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1st team - first home wicket of the 2022 season on 23rd April v Bates Cottages

                                                                                                

 

Our club is once again taking part in the All Stars & Dynamos for the 2022 season.

Our sessions will commence Friday 20th May starting at 6pm till 7pm. We have moved from a Sunday to the Friday after feedback from the parents of last years group. 

All Stars Direct Link:-
https://ecb.clubspark.uk/AllStars/BookCourse/13730605-f338-4983-8143-4d227c728e99

Dynamos Direct Link:-
https://ecb.clubspark.uk/Dynamos/BookCourse/c647df4c-94bc-4f2c-a48f-9c5539523992

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28th May to 11th June Results
Jun 16, 2022, 10:45 am

Saturday 11th June Ashington Rugby CC 1st were away at League leaders and undefeated Wickham CC, Blue Flames won toss and elected to bat they scored 196 for 8 the pick of our bowlers was Mark Lawrence who bowled 12 over, with 5 maidens, taking 5 wickets for only 15 runs top effort. We chased the score down with 1:4 overs to spare losing only 3 wickets. Matty tanney being the stand out performer with 84 not out, Adam Peacock scored 46 and Lewis Tanney 45 not out great result.

Ashington Rugby CC 29 points and Whickham CC 5 points

Our 2nd team welcomed Berwick to the “Rec” we won the toss on a great looking deck, and we made hay in the sunshine we scored 268 for 4 from the allocated 40 overs, captain Chris Harwood top scored with 103 with 14 x 4s and 2 x 6s, he was supported by his voice captain Michael Adamson who scored 87 before being run out, Jay Little chipped in with 33 not out.

Our bowling was tight and gave nothing away which meant Berwick had to go for their shots and eventually they were all out for 147 in 33:2 overs. Pick our bowlers was Gary Mordey and Ricky Gibson who both took 4 wickets each.

Ashington Rugby CC 30 points and Berwick CC 6 points

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Saturday 4th June out 1st team entertained Ryton CC for the first ever visit to the “Rec” we lost the toss on another top-quality looking surface and Ryton CC decided to bat they looked good in posting 233 for 5 from the allocated 50 overs. Neil Robison with 65, Ben Pentland with 52 top scored for them with others chipping in. Dean Greaves our top performer with the ball taking 3 wickets for 29 runs in 12 overs.

Our run chase started quite well David Dent scored 57, Wian Van Zyl with 42, Lewis Tanney with 34 and that left Scott Maddison and Andrew Raine to see us through to a great win with 2 balls to spare we lost 8 wickets chasing the total. Top win great effort by all.

Ashington Rugby CC 27 points and Ryton CC 9 points

Our 2nd team was away at Rock CC still with a few missing players who are in the 1st team, we lost the toss and Rock decided to bat, the dangerous Cockayne was the big wickets we need he top scored with 37 before being out to a great Jay Little catch. The rest of the team were out cheaply only posting 63 all out. Our wicket takers were Paul Milburn with 4, Owen Mason and Ricky Gibson with 3 each.

We chased the total down in 16 overs losing only 1 wicket top scorer was Chris Harwood with 31. All the players went back to see a great game with the 1st team at the “Rec”.

Ashington Rugby CC 30 points and Rock CC 0 points

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28st May Ashington Rugby CC 1st were away at Matfen playing Blue Flames once again we had a number of players not available for various reason and drafted in players from the 2nds to fill the gaps, we won the toss and elected to field. Blue Flames score 283 for 6 Tom Scott hit 117 and Abubakar Maqsood hit 97, Craig Jobson 2nd team opening bowler was our top performer taking 3 wickets for 60 runs.

We were all out 197 in the 49th over captain David Dent top scored with 56, tough day in the field.

Ashington Rugby CC 7 points and Blue Flames CC 30 points

Our 2nd team welcomed Tillside CC to the “Rec” with a number of players drafted into the 1st team, we lost the toss on another good-looking surface Tillside scored 184 for 8, our top bowling performer was Owen Mason taking 3 wickets for 38 runs.

We chased the total down with Chris Harwood 57, Stu Rosser 37 and Tom More with 38 not out and Owen Mason with 44 not out.

