Home of Recreational Cricket in Nottinghamshire

Sunday, 20th April 2014

feature

Son of ex-England coach shows up well

Fourteen-year-old Tom Moores, son of ex-England coach Peter, stole the show at Radcliffe IV as his four wickets ensured a 53-run win for Wymeswold II (161).

There was a commendable performance from Ian Hart in N as his seven-wickets helped of Hoveringham II shoot out Flintham II for 55. The winners then took just seven overs to pass the total.

Russ Wild had a great debut for Great Dalby in P. The 14-year-old took four Collingham III (129) scalps to set up a six-wicket win.

NCB News

  • Test Match Art Competition 15/04/2014

    Could your artistic skills win you Test Match tickets?... more

  • BDO Coach Development Programme 2014 07/04/2014

    The Trent Bridge Community Trust (TBCT), the charitable arm of Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club (NCCC) is seeking to recruit aspiring coaches with an interest in gaining valuable experience within coaching and sports development. ... more

  • Club Funding Opportunity 05/04/2014

    The Bernard Sunley Charitable Foundation has funds available for CASC registered cricket clubs.... more