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Come and join Santa for a game of Christmas Bingo - Sunday 3 December 2017 7.30 p.m. at the Working Mens Club in Winchcombe.  All proceeds to Club funds!


Dear All

The Dinner Dance takes place on Friday 15 September at 7.00 p.m. for 7.30 pm at Cleeve Hill Golf Club.

Thank you to all of you who have bought tickets for this event and we look forward to seeing you there for a great night!  

If you have not confirmed and paid for your ticket yet please let us know no later than the end of the day today otherwise we regret your dinner will not have been booked.

A HUGE thanks to Jackie Cull and Jessica Orzel for organising this for all of us - it is a lot to do and we are very grateful. .

Best wishes

Winchcombe CC Committee

Junior training sessions have now finished and the final event of the season will be Trophy Presentations on 8 September 2017 at the Club at 7.00 p.m.

A big thank you to all those who have helped coach this season - Tim Young, James Markwick, Graham Jones, Adam Drysdale, Robin Shaw, Dan Yeates, Freddie Drysdale , and Chris Willemstein and to Jon and Stacey Lewis for running the bar and to Brian Morris for preparing wickets for the matches!

Senior teams have two more matches and one more training session this Wednesday and the Dinner Dance is on 15 September 2017 at Cleeve Golf Club - please sort out with Captains today if you would like to go or email to Club email.

Tonight 23 June 2017 v Corse & Staunton Sixers
6.15 p.m. start at the Club
BBQ and bar open      

70’s v Hampshire – 1 June


The second Over 70's match took place at the very beautiful Winchcombe ground on a lovely sunny day

The Hampshire guys were not fazed by the early start and a near 3 hour drive  to get there for a 1pm start ....which was more than can be said for Gloucestershire Captain Tony Sadler
In preparation for his 5am start the following day for his Caravanning holiday to France, Tony decided to bring his new addition to the ground (see below)
Although living only a short distance away, word arrived that he had a flat battery on his caravan mover and had to take it to be repaired and that he would be late
He was! ,and at 12.45 Mondo was press ganged into going out to toss up, which he did, and without anyone telling him, after he won the toss and put them in to bat,
that we wanted bat first !

When the Hampshire openers entered the fray, and both were experienced England openers,  I offered Roger the opportunity to manage the side until Captain Caravan arrived
Starting off with only ten fielders on a small ground has its disadvantages and after opening with Trevor and Peter,  Hampshire were finding those gaps and were 30 -0
We managed to pull them back as Trevor trapped Blackley Lbw and Mondo bowled Swain , 49-2 .
However Ian Watson and Kyle gave us a demonstration of how to bat Seniors by amassing 171 runs, running 75 of them
Bellers on his home track had Kyle stumped by Malcom for 67 and then
Roger Beese  was on a hat trick after bowling Langford and Hicks
Watson was 81 not out at the close 228-5 .
Trevor Spindler 8-1-31-1; Mondo 8-3-20-1; Roger Bellfield 8-0-62-1: Roger Beese 4-0-31-2 the wicket takers

After a splendid tea Captain Caravan departed to collect his hopefully repaired caravan, with the batting order rearranged accordingly
Roger and Dave Hull set off with Dave unluckily stumped off a leg side wide which came back off the keepers pads , 3-1
Roger and Malcolm put on 45 when Beese was lbw for 21
Mondo joined Malcolm and took the score to 113-3, Mondo caught for 29
At this stage we were ahead of the required rate and Captain caravan re-joined the fray as he helped Bob and Malcolm take the score to 144
Malcolm making a splendid 40, the strain of running 26 of them taking its toll
On a small Winchcombe ground it seems it is a 4 or a single !
Tony with 14 and Bellers 11 and with wides now being the top score  from a tired Hampshire side  we were still in the game, however three quick wickets we were all out for 178

A commendable effort in only our second game against a strong Hampshire side sets us up nicely for the remaining games
The lessons to be learnt, BAT first, run singles, bowl no wides , SIMPLE !
Thanks again to Winchcombe CC for their splendid hospitality, Bellers drinks from the well, a super tea
Thanks to Eileen for giving up her and Stans day off to score (they had planned to watch the England one day game !)
Thanks to Len for supporting and to both umpires for the way they officiated
Hope Captain Caravan has a great holiday
Back to Winchcombe next week....what a beautiful setting



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Sunday 11 June 2017

1130 a.m. onwards

Youngie's Yelpers
Kwiq Stiq 2
Winchcombe Wangers
Dad's Army
Winchcombe Warriors

Bar will be open, bacon rolls on sale from midday, barbecue in the afternoon, music, CRICKET, and razzamatazz.

Free entry, please come along and support one of the teams, or just have some fun in the sun.

Help with scoring, umpiring, kitchen, bar, bbq always very welcome!


Today at 1.00 pm Gloucestershire 70+ team take on Hampshire at the Corndean Lane ground. Please come up for a cup of tea and to offer some support. Our own Jon Belfield is playing for Gloucestershire.

Tomorrow evening Winchcombe Warriors U19's start their T20 campaign with a friendly against Hatherley Hurricanes starting at 6.15 - full bbq and the bar will be open. We would like some noisy support for the home side!

U9 group tomorrow is cancelled due to their coach being a Warrior but he would love to see them there to support the team. U13 and U11 coaching will take place starting at 5.00 pm in the hope that they will all stay around and watch the match.

1st XI are away at Overbury on Saturday and 2nd XI are home against Kenilworth. Thank you to all those who stepped up to play last weekend, we were 20 players short overall if you can believe that. Both teams won which was extremely pleasing!!

Sunday match this week at home against Bayshill, please let KK know if you would like to play.

U15 play Dumbleton at home on Monday 5 June at 6.00 pm. U13 play at home against Charlton Kings on 11 June.

Happy cricketing weekend everybody and good luck to all our teams



​Adult & Youth (over 15 years) Pre-season training starts Sunday 26 February from 4.30 - 6.30 in the Sports Hall.  There will be no session on 2 April.

To cover costs we need  three pound per person per session payable on the day please (right money)


Location:      Winchcombe Sports Hall, Gretton Road, Winchcombe.

 Dates:            Friday 3 February – Friday 14 April 2017 inc.  No nets on 17 February 2017.

 Sessions:       1.         6.30 – 7.30 p.m.                  U11 & U13                Years 5-7      

2.           7.30 - 8.30  p.m.                  U15                            Years 8 –10                   

Kit:                 Trainers and sports kit; no need to wear whites unless you want to.  Old tracksuit/joggers should be worn as they can be damaged when sliding on the floor!  Safety kit (helmet, pads, box etc to be worn).  Let coaches know if you do not have safety kit.  The sports hall can be very cold so bring layers and also a drink as no refreshments will be provided. PLEASE DO NOT ARRIVE EARLY AS THERE IS VERY LIMITED SPACE FOR WAITING/WATCHING.

Cost:              £3.00 per person  in cash and right money only please