Ashington Rugby CC 29 points and Tillside CC 6 points


Results from 23rd April to 21st May
May 27, 2022, 12:12 pm

21st May Ashington Rugby CC 1st at home to Blagdon Park CC , Blagdon won toss and elected to bat they scored 167 for 8 and we chased the score down with 3.5 overs remaining for the loss of 5 wickets star of the day was Adam Peacock with 91 not out.

Ashington Rugby CC 29 points and Blagdon Park CC 5 points

 

14th May our 1st team travelled to Berwick with eight 1st players away mainly at a stag do, we won the toss and elected to bat and posted 77 all out, Michael Adamson top scored for us with 35. Berwick made light work of the run chase using 14.2 over and losing 2 wickets.

Berwick CC 30 points and Ashington Rugby CC 1 point

 

7th May our 1st team entertained Cowgate CC at the Rec, Cowgate won the toss and elected to bat they scored 196 for 8 and our run chase didn’t get going after losing our first wicket on 46 we then ended up all out for 92.

Ashington Rugby CC 4 points and Cowgate CC 29 points

 

30th April our 1st team travelled to Bedlington CC, we won the toss and elected to bat we posted 177 for 8 off our 50 overs, Craig Sample hit 47, Scott Maddison 41 and Adam Peacock 39. The weather turned and it started to rain after Bedlington had begun their innings the game was abandoned after 36 over with them on 117 for 2, Cory Milburn took both wickets for 16 runs from 8 overs.

Bedlington CC 13 points and Ashington Rugby CC 13 points

 

Saturday 23rd April our 1st team welcomed Bates Cottages CC to the Rec, we won the toss and elected to bat on a very good-looking deck, we posted 179 for 7 off our 50 overs, Lewis Tanney 66 not out and Mark Lawrence 41. Bates were all out for 67 from 27.1 overs. Dean Greaves did the damage with 6 wickets from 7 overs for 3 runs. We won by 112 runs.

Ashington Rugby CC 29 points and Bates Cottages CC 3 points


16th April first game of the 2022 season
Apr 26, 2022, 4:40 pm

16th April 2022 saw our first team travel away to Backworth for the first competitive fixture in Division 2 after their promotion last season. We have a number of players missing with the dreaded COVID and work issues. We won the toss and decided to bowl and a damp and very green wicket. Backworth posted 158 for 7 off their 50 overs, Duncan with 43 and Minto 37 not out were the main run scorers for Backworth. Our wicket takers were Cory Milburn 10 overs 1 wicket for 28 runs, Dean Greaves 12 overs 2 wickets for 25 runs, Craig Sample 3 overs 1 wicket for 11 runs and Scott Maddison 4 overs, 3 wickets for 21 runs. Our run chase didn’t get going only Cory Milburn with 30, Mark Lawrence with 12 and Adam Peacock with 11 got into double figures, we scored 84 all out from 43.5 overs.

Big thank you to our 1st team match ball sponsor Blu Moon Hair Design

Backworth CC 28 points - Ashington Rugby CC 3 points

Our second team at home lost the toss to Ulgham 1st team and we were put into bat we scored 121 for 9 off our 40 overs Michael Adamson (Midge) top scored with 48. Special point of note goes to Luke Hetherington who at 14 years old bowled a fantastic spell 9 overs, 3 wickets for only 15 runs well done young man, caused our batsmen all sorts of problems. With the wicket drying out we had to bowl well to contain their batsmen, Thomas Luke batted well for 28 along with Martin Prime with 21. Our bowling was good, our wicket takers Owen Mason 8.1 overs 4 wickets for 24 runs along with the star performance Owen Jarvis (Jarvi) 9 overs, 5 wickets for 14 runs including 3 wickets in 4 balls and Gary Mordey 9 overs, 1 wicket for 17 runs. They were 67 for 2 before Jarvi did his magic great win for the Rugger Boys.

Ashington Rugby CC 28 points - Ulgham CC 5 points

Big thank you to our 2nd team match ball sponsor Paul Milburn


Website hits
Feb 13, 2022, 4:16 pm

We have just moved past 133,000 visits to our website since its launch in 2008.


Match Ball Sponsorship
Feb 6, 2022, 7:05 pm

We are looking to run a match ball sponsorship again this season each ball costs £25.

We are looking to have the 1st, 2nd and possibly our Sunday team games sponsored if at all possible, please contact the chairman to select your games you would like to sponsor.

This is also the time for members to approach the company they work for or any other business they think would like to sponsor a match ball. 

As a club we have alreday spent well over £1200 for crickets balls to cover the 2022 season.  


