Wednesday, 26 July 2017

U13 team to play Barnard Castle 27th July

Team as follows:

U13 vs Barnard Castle cup game Thursday 27th
Home @ the School Ground 6.00 start to be there for 5.45

B Dale
J Baines ( C )
A Percival
K York
C Stephenson ( W )
H Shepherd
P Carlton
J Syddall
W Mawer
A Nimmo




U13 match v Sedgefield, report

From Lee:

A much improved performance we won by 10 runs

Sedgefield batted first and made 85 for 5 net 264 A Percival taking 2 wickets for just 2 runs from this 2 overs

Richmond made 101 for 4 net 274 B Dale 29, H Mcfarlane 22

Well done good team performance


Monday, 24 July 2017

The Under 9s bring home the Phil Fisher Cup to Richmondshire!


The Hambleton League’s Phil Fisher Cup - Under 9s Finals Day
With our Under 9s having won the north section league last week, they progressed to the finals day on Sunday.  Initially, two semi-finals involved the 4 teams who had finished in the top two positions in their respective leagues.  The winning teams then met in the final to decide who won the Phil Fisher Cup – the ultimate in under 9 silverware!

Richmondshire 296-1 (291 net) beat Thirsk 241-10 (191 net) by 100 runs!
Our match report from the semi-final against Thirsk is brought to you by James Cox.

Thirsk won the toss and chose to bowl first.

Richmondshire got off to a defensive start with Isaac Bottomley and Raam Raj only scoring one run between them. Our loyal supporters thought we would be going home early!  However, our second pair Eddy Player and James Cox really got us going. Eddy scoring a very pleasing 15 runs and James backing him up with 3. We were all very proud of Eddy’s performance as an injury after training on Friday could have stopped him playing.

Our third pair Max Percival and Tom Bromirskyj carried on the run scoring with 7 between them. They have been a solid pairing this season.  Our final pair Joseph White and Jack Platt added to the brilliance of the batting from Richmondshire. Joseph showed another strong performance and got a whopping 16 runs.  Jack and Joseph have enjoyed themselves at the crease this season. Jack Platt scored a decent amount of 9 runs securing our total of 291.

Richmondshire were very determined in the field, desperate to put everything we learnt in training into good use. We took 10 wickets from them. Our supporters were ecstatic, and even Mike smiled!! Thirsk didn’t stand a chance against our fast bowlers with a couple of near miss injuries taking place. This match was a very balanced performance with excellent fielding, bowling and batting shown. We then had to watch and wait to see who we would face in the final…

Phil Fisher Cup Final
Richmondshire 276-6 (246 net) beat North Stainley 279-7 (244 net) by 2 runs!
Our match report from the final is brought to you by Edward Player.

North Stainley won the toss and chose to field first.
First the usual batting pair of Raam and Issac got us off to a steady start with 20 runs off the first four overs without the loss of a wicket.  Issac with 6 runs and Raam with 4, made up of one boundary each and creating a brilliant lead for the second pair.
Edward and James came up against some good bowling from North Stainley but battled well and added 7 runs to the total. Unfortunately, they conceded a wicket but there was still solid defensive batting from the pair that really has got going this season.
The next two batters, Tom and Max, had a good innings and put another 12 runs to the total, just losing 2 wickets.  As well as hitting a boundary, they were up against a few good bowlers but still managed to hit 4 (Tom) and 8 (Max).
Joseph with 14 runs and Jack with 7, finished off the innings with some good shots. The pair hit 21 losing 3 wickets but got a good boundary that went for a 4 from Joseph. The pair have been brilliant this season with their batting at the crease.
It was now Richmondshire's turn to field, defending a score of 246 and then the drama really started....
Raam was first to bowl and created very few opportunities for North Stainley to score a high number of runs.  Then, the wicket taking began!  First was Joseph, then Edward.  Issac followed his own advice by getting another.  James' solid bowling continued the run of wickets nicely.  Next Tom ran out North Stainley's famous slogger (Kitty) in a stroke of genius.  Jack with some tremendous bowling got the team yet another one.
With North Stainley needing 10 runs to win, all the tension rested on Max's shoulders as he took the final over. One of the fastest bowlers in the world, he didn't disappoint, leaving North Stainley needing 4 runs off the last ball. Max held his nerve and with some calm fielding only 1 run was scored.
Richmondshire took the trophy and the glory! (Most spectators just took a huge sigh of relief!)
Well done Richmondshire, a much deserved win and a fantastic end to a dream season!

Under 11 match report

From Darren

Richmondshire CC V Sedgefield CC Cup Match

Richmondshire 251 for 4 (net 231)  Sedgefield 266 for 6 (net236) Sedgefield win by 5 runs.

A really exciting game right down to the last ball, our batting is improving and we even had 3 regular team members away so great effort by all including Jack Van Niekirk withh his debut.

Well done!

MYSD v MCC Tuesday 25th July

On Tuesday there is a match at the club, it starts at 1.00 pm, should be some good cricket. Sorry but the only team information I have is that Jess Kelly is the scorer for NYSD.

Sunday, 23 July 2017

U13 team to play Sedgefield Tues 25 July

U13 vs sedgefield away Tuesday 25th
6.00 start to be there for 5.45

B Dale
J Baines ( c )
A Percival
J Bowler Jones
K York
J Carruthers
H Mcfarlane
C Stephenson ( w )
H Shepherd
P Carlton

Cheers

Lee

Sent from my iPad

Thursday, 20 July 2017

U13 Cup result v Darlington

A disappointing display resulted in a 51 run loss

Batting first Darlington made 75 for 3 netting 251


In reply Richmond made 96 for 12 netting 200

Wednesday, 19 July 2017

Training Friday 21st and Friday 28th july, matches at club again

There are matches at the club on both these Fridays, U17 on 21st and O40 on 28th, so soft ball training will again be relocated to Richmond School.

