As Chairman of the Club, may I thank you for your interest and hope that you will spend some time looking at the site, and perhaps coming to see the Club play.
Saturday XI vs Old Woking. We won by 8 wickets.
Sunday XI vs Ripley. We lost by 43 runs.
Minutes and Treasurers Report from the AGM
Women and Girl’s news which you may have missed in December and over the New Year
Report from the nail biting Chairman’s XI fixture on Sunday.
You might have thought that a bunch of ageing Pears had seen their finest day, but Merrow were shown the biggest demolition job in their recent history.
NEXT MATCH – the Big One!
The Chairman’s XI vs The Pears.
Sunday 19th July
Family BBQ at the Club – Save Time & Money by buying tickets in advance.
An away loss, but a win in every other sense.
Beaten by a better side on the day the U9’s depart the knockout cup.
The big day was shrouded in clouds, but big on village rivalry……
A cricket club that was born in 1737, and made famous for being the first club to decide that a middle stump was worthy of adding to leg and off to make the three stump wicket we know today.