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Upcoming Events


Saturday 16th September Players Awards Night

6.30pm Bar, 7.30pm Food, 8.15pm Presentations

Partners, Relatives and Friends all very welcome


Saturday 14th October Annual Dinner Dance


7pm at HW Golf Club


Wednesday 18th October Annual General Meeting

8pm in the Club.

Members will receive a letter or email advising of actions you may wish to take under the Club Constitution.


HWCC Weekly Results Round-up

Not with a bang but with a wet whimper, the season ended with the Sunday 2s narrowly losing to the BBC Bushmen on The Green, leaving their tally at 7 wins from 19 matches.

Here are final league positions for the Saturday teams:
1st XI: 2nd of 10; Southern Electric Division 2
2nd XI: 11th of 18; Hampshire Cricket League County Division 3 North
3rd XI: 4th of 16; Hampshire Cricket League Country Regional Division 2 NE

Loss: Sunday 2nd XI 166-8 dec. (35 overs) vs BBC Bushmen 167-4 (38 overs)
James Pack 41, Daniel Bowles 42*.

And so the Results Badger downs tools for another year, whilst looking forward to another Ashes series to keep him entertained until the 2018 season here at HWCC!

HWCC Weekly Results Round-up

What a match...!  The Saturday 1st XI came agonisingly close to coming top of their league in the final match of their season, losing by a single, solitary run in the final over to the eventual division champions.  But promotion to Division 1 was secured in style, so commiserations and congratulations to the whole squad.  The match also received a glowing report from the umpires, who noted the example set by both captains, the exemplary behaviour of both teams, and the crowd support and atmosphere.

From the sublime, to the Sunday 2s, who bagged their 7th win of the season with a solid team performance.  One match to go!

Loss: 1st XI 216 all out  (49.4)  vs Old Tauntonians & Romsey CC - 1st XI 217 all out  (49.3)
Rhys Batcup 4-35 off 8 & 39*, Scott Baldwin 3-32 off 10 & 85, Henry Collier 58.

Win: Sunday 2nd XI 156 -3  (20)  vs Hawley CC, Surrey - Sunday 1st XI 108 all out  (18.2)
Matthew Brown 25* (ret), David Ford 27, John Puddifant 26, Bob Bartley 15*, James Pack 21 & 3-19 off 3, Daniel Nightingale 2-21 off 4, Clint Mogridge 2-14 off 3.2.


HWCC Weekly Results Round-up

The rain robbed us of a fair few games this week, but the Saturday 1st team scored an excellent win, and it was also a very good week for Dan(iel)s.

Win: South Wilts CC - 2nd XI 194 all out  (47)  vs 1st XI 216 -9  (50)
William Kerr 45, Dan Reynaldo 4-41 off 10 overs

Loss: Sunday 2nd XI 138 all out  (35)  vs Reading Lawyers CC - Friendly XI 197 -10  (38)
Daniel Bowles 62, Daniel Nightingale 3-29 off 8 overs

Win: Under 15A 196 -7  (20.0)  vs Fleet CC - Under 15 (NHYCL) 95 -11  (20.0)
Angus Brown 3-22 off 4 overs, Daniel Nightingale 33

Loss: Rowledge CC - Under 13-B 60 -7  (16.1)  vs Under 13B 59 all out  (14.2)
Win: Under 11A 130 -4  (20.0)  vs Alton CC - Under 11A 82 -3  (20.0)


HWCC Weekly Results Round-up

Another busy week across the club; and again some good wins and impressive individual results.

Loss: 1st XI 226 all out  (50)  vs St Cross Symondians CC - 2nd XI 227 -8  (48.2)
Henry Collier 62, 5-34 off 10, Daniel Plume 44

Win: Steeple Langford CC - 1st XI 145 all out  (39.3)  vs 2nd XI 147 -6  (32.3)
Rajeev Nair 63

Loss: Sunday 2nd XI 170 -8  (40)  vs Farley Hill CC - Sunday 1st XI 174 -4  (32.1)
Mark Boston 52

Win: Under 15A 147 -6  (20.0)  vs Aldershot CC - U15A Boys NHYCL 52 -1  (13.0)
Daniel Nightingale 53* ret

Win: Under 15B  vs Aldershot CC - U16 Girls NHYCL
Win: Hook & Newnham Basics CC - Under 13B 33 all out  (10.4)  vs Under 13A 35 -4  (7.5)
Win: Under 13A 116 -6  (20)  vs Fleet CC - Under 13A (NHYCL) 105 -4  (20)
Thomas Jarman 33* ret

Win: Under 13B 100 -3  (14.1)  vs Odiham & Grey well CC - Under 13B 98 all out  (19.4)
Mikey Gregory 4-5 off 2

Loss: Under 11A 41 all out  (11.5)  (Revised Target 125 from 20.0) vs Rowledge CC - Under 11-A
Win: Under 11C 128 -5  (20.0)  vs Odiham & Greywell CC - Under 11C 126 -9  (20.0)
125 all out  (20)
Loss: Medstead CC - Under 11 67 -0    vs Under 11C 39 -0
Win: Rowledge CC - Under 9 119 -5  (20.0)  vs Under 9B 140 -1  (20.0)
George Turner 33

HWCC Weekly Results Round-up

The results badger has roused from hibernation; here's the first report of the season.  There are plenty of great results, strong individual performances across all ages, and a fantastic result at the Cove 6-a-side tournament.  The Game Is On!

