Boys Under U19 Team - "Melton Marauders"
Fridays 6.30pm from 23rd April until the end of the season
Outdoors up at the club
Training takes place every Friday outdoors up at the club.
New players are always welcome, please contact Eddie Green (head coach).
Race Night returns to St Audrys on Good Friday 19th April. Eight films of actual horse racing where you bet on your favourite horse to win. It's a great, fun night for the family - all ages welcome!
Arrive 7pm for first Race at 7.30 pm, £5 ticket (includes sausage & chips), raffle and bar open. All profit used to help fund our cricket club.
Contact Deane Weller by email or phone 07799 132553 for tickets, or Phil King on 07878 605657.Read more
Suffolk Cricket have announced the following online courses, which are free and available to members aged 13 and above. All players are likely to be called upon to score and/or umpire in league games this coming season, so this is a great opportunity to brush up on your knowledge:
Working with the ECB Association of Cricket Officials (ACO) and the Suffolk ACO association, we've setup a dedicated Suffolk ACO area. Initially this offers anyone interested in getting to know more about umpiring or scoring (eg parent, guardian, teenager, senior players, non-players, committee members etc) the chance to take a "free" introductory online course. Whether it's scoring or umpiring or indeed both, it will hopefully be of interest to people, especially whilst we continue to be in lockdown. Details of the respective weblinks to register below;
Basics of scoring - https://booking.ecb.co.uk/d/pjq1gj
Umpire stage 1 - https://booking.ecb.co.uk/d/pjq1gb
This is very much aimed at recreational cricket and could be anyone that just wants to know more about umpiring and/or scoring, wants to help out with junior or senior matches at their club or players umpiring /scoring during club matches. If of course anybody would like to progress, then more courses are available, however it's not mandatory.
MAYCC's indoor winter training programme kicks off on Wednesday 8th January, with all of our youth players catered for in one of 7 groups.
New players are always welcome, please contact us to enquire
Groups are as follows:
Mondays 5.30-6.30pm from 13/1 at Farlingaye: Girls U9s / U11s (up to year 6)
Mondays 7pm-8pm from 27/1 at Woodbridge School: Girls Y9+ (hard ball) and Ladies
Wednesdays 5.45-6.45pm from 15/1 at Farlingaye: Boys U9s (up to year 4)
Wednesdays 7-8pm from 8/1 at Woodbridge School: Girls U13s (Y7 & 8, hard ball) and Girls U14s (Y8 & 9, soft ball)
Thursdays 6-7pm from 9/1 at Woodbridge School: Boys U13s (Y7 & 8)
Fridays 6-7pm from 10/1 at Woodbridge School: Boys U11s (Y5 & 6)
Fridays 7-8pm from 10/1 at Woodbridge School: Boys U15s+ (Y9+)
After the Easter holidays, training for all groups will continue outdoors at the club on a Thursday (times tbc).
Poker Night at St Audry's is back at the club! Rookie players very welcome.
This year we will be starting a league to run the whole year, starting on Friday 3rd January 2020. Registration closes at 7.45pm, first hand at 8pm.
£5 buy in plus £1 towards the league.Read more
A highlight of an improved season has been the progress made by a series of younger players. Josh S demonstrated that he has arrived as a top-order batsman with his first century for the Club. His 114 provided the backbone to an impressive 233 for six and took his season's tally to 466 at 35 - a great effort. It is obvious we can build our future on the players coming out of Eddie's fantastic youth programme. Three players moved on to teams in higher divisions at the start of this season but they have been replaced by others - Josh S and Josh B, Will DT, Tom S and others can take on starring roles in the future.
Josh is a fearless opening batsman who is willing to take the attack to the bowlers. It has paid off with half-centuries against Long Melford and Bardwell and he quickly took the next step when he reached three figures at Dellwood Avenue. Having put on 53 with Josh B for the first wicket he shared further half-century stands with Matt and Adie to reach 193 for 3.
It was a fitting demonstration of the state of the Club to be witnessed by former captain Justin. Returning for a short break from his home in the US he came in for a cameo red-inker innings (who taught him the value of not outs?) and then made sure Felixstowe did not challenge our total by taking four wickets. Jothi took three and the home innings ended on 188, Justin having the last word by bowling the final batsman.
Report by Malcolm GrubbRead more