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Match Reports, 8th July 2017

Alton 1st XI V Havant 1st XI
Havant gain revenge.

Havant came to Jubilee in top form and seeking revenge after Alton snuck a win on the first game of the season.

Alton captain Scott Myers won the toss and did not hesitate to opt to bat. After previous successes batting first Alton looked to replicate this formula but against a strong Havant side they were sadly found wanting.

Alton did not get off to an ideal start loosing the wicket of Gonella second ball. Hammond and Harris looked both in good touch and put on a partnership of 20 until Hammond hit a well struck cut straight at Chris Morgan at gully leaving Alton 20-2. Harris continued his good form this season and managed to build a partnership with skipper Myers. Alton had passed 50 before Myers looking to take the attack to the visitors was given out stumped off of the bowling of local and Hampshire player Brad Taylor for 12.

Harris continued to try and add impetus to the Alton innings striking several boundaries in a well crafted 46. Sadly wickets continued to fall around him and when he was bowled off of the bowling of Taylor Alton were 89 for 9.  Mortimer was then out LBW off the bowling of Morgan for 8 and Alton’s collapse was complete. The Brewers blown away for a measly 95 all out. 3 wickets each for Morgan and Taylor really did put a spin on Alton’s innings. Leaving them with quite some work to do in the second innings.

During the break Alton regrouped and third ball of the second innings South African Sean Jamison had his first scalp, Ben Walker caught behind for 0. Next ball incoming batsmen Stuart Ransley was dropped at second slip by skipper Myers.

Ransley went on to score 44 including ten boundaries before being removed caught at slip off the bowling of Jack Myers. One more wicket fell, that of opener Brad Taylor (29) who was clean bowled by Jack Myers. Chris Stone and veteran Richard Hindley settled the ship and steered Havant home for a 7 wicket victory.

Alton travel to Lymington next Saturday looking for redemption and a much improved performance.

Havant 2nd XI v Alton 2nd XI
Seconds upset Havant

Alton second string made it 2 form 2 in their fight for survival as they returned home from Havant with a vital victory.

The young Brewers side were asked to bowl first and with a strong Havant top order in front of them they knew they would need to bowl. Salmon and Ball started well, Salmon removed the dangerous Hopson for 6 a sharp catch by Dan Scott at short extra cover reduced the home side to 17 for 1. Former Hampshire and England Under 19 Josh McCoy joined skipper Loat and the pair ticked the board along before the Brewers got a bit of luck Patrick Sampson deflecting the a straight drive from McCoy onto the stumps with Loat short of his ground backing up Havant 75 for 2.

The Brewers then looked to build the pressure Gadd who had put Alton to the sword earlier in the season reverse swept Sampson straight to the grateful Joe Paul at point and Havant were 83 for 3. McCoy was still looking dangerous and he past 50 and Havant moved to 138 before the returning Salmon made the breakthrough a fine catch by young Matt Pein saw McCoy depart for 68 and the score was 138 for 4. From this point on Alton seized control and the home side collapsed to 158 all out. Matt Pein and Ian Carpenter cleaning up the Havant lower order wit 2 wickets each.

Alton knew if they batted the overs then victory would be a likely outcome, but batting frailty has been a issue this season. McCoy was bowling a quick opening spell and when he accounted for both Salmon and Green Alton were 18 for 2. Michael Heffernan joined Hammond as the pair looked to rebuild. McCoy picked up his third wicket as Hammond drove back at him for 16. Alton 35 for 3.

Paul joined Heffernan and the pair built a steady partnership, when Paul was removed for 15 the Brewers had moved to 83 for 4. Heffernan remained calm waiting for the bad ball and moved to 50. Dan Scott was then stumped with the score on 104 for 5. Matt Pein and Heffernan managed to repel the returning McCoy and moved the visitors to within 18 of their target. Heffernan was then removed for 66 but Pein (16*) and Carpenter (4*) saw the Brewers home to a 4 wicket win. With other struggling teams winning this was a vital victory for the Alton second string.

 

 

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Match Reports, 1st July 2017. Brewers Bowl their way to three wins

Alton 1st XI V Burridge
Alton retuned to winning ways on Saturday in dramatic fashion, as they edged Burridge in what was a low scoring but fascinating affair.

The visitors won the toss and asked Alton to bat first. After last weeks disappointment the Brewers started in watchful fashion, but it was the visitors who made the early breakthrough. Hammond edging McMurray behind Alton reduced to 17 for 1 early.