Apologies for the inconvenience, which is partly due to a backlog of midweek cup fixtures as a result of wet midweek evenings and partly due to the continued success of our U17 team in cup competitions.

Sunday, 16 July 2017

Under 11 Match Report

From Darren,

Richmondshire c c (248-0) 248 net Darlington c c (262 - 6) 232 net Richmondshire win by 16 runs


After losing our league game to Darlington by 2 runs this was always going to be an edgy game

After winning the toss we elected to bowl taking six wickets with some great bowling and responsive fielding from all.


Batting was always going to be about defending a lead and playing to protect and value our wicket which we did with excellent character also loosing no wickets a first this season, well done!

Richmondshire Cricket Club Newsletter July 2017

You can view the latest newsletter here: RCC Newsletter July 2017

Team for U13 cup match v Darlington

Richmond u13 vs Darlington u13 cup game
At home the main ground to be there for 5.45. Game starts at 6.00

T Ward ( w )
B Dale
J Baines ( c )
A Potter
J Bowler Jones
A Percival
K York
H Mcfarlane
H Shepherd

P Carlton

Cup means pairs format, Lee didn't give me the date of this game, but I think it is Thursday

Saturday, 15 July 2017

U9s Win the League!


Richmondshire (286-1) 281 net beat North Stainley (294-3) 279 net by only 2 runs!!!

Match Report brought to you by our reporter for the day, Joseph White
Photograph kindly provided by Sarah Cox Photography

North Stainley won the toss and chose to field first.

The first pair of Issac Bottomley and Raam Raj got us going with 16 off their 4 overs.  The highlight for the fans, players, scorer and manager was Raam’s sweep to backward square leg for 4 runs.  A solid bit of defensive batting from our second pair kept the score moving without losing any wickets.  James Cox and Eddy Player have really got going together this season and have become an excellent partnership!

Max Percival (13) and Tom Bromirskyj(6) got going and moved the score on by another 32 runs. This included 4 boundaries, without losing a wicket.  The final pair of Joseph White and Jack Platt have enjoyed each others’ company at the crease this season. Another solid performance added 23 further runs (including 3 boundary shots) taking the final score up to a competitive 281, with only a single wicket being lost throughout the innings.

Then Richmond were bowling and it was North Stainley’s turn to bat. The boys were aware of their slogger (named Kitty) and set the field back for her when she came in, in their third pair.
Tom bowled very well in the first over to give everyone that hope that we could win, conceding only 2 runs as well as a well fielded run out.

With the score moving along slowly, Max’s bowling got us yet another run out in the eighth over only conceding 3 runs with some typically miserly bowling.

With two overs to go, North Stainley required 11 runs to win.  Enter Jack Platt.  Accurate bowling limited the batters to only 5 singles and then Jack brought the ball across the batter to take out her off-stump! This wicket motivated our team and encouraged us all and made us all the more determined (especially the parents and Mrs Cox) to win the game and the league!

In the last over you could feel the tension in the air and everyone had their hearts in their mouths. Up stepped Max Percival to bowl our last over, knowing they still needed 11 runs to win.  Accurate bowling and good running meant that 4 runs were required from the final ball.  It was silent as Max ran up and bowled. The batter could only manage a short tap to get a single. With the field set back, Max fielded off his own bowling and when he was told to hold the ball, he slipped over! Then, the boys all piled on Max and shook the opposition’s hands. When everyone had shaken hands, we posed for a photograph and celebrated!

What a great game – a two run victory!  Next time we play together we will be at the finals day and we hope to be bringing the trophy home to Richmond!!!

U13 Match Report

From Lee York:

U13 vs Sedgefield

We won the toss and decided to field against a very good Sedgefield side

Keeping them to 116 for 1 with everyone getting a bowl and bowling well

In reply we made 71 for 7 losing by 45 runs


I would like to say well done to everyone on our hard work in the field 

Thursday, 13 July 2017

U13 Match Report v Darlington

From Lee York:

After losing the toss we were put into field.

Darlington made only 108 for 3 off there 20 overs after our good fielding and great bowling

We got there with an over and 2 balls left for the loss of 3 wickets T Ward 33 ( retired ) B Dale 30 ( Retired ) inc a big six


Well done to everyone as you all played your part.


Training Friday 14th July

There will be games taking place at both the club and the school. The under 17s will be playing at the club and the under 13s at the school.

Hard ball training will be at the club, in and around the nets.

Soft ball training will be the school, there is plenty of space for training and the match to take place, we will just have to keep away from the boundary.

Tuesday, 11 July 2017

Wednesday 12th July – Hambleton Lge - Plate Game
Sessay U13 Vs Richmond U13 - 6.15pm for a 6.30pm Start.
Location :-  Sessay Cricket Club, Sessay Village, Thirsk YO7 3NQ
Team Sheet
Patrick Carlton (C)
Angus Potter
Henry Bushell
Alex Pinkney (K)
William Mawer
William Newson
Henry Banks
Zak Cleminson
William Arnold
Gabriel Stewart

Toby Broderick

Wednesday, 5 July 2017

Training Friday 7th and Friday 14th July, soft ball is at school

On both these nights there are matches at the main ground. AllStars and other soft ball training will therefore be moved to the Richmond School playing field.

Hard ball training will remain at the main ground.