All posts by John Callcut

This Week’s Results

1st XI vs. Chaldon MO – Lost,

2nd XI vs. Claygate – Won,

Sunday XI vs. The Bushmen – Won,

Under 13s vs. Oxted & Limpsfield (Cup) – Lost,

Under 14s vs Crawley Down (Cup)- Won,

Under 14s vs. Lingfield – Lost,

Under 11s vs. Sanderstead (Cup) – ,

Under 9s vs. Merstham (Cup) – Lost


Overseas Player for 2019

We are pleased to announce that our overseas player for this season will be Tyler Ridder. He is from South Africa and is a Level 3 coach. He is a top order batsman and off-spinner and he arrived on the 2nd May. Many thanks to Corinna and Iain Osborne-Patterson who have agreed to provide accommodation.

ICC World Cup Competition

We have registered with the ECB as a Cricket World Cup Club. There will be lots of events coming up at the club so keep a watch out for future news. This entitled us to submit a grant application for £1,000.

We are!!

Centurion Club – May Draw

The May draw has taken place and the lucky winners are:

Robyn Crawford (90) – £85.00, Mike Deloford (82) – £43.00, Marion Hales (94) – £26.00 and Neil Clark (06) – £21.00.

Want a chance to win a cash prize and raise money for the club? Then join the Centurion Club. Contact Bill Turner on 01737 240329 or

DBS Verifier

Our DBS Verifier is Pierre Tartari. If you need a DBS or need to renew, then simply contact Pierre on 01306 887235 or the He will just need your full name, date of birth and e-mail address and he will set the process in motion.


We originally gained our accreditation in 2007. Following a detailed inspection on the 17th May 2010 the club again passed with flying colours. Three years later our paperwork was approved by the ECB in February 2013 and we had an inspection on the 8th July 2013 which we again passed. The system has now gone on-line and there has been a lengthy consultation period and as a result we were not inspected in 2016. Our documentation for re-accreditation was submitted to the ECB and gained approval. The club was inspected on the 19th May 2017 and our Clubmark status was improved for the next three years.