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Match Reports - 16th August


Bells Yew Green I 195 Robertsbridge I 128

Robertsbridge skipper Paul Nice won the toss and asked BYG to bat on a green wicket. Things started well as openers Alex Collins(12-2-36-0) and Cameron Christie(7-3-17-1) bowled tightly. Further wickets fell steadily thanks to innovative fields, some sharp catching and  tight bowling from Stephen Ramsden(18-7-36-6) and the home team found themselves on 95-6. The tail added some very useful runs thanks to a brilliant 49 from John Elms and a supportive 36 from Dan McInerney. Robertsbridge's reply got off to a terrible start as they lost the early wickets of Peter Savage(8), Neil Priddy(1) and Adam Neill (4). The only time the score looked within reach was when Sam Collins and Paul Nice offered some resilience as they added 36 for the 4th wicket. However the innings stuttered thanks to good bowling from Henry Smith (9-5-12-3) and the introduction of Gary Stevens (5-1-25-5) saw the Robertsbridge tail collapse as they all tried to hit the ball out of the ground. Robertsbridge saw themselves bowled out for 128 with only 4 batsmen making double figures, and one of those was the number 10. Next week the 1sts play Ringmer at home.

Robertsbridge II 166-1 Battle II 164-7

Robertsbridge skipper Keith Pagan won another crucial toss and inserted Battle in bowler friendly conditions. With plenty of swing on offer the Battle openers Phil Harrod (20) and Laurnece Flint (48) worked hard to put on 86 for the opening wicket. However when Rob Geaney (17-4-51-5) made the breakthrough wickets began to fall in a cluster and Battle quickly found themselves 96-3, undoing the good work of the openers. Despite Tony Boardman (25) steadying the innings Battle were only able to post 164. By the time Robertsbridge came to bat the sun had dried the pitch into a batsmen's paradise, Keith Pagan (64no) and Martin Simms(83) took full advantage with a swashbuckling opening stand of 150. Simms was the only wicket to fall, stumped for 83 and Robertsbridge completed a 9 wicket win with nearly 20 overs to spare.

Robertsbridge III v Glynde and Beddingham IV

Glynde conceded.

About Us.

Robertsbridge C.C. is a small, yet ambitious East Sussex-based cricket club. We have three Saturday league teams playing in Divisions 2, 7 and 11 of the East Sussex Cricket League and one Sunday friendly team. We also have a very active junior coaching scene and two colts' teams! 

We play at The Clappers (pictured below), which is a beautifully picturesque place to spend a day playing or watching cricket. We believe cricket is more than a game for those playing it. It's a great way of making friends and building community. Families are always welcome and there is a children's play park 30 seconds walk from the pavilion steps.

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