Harris fresh from his hundred the week before joined Janmohamed but with the Burridge opening pair bowling a tight opening spell Alton were once again on the back foot as Harris edged Stancliffe behind for 5 and Alton were 38 for 2. Skipper Myers and Janmohamed looked to rebuild, the experienced pair looking comfortable moved the score past 70. Sullivan White was brought into the attack the Burridge seamer made the breakthrough, Myers miscuing to gully for 17. Alton were now 71 for 3.

Janmohamed was still there pouncing on anything short, he scored 46 in a 94 ball stay including 7 boundaries but when Sullivan picked up his second wicket finding the edge of Janmohamed, Steward once again making no mistake with the gloves. Alton lost their fourth wicket with the score on 90.

The Heffernan brothers struggled to move the scoreboard along before the lunch break but the pair saw the Brewers through to lunch without further loss as they went in at the break at 91 for 4. Looking to push the score on after tea Michael Heffernan was Sullivan’s third victim as he was caught and bowled with Alton still one short of one hundred. Mark Heffernan was just finding his rhythm when he too fell victim to Sullivan. Sullivan breached Heffernan’s defence bowling him for 21. When Postles fell straight after the economical Mugochi picking up his first victim, Alton were in further trouble at 116 fro 7.

Alton needed its lower order to deliver, however it was not to be Jamison who had in previous weeks added valuable runs was caught off slip off the bowling of Mugochi and when Sullivan picked up his fifth wicket removing Jack Myers for 8 Alton were staring down the barrel at 127 for 9. Sullivan returning fine figures of 4 for 44 off his 18 overs. Mortimer and Ballinger looked to frustrate Burridge but when but when Mortimer picked out long on, Mugochi ending proceedings with 3 for 22 off 13.5 overs, Alton slumped to 139 all out.

The pitch was offering some variable bounce but the home side were well sort of a par score. Jamison and Mortimer searched fro a quick start and when Mortimer removed Dan Hewitt for 0, Burridge were one down early with the score on seven. This did not change the visitors aggressive approach both Richards and Collings-Wells were quick to throw their hands at any width. The pair did seem to struggle with the pace of Jamison but it was Burridge who gained the early initiative as the partnership past 50.

Jamison eventually got his reward a fine delivery beating Richards defences clean bowling the Burridge opener for 37, the visitors 73 for 2. Jack Myers was brought into the attack, skipper Scott Myers gambled bringing the field up to the aggressive Colling-Wells. Collings-Wells obliged trying to clear the infield only to find mid on, Heffernan completing the catch the score now 83 for 3. Tea was taken with Burridge still in total control at 91 for 3.

Post tea the Brewers threw everything at Burridge, young Myers producing a magnificent spell of leg spin bowling to transform the game. He bowled Steward for 14 immediately after the break for 14 then followed this up immediately bowling Campopiano for 4. Alton sensed a glimmer of hope as Burridge fell to 95 for 5.

Stancliffe joined the dangerous Burridge overseas Mugochi but Myers was not finished as he continued to dominate, he cleaned bowled Mugochi then Stancliffe played on for 2. Myers had five wickets on the bounce and visitors were now 107 for 7 still 33 runs short of victory. Myers made it six as he removed skipper Ankers, a wonderful leg spin delivery finding the edge, brother Scott completing the catch at slip. Burridge in freefall at 108 for 8. Jack with fabulous figures of 6 for 32 off 14 overs.

The visitors were not finished though as the game took another twist. Sullivan who had been instrumental with the ball edged Burridge closer to the victory total. They were now still 8 down with only 9 required for victory. Jamison who had also bowled exceptionally well trapped Charles Bolton in front for a patient 8 as Alton got their ninth wicket, Jamison ending with figures of 2 for 41 off his 18 overs. Only seven runs were required for victory Sullivan now on 17 not out. Ballinger was back in the attack and with the Burridge number 11 in his sights the experienced off spinner trapped McMurray in front a vociferous appeal followed and when the umpire raised his finger the Brewers had sealed what was an unlikely victory.

Alton will look to take the positives into next weekend as they host a strong Havant on Saturday. Sunday sees the Brewers face local rivals Liphook & Ripsley at Jubilee in the second round of the British Gas Premier League T20. The game will start at 3pm everyone is welcome there will be a BBQ and the bar will be open.

