Annual Players' Award Night takes place at the Clubhouse on
Saturday 17th September, from around 7pm. Please sign up
at the Club or contact Tim Soper on Facebook.
Club Dinner Dance takes place at Hartley Wintney Golf Club on
Saturday 15th October.
details to follow, but do save the dates!
Club is very excited to be hosting the Hampshire and Essex D40
Disability cricket teams in a tri-team tournament against an
HWCC U21 Development Squad team this coming Sunday on the
match begins at 9.30am. For full details
including match times and how to get a bacon roll, please
1st XI vs Calmore Sports 1st XI [7/10]
Hartley loss by 68 runs - Calmore 236-6 off 50 overs, Hartley 168-10 off 46.5 overs.
2nd XI vs Liphook & Ripsley 2nd XI [9/18]
Hartley win by 158 runs - Hartley 292-3 off 45 overs, Liphook 134-9 off 29.1 overs.
Jonathan Rowland 164*, Matthew Rudd 60*. Dan Reynaldo 4-36 off 7 overs.
3rd XI [5/17]
2nd XI vs Stoke Green 2nd XI ["Friendly"]
Hartley loss by 13 runs - Stoke Green 135-10 off 35.2 overs, Hartley 122-10 off 36.4 overs.
Mark Boston 5-19 off 6 overs. Damian Keep 47.
vs Alton U15B
Hartley loss by 55 runs - Alton 123-6 off 20 overs, Hartley 68-10 off 12.5 overs.
Girls vs Aldershot U14
Hartley loss by 5 runs - Aldershot 107-7 off 19.3 overs, Hartley 102-7 off 16 overs.
vs Odiham & Greywell U13A
Hartley win by 46 runs - Hartley 148-7 off 18.3 overs, Odiham 102-6 off 20 overs.
vs Oakley U13
Hartley loss by 10 runs - Oakley 108-5 off 20 overs, Hartley 98-9 off 20 overs.
vs Basingstoke U11B
Hartley loss by 13 runs - Basingstoke 82-2 off 20 overs, Hartley 69-10 off 17.5 overs.
vs Farnham U9
Hartley loss by 54 runs.
vs Farnham U9
Hartley loss by 54 runs.
vs Aldershot U9A
Hartley loss by 108 runs.
The final result suggested a convincing win for Sunday 2’s vs Hale CC and indeed it was in the end. However this was juxtaposed to the early exchanges in the match… typified by an almost business as usual batting performance.
Losing the toss HWCC were put into to bat on a Bramshill wicket still coming to terms with the recent deluges. Despite attempted diligence HWCC were 2 wickets down by the end of the 10th over with only 20 runs on the board, with Dan Bowles stumped uncharacteristically for 6 by wicket keeper who described himself as ‘a goalie slash wickie’. Happy days!
Pack and Mogridge added a further 35 runs for the next wicket, Pack caught behind off a ball that swung a mile (according to the umpire!). Mogridge was rewarded with well-earned 55 who also shared a well nudged half century stand with James Darnell before Guy Cartright and Matt Ellis bludgeoned a quick fire 40 off the last 5 overs to leave HWCC at 176/7 at half time.
HWCC were uncharacteristically sharp in the field! All catches caught by outfielders and keepers alike supported with almost professional levels of backing-up.. This almost certainly led to a sharp run out by Dan Nightingale whose misfiled prompted the batman to call for a second run, Dan’s direct hit left the bat flailing a good metre from safety.
The colts Nightingale, Darnell & Broderick provided the expected consistency with the ball from the pavilion end. The pleasant surprise was Ellis, Cartright, Mogridge and Pack from the far end (now known as the Mojo End) who all bowled with uncharacteristic consistency and accuracy. The pick being Cartright who delivered ‘Jug-Earning’ figures of 3 for 6 off 4 overs.
Hale all out for 99 meaning victory for HWCC by 77 runs.
[Match report: James Pack]
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 email to 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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