Fernhurst Cricket Club News pages




21 Nov 2017 : AVIVA - Voting has closed

 


Dear ####firstname####,

A quick update on progress.

3,231 votes were cast in favour of Pavilion 2022.

A big thank you to each and everyone of you that voted and encouraged others to support the project.

As mentioned before this is just the first hurdle to AVIVA helping us. According to the website we will not find out for another 6 days 21 hours and 44 minutes.

Please let all those that you contacted know how we have done so far.

Thank you for your support.

Fernhurst CC on behalf of Pavilion 2022 Committee


15 Nov 2017 : Pavilion 2022 - Aviva Voting

Dear ##firstname##,

Great news, at the time of sending this update the project has accumulated 2413 votes but will it be enough to get it through to the AVIVA judging stage?

If you have voted marvelous and thank you. However did you send the last one to your friends and colleagues asking for them to help by voting? Just in case you didn't here is the website address and project name to search for, www.avivacommunityfund.co.uk and 'pavilion2022'.

If you have yet to vote, there is just 1 week left to do so.

Fernhurst CC


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13 Nov 2017 : Junior league awards tea
Junior league awards teaSome of the junior league winners and runner up squad members from the U11, 9 and 8's came to the Fernhurst Pavillion to collect their league medals on Sunday 12th November. Hosted by Junior section Manager Rob Unwin and team coaches Bill Gourlay and Mark Langridge it offered the opportuntiy to draw the curtain on the succesful 2017 junior season and for the children to meet up over a fantastic tea before the winter break. Medals were presented and league plaques held aloft by Louis Eden star turn for the U11's and Ollie Sutcliffe for the U9's in the absence of James Vigar who was on District duty. Our thanks goes out to all the parents who provided donations of cakes, sausage rolls and other treats which were devoured with gusto by both childern and parents alike! The Junior coaching team wish all FCC Juniors well for the winter break and look forward to seeing as many as possible at winter nets in January.

09 Nov 2017 : AGM 16th November 2017

 

 

Good afternoon.

We will be having our annual AGM on 16th November in the Pavilion at the green starting at 19.30.

All members are invited to come along, we are always looking for new members on the committee. I have attached the Agenda for the evening and the minutes from last years AGM,

 

Hope to see you there.

 

Mischa Allen

 


24 Oct 2017 : Vote here for a new pavilion
Vote here for a new pavilion

 

 

Please vote here as part of our fundraising campaign ...

https://www.avivacommunityfund.co.uk/voting/project/view/17-2546

 


18 Sep 2017 : Sunday XI Finish Season In Style
Sunday XI Finish Season In Style

The last match of the season witnessed Fernhurst's Sunday XI challenge Lodsworth the for the inaugural 30-30 Frostbite Trophy. After a wet week, the day was supported by glorious September sun creating conditions for a grandstand finish to the season.

Batting first Fernhurst spluttered, with opener Joe Unwin (again blaming a broken bat) bowled for 5 and Will Dyer (made to wear a helmet due to ginger hair) caught for 3. Chris Williams and Tim Freeman looked good but were out for 20 and 12 respectively. Coming in a 5, playing much to the fury of his wife (currently his wife) the skipper Westley rode his luck and smashed a nifty 85 ably supported by a Bill Gourlay big hitting 35 not out. Cameos from Jon Meier (7), Simon Vigar (5) and Sam Meier (2 not out) allowed Fernhurst to set an impressive 180 from the allotted 30 overs. Even the less mathematically astute could work out this was a run a ball.

The never routine but always high quality tea, provided by the dedicated and temporarily sober wives, provided a brief pause in the action.

Opening the bowling on a wet wicket, Joe Unwin and Sam Meier quickly found their range and the pressure was on as Lodsworth started slowly. However after Joe Unwin bowled the opener, Lodsworth's No 2 and 3 went to work quickly smashing 54 and 32 respectively.  A tight game was now on as the visitors began to match the required run rate.  A dramatic end to the season was afoot and heightened by the neighbour's bonfire bellowing smoke across the pitch.  Like a 1980s pop video, making full use of dry ice Rob Unwin came out of the smoke from the Mumbai Indian end and, bowling tightly, removed the dangerous Nos 2 and 3 with help of catches by Vigar both times. 

Rob Unwin and Mark Langridge's tight bowling and wickets slowed the rate down to a point where the batters had to attack everything. Enter Chris Williams, the pick of the bowlers, with figures of 4-17 as he tore through the tail-end.  Joe Unwin closed off the match and the season by bowling the last visitor, Lodsworth closing on 136. 


15 Sep 2017 : Tickets now available -
Tickets now available -

Let's Celebrate                   >   >   >   >

After a successful season it is time to think about celebrating the triumphs and share stories of bold daring do, etc.

Tickets are now on sale, available from Jon Meier at jonathan.meier@btinternet.com.

It is recommended you do not prevaricate as numbers are limited number due to space at the pavilion.

Do not be disappointed email Jon now.


10 Sep 2017 : Fernhurst 2nd X1 Champions of I'Anson Division 6!
Fernhurst 2nd X1 Champions of I'Anson Division 6!

At the first time of asking the 2nd X1 are champions of Division 6 in the I'Anson league winning 6 out of the 9 games played with one winning draw.

League secretary Gill Rooney presented skipper Jon Meier with the trophy at the green on Saturday.

Well done to all those who have played this season. 


21 Aug 2017 : Junior Awards Day 2017
Junior Awards Day 2017For all the pictures and winners, please go to the menu on the left and select 'Photo Gallery'.

20 Aug 2017 : Golden Meiers inspire Sunday XI to victory
Golden Meiers inspire Sunday XI to victory

A rare away fixture saw the Sunday XI travel to Graffham. Winning the toss, Graffham elected to bowl and put Fernhurst into bat on a wet and unpredictable wicket.

Spluttering along, most of the Fernhurst batsmen got themselves in but were undone by the slow and low nature of the bounce. This, combined with an outfield which gave up very few boundaries, was always going to result in a low scoring day. Williams, Freeman, Metcalf, Joe Unwin and Vigar all got into double figures but the top score of 27 by the skipper typified the nature of a low scoring day.  Shot of the day came from Joe Unwin with a towering 6 on the way to setting Graffham a target of 130 for victory.

The Graffham openers started solidly against a highly accurate opening attack of Sam Meier and Joe Unwin, giving up very few runs. But just as the openers looked to start building an impressive start, both were dismissed by Alistair Metcalf. Wickets continued to fall at a constant rate but the score kept pace with the required rate for victory;  the match was in the balance as Graffham's Tom Cready showed how to play the wicket. Wickets for both Sam and Jon Meier (making up for their family first - a pair of Golden Ducks) started to build pressure. This, combined with extremely tidy spells from Simon Vigar and Chris Williams completed an excellent bowling display with a wet ball - both got in on the wickets. Finishing with 10 men in the field after Jack Whittington had retired injured the match was wrapped by Metcalf with the final wicket - Graffham all out for 119. Bowler of the day - Alistair Metcalf.

Man of the match Simon Vigar - cameo tail wagging innings and his finest bowling display to date.