Fair Oak v Alton 2nd XI
After a heavy defeat the week before the Alton second eleven bounced back in encouraging fashion to defeat Fair Oak by 44 runs. The brewers coming out on top in what was a low scoring affair. Asked to bat Alton made an encouraging start but they slumped from 70 for 2 to 128 all out. Skipper Hugo Hammond led the way with 35, Tom Green was the only other player to make it past twenty making a valuable 26. Alton would have been fearing the worst as the home side moved to 31 without loss but once Stephen Ball had made the break trough wickets began to fall at regular intervals. Fair Oak collapsing to 84 all out. Toby Salmon picked up 4 for 36, Stephen Ball 2 for 18 and Lee Partner finished the innings off picking up 4 for 8 off just 4.2 overs.

Whitchurch V Alton 3rd XI
Alton third string made in 2 from 2 as they overcame Whitchurch by 64 runs. Alton posted a below par 145 all out, Andy Pearce the main contributor scoring a fine 55. 145 proved to be though as the returning Dan Trim blew Whitchurch away in a fine spell ending with figures of 5 for 16 off 8 overs. Young duo of Ethan Streek and Ellis Ballinger also picking up 2 wickets each as the visitors eased to victory.

Alton 4th XI v Wrecclesham
Alton were humbled by table topping Wrecclesham, asked to bat first Alton knew it would be a tough ask against a strong Wrecclesham side. Alton were bowled out for 79 with only Adrian Trim 25 and John Porter 12 holding up proceedings as they put on 33 for the last wicket. Wrecclesham chased down the target for the loss of three wickets to wrap up a comfortable seven wicket victory.

 

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Match reports, 17th June 2017

Alton ace Andover

Alton bounced back from last weeks disappointment to complete a convincing win over Andover at Jubilee. With the sun beaming down on Jubilee skipper Myers had no hesitation on electing to bat.

Things did not start well for the home side they lost Hammond early caught behind off the bowling Veettil with the score on 13. Janmohamed got himself in before the off spin of Hooper saw him caught off the glove for 26. Alton then had a middle order wobble as they were reduced to 56 for 4.
Mark Heffernan joined Scott Myers and the pair looked to dig Alton out of trouble. The pair saw Alton through to lunch without further loss. The pair added 83 valuable runs before Heffernan was unfortunately removed gloving behind again off the bowling of Veettil for a vital 34 off 72 balls, Alton 139 for 5.
Myers continued to accumulate as he past his half century. Postles and brother Jack batted alongside Scott Myers taking Alton past 200. When Sean Jamison joined the score was 208 for 7 some late hitting from both Myers and Jamison saw Alton psh on and move to 248 for 7. Myers in what was once again a fantastic skippers innings went into three figures in the final over ending on 102 not out off 145 balls.
Alton came out of the blocks fast, Andover who had spent a long hot 64 overs in field were blown away by Mortimer and Jamison. In the small session before tea the Brewers had reduced Andover to 27 for 5. Jamison with three and Mortimer with two wickets.

Sean Jamison celebrates an LBW

Sean Jamison celebrates an LBW

After tea Andover moved to 43 before Jamison picked up his fourth wicket giving him fine figures of 4 for 33. Mortimer ended his spell with nine over 2 for 27 and Alton were in control. Knight and Romar-Lee looked to counter attack for the visitors and some lusty blows against the spin of Ballinger and Myers saw Andover creep up to the rate. Alton knew that one error would see them gain control and one aggressive shot too many saw Romar Lee find Jack Myers at deep square who completed the catch safely and Andover were 115 for 7. Romar-Lee scoring an entertaining 42 of 32 balls. Knight then followed straight after for 33 Ballinger with his second wicket Andover 117 for 8  
Jack Myers then completed victory for the home side picking up two quick wickets as Andover tumbled to 123 all out.
Alton travel to the Ageas bowl nursery ground next week to take on Hampshire academy 11am start.  

Second Eleven v Gosport

Alton were undone by a fine 100 from the Gosport overseas import Michael Ruffell. Ryan Hale returning to his first club on UK shores scored a fantastic 100 for the Brewers but it was not enough to give Alton their second victory. Skipper Hugo Hammond scored 60 as Alton posted 238. With Gosport needing 10 an over late on Alton looked like they may sneak victory but it was not to be as the home side reached their target 7 down with 10 balls to spare.

