Our Juniors celebrated another very successful season with a fabulous turn out at Presentation Evening.
This season our U11 squad won the New Forest League, our U13s finished top of the South League, dipping out of the overall title in the Play Off match and our U9s were runners up in
Amidst the recent end of season celebrations and unprecedented league success, Bashley still have one more fixture to come
Having won their Semi - final on 18th August against Burridge by 6 wickets, our guys have secured their place in the Southern Premier League T20 Cup Final at the Ageas Bowl on
Bashley (Rydal) II 277 all out
Fareham & Crofton 153 all out
Champions Bashley travelled to Fareham and were surprised to be asked to bat first on what proved to be an excellent batting surface but soon lost Alex Turner for 12 in the 8th over. Skipper Pat Lewis joined James Turner
Bashley (Rydal) 3rds 375 for 8
Hythe & Dibden 2nds 153
In heavily overcast conditions, Bashley travelled to lowly Hythe and on losing the toss were asked to bat first. Openers Paul Prichard and Tom Saunders were again in excellent form and were soon finding the boundary with increasing frequency. Prichard was
Straight off the back of the Ultimate Super Saturday for the club, our U19s were in action again for the Vitality U19 Hampshire T20 Cup finals day at Basingstoke CC on Bank Holiday Monday. Drawn in the first semi-final starting at 10am against Hook & Newnham Basics, the lads faced
Bashley finally clinched the division 3 title with an emphatic 60 run win over strugglers Purbrook at the BCG.
Arno Hattingh and Marcus Lewis added 43 in quick time before Lewis was dismissed. Two quick wickets then fell before Chris Vaughan (29) joined Hattingh in a stand of 55 to leave
Bashley (Rydal) 3rds 222 for 2
Calmore 2nds 218 for 9
In glorious sunshine, Bashley travelled to Calmore and on losing the toss were asked to bowl first.
Calmore started their innings well with opener Vann finding the boundary with increasing frequency and reached a promising 79 for 1 after 17 overs. Sam
Bashley welcomed Cadnam to a damp BCG after the midweek rain. Bashley batted first and found conditions extremely tough. Some steady batting saw Bashley reach 32 without loss after the first 10 overs. The next 10 overs were a real struggle and Bashley slipped to 71-5 after 20, with only
Summer Camps are here... and although the "rain interrupted play" on Wednesday, Master Classes were back in glorious sunshine on Thursday.
Next week brings week 2, and for now a more settled forecast.
Junior Camp will run from 10am - 3pm on Tuesday 20th, Wednesday 21st and now Friday 23rd ( to
Bashley (Rydal) 3rds 186 for 4
Totton & Eling 2nds 184 for 8
Top of the table Bashley lost the toss and against mid table Totton & Eling who elected to bat first. Bashley started without opening bowler Sam Laurent who was delayed by holiday traffic. Totton & Eling found runs hard