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REC hosts county game
Jun 21, 2019, 12:56 pm


Rugby Club hosts county game.

Monday 10th June saw Northumberland under 11s take on Cleveland at the “Rec”.

They played 2 games of 20 over cricket, Cleveland won the first game and Northumberland the second. Our facilities were a hub of activity with over 40 children plus parents and family members.

It is nice to be able to show off our facilities to our guests, and see the children enjoying themselves, we received a number of very complementary comments on our set up.

One game on one off
Jun 20, 2019, 12:57 pm

Saturday 15th June saw our 1st team travel to Warkworth CC for their league game, game got underway but never got finished Warkworth batted first and posted a good total over 250 for 3. Helped by their professional who came in at 5 with the score on 84 for 3 off 36 overs after the remaining 14 overs another 170 was added to the score with the pro finishing up on 113 not out.

Our run chase did not last long before the rain came we finished off with 55 for 1 wicket.

Warkworth CC 13 points and Ashington Rugby CC 9 points

The Rec had a flood on Thursday due to the heavy rain and our groundsman removed approx. 12 wheel barrow full of water and then 4 loads from our Bow Dry machine on Friday night, similar removal of water removed with the Bow Dry machine on Saturday and the ground was still brining up water when walking on the outfield. We had to call the game off ground not fit.

Ashington Rugby CC 5 points and Newcastle CC 5 points

No games due to rain
Jun 14, 2019, 7:28 am

Saturday 8th June Our 1st team were due to play Alnmouth & Lesbury CC 2nds at home and our 2nd team was away to Riding Mill.

No a single game in the North East was play on this day total wash out.

2nd team has two players topping the league averages
Jun 7, 2019, 7:39 pm

After a good start to the season our 2nd team has two players currently topping the batting averages, following 7 league wins out of 7.

Captain Stu Rosser has scored; 102, 112 not out, 12, 96 not out and 125 not out giving him an average of 223:50, with a total of 447 runs.

Paul Milburn has scored 91 not out, 98 not out, 10 and 120 not out giving him an average of 319, with a total of 319 runs.

Batting Averages 2019 

1st win a tight cup game
Jun 7, 2019, 7:29 pm


Wednesday 5th June saw our 1st team welcome Warkworth CC to the “REC” for a second round of the William Birkett Memorial Cup, Warkworth won the toss and elected to bat on a great looking wicket and outfield. The big attraction to the game was Kamran Mansoor,   Warkworth’s new professional he did not disappoint with some big hitting in his 72 off 54 balls with 8 fours and 3 sixes before being caught and bowled by Captain Mark Lawrence with the total on 116 when he was out, Warkworth eventually finished their 20 overs with 139 for 8 a great fight back by the Rugger boys but also a formidable total by Warkworth.

Greaves taking 3 wickets for the Rugger boys for 26 runs off his 5 overs, 2 wickets each for Mark Lawrence and Scott Maddison and 1 for Craig Jobson.

Our run chased did not start well losing opener Matthew Tanney with the score on 4 in the first over. The partnership for Ash was between Callum Milburn with 26 and a fine 69 by Adam Peacock leaving Craig Jobson to hit the winning runs with 5 balls left with our total of 140 for 6. What a great display by Ashington Rugby CC chasing down a good total and what a game of cricket for the spectators.

Next round is an away tie at Berwick CC.

Both teams win
Jun 7, 2019, 7:27 pm


Saturday 1st June saw our 1st team travel to Chopwell to play GEMS CC, we lost the toss and were put into bat on a damp wet overcast day with rain in the air, just before the game was due to start it rained so the game was delayed and we lost 2 overs. In our 48 overs we posted a good total of 237 for 8.

Dean Hardy and Matthew Tanney put on 44 before Dean was out caught on 16. Adam Peacock was next one out on 13 bowled with our total on 91 for 2 wickets. Then started a great partnership between Matthew and Callum Milburn they pushed the score onto 196 for 3 when Matthew was out for a good 86 including 10 fours and 1 six. That was the start of a collapse Callum fell on 68 with no runs added to the score Callum hit 5 fours and 4 sixes (one of those was classed as massive by the crowd) we lost 2 more wickets with only 2 runs added to the total 198 for 6. Captain Cory Milburn then came in and steadied the ship for a short while at the same time the club trying to push the runs on, Cory was out on 29 with the total on 237 in the final few balls.

