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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
D Storey
M Storey
2nd XI home to Belsay
C Milburn
Wanless Jnr
Wanless Snr

The sky's the limit in the Planet Trophy
May 12, 2008, 7:42 pm
Thursday see's the return of 20:20 cricket for our 2nd XI. After a great start to the season for Steve Henderson's men, they look to continue with another win away to Cramlington, 6pm start.

Northern to do their Civil duty
May 9, 2008, 3:18 pm

The 1st & 2nd teams will hope to get their league seasons up & running on Saturday after last weeks washed out double header against Stobswood with both teams taking on Civil Service.  The 1st XI making the long trip to Riding Mill


Team News


Midge Adamson will finally making his debut for the 1st's and Dean Hardy returns after missing Tuesday's win at Blagdon.  Callum Milburn & Rob Clark return to the 2nd's buoyed by good contributions on Tuesday night.


Steve Henderson takes charge of the 2nd's for the first time since taking over from the now retired Northern legend Nigel Little snr in an unchanged side from the one that would have played last weekend.  He will be hoping his youthful side can return to the B1 division after being unfortunately relegated on the final day of last season




1st XI


C Harwood (capt)

P Milburn

K Hetherington

D Hardy

D Greaves

M Adamson

I Fox

M Storey

M Tanney

J Richards

D Storey


2nd XI


S Henderson (capt)

R Clark

C Milburn

P Tipple

M Hudson

C Smiles

D Wanless snr

D Wanless jnr

C Gray

T Elliott

A Matthews


1st XI beat Blagdon in thriller
May 9, 2008, 3:17 pm

The 1st team got their season underway on with tight win over Blagdon at sun bathed Blagdon Hall on Tuesday night. 


All the top order contributed in a total of 86 for 7 with skipper Harwood top scoring with 24 from 23 balls in addition to some lusty hitting from Paul Milburn and Ian Fox. 


The Blagdon innings got off to a becalmed start with wides making most of the scoring.  However once opening bowlers Greaves and Richards found their line and length the scoring rate dropped and wickets began to fall on a regular basis. 


After Milburn and Matty Storey took over bowling duties further wickets fell until Blagdon were left needing upwards of 10 an over off 3.  Despite a valiant attempt by skipper Forster and in particular Greg Senior the Northern held on to win by 2 runs and set up a visit to Warkworth in the next round  


1st XI take on Blagdon
May 5, 2008, 8:58 am
After Saturday's home game against old rivals Stobswood was called off due to flooding on the outfield the 1st's hope to get their season underway against Blagdon at Blagdon park on Tuesday night in the Thomas Wilson Memorial Cup.
The prize for the victors is likely to be a trip to Warkworth (should they overcome New Hartley) and the opportunity to play at one of Northumberlands best and most picturesque grounds against one of the Premier Leagues big hitters!  
The club are looking to build on recent improved dispays in 20 over cricket after twice reaching the final of the divisional competion in the the last couple of years.
Team News
Michael 'Midge' Adamson may make his debut ironically against one of his former clubs should he return from holiday in time.  Dean Hardy is working and Martin Seccombe on holiday also so Ian Fox Retains his place and Rob Clark is promoted from the 2nd's after impressing in a recent friendly.  County junior Callum Milburn is on stand by to make his 1st team debut should Adamson not make it!
Chris Harwood (Capt)
Paul Milburn
Kevin Hetherington
Duncan Storey
Matty Storey
Matty Tanney
James Richards
Dean Greaves
Rob Clark
Ian Fox
Midge Adamson
Reserve Callum Milburn

2nd XI to play Stobswood
Apr 29, 2008, 12:40 am
3rd May 2008
S Henderson Capt
C Milburn
M Hudson
R Clark
D Wanless jnr
D Wanless snr
C Smiles
N Little
T Elliott
C Gray
P Tipple

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