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Our All Stars junior cricket program for 2018 is now open for registration.All Stars is an entry level cricket program aimed at boys and girls ages between 5 and 8 years old. It is a national program running over 8 weeks starting at Polegrove on Friday 11th May 2018 between 6.00pm and 7.00pm. Partic...
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The cricket clubs Annual General Meeting will be held on Friday 26th January 2018 at 7.30pm. The location for the meeting is the upstairs area of Traffers Bar.The AGM gives all club members a chance to have their say on how the club is run and to volunteer for the work that goes on behind the scenes...
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The dates for all indoor training are confirmed as follows:Junior Softball Training commences on Tuesday the 16th of January 2018 at Bexhill High Academy. The times for these sessions 6.00pm - 7.00pm. Cost is £3.50 per time.Junior Hardball Training commences on Sunday the 28th of January 2018 at Ho...
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The annual awards were presented at the clubs recent presentation held at the Cooden Beach Golf Club. After a sumptuous three course meal the awards were handed out by the clubs main sponsor Paul Butler of 1stCall4Mortgages. The winners are as follows:Malcolm Pratt Trophy for Players Player of the S...
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Congratulations to three of our junior members who were recently awarded their Young Leaders in Cricket Award at a ceremony held at Lords Cricket Ground.Hollie Young, Dominic Carey and Paul Crittenden all attended educational classes over the summer months and undertook many hours of voluntary work ...
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Former Bexhill overseas players Andrew "Ainsley" Harriott and Mark "Steggs" Steketee will now go head to head in the Australian KFC Big Bash this Friday at the Gabba cricket ground - Brisbane.Steketee was the hugely popular Bexhill overseas player in 2011 renowned for his raw pace, explosive hitting...
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The ECB have recently released new safety measures regarding the wearing of cricket helmets with a view to reducing the number and severity of head and facial injuries. All club members must be aware of the new measures stated below:Players over the age of 18 The ECB strongly recommends that all ad...
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