Sawston Cricket Club
Welcome to www.sawston.play-cricket.com the on line home of Sawston CC
Although the Rams, Sawston Cricket Club, have been established since 1853 we consider ourselves to be a young and progressive Club.
We welcome new members to join our Junior and Senior sections. We field teams from under-10s through to under-15's and six senior sides. Adults play league cricket on Saturdays and Wednesday evenings. Friendlies and cup matches are played on Sundays. So whatever your personal standard we can find a team to match to your ability.
We have an active social scene with most activities based around our new pavilion and bar.
As well as new players we are always on the look out for volunteers and social members.
You can find details about the Club, its fixtures and results (plus the occasional light-hearted match report) and Club news by clicking on the appropriate tab at the top of the page.
If you are involved with the Club then you can also join us on line and gain full access to all areas of the website. To apply just click on sign up / sign in at the top right of the page. In order for your membership to be accepted it needs to be seconded by an officer of the Club.
Latest News :
The first team returned to winning ways on Saturday when they defeated Warboys by 80 runs. New boys Amit Gupta and Ali Russell both hit half centuries as Sawston totalled 213 for 4. Warboys offered more stubborn resistance than was seen at Spicers, but four wickets for Sam and braces for Pledge and Henners saw us to another 25 point victory. There was more good news later as Goddy and Ramsey drew and Wisbech lost at home to Waresley. Its all very tight at the top.
The 2nds won an excellent contest when they defeated Balsham by 23 runs in the game between the top two in Division 1s. Sawston totalled 222 for 5, thanks mainly to Skipper Griggos's century. Despite some excellent batting from Squire and Gard the visitors finished just short at 199 all out. Some excellent bowling from Jenko and Salar, before the skipper chipped in proved the difference.
The 3rd's depite excellent spells from Bingo and McCormick fell at Harlton where the only other highlights was the tea and the ale in the local.
Presidents Pint – Despite many excellent performances in the Charity Day game (see facebook link for match report) , and maiden half centuries for Guppy and Ali, there could only be one winner this week. Griggos, with his maiden century for the Club is a deserving winner.
Club Shop : The Club's new on line shop provided by Serious Cricket can now be accessed by clicking the link on the Club Shop tab.
For those of you who didn't make it to the AGM you can see who won the 2013 Awards by going to the Award Winners tab in the Members Section.
Are you on the Club's wall of fame (see Statistics) or on the legends board)
Under the Community tab there is a Calendar, Photo Gallery and News pages.
You can also click on the Facebook icon to enter the Club's Facebook page.
Don't forget to sign in and update your contact details.