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Match reports, 3rd June 2017

Alton v New Milton

Saturday saw Alton take on New Milton at Jubilee in the first of the timed game format. History suggests that this format suits the Brewers so the home side were keen to make a good start.

Alton won the toss and after recent disappointment with the bat elected to bat first. Hammond and new signing Abhay Gonella from Surrey Championship side Sunbury opened up for the Brewers. Things did not start well for the home side as they lost Hammond with no score on the board. Young Abhay Gonella showed no sign of nerves as he and Dan Harris looked to build a partnership.

Harris was the aggressor looking to take advantage of the early hard ball. The pair moved the score past thirty before Harris was out LBW for 21, Watts picking up his second victim. Skipper Myers joined Gonella and the pair dug in trying to build a platform for the home side. As the ball got softer scoring became harder on what was a consistent but slow pitch. The pair put on 57 before Gonella was unfortunately run out for a patient 25 off 109 deliveries. Alton lost Michael Heffernan for 9 just before lunch as they went into the break on 103 for 4 but with 43 overs gone.

With a maximum of 21 overs left Scott Myers and Mark Heffernan looked to get the board ticking over as they started the second session. Things went to plan as partnership moved past 50, Myers moved to his own half century, remaining patient throughout with some calculated stroke play moving the Brewers to a competitive total. Heffernan had made 19 when he was caught on the boundary looking to increase the rate further. Nick Gargaro picked up his second as Janmohamed was out for three and the Brewers were 167 for 6.

When Myers then fell for 84 in what was a fantastic captains innings off the bowling of Haggarty Alton were wobbling at 168 for 7. Alton looking for the extra bonus point before 60 overs lost their eighth wicket Jack Myers with the board on 172. A late cameo from overseas Jamison helped the home side to 200 off their 64 overs. He struck one four and two sixes in his 22 which would turn out to be a vital contribution.

Alton knew 200 was a competitive total if they bowled well on what was a difficult pitch to score freely on. The visitors made a steady start before Jamison made the breakthrough he found the edge of New Milton’s overseas Wakefield, Scott Myers making no mistake at second slip. New Milton 27 for 1. Ollie Shrubsole then misjudged a Scott Myers fall toss and was out LBW for 5 with the score on 36 for 2, honours even. Just before tea Jamison found the edge of Haggarty but Myers failed to hold on to a tough chance as the visitors made it to tea without further loss.

The final session of the day was to be a tense affair with all outcomes possible. The spin duo of Jack Myers and Julian Ballinger were entrusted to make the breakthrough. The former got his man a fantastic take from Janmohamed behind the stumps saw Haggarty stumped for 17 and New Milton were 68 for 3. A double Ballinger breakthrough saw the visitors reduced further to 89 for 5. Opener Tom Arnold stood firm as he made a patient 50. New Milton moved past 100 before Jamison returned clean bowling Dan Loader for 3, New Milton 105 for 6.

With Arnold still at the crease New Milton were still in the game. The score moved to 127 before Watts was removed for 9, Jamison again with his third wicket. With Alton seemingly beginning to edge this enthralling encounter young Ralf Hussey produced a cameo that would once see the game tip back into the balance. He scored 23 from 23 balls before one shot too many saw Jamison pick up his fourth Janmohamed completing the catch behind, the visitors now on 158 for 8. Jamison with 4 for 42.

New Milton were edging closer to the winning draw target but also the outright win, Arnold had played a sensible gritty innings and was being well supported by his lower order. Alton were frustrated further as off the bowling of Ballinger Campbell Golding was put down by Hammond, was this the Brewers last chance. With 4 overs left of the day the Brewers needed 2 wickets for victory with New Milton needing 21 for the win. Captain Myers brought himself back and when Golding was caught by the relieved Hammond the score was 180 for 9. Four leg byes moved the a score onto 184 but when Gargaro was trapped in front off the fourth ball of the over New Miltons resistance was finally broken. Visiting keeper Arnold had spent every ball of the match in the middle as he remained unbeaten on a determined 80 off 155 balls.

Alton were jubilant as they won by 16 runs in what was a absorbing encounter.

Alton will look to take confidence from this result as they travel to Winchester next week to dace St Cross.

SCORECARD

Alton ladies make it three from three

Alton Ladies made it three wins out of three on Sunday with a 60 run win over Parley Sports.

Gemma Porter capped a fine all-round performance, by claiming a remarkable four wickets in four balls, before a final run-out ended the game from the next delivery.

