Club Cricket Conference

Saturday, 14th December 2019

Swardeston honoured for unique national double

Swardeston honoured for unique national double

 

Club cricket in 2019 belonged to Norfolk, as Swardeston became the first club to win the two ECB major national titles in one season.

 And in a wider perspective Swardeston were acclaimed the county's Team Of The Year in all sports in a boost for cricket at the Active Norfolk awards night in November, hosted by the ITV East Anglia presenter Becky Jago. So the Norwich club could look back on the season with pride at their recent  annual general meeting not least for making a significent donation to the Lord's Taverners.

 

New twins give Toor happier end to Radlett season

New twins give Toor happier end to Radlett season

Radlett won the Hertfordshire League table to ensure an better season for their captain. 


Aldwick stalwart deserves his national OSCA honour

Aldwick stalwart deserves his national OSCA honour

The energy and drive of Ian Guppy rescued the Sussex village club of Aldwick CC.

The 'Moles' celebrate crown after long wait in Surrey

The 'Moles' celebrate crown after long wait in Surrey

East Molesey are arranging the mother and father of end-season bashes on December 6.

Blinkered ICC chased big bucks to UK's detriment

Blinkered ICC chased big bucks to UK's detriment

Enough is enough. The ICC did the UK no favours with their broadcast policy in the World Cup.

How the MCC can help umpires make the best decisions

How the MCC can help umpires make the best decisions

The standard of umpiring seems to be falling, and this is not to say that umpires are less competent.

Vauxhall Mallards have Ollie Stone as last hurrah

Vauxhall Mallards have Ollie Stone as last hurrah

The promotion of Ollie Stone  has reflected well on Norfolk cricket.

Are you the King of Spin?

Are you the King of Spin?

The Club Cricket Conference are looking for the best three young cricketers in club cricket.

England and Jason Roy magnificent... and six runs correct

England and Jason Roy magnificent... and six runs correct

Reigate Priory CC were justifiably elated at Jason Roy's impact on the World Cup. 

Only individuals, not authorities, can control social media

Only individuals, not authorities, can control social media

Personal View: By Charles Randall

Social media has real value for spreading news, real news, such as the latest cricket score.
Brentwood benefit from Winter's wicket rush

Brentwood benefit from Winter's wicket rush

Australians like to make an impact in British club cricket and enjoy the sociability.

World Cup cannot inspire without free-to-air access

World Cup cannot inspire without free-to-air access

How heartening it is to see so much about recreational cricket in the national press.

Wisden Club Cricket Podcast

Wisden Club Cricket Podcast

Rich Evans, club cricket editor of Wisden Cricket Monthly, speaks to Simon Prodger.

Ashton turf damage resulted from sheer malice

Ashton turf damage resulted from sheer malice

A class of vandalism rarely reported has been deliberate damage through grievance.

Hadleigh upset by council's adjacent development

Hadleigh upset by council's adjacent development

Another cricket club has been blighted by a proposal to create housing next to the boundary.

Sydney catch scoops top prize from Wisden-MCC

Sydney catch scoops top prize from Wisden-MCC

The top prize in the Wisden-MCC picture of the year competition for 2018 has gone to an Australian.
Lewis story follows Milburn's on the touring stage

Lewis story follows Milburn's on the touring stage

A new play about the former England all-rounder Chris Lewis starts touring this week.

Buttler should have been saved by anti-deception spirit

Buttler should have been saved by anti-deception spirit

Jos Buttler should not have been given out while backing up during the recent IPL 

MCC panel says Test over-rates should be timed

MCC panel says Test over-rates should be timed

The time has come for a timing clock to appear on electronic scoreboards.

Gurney's short idea unlikely to halt falling numbers

Gurney's short idea unlikely to halt falling numbers

All club cricket should be played as 20 overs to increase participation.

Atherton's name is raised on high while Tendulkar stays outside

Atherton's name is raised on high while Tendulkar stays outside

Mike Atherton will be pleased that women's centuries and five-wicket returns.