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Teams for Saturday 14th July

1st XI (Home to Havant) 11am start
Meet Time: 9:30am
MP Heffernan
A Gonella
D Harris
S Myers
J Paul
A Postles
M Salmon
B Mortimer
Dan Scott
T Salmon
J Ballinger

2nd Team (Away to Ryde) 1pm start
Meet time: Lee to confirm
T Green
D Evans
A Freeman
I Mason
Devyn Scott
X Bochereau
L Partner ©
T Fuller
I Carpenter
T Paul
A Hughes

3rd Team (Home to Donnington) 1pm
Meet time: tbc
M Green
N Heffernan
M Ball
J Wright
E Ballinger
G Porter
S Bridger
A Tapp
A Wright
E Streek
R Sharratt

4th Team (Away to Headley III) 1pm
Meet time: tbc
A Trim
R Crook
J Wills
N Craig
R Housley
S Scott
J Foulkes
N Vincent
S Crook
R Van De Linde
W Roberts

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T20 Team for Sunday 8th July

Away to Portsmouth – 3pm start
Meet time: 1pm

D Harris ©
MP Heffernan
S Myers
J Paul
A Gonella
M Salmon
T Green
T Salmon
D Scott
D Scott
L Partner

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Teams for Saturday 7th July

1st XI (Away to Bashley) 11am start
Leave Time: 8:45am
MP Heffernan
M Marais
D Harris
S Myers (c)
J Paul
MJ Heffernan
M Salmon
B Mortimer
Dan Scott
T Salmon
J Ballinger

2nd Team (Home to St Cross III) 11am start
Meet time: 9:45am
A Postles
A Pearce
T Green
M Pein
A Freeman
H Gadsby
Devyn Scott
X Bochereau
L Partner (c)
T Fuller
S Ball

3rd Team (Home to Tichborne Park II) tbc
Meet time: tbc
I Mason
D Evans
E Ballinger
M Ball
R Sharratt
J Wright
M Green
S Bridger
E Streek
D Trim
P Sampson

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Summer camps 2018

SUMMER TERM CRICKET COACHING CAMPS

  • Camp 1: 30th July to 3rd August inclusive
  • Camp 2: 13th August to 17th August inclusive

Programmes for all ages and abilities
Beginners, school and club players, club and district standard players
Ages from 7 years to 14 years – boys and girls all welcome
Gull time professional coaching staff including

  • Jack Myers (Dorking CC – UKCC Diploma in Cricket Coaching – Surrey CB Coach)
  • Hugo Hammond (ALTON CC – UKCC Level2 Coach – 1st XI Player)

Supported by qualified ECB coaches – all DBS approved
Using the superb net facility – bowling machines – crazy catch – pitches and outfields

  • Programmes include:
  • skill practice – games-nets-quizes- ecbca dvds
  • fully stocked café/tuckshop open for food and drink daily
  • prizes and certificates for all

Limited places per age group ………… book early to qualify for discount
See your chance to shine coach for further details or click here for the booking form

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Teams for Saturday 30th June

1st XI (Away to Burridge) 11am start
Meet time: 9am
MP Heffernan
M Marais
D Harris
S Myers
J Paul
H Hammond
M Salmon
B Mortimer
Dan Scott
T Salmon
J Ballinger

2nd Team (Home to Burridge II) 1pm start
Meet time: 11:45am
A Postles
L Partner
T Green
M Pein
A Freeman
H Gadsby
Devyn Scott
X Bochereau
I Carpenter
T Fuller
S Ball

3rd Team (Home to Fair Oak III) 1pm start
Meet time: 12pm
I Mason
G Porter
E Ballinger
M Ball
R Sharratt
A Marshall
M Green
S Bridger
E Streek
A Tapp
R Van De Linde

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Teams for Saturday 23rd June

Saturday

1st XI (Home to Basingstoke) 11am start
Meet time: 9:30am
MP Heffernan
A Hammond
M Marais
D Harris
S Myers
MJ Heffernan
H Hammond
M Salmon
Devyn Scott
T Salmon
J Ballinger

2nd Team (Away to OT’s & Romsey) 1pm start
Meet time: 10:45am
A Postles
A Pearce
T Green
J Paul
A Freeman
L Partner
D Trim
X Bochereau
I Carpenter
T Fuller
S Ball

3rd Team (Away to AWE Tadley) 1pm start
Meet time: 12pm
I Mason
N Heffernan
E Ballinger
T Paul
R Sharratt
R Crook
M Green
S Bridger
E Streek
A Tapp
P Sampson

4th Team (Home to Bramley II) 1pm start
Meet time: tbc
A Trim
M Bramah
S Bramah
J Wills
J Wright
J Porter
A Marshall
J Cartwright
T Pascoe
G Parmar
A Wright tbc

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23rd June – QUIZ NIGHT & Jocks Back!

