Wizzy news 16 May 2018

Hi everyone
Welcome to this week’s Wizzy news
Congratulations to the organisers of the RunWisborough Fun run on Sunday – a great day out thoroughly enjoyed by all. Thanks to everyone for their fantastic support along the route and behind the scenes .  If you would like to see some pics of the event and order some photos please click here and select ‘photos’ . All proceeds go to the development of the Pav so please don’t hold back !

Welcome message from our Chairman

Please click here for a welcome message from our Chairman Steve Calder -Smith

Gooday Mark Day

As we announced last week Mark Day has joined from ‘down under’ for the season. In the short time he has been here Mark has settled in incredibly well and has spent a lot of time helping to prepare the Green and has assisted with Colts coaching. Its a pleasure having you on board Mark and we hope you enjoy your time with us. Please click here for a few words from Mark.

Music video of the week 

Last week we introduced a new feature to Wizzy News – a music video of the week. Following the disappointment of last weekend, this week’s clip virtually picked itself – dedicated to the First and Second teams : Click here – (thank you to Peter Mattock for your input )

Honours boards for the week

Congratulations to all the players who made it onto the Honours board this week. Great to have some of our younger Colts featuring for the first time. 

Matches over the weekend 

The First X1 game vs Barnes Green was sadly rained off

Seconds vs Stirlands

Team pic before the game – Back from left : Tarnie Dixon, Steve Calder Smith, Nick Klein, Nick Scott Payne (Capt) , Joey Calder Smith, Chris Francis . Front from left : Stuart Rainford, Josh Dixon, Martin Hopkins, Jack Carter, Tom Colbran Headlines from the game 
  • Seconds cruely denied victory after rain sets in
  • Stirlands skittled out for 53
  • Nick Klein in sparkling form with devastating spell of quick bowling ending up with 4 for 6 off 7 overs
  • Not to be outdone Capt Nick Scott Payne  bags a hattrick and ends with 3 for 9 off 5 
  • Martin Hopkins finishes off the innings with 2 scalps 
  • Green notch up 10 in 5 overs before rain stops play
  • Game abandoned with 35 overs to play, 9 wickets remaining and only 44 runs to get
  • Capt Scott Payne full of praise for positive team performance  
Click here for the full scorecard

Under 12’s vs West Chiltington 

Exciting finish ends in narrow defeat for the U12s against strong West Chiltington side WG U12s were honoured to play their first cricket match of the season on the hallowed turf of the Green. The conditions were perfect and there was much excitement and optimism in the air, fresh from last weeks’ victory. WG batted first, the openers Oscar Warmington and Ran Dawson protected their wickets well against some accurate bowling whilst dispatching the bad balls to the boundary: Oscar deservedly retired at 30, Ran was out for a good 21. Will Dixon then came in and scored 29 not out and was ably supported by Fraser Ayers (4 not out). After 20 overs WG ended up with a solid 112-2. Despite wickets from Ran Dawson, Oscar Warmington and Fraser Ayers, the scoreboard was ticking over helped by a steady stream of wides and no balls. Fraser Williams was brave and agile in equal measure behind the stumps. The team looked keen and alert in the field and Oscar managed a sensational run out with a direct hit from 20 yards out. Credit should also be given to Harry Hunter, Kit Witheridge, Nicholas Von Schoenberg, Tom Bonney, Seb Wilbaut and Toby Nicholls for their prowess with the ball and commitment in the field. However despite a creditable bowling and fielding performance led by the Captain Harry the extras got the better of us and West Chiltington sneaked to victory after 18 overs with 113-4. An exciting close contest where small margins made the difference. Well done to everyone in the U12 team. click here for the full scorecard

Under 5/6/7 training on the Green 

The under 5/6/7  had a big group of nearly 30 children on the Green on Friday evening.  The coaches were grateful for the help from a lot of the parents who are always welcome to join in the sessions.
Some good performances from everyone who attended – most notably Harry Maggs with some great bowling and Matilda Rashbrooke in the under 5s for some fantastic batting. It was Matilda’s first ever attempt at cricket which made it even more special. Well done to Harry and Matilda – good to see your names on the Honours board this week. 
We are looking forward to seeing everybody again on the Green on Friday from 6-7 . 

Matches this weekend 

Both our senior teams will be in action this Saturdayplease click here for match details and team selections . Click here for fixtures for all age groups this weekend

Date for your diary

Please don’t forget that this Saturday is a rather special day – not only because there will be cricket on the Green . Please come along from 11am onwards .

Other non cricketing news

Come across anything interesting  ? Please send in your pics – email wisboroughgreencc@gmail.com
This week we shine a light on social media.
Teenagers – its not only your generation who had social media . Feast your eyes on the ‘ social media platform’ your parents no doubt  grew up with ( and survived … )  
And this is how you were ‘blocked’ from using social media in the 80’s and 90’s. 

How on earth does anything actually ever get done nowadays ?? 

That’s it for this week
If there is anything we need to know, you know where to find us.
Have a great cricketing week