After last week’s break due to rain, the sun finally came out and the Seniors responded with the 1st XI gaining a winning draw at home against Roehampton, whilst the Seconds were away at Roehampton, beating them by 1 wicket. Matt Baker took 4 wickets in his two spells. Full round up after weekend. AtContinue reading “Seniors unbeaten on 21 and 22 July”
John Parkins has been playing in the Surrey Over 60s side (he is one of their colts!!) when the rain has occasionally allowed play. Below is a summary of a couple of matches: Game 1 was played on 14th June at Beddington against Suffolk. Suffolk batted first and lost early wickets against the accurate SurreyContinue reading “LDCC player starring for Surrey Over 60s”
To quote the Fuller’s League Secretary, there was fixture carnage over the weekend amongst clubs in Surrey. Only 2 games were played on Saturday and for the second Sunday running, there was no game at the club. The First XI did manage a game on Sunday, making the drive down to the beautiful ground ofContinue reading “Only one game played by seniors at weekend”
Don’t forget the presentation evening for all the junior players this Friday evening. Presentations will start around 7.30pm for the various age groups. We’re hoping the Under 8s and 9s will be able to have a match, but this very much depends on the ground drying out very quickly. It will take a long time forContinue reading “Juniors Presentation Evening on Friday, 20 July”
Sadly, the ground is like a bog and will take several days to dry out. No senior game therefore today at home.
The outfield at the ground is like a bog and will take several days to dry out, if we have good weather, which is probably unlikely the way this summer is going. We can go in the nets however. Mark.
The ground is unplayable, therefore no game today. We are keeping everything crossed for tomorrow.
Yet again, there were no games on Sunday in the junior cricket programme. Matches are desperately trying to be re-arranged, but with the sun showing no signs of coming out for more than half an hour daily, things are difficult in the cricketing world, to say the least!
After a losing spell, the Saturday First XI got back to their winning ways, with a 6 wicket win over Shepperton at home. Having won the toss, Long Ditton decided to field and bowled the opposition out for 114 off 39 overs. Gareth Plunkett did the main damage, taking 5 wickets, with James Chapple addingContinue reading “Saturday 1st XI back to winning ways”
Sadly, the Under 17s opponents, Shepperton, were unable to get a side out on Friday, much to everyone’s disappointment. Hopefully the Under 17s will get a game soon!