The margin suggests an comfortable win, but the reality was different as Parley looked good while chasing Alton’s 205.

The visitors made Alton work hard as they made it to 145-5 with 12 overs remaining, but fell in a heap against Porter’s accurate off-spin.

It completed a fine day for the Hampshire under 15 star, as she earlier carried her bat for 86*, in Alton’s total.

She was helped by Georgia Harsham (31) and Amelia Marshall who made a rapid 54 as Alton continued their winning start to the season.

SCORECARD

Waterlooville First XI v Alton Second XI

Alton’s second string fell to a heavy defeat at the hands of Waterlooville on Saturday as the lost by 121 runs. Waterlooville scored 232 with James Hortie and Tim Jackson completing half centuries for the home side. Toby Salmon took 4 for 47 with Lee Partner picking up 5 for 23 for the Brewers. Alton’s reply never really got going Thomas Green (24) and Shane Moody (20) were the only pair to make any kind of contribution as Alton were shot out for 111.

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Week 4, 2017 – Alton Bashed

Since the opening day heroics things have not gone the way Alton would have hoped with two heavy defeats. Making the long trip down to the New Forest to face Bashley, Alton knew they would have to perform well against a strong Bashley outfit.

Skipper Myers won the toss and choose to bowl first, Alton hoping to take advantage of any early movement. Jamison started well beating the bat on a number of occasions. When Jamsion did find the edge of Digby Alton failed to take advantage and the chance was put down. Mortimer was also asking questions from the other end and when Gates misjudged a full toss he was hit in front and given out LBW for 24. Alton had the breakthrough and Bashley were 38 for 1.

Patrick Page a young Australian fresh off the back of a century the week before joined Digby as they looked to build a platform for the home side. Alton looked to keep the pressure on and restrict the home side, but Page looked to be aggressive. With both batsman approaching fifty Ballinger had Page caught in the deep by Mark Heffernan for 45. Bashley though were well placed at 127 for 2. Alton sensed an opportunity to restrict the home side. Skipper Porter was removed early, Mark Heffernan completing his second catch off the bowling of skipper Myers. Digby passed his half century before he was removed by Ballinger, Mortimer completing the catch at mid on. Bashley were now 137 for 4.

Young Matt Pein was making his first team debut and when he removed both Chris Ridley and Samuel Thompson in consecutive balls the home side had stumbled to 158 for 6. The young Alton seamer returning fine figures of 2 for 19. 

Mitchell Wilson joined Chris Vaughan and with Alton unable to deliver the final blow they moved the score past 200. Wilson hit 3 maximums in the closing overs scoring 34 off 35 balls. Myers picked up 2 late wickets, Dan Harris catching Wilson & Mark Heffernan completing a hat trick of catches to remove Watkins for 11. Ballinger picked his 4th wicket and Bashley were all out for 240 with a ball to spare.

Alton were fairly happy with their work in the field and felt 240 was an attainable target. Unfortunately batting frailties came back to haunt the Brewers as they were blown away. Hammond and Heffernan started reasonably well against the pace of Barber. The former Hampshire and England U19 Barber was bowling with some real pace. Hammond seemingly in control pulled Barber away for 4 before being struck on the helmet. The very next ball Hammond was beaten my a full toss that broke his off stump in two.

Barber with his tail up found the edge of Harris the very next ball and Alton were already in trouble at 19 for 2. Myers joined Heffernan as the pair looked to rebuild, they negotiated the remainder of Barbers and Mitchells spells, but then a miss communication saw Heffernan run out for 18. Alton were now 60 for 3.

Things got worse for the visitors as Mark Heffernan drove in the air to cover 74 for 4 off the bowling of Ridley. Hugo Hammond tried to counter attack striking three boundaries but the returning Barber got his man before a full fast delivery struck Myers In front for 25 and Alton were staring down the barrel at 91 for 6. Barber had figures of 4 for 27.

Alton continued to lose regular wickets as they limped to 117 all out. Another disappointing performance from Alton, one they will look to put behind them as they host New Milton in the first of the seasons timed games.

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Salmons’ history at the home of rubgy

Toby Salmon - a-Plan private clients

Toby Salmon – a-Plan private clients

Alton Cricketers Michael and Toby Salmon returned to cricketing action this weekend, still basking in the glory of Twickenham success seven days previously.

The brothers, and sons of former England and New Zealand dual international Jamie Salmon, were victorious in the RFU Senior Vase for Farnham RFC.