Cricket Nets
Feb 6, 2022, 6:56 pm

Our indoor cricket nets are to held once again at Bede School in Blyth 8pm till 9pm, they start on Wednedsay 23rd February and run for 6 weeks the last session is on March 30th.


Northumberland & Tyneside Cricket League AGM 2022
Dec 13, 2021, 2:41 pm

Northumberland & Tyneside Cricket League AGM

Thursday 27th January 2022 in the Callerton Suite, Blue Flames Sporting Club (NE12 9SF), starting at 7:30pm 


Club AGM 2021
Nov 26, 2021, 11:19 am

Club AGM Held 15th November at Ashington Rugby Club.

Our Officials for 2022 season are as Follows.

Committee;

Chairman – Paul Milburn

Secretary - Chris Harwood

Treasure – Paul Milburn

Safeguarding Officer – Chris Mason

Plus, Committee Members;

Cory Milburn

Mark Lawrence

David Dent

Michael Adamson

Matthew Tanney

Tom More

 

Club Auditor – Dean Hardy

 

Playing Officials

1st Team Captain – David Dent

1st Team Vice Captain – Mark Lawrence

 

2nd Team Captain – Chris Harwood

2nd Team Vice Captain – Michael Adamson

 

Midweek Captain – Matthew Tanney

Midweek Vice Captain – Owen Mason

 

Sunday Friendly Team Captain – Tom More


1st team match report update
Sep 16, 2021, 4:44 pm

The return of the match report!!

It appears the 1st XI match reports peaked when everybody was slaughtered for their efforts in the victory over Whitley Bay six weeks ago, much to the enjoyment of the readers and then they since ceased. However, in the meantime we have actually been playing some competitive cricket so before we dive into the last report of the season, here’s a little recap of the weeks leading up to this point.

14th August – We made the travel north to sunny Berwick in the eagerly anticipated top of the table clash and arguably one of the biggest games of the club’s history knowing a win would be a massive step towards becoming league champions. That morning brought a few trips to the toilet, nervous poo’s and all that but what would follow was an excellent team effort. Bowling first, Cory spearheaded the attack and was pretty much unplayable ripping through the Berwick top order with a spell of 4-20. Greaves picked up where Cory left off claiming 3-17 in no time and with Marky Lawrence nicking a couple at the other end and Berwick were all out 84. In our reply, Colin Thornton batted through finishing 25 not out while successfully boring the bowlers to death, whilst partner Chris Harwood flayed a pleasing 27. Lewy Tanney would see the side home blasting a quickfire 16 to see us win by 7 wickets and pick up max 30 points! Four games to go, 3 wins needed….

21st August – Nine regular 1st teamers had spent the previous two nights getting tanked up in Liverpool on Scotty Maddison’s stag do and as the train departed for central station at 6:35am Saturday Morning, not one of them was in a fit state to play cricket. (James Richards was exempt as he’s a mince and only drinks orange juice on nights out). Much to the delight of the lads, it was chucking it down with rain and the whole weeks fixture list was washed out. If there is a cricket god out there he was definitely watching over us. 5 points picked up.

28th August – Allendale CC v ARCC. First of all, we must say what a pleasure it was to play at such a picturesque ground on a beautiful summer’s day. Skipper Dent chose to bat first and we were in trouble early doors when Matty Tanney and Colin were removed by the unsettling pace of Tom Scott leaving us at 16-2. Dent himself followed the same route soon after playing a shocking shot across the line and was bowled with the score on 30. Power trio A. Peacock (32), Lew Tan (33) and Cal Milburn (28) rebuilt the innings but when they all departed and the score sat 122-7 we were a long way short of a good score. Enter the trio we all needed – Scotty Mad, James Richards and star batsmen Dean Greaves who showed real grit and determination to battle out the remaining 12 overs and push the score up to 168. Greaves and James putting on 39 for the final wicket. With the ball in hand Cory and James both picked up an early scalp but Allendale fought hard and had us on the back foot at 73-3 until the king of swing Greaves entered the fray and reaffirmed his status of club legend. A spell of 5 wickets for 9 runs in as many overs was exactly what we needed and he was well supported by Lawrence who grabbed another 3 to add to his growing seasonal tally and bring home the victory. A huge 29 points and now one win away from the title!

