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New players are welcome
Oct 17, 2012, 9:45 pm

As a club moving in the right direction we are on the look out for new players for our 3 cricket teams, (2 on Saturday's and 1 on a Wednesday) if you know someone who would like to join our playing side or if you are a player looking for a new club why not give us a try.

We have good playing and changing facilities along with a well organised management structure which supports the running of the club. We play in the Northumberland Cricket Leagues Premier Division and are looking to improve on last seasons battling performances.

You can either contact our committee members, their phone numbers can be found in the Northumberland Cricket League Handbook or leave a message in the "Contact Us" section on the left hand side of this web page.


Cricket Nets
Oct 14, 2012, 7:39 pm

We are on the lookout for a venue for our indoor nets starting in February, following the changes to our normal venue that no longer accommodates cricket nets.

Let our committee know if you know of anywhere close by which may be suitable.


Presentation Night
Oct 14, 2012, 7:35 pm

Our presentation night is provisionally booked for Saturday 24.11.2012, at Ashington Rugby Cricket Club, this time only 4 to 5 races instead of the normal 9, we are looking to put on food and a band if we can afford to do this.

Keep watching for an update.


There is always one
Oct 14, 2012, 7:22 pm

Following the renovations on our cricket square one bright spark decided to let his child drive a motorised car under our roped off square and across the length of our square which was covered in water following the recent heavy rain and if that was not enough "Idiot" who is supposed to be an adult in charge of a child then followed and made a fine mess with his footprints.

May I ask is the world full of "Numpties" the rope around the square and the couloured tape hanging down is there for a reason. Think of it as a no entry sign!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Guess our groundsman will have to patch up the mess when the square has dried out a bit.


Cricket covers on container roof
Oct 7, 2012, 9:07 am

Saturday 6th October 2012 saw our club store our cricket covers frames on the container roofs for safe keeping thanks to D. Greaves, D. Hardy, C. Harwood, D. Wanless Jnr and our groundsman. Our sight screens have also been tied to the changing room gable end for the winter.


Gentlemens Evening
Sep 27, 2012, 10:34 pm

Entertainment on Saturday 29th September the Rugby Club has a gentlemen’s evening planned starting at 7:30pm, the night is made up with 5 Exotic Dancers and a Comedian.

Cost is £10 and you can pay at the door, please note you must be 18 to attend.


All smiles after losing
Sep 27, 2012, 10:25 pm

Saturday 22nd September saw the 1st team at Berwick in a re-arranged game, the game was important as if we won we would miss relegation and if we lost and Corbridge also lost we would be safe.

With three 1st team player missing for various reason we went up to give it a real go, on turning up at the ground it was hard to tell the difference between the wicket and the outfield, to say it was green would be an understatement. The toss was very important and you guessed it we lost again and not surprising we were asked to bat and a green and very damp track.

Nearly every delivered was ripping back the top of the wicket, we did not really get going only Callum Milburn who ended up with 34 was the only one to really look comfortable, he hit some glorious boundaries all along the floor, once he fell we were quickly dismissed for 91 in 30 overs.

In chasing Berwick took 32 overs to win the game with only 4 wickets down only captain Greaves put any pressure on their batsmen with his 13 overs with 2 wickets for 12 runs.

We were then left hoping for Stocksfield to do us a favour and they duly obliged bowling out Corbridge for 91 after they had amassed 181 for 5.

This is another first for our club every other season we have had in the premier league has always ended in relegation so this is a big achievement for the club.


Club now on Twitter
Sep 25, 2012, 4:10 pm

Follow us @ashrugcc for news & score updates Cool


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