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Bromsgrove Cricket Club


Sunday 1sts and Saturday 4ths finish as Champions
The Sunday 1st XI were crowned Champions of the Worcs Sunday League after defeating Beacon by 126 runs at Cherry Hill Road. Batting first Ryan Pedley (top) and George Cracknell (47) made a fine start to the innings. Pedley (top) went on to make 121 with Tom Underhill (42) before skipper Adam Jones and Jayden Levitt added 45 from the final 5 overs as the Boars set a challenging target of 285. Beacon made a steady reply but lost wickets regularly and their innings eventually petered out for 159 with the wickets being shared. Bromsgrove's Will Tuffin and George Cracknell were named Bowler and Batter of the league respectively.

The 4ths clinched the Division 4 title on Saturday with a 9 wicket defeat over Old Hill. Bromsgrove took to the field first with Ben Johnson (3/16) and Matt Crane (3/19) wasting little time in bowling the visitors out for 71. Bromsgrove required just 10 overs to knock the runs off - Paul Hutchins finished 43 not out and Charlie Cordes 20 not out.

The 3rd XI were set 181 for victory after Max Smith (middle) and Tom Downing had taken 3 wickets a piece against Old Hill at Highley Cricket Club. Mike Bennison and Tom Hope made a good start but the youngsters Matt Anderson (42*) and Jake Dennison (59*) secured the victory and 6th place for Bromsgrove.

The 2nd XI were unlucky to miss out on promotion after a last ball defeat at Stratford. Batting first, the Boars set a target of 241 for victory but Tim Smart made sure that it was the Warwickshire outfit who are promoted as he scored 72*.

Wellington 1st XI needed a victory at St. Godwalds Park to earn promotion back to the Premier Division and they looked on course to get it after the Boars slipped from 142-2 to 169 all out. Joe Dodd (bottom) joint top scored with Alexei Kervezee - both players made 71. In reply Graeme Whiles (3-28) tore through Wellington's top order and then left the Bromsgrove spinners to clear up as Wellington were defeated by 24 runs.

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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: Greg Johnson £100, Steve Hill (£15), John Hickman (£10)

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



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

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





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ANNUAL DINNER & AWARDS EVENING 4TH OCT 2014

Bromsgrove's Annual Club Dinner & Awards evening will this year take place on Saturday 4th October at the Grafton Manor Hotel in Bromsgrove. If you have not yet received an email invite then please contact Ellen Husbands. More>>


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