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    September 100 Club Winners

    September 18, 2017 0
    The 100 Club winners for September are: £100 Penny Hughes ticket 69 £50 Phil Forman ticket 32 £30 Alex Hughes ticket 54
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    Kevin Smith’s six won the Club 6-a-sides competition in the rain on Saturday. Victorious skipper!
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    The U15 team won their semi-final against Stanmore by 10 wickets with 50s from Dan Finlay and Aaryan Pillai, and then collapsed against better bowling from Eastcote to be 46 all out and to lose [..read more]
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    On a wet Sunday in September the Under 12s lost their Middlesex semi-final to Finchley.
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    Saturday sees the return of the Club’s 6-a-Side Tournament after a one-year break. The teams can been seen on the Adult Selection page. The Fixture Schedule has also been announced and can be viewed here: FixtureSchedule2017_v1. [..read more]
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    Club 6-a-sides

    September 6, 2017 0
    Colin Bentall has organised a late season six a side day for all club members. The plan is for a noon start, 8 teams using both Squares with the final at approximately 6.15pm. We are [..read more]
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    Sunbury 292 (45) Ealing 192 (44.1) John Maunders 125, Martin Andersson 56, Sam Burgess 37 Amar Virdi 3-36, Kevin Smith 2-30, Ajit Singh Sambhi 2-31 Man of the Match John Maunders starred with a chanceless [..read more]
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    End Season League Review

    September 4, 2017 0
    1st XI – Runners up – thanks to final day win over Ashtead featuring a stunning 110 from Conor Fulton! Sunbury 264 (48.4) Ashtead 191 (47.5) C Fulton 110, R Bedi 38, M Todd 3-34 [..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.