The elder of the pair, Michael, skippered Farnham to a 37-15 success against Droitwich, while Toby (sponsored by a-plan private clients) earned the man-of-the-match gong for his tally of 19 points.

Huge congratulations from Alton CC to both brothers and all at Farnham RFC.

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Match reports, week 2, 2017

Alton v Lymington – Sat 13th May

Alton were brought back down to earth with a bump on Saturday. Full of confidence following their victory a week earlier Alton had hoped for more of the same as they hosted Lymington at Jubilee. Unfortunately Alton were to be blown away by the visitors in what was a hugely one sided affair.

Lymington won the toss and elected to bat. Alton had hoped that any movement would be found early on but Lymington came out hard and took advantage on what quickly became a apparent was a fantastic batting surface. Things did not go Alton’s way, Mortimer fresh off a 4 wicket haul pulled up in his early overs with a hamstring issue. Jamison bowled well early on but Lymington were in no mood to give up the initiative. Terry Crabb took the attack to Alton and punished anything off line, with Ryan Scott supporting from the other end.

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President’s day, Sunday 28th May

 

Everyone is welcome to attend our President’s day on Sunday 28th May.

There will be activities for all, as Brian Gillingham hosts a President’s v Chairman’s T20 from 3pm, preceded by a colts v parents game at 11:30

We hope to see as many of you there as possible for what promises to be a great day.Pres-day

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Season preview 2017

Alton Cricket Club are looking forward to further progress in 2017 after a winter of hard work behind the scenes.

The recent upgrade of the shower facilities in the Harry Baker Pavilion at Jubilee Fields by Alton Town Council has been well received and has been matched by hard work on the playing surface by the club and council in partnership.

Sean Jamison

Sean Jamison

Playing membership has been strengthened by the arrival of fast-bowling overseas star Sean Jamison, who plays for franchise Highveldt Lions and also provincial cricket for Gauteng in his native South Africa.

Dan Harris arrives to add firepower to the top of the order, having scored over 600 runs in the Northamptonshire premier league last term.

They will both take their place in SPL1 Premier this summer, as the league embarks on a new initiative using coloured clothing and white balls in the 50 over games.

Alton CC new kit - with sponsors Worldham Golf Club

Alton CC new kit – with sponsors Worldham Golf Club

Alton have secured sponsorship from Worldham Golf Club for their 50 over light and dark blue kit, which also brings benefits for cricket club members at the beautiful local 18 hole course. Membership and green fee information can be found at www.worldhamgolfclub.co.uk.

Alton CC & EdC Crossfit

Alton CC & EdC Crossfit

Secondary sponsorship has also been obtained from Esprit de Corps Crossfit and a-plan insurance. Having been set up in 2015 by Tom Wyles and Katherine Hobson, EdC Crossfit on Mill Lane now boasts over 100 active members with classes for all levels of fitness.  For more information go to www.edccrossfit.com. A-Plan insurance Deliver a service that’s truly tailored to you, and again, there are benefits for Alton CC members (www.aplan.co.uk).

Scott Myers will lead the first XI into the season looking to improve on last years consistent performances, aiming towards the top portion of the league table.

Steve Ball will continue to lead the 2nd XI who this year are also competing in the Southern Premier League, having been promoted into Div 3 after winning Hampshire League Division 1 last year.

The third and fourth XI’s as ever will form a valuable part of the competitive element of the club, both performing crucial roles in developing young talent and providing enjoyable cricket for all.

The ladies XI will hope for a better season this term after a challenging 2016, while the colts section continues to flourish.

Alton will be running the All-Stars cricket programme developed by the ECB and also running coaching in schools through the Chance to Shine programme.

Alton CC are always keen to welcome new playing members and supporters. Get in touch and we’ll be happy to hear from you!

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Colts fundraising event

We are holding a colts fundraising event at Worldham Golf club (our new one day sponsors!). All parents /Carers are welcome and encouraged to attend, as are all adults.

There will be home cooked food, target golf and other games, raffle, DJ and fully stocked bar. What better way to have a fun at the start of the new season and help the club with some fundraising.

Tickets available from Josie Wright (07771 682522) and Tozzy Bridger (07929 429495)

  • Date: Saturday 13th May 2017 (7pm to midnight)
  • Location: Worldham Golf Club
  • Tickets £20 per person

NB – any donations for the raffle greatly received!