Social Evening Friday 14 September

This Friday there is no youth cricket coaching but the club is hosting an end of season social evening. With the bar and the BBQ open, there is to be the important kids v adults rounders match. We look forward to seeing all from 1730 with the rounders due to start at about 1745.continue reading →

Youth Coaching Friday 7 September

The coach Trenton will be with us this evening for our last coached session of the year. Starting at 1730 as usual, the BBQ and bar will be open and there will be extra cake available. Can there be a better reason to visit the club than free cake?continue reading →

Youth Coaching – Friday 31 August

We are sorry but there will not be any cricket coaching on Friday 31 August as our coach is unavailable. The bar and BBQ will be open, there will be some cricket equipment for the kids and so a nice opportunity to enjoy a relaxing last evening of summer.continue reading →

Witney Swifts (H) – OCA Div 2

The day was bright and sunny as we welcomed Witney Swifts to the home of cricket. The pitch was as glorious and flat as a newly constructed Chinese road, outfield lightning fast and the weather set fair, so Baz astounded the cricketing world by winning the toss and electing to field first. Clearly he had a master strategy... The bowling was opened by Grant and Will, the powerhouses of the Wantage attack. Grant started beautifully with three maidens on the trot (akin to a normal night in Shush), with Will taking a little…continue reading →

2013 Awards Dinner

Many thanks to everyone who attended our Awards Do on the 26th October. A good night was had by all. We're hoping for pictures to be up in the near future (as soon as Chaz sends them to the webmaster)! In the meantime, the winners in full (meaning where I can remember them) were: Wednesday Pig's Ear -  [ask Chief!] Champagne Moment - Dave Summersbee (after a tense Paper/Scissors/Rock with Grant & Nick) Man of the Match - Nick I Burton (decided on PSR against Ian) Bowling Award - Nick Burton Batting Award…continue reading →