Bashley 2s v Trojans – Sat 29 August – match report

Trojans 57 all out Bashley (Rydal) II 58 for 4 The youngest ever Bashley second team travelled to Trojans containing six teenagers and two twenty year olds and returned with a 20 point victory to set them up nicely for their final league match of the season still at the top of

Brian Pardey

It is with a heavy heart that we have to say that Brian Pardey recently passed away. He was an important and loyal member of the club, having been involved from the early years of the club's formation. Firstly as a player and then a well respected League Umpire. During

Bashley 2s v Fawley – 22 August 2020 – match report

Fawley 159/9 Bashley (Rydal) 162/2 Fawley lost veteran opener Parratt dragging on to his stumps off Sam Stroud (1 for 30) with just six runs on the board. Kieran Earl (25) and Brendan Streather (31) then added 55 to get the innings back on track. George Wilson took three quick wickets including

Lottery Results – The Big One

Lottery Results - The Big One ! The winners of the latest lottery draw (The Big One) are: £500 - Ken Smith £100 - Neil Taylor £50 - Phil Morris It is just £5 a month so to be in it to win it! If you would like to join our monthly lottery, please contact Marilyn

Bashley 3s v Bransgore – Sat 8 August – match report

On an extremely hot day at the BCG, Bashley lost the toss and were asked to field first. Ted Bracey took an early wicket to reduce Bransgore to 8-1. After this, Bashley kept Bransgores scoring rate at about 4 an over for the majority of the innings. Both Bashley spinners, Tom

Bashley 3s v New Milton 2s – Sat 1 August – match report

Bashley 3rd team made the short journey to New Milton to compete in their first game of the new 2020 county league. Bashley won the toss and elected to bat first. Bashley made a very positive start and the runs were coming at a steady pace, however, wickets were also falling

Bashley 2s make it 2 wins from 2 – match report 1 August 2020

Bashley (Rydal) II 223 for 8 Paultons 149 all out After the early loss of Chris Vaughan skipper Patrick Lewis and James Turner added 66 in 11 overs with Lewis looking in imperious form with some classy cover driving before being surprisingly bowled for 33 off just 30 balls with 7 fours.

Return To Cricket

672477_playing_plan_summary_june-2020-copy As we gear up to the long awaited return of recreational cricket, a huge team effort has taken place behind the scenes to prepare the Clubhouse and Grounds for the "New Normal". One way systems will be in operation, and new protocols are in place - please take time to familiarise