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Thanks to the Salehurst and Robertsbridge Parish Council and the Sussex Playing Fields Association for their grants towards the roller which will be in use soon. Any funding sources or money will make a huge difference to our club.

If you know of any potential donors or funding sources, please let us know!

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Match Reports - 21st June


Robertsbridge I 123-0 Crowborough 122

Robertsbridge finally got back to winning ways for the first time in over a month against bottom of the league Crowborough this week. Stand in captain Adam Neill won the toss and asked Crowborough to bat on a damp ground. They wasted no time in taking the first two wickets as openers Priddy (9-3-21-2) and Goodsell (5-1-18-1) reduced the opposition to 19-2. Crowborough pushed on and looked slightly more comfortable on 49-2 before the introduction of Geaney (8-3-30-6) who bowled a quite wonderful spell of spin bowling reduced them to 54-6. Crowborough opener Easton (60) who was still on 5 at this point, saw the need to push on and opened his shoulders and managed to drag his team to 122 all out from 26 overs with only two batsmen reaching double figures and 6 ducks. Despite having 67 overs in which to reach their target, Robertsbridge openers Savage (37 not out) and Priddy (67 not out) showed no desire to hang about as they rushed to their target in 18 overs, with the winning runs being a six from Priddy back over the bowlers head. Next week the first team face Newhaven at home.

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Crowborough conceded

Seaford IV 174-9 Robertsbridge III 178-9

Seaford won the toss and elected to put Robertsbridge into bat. Paul Brett(48) and Harry Mayhew(20) made a steady start against the tight bowling of Ben Harvey(9-2-30-1) and Steve Hearsay(10-0-32-2). Further contributions from Dean Chapman(25), Lewis Chapman(21) and Ed Flint(21) enabled a score of 178-9 to be posted from the full 50 overs. It was also a steady start for Seaford against Lewis Chapman(12-5-20-2) and the game was evenly poised when Seaford lost their 5th wicket in the 24th over with 83 on the board. Ed Flint(8-0-39-3) and Allan Hughes(13-1-51-3) kept up the pressure from the bowling side and Barney Pullinger(30) and Martin Edmunds(30) pushed their side to the position of needing 12 from the last over and six from the last ball but it was not to be and the game was drawn. 

A Little Bit About Us...

Founded in 1887, Robertsbridge C.C. is a small, yet ambitious East Sussex-based cricket club. We have three Saturday league teams and one Sunday friendly team. Our 1st XI are in Division 2, the 2nd XI, Division 6 and 3rd XI Division 11 of the East Sussex Cricket League. We also have a very active junior coaching scene and two colts' teams! 

Robertsbridge C.C. is a great village club with a warm and welcoming atmosphere! Our home ground, The Clappers (pictured below), is a beautifully picturesque place to spend a day playing/watching cricket. Our club motto is "Cricket in the Community." At RCC we believe cricket is more than a game for those playing it. It's a great way of making friends, enacting change and building community. Families are always welcome (if not encouraged) at the Clappers!

We're always keen to attract new players so if you're interested in joining the club the please visit our website, call or email us at the contact options below! We look forward to hearing from you or even better - seeing you at the ground next weekend!

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THIS WEEK AT RCC


KIT SALE NOW ON!

Playing Shirts £15 (Save £3.99 on P&P!)

Playing Caps £10 (Save £3.99 on P&P!)

Playing Sweaters £20 (Save £3.99 on P&P!)

Offers not available online. Please speak to a Committee Member, Captain or Coach for full details...


Youth Coaching (up to 13yrs): 

Mondays 6.30pm - 8pm

(Running until mid-July. Exc. Bank Holidays)


Club Nets (14 - 94 years)

Wednesdays 6.30pm onwards


NEW FACES 
ALWAYS WELCOME!

Club Membership

  • £40 - Adults
  • £20 - Unemployed & Students
  • £10 - U16 & Social Members

Membership forms can be downloaded here.

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