Continue the London 2012 legacy & become a Sportsmaker

September 27, 2012 by  
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This year, anyone can be a sporting hero

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2012 season ends at Long Ditton

September 27, 2012 by  
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Long Ditton finished the season on a losing note, against a strong Worcester Park side on Saturday. On Sunday, as so often with this season, the game was washed out, with not a ball being bowled. For the Saturday scorecard, click on the Play-Cricket link on the right.

Seniors’ Presentation Evening this Saturday, 22 September

September 18, 2012 by  
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Don’t forget the Seniors’ Presentation on Saturday, the last Saturday of the season. The awards will be given out after the match against Worcester Park. Everyone, junior and senior, are welcome.

Win and a loss at the weekend

September 18, 2012 by  
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On a glorious Saturday, Old Wimbledonians were the visitors to Long Ditton. Captain Michael Hall allowed the visitors to bat first, as they were still waiting for players to arrive. Their battheirsman managed to make 209 off their 40 overs. In reply, Long Ditton started well, before losing several quick wickets, but Alan Hutchinson and Sam Nolan settled Long Ditton down, with Alan making 54 and Sam Nolanan reaching 70, which paved the way for a good win.
On Sunday, Yeading were the visitors, who came with a strong batting line up. They reached 278 off their 40 overs, which was always going to be a challenge for Ditton. The run rate with openers Michael Hall and Tom Benett was up there to start with, but when Hall fell, the run rate fell. Bennett carried his bat however, making his first hundred of the season, but this wasn’t enough, with Long Ditton finishing well short of the required total after their 40 overs. For the scorecards, click on the right hand side for the Play-Cricket link.

Fuller’s League season ends

September 7, 2012 by  
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The First XI lost on Saturday, whilst the Second XI gained a losing draw. For all the weekend results and scorecards, click on the Playcricket link on the right.