Author: Terry

Free shirts for Colts

2022 Colts membership includes free playing shirt

We have good news for our Colts!  As part of your 2022 membership, all Colts will receive a sponsored playing shirt with the design to be revealed in the new year.

To join or renew please complete the online Colts Membership Application form which includes payment instructions and a sizing chart. 

We are asking that the form be completed by 31st December 2021, as we need to organise the squads for next season and give Masuri enough time for the shirts to arrive for the start of the season.

If you miss the deadline, unfortunately we will be unable to guarantee delivery in time for your first match… Hopefully in April (fingers crossed!)

The Lashings returning 2021…it’s on!


We are excited to announce, the Lashings World XI event is back on…

Friday 20th August 2021.


     11:30am – Bar Open
      1:00pm – 3 course luncheon + Entertainment

     4:00pm – T20 Lashings World vs Burridge Select XI
     7:15pm – Awards
     8:00pm – George Michael Tribute Act

Spectator Only tickets now available £10

Just a few tables/places available in the hospitality marquee.

Please get in touch will Robin O’Grady for more information and for sponsorship opportunities.

Amazing century for our new girl

Many congratulations to Pippa Sproul for achieving her first century on Sunday playing for the ladies 1st XI against Ropley. Pippa is only 12 and was 105 not out. Fantastic feat and well done.

For further coverage of the game see our FaceBook page…

Cricket In The Time Of Covid-19

ECB latest update and advice

Following the latest update from the UK Government, the ECB is pleased to announce the return of recreational cricket in England, signalling a progression from Step 3 to Step 4 of the ECB’s roadmap to return for the recreational game.

This also allows us to advise that clubs who have previously run All Stars Cricket can now do so again (we will release specific guidance for All Stars Cricket next week).

We thank you for all of your efforts in helping cricket return.

ECB has maintained a constant dialogue with the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport (DCMS) throughout this process and we have prepared a plan to support clubs and individuals as they prepare for the return of recreational cricket, including details of adjustments which should be made to respect hygiene and social distancing requirements.

That plan – available here – covers a number of areas of the game, including:

  • Pre-match adaptations regarding transport and symptom checking.
  • In-game adaptations applying to social distancing measures, hygiene, match officials and the use of equipment.
  • Post-game adaptations, including the potential use of club facilities.
  • Advice for coaches specific to individual sessions and junior cricket.

To support this, please also find here an eight step infographic, and an infographic for pre-match, in-game and post-game adaptations here.