Eversley Cricket Club
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MCC Regional T20 on the 4th August 2016 from 10am
We are proud to announce that Eversley CC will be hosting the MCC on Cross Green and Fox Lane – AGAIN!!!
This time for the MCC T20 tournament on Thursday 4th August.
Teams from the South East, South West, North London and South London featuring some of the very best amateur cricketers from the South of the country will be gracing both Cross Green and Fox Lane. Many of the players involved will be minor counties or premier league cricketers or in the odd case even better. The winners of the tournament will earn a place at Lords next Summer in the national MCC T20 finals day. The South London side will be run and captained by ex-Dorset captain Tom Hicks who is organising the day with our own Phil Wise.
Cricket has been played at our Cross Green ground since 1787 and is one of the oldest grounds in the South of England.
We recently expanded our facilities, behind Cross Green, to incorporate a second cricket ground and a state of the art cricket indoor training centre (ITC). A number of well know cricketers, including Monty Panesar and the Australian International Ladies team have used these facilities together with the Ian Botham Cricket School. These facilities, including our club house, are available for hire.
We run four adult Thames Valley League sides on a Saturday, with our First X1 playing in Division 2, one Sunday side and compete in a number of local competitions, as well as the National Village Knockout Cup.
This year we entertain Hampshire CCC in a T20 challenge, for Sean Ervine's benefit season, which is a great fund raising event. There are numerous sponsorships/advertising opportunities on this day. If you are interested, please contact our Sponsorship Officer, Alan Budge.
The Club is always looking for new adult players and if anyone is interested they should contact Scott Sharp, Chairman of Cricket, for more information or join us on practice night, Wednesday's on the main ground from 6pm.
We have a very successful Colts section with over 200 boys and girls playing from ages U9 to U17.
- We are proud to have a number of Colts who have progressed through to the First X1. Furthermore, a number of our Colts have represented District and County.
- The girls colt teams lead naturally on to our Ladies team who play League cricket on a Sunday. For the girls and Ladies team, please contact Mike Tresise.
- For colts, both boys and girls can contact Martin Perkin.
We have great demand for new Colts, particularly in the younger age groups, so it is important to make contact with Martin Perkin no later than end of November for the following season.
For full contact details, please go to: www.eversleycc.hitscricket.com
Hire of facilities:
- Club House: Terry Lynch
- Indoor Training Centre: Alan Budge
Sponsorship including Hampshire CCC game packages: Alan Budge, Grant Whelan
You can also view us on twitter: @eversleycc
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