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Bromsgrove Cricket Club


Saturday teams in the mix
The 1st XI kept up their promotion challenge with a comfortable win against Wombourne. Batting first the Boars battled to 163 with Jayden Levitt (top) making 49. In reply James Ganderton took 3 wickets and Ash Newdick took 4 as the home team were dismissed for just 83 leaving Bromsgrove 10 points behind 2nd placed Wolves.

The 2nd XI defeated early runners Kings Heath by 20 runs. Batting first Bromsgrove scored 223 thanks to Matt Russell (48), Duncan Roke (41) and Scott Burrows (bottom) who top scored with 54. Whilst the score line looks close, the match was over long before Kings Heath were bowled out in the final over for 203. Alistair Hickman was pick of the bowling with 4/23.

The 3rd XI were unable to resist the challenge of champions elect Bartestree. Batting first Bromsgrove limped to 141 all out as Paul Husbands top scored with 49. Bartestree needed just 21 overs to reach their target after Luke Sparrow hit 61 in no time. U13 player Tom Downing made a very encouraging debut with the ball for the Boars.

The 4th XI continued their march at the top of the league. They now stand 18 points clear of Old Vigs after a comfortable victory against Ross on Wye. Ian Ingram (61), Richard Barnes (60) and Neale Ingram (64) contributed to the Boars 241. Despite a battle with the Elements, Bromsgrove held Ross to 187/5, Ben Johnson pick of the bowling with 3/36.

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Boars runners up in Worcestershire County T20 Finals Day

Bromsgrove were beaten finalists in the inaugural T20 Finals Day played at New Road on the Bank Holiday weekend. Having first seen of the challenge of Stourbridge in the semi-final thanks to Adam Jones' match winning innings, Bromsgrove were not able to set a match winning target as they batted first in the final against eventual winners Ombersley.


The Boars Draw Fifty50 Club

June winners: Tony & Clare Jackson £100, Steve Hill £27.50
July winners: Keith Downing £100, Les Irving 17.50, Elspeth McNie £10
August winners:

Not in it? Contact Nick Taylor today and be in next month's draw!


Under 9's in the news again 

Bromsgrove's Under 9 team competed in the soft ball finals at Ombersley Cricket Club during the last weekend of August. More>>


Business Sponsorship

We offer local businesses the opportunity to get involved with Bromsgrove Cricket Club through some simple sponsorship packages. If you are interested in financially helping the Club then please read our sponsorship article with contributions starting from just £40 per season


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Bromsgrove Cricket Club is an Official Sky Sports Bar thanks to ECB subsidy funding. The Club's normal summer opening hours are:

Mon-Fri: 6:00pm - 11:00pm

Sat/Sun: 12:00pm - 11:00pm





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Saturday 13th September 12pm

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Sunday 1st XI reach final

The Sunday 1sts will play either Beacon or Halesowen in the Worcs Sunday League Final after defeating Barnt Green in a "winner takes all" match this weekend. Ash Newdick's 142 set up a challenging target of 278 for the Green to chase in 40 overs with the home team eventually falling 51 runs short. Bromsgrove now lead the South division by 8 points with just one match remaining. The final takes place at Barnt Green's Cherry Hill Road ground on Sunday 14th September.