About 80 children turned up for the first junior coaching of the 2016 season at Bredon Cricket Club.
The session coincided with a chilly evening and a bank holiday weekend, but did not put off families eager to get involved with the game.
We meet again next Friday at 6.15pm, and hope to see everyone there again.
There are more details on our FAQ page, and you can download a registration form here.
Here are the minutes from the April 2016 meeting of Bredon Cricket Club.
Main points: success for kitchen grant application, sponsors back club, date set to renovate clubhouse floor, end-of-season dinner date fixed, new subscription prices for 2016 confirmed.
Please use the form below to raise any matter with the committee:
They’re back! Those fabulous summer evenings when your children get to learn one of the world’s greatest sports, while you look on… perhaps with a refreshing drink in your hand.
Junior coaching begins at Bredon Cricket Club (find us here) on Friday (April 29) at 6.15pm.
Children are taught basic skills such as catching, throwing, bowling and batting in a friendly, supportive environment. They learn in groups of not more than 20 based on age and ability.
Parents can enjoy a relaxing drink from our clubhouse bar and unwind after a hard week in one of the most beautiful spots in Bredon.
Our junior cricket FAQs page has lots more information, and you can download a registration form and complete it all ready to hand in at the club on Friday.
We’re looking forward to welcoming you back!
The prizes in Bredon Cricket Club’s 2016 prize draw have been revealed.
Junior members Jamie Robb and Jordan Huggins won the top prizes of £100 each.
Other winners were:
January: Jo Law £25; Sally New £15; Marion Ralls £10
February: Bill Taylor £25; Joy Goodwin £15; Freddie Gallagher £10
March: Isaac Tagg £25; Shaun Hickey £15; Jayesh Patel £10
September: Liam Harris £25; Gavin Dron £15; Rory McGuigan
October: Linda Harding £25; Johnny Spence £15; Barney Cooper £10
November: Mel Perry £25; Fran Barthorpe £15; Paddy Elloway £10
December: Josh Kelly £25; Will Rolley £15; Julia Simmonds £10
Just a reminder that (weather permitting) we play our first match of the 2016 season tomorrow.
We are at home to Feckenham, and the game starts at 1pm.
In the evening is our cheese and wine evening, the annual curtain-raiser to the season. It begins at 7pm.
Members, guests and those wishing to find out more about the club are welcome.
They pipped us to the post in the 2016 Evesham Indoor League… and now they’ve gone on to win the County Indoor Final.
Our local rivals Dumbleton (128-4) beat Hagley (128-4) on the final ball to win the Granger Trophy at RGS Worcester.
Both sides played excellent cricket, and they were separated only by the narrowest of margins.
Well done, Dumbleton. And we mean that, we really do.
Here is another date for your diaries.
Local singer James Caveny will be performing at Bredon Cricket Club on Saturday, May 21.
His music appeals to a broad range of people and he has a large local following.
Our bar, under the new stewardship of Will Rollett, will be open from 7pm.
Old friends and team-mates of former Bredon Cricket Club captain Ian Collinson may wish to say their farewells at his funeral on Monday (April 18).
The service will be at Our Lady of Perpetual Succour, Cheltenham Road, East, Churchdown, Gloucester GL3 1HU, at 2pm.
Please dress however you feel comfortable, but the family have said it would be nice to see some people wearing sports shirts.
The wake will be at Walls Club, Hammond Way, Barnwood, Gloucester GL4 3HG.
There will be a buffet once the family have returned from the crematorium.
Do you have any fond memories of Ian? Please leave your tributes to our former captain.