Newclose awarded its annual batting and bowling awards at it 10 year celebration evening on the 13th September. The event started with a game against Milton Bryan CC from Bedfordshire, which was a tight affair but with a victory for Newclose.
Oli Soames and Joe Weatherley from Hampshire CCC were guests of honour for the celebrations and the evening celebration were led by trustee Hugh Griffith. The awards are given to the best bowling and batting performance at Newclose by an Isle o...
The Isle of Wight Association of Officials (IW ACO) are running scorers and umpires introductory courses on Saturday 12th October. Each session will last around 2-3 hours & will provide basic knowledge for those wishing to score or umpire in the future – it also provides a good base for the Level 1 courses planned in January or February
Venue – Arreton Cricket Club, PO30 3AN
9.30am – An Introduction to Scoring...
The Isle of Wight Council are running a Safeguarding and Protecting Children Course on the 9th October at Ryde Accademy, 6pm (3hrs). If any one at your club needs to atttend the course please complete the application form below and send back to the following email sports. firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Course: -
Every child deserves to enjoy playing sport and engaging in physical activity.
This interactive workshop will help coaches recognise poor practice and the red...
The Isle of Wight Association of Officials (IW ACO) will be offering two course this winter for anyone interested in learning more about Umpiring. Details of the courses are below, but if you are interested in attending either the Introductory or stage 1 course please email Janice Routledge on email@example.com to express you interest.
This short 2-4 hour standalone course will give any cricket enthusiast curious about becoming an umpire a ...
The Isle of Wight Disability Cricket Team made the long journey to Collingham & District Cricket Club in Lincolnshire to take on Yorkshire in the semi-final of the England & Wales Cricket Boards Super 9 competition after qualifying by winning all 6 of their league fixtures.
The Isle of Wight won the toss and decided to have a bowl on a damp day. Openers Kayton Evans (0-33) and bowler of the day Pete Brown (3-20) started well but could not find an early break through, that wa...
Following the incredible success of last year’s ALL STARS DAY, Hampshire Cricket are delighted to offer ALL STARS the opportunity to attend our T20 All Stars Day FREE OF CHARGE. This action packed event takes place on SUNDAY 21ST JULY at the Ageas Bowl, home of Hampshire Cricket, near Southampton. Just wear your All Stars t-shirt to the game and you will be given free entry for an afternoon of action packed T20 cricket, free kids activities and the opportunity to take part in the Al...
2019 NatWest OSCAs.
The 2019 NatWest OSCAs will be held at Lord’s Cricket Ground on Monday 14th October. All nominations will be due by Wednesday 31st July.
The NatWest OSCAs aim to reward the contribution that volunteers make to the game. We welcome nominations for volunteers from the traditional cricketing environments (Clubs, Leagues, and Boards) but in addition to this, we would like to recognise volunteers from emerging environments such as Higher and Further Ed...
BBQs were fired up, Mums and Dads dusted down their whites and guests were welcomed to clubs as a number of Island clubs hosted a Cricket World Cup Family Day. Below is a number of pictures from Arreton and East Cowes events who host junior, women's games, quizs and funs games.
The IOWCB U15s welcomed Oxfordshire to Ryde School in an 50 over match on Sunday.
Oxford batted first with wickets following at regular intervals Freddie Gurney picking up 3 wickets, however the run rate from Oxford was quite relentless only a tight spell from Cam Beal in the middle backed up by Will Mew at the end, held Oxford back, with the Island getting Oxford all out for 322 finished by a direct hit run out from Devon Pollard.
In reply a quick start from Cory Sanderson (18)...
Hampshire take control of the match on the third day leaving Notts nearly 400 short with 8 wickets left.
Pictures by Liam
Highest batting scores in 2019
|T.Turney||168||for Freshwater v. Cowes||6th Jul|
|R Young||163||for Newport v. Arreton||25th May|
|S Gurney||161||for Ryde Ll v. Railway Triangle L||25th May|
|M.Swann||161||for St Cross Symondians III v. Ryde I||3rd Aug|
|B. Reynolds||145||for Milton Bryan v. Brading||14th Sep|
|F. Powell||144||for Arreton v. Bembridge||1st Jun|
|L. Hailes||139||for Brading v. Haringey Libraries||20th Jul|
Best bowling figures in 2019
|M Stafford||9 for 25||3 overs, 0 maidens||for Island Bakeries v. Cowes||13th Jan|
|L.Brown||8 for 27||9 overs, 1 maidens||for St Helens v. Northwood||29th Jun|
|J. Lees||6 for 18||10 overs, 2 maidens||for Freshwater v. Arreton||10th Aug|
|M Allen||6 for 36||9 overs, 1 maidens||for St Helens v. Northwood||22nd Jun|
|J.Richards||6 for 50||9 overs, 1 maidens||for Gosport Borough v. Ryde||1st Jun|
|B.Baker||6 for 51||7 overs, 0 maidens||for Northwood v. St Helens||29th Jun|
|A.Divecha||5 for 4||5 overs, 3 maidens||for Hook & Newnham I v. Ventnor I||15th Jun|