4th September – The day of destiny – Stocksfield 2’s were the visitors to The Rec and the equation was a simple one.. 28 points and the league title was ours! The team was at full strength with the exception of regular wicket keeper Matty Tanney who was ably replaced by Andrew Raine behind the stumps. Asked to bat first on a typical flat deck, David Dent finally manned up and opened the batting and proceeded to blast a barrage of boundaries in an enterprising knock of 42 until in typical Denty fashion he played a honking shot and was caught. Colin and new man in Peacock then bored everyone in the vicinity of the rugby club to death with some ultra defensive batting. (Adam’s 8 month old son cried for an hour straight watching his dad bat for the first time). Adam was clean bowled with the score on 104 trying to inject some much needed energy into the innings. (N.B. Colin was 17* off 104 balls at this point) bringing run machine Lew Tan to the crease. After Lewy gave Colin the no talk death stare they both played a flurry of shots and a 75 run partnership saw the final score land on 183-2 for max batting points. Shout out to Cal Milburn for another afternoon spent with pad rash watching people block balls he reckons he could reverse sweep for six.

Needing only six wickets to secure the required points we got off to the perfect start when Cory clean bowled Catnatch in the first over. James Richards struck early from the other end removing Wraith caught at mid off and then having Kingman snicked off to 1st slip where Captain Symbols actually caught one. Cory followed up beating page all ends up with a slower ball and Stocksfield were reeling at 32-4. Enter the resident wicket Burglar Mark Lawrence here to clean up the tail… N. Numan took a liking to some of Mark’s early pie chucking and was granted a lifeline when a skied shot to cow corner was headed towards Callum only for him to still be sitting in a huff about not getting a bat and a simple chance was squandered with him getting nowhere near it. Safe hands Cory made no mistake next time around Numan offered a catch and the end was in sight. Lawrence picked up a cheeky 4-21 and the title was secured when Colin took a sharp chance at midwicket to send the crowd wild. (The crowd was made up of Bernie, Shaun and David Tanney). WE ARE THE CHAMPIONSSSS!!

 

Now if anyone is still reading here’s what happened when we hosted Corbridge CC on the final game of the season.

Believe it or not and contrary to the scorecard this game was pretty much a damp squib. The title was in the bag, the opposition were hoping it was cancelled due to lack of players and our lads just wanted to crack on with the club BBQ. There was no toss and Denty let Corbridge bat first so they could leave early (sure I seen Corbridge captain Fowler slip him £20). Anyways, Cory removed the first three batsmen in quick succession with Jamesy clean bowling another to have them 24-4. When Milburn picked up another it looked for all money he’d get a 5for but he bottled it completely and was blowing out his arse after 5 overs. FINE! After begging his best friend for a bowl Mark was introduced needing 4 wickets for 50 in the season – the pitch was turning and Mark had no clue what to do when the Corbridge middle order who had previously looked out their depth starting hitting out. Mark dropped an easy caught and bowled blaming it on the sun even though he was wearing sunglasses?? Rachel turned up to open the bar so Greaves came into the attack to finish the job taking 3 wickets for 0 runs like an absolute boss! Corbridge all out 37.

Both sides wanted the runs knocked off as quick as possible we sent our two most attacking batsmen in Matty and Colin. The lads had to do a double take when Matty slapped a boundary in the first over but he was soon castled by a youngster who was struggling to land it on the strip. (Highlight of the day was Matty telling the umpire it kept low only for him to laugh and inform Matty it was actually just a terrible shot). Colin attempted a shot other than the dab through gully and missed a straight one to succumb LBW. Score 20-2. Cal Milburn who was pushed uncomfortably high up the order to 3 and whacked a meaty straight six. With 2 runs needed he tried to end it in style but got nowhere a slog and we ended winning with 2 byes. Village cricket at its best.

…aaaaand EXHALE! The final word is just to say a massive thank you to all those who have sponsored us throughout the season, those who have came up and supported us and a huge congratulations to all the lads involved in making history and achieving our end goal. We look forward to the challenge of Division 2 next year.

See you in 2022! OVER AND OUT..


11th September 2021
Sep 14, 2021, 3:37 pm

Match Report Blagdon CC 2nd XI vs Ashington Rugby CC 2nd XI September 11th

 

A warm and sunny September afternoon greeted the 2nd team on arrival at the Blagdon Estate on Saturday ahead of Captain Stu Rosser playing his final game, his final toss was a loosing one and he was strangely asked to bat with the conditions looking great for batting.

