Results (summer 2018)

2020 summer term

The 2019 summer term (junior league cricket season) is now finished, but we have a summer holiday cricket camp and will have autumn and spring term indoor training.

Regarding spaces available, our policy last year was that we had a limit of 25 players per squad and we had a period of about 1 month, in Dec/Jan, in which returners from the previous year, along with players booked into our indoor training courses, were able to book their children in ahead of the general public. We expect to follow a similar or the same process this year.

We are likely to finalise details of the 2020 summer term during the spring term of 2020. We expect things to be broadly similar to 2019, so for now you can read our 2019 information below to get an idea of what to expect.

2018 was our best year yet

As a junior section that has only been going 10 years, we have not historically won as many games as we've lost, but in 2018 we turned a corner, winning very nearly as many games as we lost.

Our players did this during a year in which 25% of our players were new to the club and we entered them into more age-groups that ever before, making some of our older squads very small at the start of the season. Many players who had played hardly any cricket before were gutsy enough to represent the club in matches that were often against opposition teams full of experienced players.

We want to say a huge 'well done' to all of our players, old and new.

We think this recent improvement in performances was largely down to the following factors, which we intend to build on in 2019:

  • Far more players attended indoor training over winter and spring than ever before
  • We got squad sizes right so that very few (only the most talented) kids were playing up a year
  • The quality of our coaching and training has improved in general
  • We played more training games than in previous years
  • Taking a slightly more competitive approach to selection and organisation of players in games
  • Lots of hard work by parents volunteering as team managers, many of whom gave our kids extra practice on the sidelines of matches, by organising friendlies and by running their own additional net sessions
  • And of course the kids also also looked and felt more like a team, wearing club shirts and caps for the first time

Cricket is fun even when you don't win, but there's no doubting that it's more fun when you win a good number of games and we made a big leap forward in that department in 2018.

How can I check results?

Each age-group has a What's App group for parents, and results (and sometimes live over by over commentary, if the match is an exciting one) are normally posted there first.

We also encourage a parent from each team to post the result and a few words on how the match went to the club's facebook group, which we encourage all parents to join.

For league matches, you can also check team results (but not individual performances) by going to, and selecting Matches > Results, then using the options to filter the list (see fixtures above) for the timeframe and team that you are interested in.