Welcome to the website of Bar Hill Cricket Club.
Fred Styles Memorial
The Fred Styles Memorial day will take place on Sunday 29th July. There is a new format this year. Firstly, the youth players will take on their parents and coaches. This will be followed by a T20 match involving players from both the cricket club and the social club.
There will be a Race Night evening at the Social Club on Saturday 11th August from 7.30pm to raise funds for the cricket and football clubs. Please come along and place some bets, or sponsor a race. All welcome and no entry fee.
Youth training takes place every Wednesday at 6pm on the Village Green. Cost is £25 per child for the 2018 season. For more information, please contact David Allsopp, Youth Team Co-ordinator.
New Players Required
Bar Hill Cricket Club currently has an adult Saturday league team competing in the CCA Junior League and a Midweek team competing in the CBHL The club also arranges several friendly matches each season. We always welcome new players of any ability. For more information or to join, please email: email@example.com
Saturday 14th July 2018 - Milton v Bar Hill - Scorecard
Bar Hill were asked to bat on their visit to Milton, and put together their strongest batting performance of the season, scoring 164 all out in 39.4 overs. Peter Stockton scored 39, sharing a partnership of 77 with Paul Stimpson (19). James Barclay scored 38, 37 of that in a 46 run partnership with Tom Page (6no). The match was close throughout Milton's innings. Jim Neal, bowling economically, removed 3 batsman and ended with figures of 3-23 in 8 overs. Tom Page took 2-33 off his 8 overs. Milton were ahead of the run rate from the half-way point and accelerated after the 24th over, totalling 165-7 in 36.2 overs.
Saturday 30th June 2018 - Bar Hill v Newton - Scorecard
Bar Hill won the toss and chose to field against Newton. Wickets fell at regular intervals as Newton totalled 254-8 off their 40 overs. 3 Bar Hill bowlers took 2 wickets apiece - Phil Orvis (2-13), Scott Underhay (2-37) and James Barclay (2-43). In reply, Bar Hill suffered a major batting collapse, totalling just 14 all out off 9.5 overs.
Wednesday 27th June 2018 - Waterbeach v Bar Hill - Scorecard
Bar Hill won for the first time this season. Batting first, they posted 98-5. Scott Underhay top scored with 24 not out, supported by Danny Carminati (14) and Phil Orvis (12no). Waterbeach struggled to score off the Bar Hill bowlers and could only manage 61-8 their 15 overs. Nathan Dean (2-10) and Jack Colding (2-12) took two wickets each.
Tuesday 19th June 2018 - Royal Society of Chemistry v Bar Hill - Scorecard
Bar Hill took on RSC in their second midweek match of the season. Bar Hill batted first, posting 95-6. Ash Curry scored 25 not out and Jake Curry scored 18. RSC quickly reached 96-1 in 9.5 overs with Peter Stockton taking the only wicket.
Saturday 9th June 2018 - Newton v Bar Hill - Scorecard
Bar Hill visited Newton at their picturesque ground, with a large herd of bovine spectators. Bar Hill won the toss and chose to field. Newton raced to 333-1, with one of their opening batsmen hitting 197 not out. Despite a lot of hard work in the field with only 10 men (well 9 men and 1 woman!), wickets were hard to come by. Luke Barber took the only Bar Hill wicket, with Jake Curry claiming the catch. In reply, Peter Stockton (16) and Paul Stimpson (18) gave Bar Hill a steady start. Phil Orvis scored a determined 52 not out (Bar Hill's first 50 of the season), sharing partnerships with 7 other players, and was instrumental in Bar Hill batting out their full 40 overs for a total of 112-8.
Saturday 2nd June 2018 - Histon III v Bar Hill - Scorecard
Bar Hill took the short journey along the A14 to play Histon. Histon won the toss and asked Bar Hill to bat. Bar Hill posted 122-10. Jodds Barber top scored with 25, closely followed by Sam Clare with 23. Scott Underhay (15) and Tom Page (12) added a valuable 30 for the 9th wicket. Histon III were ahead of required run rate until Sam Clare came on to bowl - 8 overs for just 9 runs and 2 wickets taken certainly slowed Histon down. Phil Orvis and Luke Barber took a wicket each, but Histon triumphed, reaching 125-4 in 28 overs.
The club website will be a "work in progress" for a while until all the content is transferred from the old site, especially in respect of the archives. If you find any broken links or cannot find something you need please contact Simon Smith.
|19/5||Def.||Camb. St Giles III||A|
|11/8||---||Camb. St Giles III||H|
|19/6||Lost||Royal Soc. Chem.||A|
|3/6||Postp.||Fred Styles Trophy||H|
|29/7||---||Fred Styles Trophy||H|