When the out of form Harwood was gone cheaply after only 9 balls it could have been one of the collapses that the 2nds have been so good at recently but today was to be Captain Rosser’s day, he scored 54 from 83 balls featuring 8 fours backed up by Milburn 37 & Hetherington who fell just short of 50 himself run out for 47. After a cameo from Jobson of 12 from 14 balls the rugby boys closed on 200 for 6 this always looked like a winning total, but it was to prove to be harder than expected to close this game out.

After opener Mathew Glennie had to retire hurt fellow opener Mathew McAuley 59 was joined by Elliott Leybourne 85 and they steadily set about the run chase and with Haram pulling his hamstring and being rendered immobile gaps were appearing in the field until Chris Mason arrived to watch the last 20 overs in the sun only to be thrust a pair of white trousers and T shirt by the injured Haram. He almost immediately began to make a difference energetic in the field and sometimes even making his young son 28 years his junior look slow but enough about that back to the game which began to swing in the rugby boys favour as the veteran Mordey ran out opener McAuley.

Having his dad on the pitch must have woken up young Owen Mason as he removed 2 more wickets in just 2 overs both clean bowled and the fire in his eyes had the whole team on the up as Milburn joined in removing 3 more 2 of them with great catches in the field from first Jobson and then on the boundary by Gibson. Milburn’s 3rd wicket was a smart stumping from Captain Rosser who also had the gloves on for this game it looked to me like it had hit Stu’s pads and rebounded on to the stumps, but he told me that it was a great stumping and I guess they all count, and I was glad to see the umpire raise his finger and say out. Needing 11 from the last ball the game was safe great bowling at the death from first young Mason and then Milburn saw the rugby boys home.

The push that Blagdon had made to chase this total (192/6 from 40 overs) was a great effort, but the rugby boys had come to life in the 2nd 20 overs in the field and deserved to win this Captain Stu Rosser’s final game. After the game was over it was a very classy touch to see the Blagdon team join our lads to give a guard of honour to Stu as he left the pitch and the night got better as news filtered through that this 28-point win had allowed the 2nd XI to sneak into 3rd place by one point keeping us above our local rivals Ulgham in the league which is great. On balance after all the ups and downs this summer is probably a very fair reflection of where the 2nd XI are right now onwards and upwards to a new era next year and thanks very much Stu for the role you’ve played leading the 2nd XI for the past few years.

Blagdon CC 8 points

Ashington Rugby CC 28 points

Big thank you to Steve Richards for being the match ball sponsor.


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 Main Sponsor for 2022
K Plastics is a local Ashington based company which offers all kinds of UPVC products from trims to sealants and cladding you can find the new unit/shop which is on the Jubilee Industrial Estate. We urge our members if you need any kind of plastic product pop along and see Chris and let him know where you are from and he will offer a discount.
Many thanks to Chris for his support, for last 11 seasons and this season coming.

Fantasy Cricket

No Fantasy Club Cricket in 2021 due to COVID-19.

See what happens with the Fantasy Club Cricket for the 2022 season.

https://ashington-rugby.fantasyclubcricket.co.uk/

Club Clothing

We now have an online Club Shop.

https://kits4all.co.uk/product-category/ashington-rugby-cricket-club/

You can order items and have them delivered to your door at a small charge or you can collect them in the shop for free.

Club clothing is provided by Kits for All (Planet Trophies) contact Richard at richard@kits4all.co.uk to order one off items as required or phone him on 0191 2680000

Personal Accident Insurance 

Your club recommends that all members consider signing up to their own Personal Accident Insurance.  Whilst serious injuries are thankfully very rare, however it is a possibility and members should consider taking such a policy out. 

Your club does not have personal accident insurance for its members.

If you are self-employed or do not benefit from a workplace sickness scheme with sickness pay you should consider this type of insurance especially if you are not fit enough to attend work, please ensure that any personal accident/sickness insurance you consider covers you playing club cricket. 

Function Room

The new extension provides a fantastic Function Room at Ashington Rugby Club, can sit 160 to 180, available for all types of parties and events, ring 01670 814123 for further information. Call Tuesday or Thursday between 7 and 9pm or Saturday between 1pm and 9pm or Sunday between 12 and 1.30pm. Or alternatively leave a message via our contact tab down the left hand side of this page. 

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