Welcome to the website of Bar Hill Cricket Club.
End of Season Awards Ceremony
Saturday 10th September at The Hallmark Hotel, Bar Hill
Arrive 7pm to start at 7.30pm
Hot buffet from 8pm
Raffle, Quiz & games!
Adult: £10 Child: £5
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to buy tickets and/or if you have any food allergies.
Rubber Duck Race
River Cam @ Newnham (in front of Cambridge Canoe Club)
Saturday 17th September 2016, Starting at 12pm
Tickets are on sale now for £2 each!
1st prize - £50 / 2nd prize - £25 / 3rd prize - £10
T's & C's apply For more information, contact Krystie at email@example.com
BHCC 30th Birthday Party
Bar Hill Cricket Club will be celebrating its 30th anniversary with an event at Bar Hill Social Club on Sunday 18th September. More details will follow.
Due to work commitments I am struggling to record the stats and update this website on a regular basis. If anyone is interested in taking over the content management of the website please contact Simon Smith. No web management experience is required apart from a basic understanding of computers, attention to detail and a couple of hours spare (maximum) a week during the season.
Cambridge St Giles III vs Bar Hill - CCA League
Bar Hill won the toss and chose to field. Bar Hill took 4 early wickets, including a great catch by 13-year-old Jordan Howse (who had been permitted to field by St Giles, as BHCC only had 10 players). The St Giles 5th wicket pairing put on 78 before Bar Hill took a further 4 wickets. Sam Wilson was the pick of the bowlers with 4-24 off 10 overs, with the other 4 bowlers taking a wicket each. St Giles amassed a total of 165-8 in 40 overs. Bar Hill lost 3 early wickets before Tom Yewbrey (26), Chris Howse (43 off 28 balls) and Sam Wilson (16) made the target seem achievable. Despite Bar Hill's best efforts, the last 5 wickets fell for the addition of just 7 runs, leaving Bar Hill short at 123 all out.
Bar Hill vs Histon III - CCA League
Histon were again put in to bat and reached a total of 214-5 in their 40 overs. Adam Dean was the most economical of the bowlers taking 1-20 in his 10 overs. Jack Colding took 2 wickets in his 7 overs and Maail Afaal took a wicket on debut. Bar Hill knocked off the required runs at a reasonable pace, reaching 215-4 in 35.3 overs. Adam Dean (64) and Tom Yewbrey (59 not out) both scored half-centuries. Sam Wilson (29 not out) and Phil Orvis (24) were the other major contributors in the run chase.
Histon III vs Bar Hill - CCA League
Bar Hill won the toss and chose to field. Bar Hill regularly took wickets as Histon set a target of 168-6. Phil Orvis took 2-18, Nathan Dean 2-39, with one wicket each for Adam Dean and Sam Wilson. Tom Page took 3 catches. In reply, Bar Hill made a strong start with Paul Stimpson scoring 40. However, the only other batsman to reach double figures was David Underhay with 28 not out (a personal best). Bar Hill ended their 40 overs on 134-9
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.
|7/5||Lost||Cambridge St Giles III||H|
|11/6||Lost||St Ives Town III||A|
|19/6||Lost||Cherry Hinton (Wlkr Cup)||H|
|23/7||Tie||St Ives Town III||H|
|13/8||Lost||Cambridge St Giles III||A|