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East Grinstead 1st XI lifts the Sussex League T20 Cup in dramatic fashion at Hove

What a win –what a game! East Grinstead won the Gray-Nicolls T20 Cup by beating holders Roffey in a thrilling high quality Cup Final that included some final-ball drama, at Hove on a sunny late summer Sunday afternoon. The contest was finally decided on fewest wickets lost after both teams posted 144 runs in the

East Grinstead to take over Hove on finals day

Put the date in your diary, Sunday September the 9th, venue the County Ground, Hove. Sussex League T20 Finals Day Match One  – East Grinstead  2ndXI v  Preston Nomads 2nd XI  (11.00am) Match Two –  East Grinstead 1st XI V Roffey 1st XI (3.00pm) The contrasting victories in Sunday’s Semi finals said a great deal about

 EGCC 4th V Ardingly – 4 August 2018

Checklist for last Saturdays game against Ardingly : Win the toss ✓ Put them into bat ✓ Bowl them out for under 120 ✓ Get the required runs in 15 overs ✓ Bag 30 points ✓ Extend lead at top of the table ✓ Now to put some ‘meat’ on the impressive bones of this

EGCC U15 v Horsham – Tuesday 23 May

After last week’s success we came down to earth with a bump last night at Horsham. Despite an excellent rebuild partnership between Will Goodwin (30) and Ryan (35 retired) and a late flurry from Harry Hainge and Ned, we were always playing catch up with the bat. To be fair most of the Horsham bowlers

EGCC U15 v Cuckfield – Tuesday 15 May

Great performance from the boys tonight and a  thoroughly deserved win (by 12 runs). Everyone played a big part but brief highlights….. 77 opening partnership between James (36 retired) and Owen (27) and a well paced 27 by Harvey took us to 127. Fantastic tight bowling from Ned, Haydn and Josh (2 For 25) built

EGCC U13 v Scaynes Hill

EG U13’s recorded their first victory of the season with a convincing 8 wicket win over Scaynes Hill. Early indications from the weather didn’t bode well for the chances of completing the game and for the second week running the umpires decided to reduce the game to 18 overs per side. Under darkening skies the

EGCC 3rds v Dormansland 1sts

19th May 2018   Due to a few people in the higher teams being unavailable we had only 1 or 2 3rd team ‘regulars’ in our side on Saturday so it was up to the rest of us 4th players to step up to the plate and see if we could deliver a result against

EGCC U9 v Crawley Eagles U9

Sunday 20 May 2018 This was East Grinstead’s first soft ball match of the season. The opposition, Crawley Eagles , had won the division last year with E Grinstead not far behind. The teams usually compete well and this match was no exception. East Grinstead Captain Amy Newnham won the toss and asked Eagles to bat. 

EGCC 1st XI A Winning Start

Finally after a stuttering start to the season Cricket arrived back at Saint Hill in glorious sunshine. Yet it was touch and go on Saturday morning as players and friends alike got together to fork the outfield of the residue of the lake that formed after the Wednesday downpour. The umpires took sympathy on the

Vandals Damage Cricket Club Ground

Vandal’s caused several £’000 worth of damage at East Grinstead Cricket Club by joy riding round the outfield whilst it was covered in snow. It is believed the incident occurred around 8-30pm on Tuesday evening, no one was at the Sports Club at the time as it had closed early as a result of the