Outdoor Nets and fixtures
The season should start with a cup game this Saturday at The Clappers against Keymer and Hassocks at 1pm. We are hoping to hold net sessions for adults and juniors above school year 8 on a Friday night from 6.30pm starting on April 29th.
With poor ground conditions and bank holidays it has been decided to start the Monday night training on May 9th at 6.30pm
The meeting was very well attended and the Chairman thanked everyone for their support during the year and expressed the need for people to volunteer to help when they could. He also announced that this would be his last year in the post.
All the administrative posts remain with the incumbents however David Neill was appointed as first team captain, Paul Johnson as second team captain and Alastair Neill as third team captain.
Subscriptions are to rise in line with the Committee proposal.
First Team Batting:Paul Nice
First Team Bowling:Ben Collins
First Team Player of the Year:Pat Grace
Second Team Batting:Keith Pagan
Second Team Bowling:Ben Keeley
Second Team Player of the Year:David Colins
Third Team Batting:Peter Goodsell
Third Team Bowling:Alvin Atkins
Third Team Player of the Year:Alvin Atkins
Young Player of the Year:Baillie Wright
Well Done All
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