HWCC is in planning with the Hampshire Cricket Board and the ECB to host a T20 Triangular Tournament for the D40 Disability sides from Hampshire, Essex & Surrey.
Date: Sunday 24th
Time: Game times (approx) 09:30, 13:30, 16:30
Location: The Green, HW
After the fantastic show put on by the Hampshire D40 side back in May, this will be another chance to lend our support and enjoy some great cricket.
We will of course be
grateful for any helpers on the ground crew, lunches & teas,
etc. so please feel free to put your hand up and let us know
you're there for us! Every little helps, even if it is
just making some sandwiches....
second consecutive "Clean-Sweep Saturday" for the senior
teams, and the junior section results are all wins as
well! Another three happy captains!
1st XI vs Fawley 1st XI [SPCL Div 2]
Hartley win by 75 runs - Hartley 262-7 off 50 overs, Fawley 187-10 off 46.5 overs
Jack Hersh 86, Patrick Joseph 74. Scott Baldwin 4-29 off 10 overs
2nd XI vs Compton & Chandlers Ford XI [County
Div 3 North]
Hartley win by 122 runs - Hartley 211-8, Compton & Chandlers Ford 89-10.
Louis Lynch 3-6, Ben Hyde 3-18
3rd XI vs Holybourne 2nd XI[Regional
Div 3 North]
Hartley win by 83 runs - Hartley 202-8 off 42 overs, Holybourne 119-10 off 32.3 overs
Great result against Holyborne this weekend. Battled to get max points superb opening stand of 135 between James Philpott (67) and Angus Brown (58) Angus'a second 50 in 2 weeks! Innings closed on 201 - 8 as we chased max batting points!. Superb opening bowling from James Darnell 6.3-2-15-2 and Dan Nightingale 5-0-13-1 which put early pressure onto Holybourne top order and set it up for Graham Seldon 10-0-40-4 and Kasey Steele 6-1-23-3. Played 5 won 4 and 4th in the league!
[Match report: Graham Jackson]
U14 vs Yately Girls U14
Hartley win by 50 runs - Hartley 139-3 off 20 overs, Yately 89-7 off 18.2 overs
Gemma Lane 31* (ret). Jade Hine 3-9 off 3 overs
vs Hook & Newnham Basics U11A
Hartley won by 39 runs - Hartley 102-3 off 20 overs, Hook 63-5 off 20 overs
Ben Williams 37*
vs Cove U11B
Hartley win by 6 runs
A "Clean-Sweep Saturday" for the senior teams, with three happy captains.
1st XI vs Trojans 1st XI
Hartley loss by 152 runs - Trojans 279-5 off 50 overs, Hartley 127-10 off 37 overs.
2nd XI vs Bishop's Waltham 2nd XI
Hartley loss by 8 runs - Bishop's 202-7 off 45 overs, Hartley 194-10 off 42.3 overs.
3rd XI vs Ramsdell 2nd XI
Hartley win - Hartley 174-9 off 42 overs, Ramsdell 122-9 off 42 overs.
Dan Bowles 106*. Angus Brown 3-36 off 10 overs, Dan Nightingale 2-5 off 5 overs, Graham Selden 2-31 off 10 overs.
2nd XI vs "Hartley Wintney Legends" [Friendly]
Hartley (Sun 2s!) win. Jon Puddifant 110.
vs Oakley U15
Hartley win by 10 wkts
vs Cove U13A
Hartley win by 80 runs - Hartley 128-5 off 15 overs, Cove 48-9 off 9.4 overs.
Harry Broderick 30*. Freddie Band 4-4 off 2 overs.
vs Eversley U13A
Hartley win by 27 runs - Hartley 127-4 off 20 overs, Eversley 100-8 off 16.4 overs.
Oliver Kirkpatrick 3-9 off 3 overs.
vs Overton U11
Hartley win by 44 runs
vs Fleet U11B
Hartley win by 45 runs
vs Fleet U9A
Hartley loss by 50 runs
The Hartley Wintney Summer Ball is on Saturday 20th August 2016. This year we're adding a bit of sparkle and some fantastic entertainment; it really will be a magical evening of glitz and glamour!Tickets include:
£75 each. A deposit of £20 is payable with balances to
you would like to book some tickets or arrange a table (Min 8
people, max 12) then please fill out the attached form
available from here
and email to:
Hartley Wintney is one of the oldest and most beautifully sited cricket clubs in the country.
The Club is a founder member of the Hampshire Cricket League - in which the Saturday 2nd and 3rd XIs compete - and the Three Counties Sunday Cricket League in which the 1st XI participates. Since 2002 the Saturday 1st XI have played in the Southern Electric Premier Cricket League. Our Sunday 2nd XI has a full programme of friendly fixtures. Friendly matches, evening limited-over knock-out games and a short tour of Cornwall in September are regular events.
We have a strong youth section with boys teams at Under 9, 11, 13, 15 and 17, and girls teams at Under 12, 13, and 14, competing in the North Hampshire Cricket Development Association leagues.
Hartley Wintney is Clubmark-accredited and is an active participant in Chance to Shine, promoting and supporting cricket in local schools. The club is also a Hampshire Cricket Development Board Focus Club, with an active and ambitious plan for the future.
For several years running, we have hosted a Hampshire County Cricket Club XI match against our own 1st XI. We also hold regular social events, many of which are publicised in the calendar above.
If you are interested in joining the Club, please contact our Team Secretary, Sam Hedges via his mobile: 07880 558129, or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org. Contact details for all members of the Club's committee can be found in the "About Us" section of this web-site.
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The ECB continues to work with Sport England on the pioneering club accreditation scheme 'Clubmark' to develop a vibrant and healthy club cricket infrastructure.
Cricket clubs can play a key role in the successful delivery of Building Partnerships – cricket's strategic plan for 2006-2009 - by supporting the delivery and implementation of the following programmes:
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