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    All games were abandoned due to rain, and the Sunday games were cancelled as well.
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    We have restored ball by ball update of the 1st XI league games to the website. We lost the facility because of a dispute between ECB and CricHq who now own TCS the scoring program.
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    A vey disappointing day all-round for the 3XI. With spirits high from the win against Reigate the previous week all players were motivated and ready to push on with a win at home against Sutton. This [..read more]
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    The 100 Club winners for July are: £100 Jane Cowell ticket 41 £50 Scott NapierTD> ticket 70 £30 Bob Page ticket 73
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    This was a match that went all the way to the last over with the result in the balance, as Reigate Priory needed just 11 runs for victory with their last pair at the wicket, [..read more]
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    The 4’s slipped to only their 2nd defeat of the season, going down fighting all the way against an excellent Reigate Priory side who fortunately for them didn’t have a fixture to fulfil in the [..read more]
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    Tyrone Visvakula scored his first 50 for Sunbury playing for the U11s against Teddington on Monday 10th July. It was an exciting game of cricket with Teddington winning the toss and choosing to bat – [..read more]
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    Following our comprehensive win over Old Wimbledonians, the draw for the Quarter Final has been made. Wanstead v Ealing SUNBURY v Aston Rowant or Waltham (Aston Rowant to play Waltham on Sunday 16 July) Cambridge Granta [..read more]
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    In stark contrast to the their exciting victory last week, Valley End were woeful as they capitulated to give Sunbury one of their easiest victories ever recorded in the Surrey Championship 1st XI Premier Division. [..read more]
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    Following a week of scorching weather, Sunbury bowled first on an overcast day in Normandy. Right from the warm up, the enthusiasm and intensity which has epitomised this youthful Sunbury side was visibly lacking, and [..read more]
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    4th XI v Banstead

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    There are certain games of cricket you play in that you will always remember, and its safe to say this was one of them. Sunbury welcomed the arrival of Banstead for what was to turn [..read more]
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    An astounding combination of power hitting and solid defence by Ishy Sohi gave the 1st XI a victory at Ashtead which had seemed very unlikely earlier in the day. Electing to bat after winning the [..read more]

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Whether you are looking to play Premier League cricket in London and the South East or for an intimate and friendly club with strong links with the local community and schools the opportunities do not come any better than those at Sunbury Cricket Club. We are one of the largest and most vibrant cricket clubs in the region with our own secluded and attractive ground on the Lower Hampton Road which has matured impressively since the Club moved to the ground in 1959. Situated between Kempton Park Racecourse and the River Thames and just 1½ miles from the M3 we are readily accessible from all directions and have a large car park and a large pavilion and bar offering refreshments of all kinds.