Quiz Night this Saturday

This Saturday we will be holding a quiz at the club. Come along and get quizzical!

Time: 8:30pm
£2.50 per person
Maximum 5 per team

Everyone welcome!

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President’s day, 15th July 2018

We are pleased to announce that the President’s day will take place again this year, on 15th July. All are welcome to come and enjoy the day, featuring a 40 over game and a hog roast in the evening (£5 p/h).

The world cup final will also be shown on the big screen in the evening.

Last year’s event was a real success, with a good game and the chance to see some old faces. Come down and enjoy the day!

Pres-day

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1XI v St Cross – 9th June – Match report

One man the difference as Brewers fall to home defeat

Brewers recent good form was ended on Saturday by an inspired performance from young St Cross all-rounder Harry Came. He was instrumental with both bat and ball as the visitors came out on top in another run fest at the JCG.

Things did not start well for the Brewers as in the warm up they lost in form opening bowler Ben Mortimer to a hamstring pull. Luckily the team sheet was not in so he was replaced by Michael Salmon. The visitors then won the toss and elected to bat on what looked like a fantastic surface.

The returning Dann Scott took on new ball responsibilities with Toby Salmon as the pair looked for the early breakthrough. Both started well but it was Salmon in particular who was causing the St Cross skipper plenty of issues. Myers chopped and changed his attack and it was Ballinger who made the breakthrough, Young edging to Myers at slip St Cross 25 for 1. Came joined skipper Foyle, Scott found the edge of Came early on but the Brewers failed to take their chance. Things continued to go against Alton as overseas Marais pulled his thigh in the field restricting his movement considerably.

Foyle survived Salmon’s fantastic opening spell but looking to attack Myers was soon the second man out Michael Salmon making no mistake under the high ball as Foyle was dismissed for 44 with the score on 69. Ballinger soon got his second Stokes sweeping in the air to deep square where Mark Heffernan took the catch St Cross 88 for 3.

Mead joined Came and from this point on the visitors took control. The pair built a match winning partnership of 187 as the Brewers were made to toil. The pair barely gave a chance as they both moved to mile stones Came completed a fantastic century and Mead past 50. When Mead holed out off Myers for 70 St Cross were in a commanding position at 272 for 4. Came moved past 150 before being finally dismissed by Ballinger for 151 off 162 balls. Alton took one more wicket as Hammond completed a great leg side stumping off Myers but St Cross continued to bat on as thy moved past 300, eventually declaring after 63.5 overs on 305 for 6.

With Marais unable to run skipper Myers decided to give him the opportunity to get the Brewers off to a flyer. Marais did not disappoint as he and Michael Heffernan took the attack to the St Cross attack. The pair put on 71 in quick time before Heffernan fell to Bransgrove for 24. Hammond continued in the same vein as he raced to 40. Marais passed 50 as the home side made it to tea on 126 for 1 off just 19 overs.

After tea the tide turned St Cross fought back, Hammond edged behind off Mitchell in the first over after tea. Then Harris became Cames first victim trapping him in front for 13 Alton 155 for 3. When Marais followed soon after also LBW off Came for a fine 73 Alton had slipped to 162 for 4.

The wickets continued to come for Came. Myers made 25 before miscuing to mid-wicket. Alton passed 200 but when Mark Heffernan and Hugo Hammond went in quick succession Came had 5 wickets to his name and Alton were 208 for 7. Some lusty blows from Michael Salmon who made a spirited 37 not out edged Alton nearer the winning draw total but with plenty of overs left Came was not finished he took 2 more wickets to end with figures of 7 for 52 before Ballinger was the last man out off Ayers as Alton slumped to 249 all out.

Alton will look to bounce back as they face Hampshire Academy twice in two days. They travel to the Ageas bowl on Saturday in the league before beginning the defence of their T20 title at home on Sunday – 3pm start.

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Teams for the 16th & 17th June

Saturday

1st XI (Away to Hants Academy) 11:00am start
Meet time: tbc
MP Heffernan
A Hammond
M Marais
D Harris
S Myers
MJ Heffernan
H Hammond
Devyn Scott
Dan Scott
T Salmon
J Ballinger

2nd Team (Home to Andover) 1pm start
Meet time: 11:30am
A Postles
T Green
J Paul
M Salmon
D Evans
A Freeman
L Partner
X Bochereau
I Carpenter
T Fuller
S Ball

3rd Team (Home to Ashford Hill) 1pm start
Meet time: 12:00pm
I Mason
N Heffernan
E Ballinger
T Paul
R Sharratt
M Green
S Bridger
M Ball
A Trim
A Tapp
R Van De Linde

4th Team – No Game

Sunday

T20 – (Home to Hampshire Academy) 3pm start
Meet time: 1.30pm
A Hammond
M Marais
D Harris
S Myers
H Hammond
MP Heffernan
M Salmon
A Gonella
Devyn Scott
Dan Scott
T Salmon