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6 a side Sunday
May 26, 2008, 9:35 am

The 1st annual six a side competition took place yesterday and was won by the 'Young Guns' skippered by 1st team Bowler James Richards beating perrenial bridesmaids the Mortimer in a last ball thriller at a breezy 'rec' on Sunday.  Additionally David Broadie (of the Mortimer) was named player of the tournament for earlier taking a hat trick in one of the group games.  

The committee would like to thank all those that attended and helped out in particular Alison and Corey Milburn and Susan Hetherington.

 

20:20 Returns to Durham
May 23, 2008, 4:01 pm

Twenty20 Ticket Offer

Twenty20 arrives at Chester-le Street on Wednesday 11 June when South African Shaun Pollock will make his debut against Derbyshire Phantoms.

Durham Dynamos play five home matches in just 17 days,
each lasting just three hours,
and they are set to be explosive!
Wednesday 11 June
Durham Dynamos v Derbyshire Phantoms, 6.00pm
Wednesday 18 June
Durham Dynamos v Notts Outlaws, 6.00pm
Friday 20 June
Durham Dynamos v Leicestershire Foxes, 6.00pm
Tuesday 24 June
Durham Dynamos v Yorkshire Carnegie, 6.00pm
Friday 27 June
Durham Dynamos v Lancashire Lightning, 5.30pm

Season tickets are available priced at £40 for adults and £20 for juniors.
We're offering Northumberland Cricket Board clubs a
buy one, get one free offer for each adult ticket purchased
(tickets are priced at £12 and must be purchased at least 24 hours in advance of the game. Tickets are allocated for the same match)
Tickets can be purchased from the Club Box Office,
during office hours on, 0844 499 4466.

PLEASE QUOTE REFERENCE: DT20NCB


Division One
May 23, 2008, 3:57 pm
Team Pts
Berwick CC 61
Stobswood Welfare CC 49
Blagdon Park CC 48
Northern Social CC 32
Tynemouth CC 22
DHSS CC 18
Monkseaton CC 10
Belsay CC 10

1st XI to play Berwick at home Saturday 24th May 2008
May 21, 2008, 5:24 pm
HARWOOD cpt
HETHERINGTON
MILBURN P
STOREY D
STOREY M
HARDY
GREAVES
TANNEY
RICHARDS
ADAMSON
FOX
 
 
Berwick 1st XI: S Middlemist, M Elliott, R Patterson, M Golightly,G Wilson, L Mark, J Patterson, M Woodcock, J Woodcock,G Bird, J Benn
 
 
2nd XI to play Clara Vale away
 
HENDERSON
CLARK
HUDSON
SECCOMBE
LITTLE
TANNEY L
ROBINSON J
WANLESS snr
WANLESS jnr
ELLIOTT
TIPPLE

First XI receive a double blow.
May 20, 2008, 9:39 pm
Blagdon 106 for 9 beat Northern 92 for 9.
 
After getting off to a quick start, Blagdon found run scoring difficult after some tight bowling from Greaves, Milburn and Richards and ended on 106.
 
Northern never really got going with only Milburn and Adamson showing signs of run scoring. Wickets continued to fall at a steady pace as we stumbled to 92 for 9 from the 20 overs.
 
Our debut in the Smithson cup had to be cancelled due to the lack of loyalty from our members who, agreed at the AGM that it was a good idea to enter this competition.

First team double header
May 19, 2008, 7:00 pm
Tuesday and Wednesday of this week see's the 1's visiting Blagdon then Corbridge on consecutive nights. Hopefully we can continue our unbeaten run when we visit Blagdon after our success two weeks ago on the same ground.
 
Wednesday see's a difficult trip to Corbridge, as the club make their debut in the Smithson Cup. A win over the Premier League side will set up a trip to South Northumberland in the next round.

Teams still unbeaten
May 18, 2008, 8:43 am
Both 1st & 2nd teams remain unbeaten this season after the 2nds comfortably beat Belsay with Davey Wanless Snr and Martin Seccombe making telling contributions with bat and ball.
 
Belsay 89 all out
 
Bowling figures:
 
T Elliott           10-1-31-1
A Matthews      5.4-0-16-2
D Wanless Snr  10-0-29-6
D Wanless Jnr   5-2-13-1
 
Batting Figures:
 
M Hudson     26no
C Milburn      0
M Seccombe  46
R Clark         3no
 
90 for 2
 
The 1st team endured another free Saturday as their game at Belsay was controversially called off at 10.30am depriving them of a game once again.   
 
They now head into cup games on Tuesday and Wednesday against Blagdon and Corbridge respectively before taking on league favourites Berwick in what should hopefully be their 1st home game of the season.
 

Double Encounter with Belsay
May 16, 2008, 1:09 pm
Saturday see's both teams play Belsay
 
1st XI away to Belsay
 
Harwood
Greaves
Milburn
Hetherington
Adamson
Hardy
D Storey
M Storey
Fox
Richards
Tanney
 
2nd XI home to Belsay
 
Henderson
Clark
Elliott
C Milburn
Wanless Jnr
Wanless Snr
Seccombe
Little
Tipple
Matthews
Hudson

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