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Match Reports

Robertsbridge I 

The match at Laughton was cancelled as the ground was unsafe. 

Robertsbridge II 252-5 Hellingly III 231-8

Robertbridge was back to its' free scoring best on Saturday and skipper Paul Johnson opted to bat after winning the toss. Johnson(84) was backed by his team as he put on 103 with Paul Nice(54) and 76 with Josh Goodsell(52no). Danny De Oliveira(5-0-27-2) did manage to snaffle a couple of wickets as the home team chased more runs but a target of over 250 is a good one to set. Hellingly's reply was kept in check as Ben Lingard(9-2-58-3) took early wickets backed by the control of Lewis Chapman(9-1-29-1) at the other end. Kaylan Oruganti(80) gave his side a chance until he was caught by Johnson from the bowling of Harry Wills(9-0-44-1). The lower order tried to get close but catches were held and they ended 21 runs short.

Rye III 343-5 Robertsbridge III 154

This game was played at Northiam with both Captains wanting to bat first on a flat looking track. Rye won the toss so Robertsbridge took to the field. John Mackenzie(153) was soon into his stride and went on to hit fifteen fours and ten sixes as he made the most of the conditions and being dropped when on only 10. Catches may well not win matches but they went along way to shaping this one. When Mackenzie retired it did allow Robertsbridge to take a few wickets but at the other end Martin Duffield(108no) helped himself to a steady century of his own-which even included some quick singles! Having spent a great deal of time retreiving the ball from the boundary the Robertsbridge team set about the run chase and at times found runs equally easy to come by with Antony Bryant(40) and Grant Cooper(42) to the fore. David Goddard(9-0-25-4) was the only bowler who was able to maintain some control on the day and he made sure any slim chance was not to be. Young Toby Channon(3.3-0-26-3) recovered well from a bad first over to remove the equally young Robertsbridge tail and finish the game in the 31st over.

Fixtures and membership 2018

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We have introduced a new family membership which may be good for both playing members with children and social members with children. Click here for details

Junior Coaching 2018

Weather permitting we will be starting our Summer Coaching Programme on Monday April 23rd at the Cricket Ground. The sessions will cover all ages from 5 to 13 with the younger ages (5/6) running from 6.30-7.30 and the older ages from 6.30-8pm. The sessions will run every Monday for 10 weeks excluding the two bank holidays.

Robertsbridge Fantasy League 2018

Sign up to the Robertsbridge Fantasy League! It's free to join - click here to find out how your team is getting on; make your weekly transfers and find out who's going strong in the league tables. 


We are running the ECB All Stars programme again this year on Saturday mornings from May 19th. The programme is aimed at all players from 5-8 years old and gives players a fun introduction to cricket with the focus on working with parents and carers too. Please contact me if you need any more information but you need to register at

Annual Membership

  • £50 - Adults
  • £25 - Unemployed & Students
  • £15 - U16 & Social Members

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