GEMS CC run chased started off well before Greaves removed their top 4 batsmen Omer Hussain top scored with 37 from those. Zhoaib Shahid went off like a train hitting anything in his V he was eventually out for 68 hitting 12 fours and 1 six he was out caught wicket keeper Tanney off Captain Cory Milburn bowling. GEMS innings finished 195 all out off 39.2 overs.

Dean Greaves was the outstanding bowler with 4 wickets for 48 off 12 overs, James Richards took 3 wickets for 15 runs off his 6 overs.

Great win for Ashington Rugby CC 30 points GEMS CC 8 points.


Our 2nd team welcomed Monkseaton CC to the “REC” we lost the toss and were asked to bat on an overcast day, something their captain regretted after our 40 overs with us hitting 261 for 0 wickets, once again captain Stu Rosser was in the runs hitting his third century 5 knocks scoring 125 not out, 19 fours and 2 sixes.  He was supported at the other end by Paul Milburn who hit 17 fours and 1 six on his total of 120 not out. A record opening partnership for the club as well as a record any wicket partnership.

Monkseaton CC made tough going early on losing a few quick wickets only Richard Hughes with 24, David Tate with 31 and Jonathan Ainsley with 11 made it to double figures. Eventually finishing 110 for 9 off the allotted 40 overs.

Our bowlers with wickets was; Ricky Gibson 3 wickets for 28 runs off 9 overs, Trevor Elliott 1 wicket for 12 off 9 overs, David Wanless Snr 3 wickets for 12 off his 9 overs, Owen Jarvis 1 wicket for 10 and Ant Elliott 1 wicket for 11.

That is now 7 straight wins with us sitting 48 points clear at the top of the league, great start to the season.

 Ashington Rugby CC 29 points Monkseaton CC 2 points

Weather hits 1st team game
Jun 7, 2019, 7:26 pm


Saturday 25th May saw our 1st team welcome Cramlington CC 1st to the “Rec” for their division 3 encounter. We won the toss and elected to bowl on a damp overcast day with lots of rain due.

We had a great start with Cramlington losing their first 3 batsmen to the pace of Cory Milburn, they lost the 1st wicket on 7, 2nd wicket on 26 and 3rd wicket on 26, Dean Greaves then removed Seddon with only 1 more run being added to the total at 27 for 4 it looked good for the Rugger boys however a partnership of 91 between Pullman 46 and Kay 78 for Cramlington pushed the score onto 118 for 5 it took captain Cory Milburn to return to finish off his overs to remove Pullman he then removed Wilkinson for a 1st ball duck.  Cramlington eventually finished off 129 for 7 off the 42 overs bowled. No further play was allowed due the heavy rain, game was finished off abandoned due to rain.

Ashington Rugby CC 11 points and Cramlington CC 11 points.


Our 2nds travelled to Corbridge CC not knowing if we could get a game in we won the toss and put them into bat with one eye on the weather looking at bowling bonus points. On a good looking wicket our opening bowlers struggled to make any head way and with opener Craig Jobson having to stop bowling due to and injury. Veteran Paul Milburn turned his arm over in a tough day for bowlers only 3 wickets fell with Corbridge posting a good total of 213 for 3.

Our wicket takers were Paul Milburn 2 wickets for 28 runs off 9 overs, Ricky Gibson 1 wicket for 55 runs off 8 overs.

We started steady before losing Paul Milburn for 10 in came, Jonny Richards to partner captain Stu Rosser they betted very well putting away any wide deliveries, Stu hit 15 fours in his 112 not out Jonny hitting 11 fours in his 78 not out we reached the target with 5 overs to spare.

Corbridge CC 5 points Ashington Rugby CC 26 points


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