone had participated and taken advantage of time on the field. As the teams retreated to the bar in milky sunlight, jumpers were still being warn; it was April after all!

 

WICK TRAINING / PRE-SEASON

TRAINING / PRE SEASON 

Sunday 7th April - Final Session Indoor Nets (Richard Challoner)

 

Saturday 13th April - First Outdoor Session 11am @ The Wick 

 

Sunday 14th April - Sunday XI vs Stroke Makers CC 1pm Start @ The Wick

 

Tuesday 16th April - First Tuesday Net 6pm @ The Wick

 

Saturday 20th April - Training 11am @ The Wick

 

Sunday 21st April - Sunday XI vs Paddington CC 1pm Start @ The Wick

 

Tuesday 21st April - NETS 6pm @ The Wick 

 

Saturday 27th April - 1st XI Friendly vs Old-Hamptonians  11am Meet (12pm Start) @ The Wick

                             Training for those not involved 11am @ The Wick 

 

Sunday 28th April -   Malden Wanderers vs Wick (National Cup) 10:30am meet @ Wick (12pm Start Aw

                              Sunday XI vs Widdadune CC 1pm Start @ The Wick

 

Tuesday 30th April -   NETS 6pm @ The Wick

 

Saturday 4th May -    2nd XI Friendly vs Old Ruts 11am meet (12pm Start) @ The Wick

                              3rd XI Friendly vs East Molesey (Time TBC @ AWAY)

Training will be organised for those not involved 11am @ The Wick

 

Sunday 5th May -       Wick Twenty20 XI vs Hampton Hill CC 10:45am meet (12pm Start) @ The Wick 

                              The bar will be open all day and into the evening as we hope to progress to the 2nd round and bring in the bank holiday in true wick style. *Insert naked photo*

 

Tuesday 7th May -     NETS 6pm @ The Wick

 

Saturday 11th May -   1st XI / 2nd XI / 3rd XI / 4th XI - FIRST LEAGUE GAMES (WICKWASH PLS) 

 

T20 Cup

HWRCC have been drawn at home against Hampton Hill CC in the Surrey Championship T20 Competition.

Date: 5th May 2019

Time: 13:00

The Wick don't have the best record in this competition and will be hoping to reach the 2nd round for the first time in 4 years. Bar open all afternoon!

Saturday Teams 19th May 2018

1st XI VS ashford CC

Away Match (Start @ 12:00)

  1. Imran Rashid (c)
  2. Ryan Jewiss
  3. Adam O'Mahoney (wk)
  4. Iain Tong
  5. Max Germain
  6. Ed Charlton
  7. Dhritiman Sharma
  8. Graeme Tong
  9. Aaron Jewiss
  10. Usman Janjua
  11. Will Taylor

Umpire: Keith Nicholls


2nd XI VS Addiscombe CC

Home Match (Start @ 12:00)

  1. Joe Hirsch
  2. Tom Crowther
  3. Robbie Oliver
  4. Tom Clements (wk)
  5. Harry Copeland
  6. Rory Blanchard
  7. Asokan Sashi
  8. Nick Browning
  9. Phil Linter (c)
  10. Ed Barney
  11. Mik Horvath

Umpire: Stephen Riley


3rd XI VS sanderstead CC

Home Match (Start @ 13:00)

  1. Zubair Ahmed (c)
  2. Altaf Shahpurwala
  3. Abdur Rehman
  4. Craig Daniel
  5. Sam Kemp (wk)
  6. Mike Suggitt
  7. Sam Jones
  8. Ben Stephens
  9. Moazam Ali Rashid
  10. Tom McMahon
  11. Graham Smith

4th XI VS Staines & Laleham CC

Away Match (Start @ 13:00)

  1. Ben Houghton (wk)
  2. Phil Miles
  3. Nick Dunmore (c)
  4. Tim Sturm
  5. Sam Blank
  6. Oli North
  7. Zak Collier
  8. Jacob Gillis
  9. Conor Hewitt
  10. Aquib Maniyar
  11. Ben Chapman

Note: Teams will receive text message for meet time.

Good Luck!

Wick 155*

Saturday Teams 12th May 2018

1st XI VS Woking & horsell CC

Home Match (Start @ 12:00)

  1. Adam O'Mahoney (wk)
  2. Imran Rashid (c)
  3. Matt Davies
  4. Robbie Oliver
  5. Max Germain
  6. Iain Tong
  7. Dhritiman Sharma
  8. Graeme Tong
  9. Aaron Jewiss
  10. Will Taylor
  11. Usman Janjua

Umpire: Keith Nicholls


2nd XI VS kingstonian CC

Away Match (Start @ 12:00)

  1. Joe Hirsch
  2. Ryan Jewiss
  3. Keerat Khaira
  4. Ed Charlton
  5. Harry Copeland (c)
  6. Tom Clements (wk)
  7. Rory Blanchard
  8. Nick Browning
  9. Ben Stephens
  10. Ed Barney
  11. Mik Horvath

3rd XI VS worcester park CC

Home Match (Start @ 13:00)

  1. Zubair Ahmed (c)
  2. Tom Simcock
  3. Alex Bilton (wk)
  4. Craig Daniel
  5. Moazam Ali Rashid
  6. Mike Suggitt
  7. Altaf Shahpurwala
  8. Abdur Rehman
  9. Tom McMahon
  10. Sam Blank
  11. Graham Smith

4th XI VS kempton CC

Away Match (Start @ 13:00)

  1. Ben Houghton (wk)
  2. Phil Miles
  3. Nick Dunmore (c)
  4. Sam Kemp
  5. Charles Edmonds
  6. Rob Ritchie
  7. Zak Collier
  8. James Adam
  9. Ben Chapman
  10. Jacob Povah
  11. Simon Boughey

Note: Teams will receive text message for meet time.

Good Luck!
Wick 155*