Win: 1st XI 150 -8  (40.0) vs Sparsholt CC - 1st XI 149 all out (45.4)
Henry Collier 79

Win: 2nd XI 215 all out  (41.5) vs Hook & Newnham Basics CC - 3rd XI 129 all out  (37.3)
Rajeev Nair 124*, Dan Reynaldo 4-34 off 10 overs

Loss: 3rd XI 176 -9  (42) vs St Marys CC 1st XI 178 -9 (36.1)
Graham Selden 4-24  off 10 overs

Win: Sunday 2nd XI 158 -6  (33) vs Dogmersfield CC - Sunday XI 155 all out  (35)
Dan Bowles 50* ret

Loss: Odiham & Greywell CC - Sunday XI 344 -5  (40) vs Sunday 2nd XI 161 all out  (36)
Clint Mogridge 57

Win: Sunday 2nd XI 185 -8 dec (36) vs The Grannies CC - 1st XI 186 -6  (32)
Thomas Kirkpatrick 115*

Loss: Grayshott CC - U19 - Grayshott Ghosts 143 -6  (20) vs Under 19 130 -6  (20)
Will Kerr 51* ret

Win: U15A 142 -3 (13.5) vs Basingstoke & North Hants CC - Under 15A 140 -5  (20.0)
Win: Alton CC - Under 13 B 38 -6  (13.1) vs U13A 125 -5 (20.0)
Win: Under 13A 116 -6  (20) vs Fleet CC - Under 13A (NHYCL) 105 -4  (20)
Loss: U13B 101 -3 (20.0) vs Kingsclere CC - Under 13 106 -3  (14.5)
Win: U11A 134 -2 vs Hook & Newnham Basics CC - Under 11A 77 -6
Loss: Under 9B 119 -5  (20.0) vs Odiham & Greywell CC - Under 9B 133 -6
Jensen Mogridge 32

Under 9s - Cove tournament
The U9s entered three teams into this year’s Cove 6-a-side tournament.  For many of the players this was their first taste of cricket in a match scenario. All the boys played exceptionally well and their cricketing skills developed throughout the day, with all of them getting lots of match time.

The Lions found themselves in a tough group, with some challenging games, but all enjoyed the experience and have learnt much more about the game.

The Jaguars, had a great start making it through to the semi-final only to miss out in the second super-over!

Our star performers of the weekend were the Tigers, romping to victory, winning all their games, with some fine bowling and solid fielding. The victory was made even more satisfying by beating Basingstoke in the final, a team we had lost to only two days before.
[Report: Gus Blest]

Women's County Match at HWCC on Sunday 23rd April: Hampshire v Middlesex

We're very excited and honoured to announce that Charlotte Edwards, the former England Cricket Captain, is set to make her debut for Hampshire Women at Hartley Wintney CC when Hampshire Women kick off their 2017 season with a 50-over match against Middlesex on The Green this Sunday,  23rd April starting at 11am.

There will also be plenty of current international players on view with England’s Fran Wilson and Alex Hartley in the Middlesex squad.  But the big show will be Hampshire’s former England Captain and women’s cricket legend, Charlotte Edwards. Charlotte has joined an ambitious, young and highly talented squad for the 2017 season and aims to help guide them towards a Division 1 place in 2018 for the first time. Also in the Hampshire squad will be current Southern Vipers and England academy star, Katie George.

Women’s cricket is very strong in the north of the county and so it is no surpise that other local stars on show will include, Naomi Lynch, Natasha Marissa and Providence Cowdrill from Cove, and the very talented 16 year old all-rounder Ella Chandler from Aldershot.  NZ Captain Suzie Bates is also expected to be present, but won't be playing as she only arrives in England the day before.

The match starts at 11:00 so why not come and watch some of the best players in the women’s game!

Thanks to much behind the scenes work by several people involved in our historic club, we have this amazing opportunity to host such a prestigious game, and hope that you will come along to support the players and your club.

Older news can be found here.

Welcome to Hartley Wintney Cricket Club, est. 1770


Hartley Wintney CC is one of the oldest and most beautifully sited cricket clubs in the country. 


The Club fields three Saturday league teams, a social Sunday team and boys and girls junior teams from U7 through to U21.


If you are interested in joining the Club, please contact our Team Secretary, Sam Hedges via email to: teamsechwcc@gmail.com.


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