Cricket

Exmouth Cricket Club chairman Mark Davies is relishing the coming season, which will see the Maer men field three teams in the Tolchards Devon League.

Devon’s 50-over friendly against Somerset 2nd XI at Sidmouth on Sunday has been cancelled due to a waterlogged pitch, writes Conrad Sutcliffe.

Topsham St James Cricket Club is proud to announce that for the forthcoming season they will have two extra UKCC Level Two Coaches helping the other coaches and assistant coaches with the Friday night Colts training sessions, writes Sheila Harding.

The hugely successful cricketing concept ‘Wine and Wickets’ – so well received in 2017 – is back for another year.

The ECB are hosting a Scoring Roadshow at Somerset CCC to showcase Play-Cricket’s new scoring software for laptop use, launching ahead of the 2018 season.

NatWest CricketForce is a nationwide initiative aimed at cricket clubs.

Cricket clubs urged to apply for cash

Tuesday, January 2, 2018

The new secretary of the David Shepherd Cricket Trust has urged clubs in East Devon to take advantage of the charity’s grant programme, writes Conrad Sutcliffe.

The December medal was played at East Devon on Saturday – the last of the year, writes Paul Willoughby.

Sheila Harding collected the Tolchards DCL services to the league at the competition’s annual meeting, writes Conrad Sutcliffe.

End-of-season awards were handed out at the Tolchards Devon Cricket League annual meeting, writes Conrad Sutcliffe.

Run-getter Miles Lenygon is on his way back to Exmouth next season as the Maer Ground side continues mid-winter team building for an assault on the Premier title next summer, writes Conrad Sutcliffe.

Clyst St George Under-15s attended the Bradleys East Devon Youth League awards evening to pick up the Under-15 divisional title-winning award.

Clyst St George CC had two winners at the Devon Cricket Board Awards Evening, writes Conrad Sutcliffe.

Topsham St James Cricket Club held two very successful end-of-season presentation evenings, writes Sheila Harding.

Despite a wet evening, members turned out in force last Friday for the Budleigh Salterton Cricket Clubs Colts section awards evening.

Budleigh Salterton 2nd eleven have just completed a terrific season in the Tolchards Drinks Devon League 2nd XI Premier Division, writes Conrad (Tom) Thomas.

Budleigh Salterton claimed an 11th win of the A Division campaign, but sadly, another success for Hatherleigh means that the Ottermouth men will line up once more in the second tier of Tolchards Devon League cricket next summer.

Exmouth were 35 run winners when they entertained Plymouth in a Tolchards Drinks Devon League top flight game.

Topsham St James were 148 run winners when they hosted Tiverton for the penultimate game of the Tolchards Devon League season, writes Dan Armstrong.

Budleigh Under-10s went through the entire 2017 season without suffering a single defeat.

The Kings Arms became Budleigh Community League Champions for the first time since 2006 with victory against the Withy Dads in Sunday’s final at the Ottermouth, writes Kevin Tyrell.

Topsham St James’s second eleven signally failed to emulate the first team’s thrashing of Axminster and, indeed, managed to reverse the scenario, losing by a massive 128 runs, writes Mike Tracey.

Topsham St James came into their game on Saturday without a win in over a month, writes Dan Armstrong.

Axminster suffered a six wicket defeat on their visit to Topsham St James for their latest Tolchards League D Division East outing.

The last game of the Budleigh Cricket Club Community League’s regular season saw the Withy Dads secure top spot with a victory over the Kings Arms, writes Kevin Tyrrell.

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