Indoor Nets @ Cambourne Village College on Tuesdays

Indoor Nets:

Indoor nets sessions are at Cambourne Village College. We're having a break for half-term, but start again on 24th February.

Date:       Every Tuesday  (24th February to 23rd March) 

Time:       7.00 - 8.00 pm for junior players (u10s - u12s teams);  

               8.00 - 9.30 pm for senior players (u14s and above)

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Happy New Year!! Winter Nets & Club AGM


The days are getting longer, which can only mean one thing - it's nearly the cricket season!! As we prepare for the new season our winter nets start on Tuesday 13th January; and our AGM is on Sunday 25th January. 

Details below:

Winter Nets:

We are delighted to announce that Winter indoor nets are returning to Cambourne this year! 

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Sunday 7th September - u10s Tournament and Fun Day

Cambourne Cricket Club is hosting its inaugural u10s Cricket Tournament this weekend - and is combining it with a special opportunity for boys and girls of all ages to taste how much fun cricket can be.

Ten local under 10s teams will be taking part in the event at Great Cambourne cricket pitch, Back Lane, Cambourne from 10.00am on Sunday (7th September), due to conclude late afternoon. 

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Team Selection for Saturday 30th August

Only 2 games this weekend, as the 3rd team fixture has been conceded by the opposition.


Sorry for those who are left without a game this weekend, but the 2nd team need a win for a shout at promotion, so if you are free and looking for something to do, why not get along to Elsworth and give the lads some support.


1st XI Home Vs Eversden



Mark Bar Hill

Humberto (V/C)

Richard Pye

Josh White (W/K)

Callum Mclean

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Team Selection for Saturday 23rd August

There is only one fixture this Saturday - but all 3 teams play next week (30th August), so please let Captains know your availability.


1st XI AWAY to Abington 2nd XI:

1.   Liam Healy (Captain)

2.   Temoor Khan

3.   Danny Sedano

4.   Humberton De Sousa

5.   Paul Darrington

6.   Callum Healy

7.   Mike Longson Junior

8.   Vivek Joseph

9.   Josh White

10.  Mo Ali

11.  James Darrington 

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3s outclassed by Burwell

A comprehensive defeat was only brightened by some accomplished batting by the junior players, including a half-century from Callum, putting their more experienced partners to shame.

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Team Selection for Saturday 16th August


Team selection is listed below, players to turn up at Lower Cambourne Pavilion at Midday as usual.


1st XI at HOME vs N.C.I. 3rd XI (@Lower Cambourne)

1.   Liam Healy (Captain)

2.   Brian Farmery

3.   Temoor Khan

4.   Favas Thaivalappil

5.   Humberto De Sousa

6.   Paul Darrington

7.   Danny Sedano

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End of Season Dinner 2014

With another season coming to an end, it is time to look ahead to the Cambourne Cricket Club end of season awards night...


Early enquiries have been made to The Belfry in Cambourne to host the evening along with a drinks reception, three course meal and coffee with a cost of £30 per head with a provisional date of Saturday 18 October 2014, however Saturday 11 October is also being looked into. The event is for all members, players and their partners.



PLEASE NOTE: The 2nd XI games at home to Camden 3s has been cancelled as the opposition have conceded the game

The other 2 matches go ahead, with selection as follows (we'll meet at Lower Cambourne pavilion at Midday, as normal):

1st Team: AWAY to Saffron Walden 3s:

1.  Liam Healey (Captain)

2.  Temoor Khan

3.  Favas Thaivalappil

4.   Ollie Vale

5.   Humberto De Sousa

6.   Paul Darrington

7.   Mike Longson Jnr

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Thirds come up short against Babraham

In between some showers of rain, the threes showed grit and determination in our attempt to chase down Babraham’s total of 182. The final-wicket partnership of Aditya and Neil took inspiration from Joe Root and Jimmy Anderson at Trent Bridge, with both batsmen holding on for the finish and pushing the score slowly upwards. But it was not to be, we ended up 40 runs short, but with pride intact.

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