Newsletter 19, 2015/2016

The last 2 day match for the season begins this weekend with both our two day team’s are playing to win the 2 day competition, both teams have worked incredibly hard to get where they are in the competition and I would like to wish all our players the best for the coming matches.

The draw is able to be downloaded on this PDF Link

Junior Prizegiving – for both Friday Night Cricket AND Saturday Morning cricketers is on This Sunday the 13th of March at 5pm at Burnside Clubrooms. We will be able to celebrate the success of the teams.

Senior Prizegiving will be held at Burnside Clubroom’s Saturday the 19th of March 7.00pm.

AJ Hintz Memorial Cricket Match, to be held on Sunday the 20th of March at 1pm, organised by Hamish Kember

The committee would welcome any nominations for some of the club awards that are on offer so if you can email the club with your nominations that would appreciated, particularly for the following awards:

JM McEwan Trophy for Most Improved U23

JS Patrick Trophy for best spin bowler

W S MacGibbon Trophy for best all round club member

The Senior, Youth and Junior Merit trophies for work in these areas.

You can read more about the trophies by clicking on this Link

Junior Cricket

Only two more weeks to go of Junior Cricket left, with Saturday Morning Cricket finishing up on the 19th of March, and the last Friday night of superstar academy is on the 18th of March – so let’s make the most of it. It was great to see the junior players pay their respects to Martin Crowe last Saturday with a minutes silence. Here the BWU9 team line up to pay their respects.

BWU9 1 Minute Silence

We have had many of our junior on to representative honour’s and its the same this weekend with CJCA fixtures taking place – please continue to proudly represent your club and it will be great to see you at Prizegiving.

Please email any photo’s or achievements for Juniors for our website and Facebook page!

If you have found a digital casio watch around the nets please hand it into the club.

Senior Cricket

The Premier Men managed to clean up East Shirley last week with a great spell of bowling from Matt Farrant who got 6/50. Both Matt and Scott Inglis picked up 8 wickets for the match – This week we welcome grade leaders Sydenham to Burnside Park  for the first day of the last 2 day match of the season. It will be a must win for BWCUCC – you can read this article to explain the position of the grade last round – The Press

Matt Farrant 6_50 against East Shirley

Matt Farrant, 6/50, leader of the club’s Al Brown MVP points award

The 2a’s are leading the competition 111.49 to Saint Alban’s 111.22, going into the last round the draw has BWCUCC vs Sydenham at Sydenham Park #1 and St. Alban’s playing Riccarton at Bradford Park.  BWCUCC has not won the second grade competition since 2009/2010 season when they were lead by Ashley Taggart. Let’s hope that a match off has left the lads rested.

Not a great day at the office for either team in the 3a Grade, not even a 5 wicket hall from Umesh in the Brawlers could help them win against Marist-Harewood and the Mariners had tough day at the office as well.

The President’s Foxes had a good win against East Shirley as Marty Conway scored 53, putting them in semi-final this weekend in the top four play off. The Dubai Diamond Traders, Ghetto Hustlers and Rolling Stones all had T20 wins – and the Strikers falling short with not enough runs or players this week.

How can we improve?

We have put together a small survey monkey survey for you provide some feedback on how you rate the club, it will help make sure we are providing the best experience we can please take the time to complete our survey on the link below;

BWCUCC 2015/2016 survey

Special Mention

The club would like to thank Paul Shackleton who this year has provided the club with digital design services as well as donating the gate entry sign and signage above the entry. Every week we have been asking him for a copy of his company logo and contact details we can pass on – they have not been forthcoming, so when you see Paul about the club just say thanks. Paul Shackleton – regretting the decision to go “hot”

Paul Shackleton

 

 

 

 

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