Ealing defeated Cambridge Granta CC by just 11 runs to setup Sunday’s Final. If you wish to reserve a place on the coach for the trip to Chingford, please email COLIN BENTALL (firstname.lastname@example.org) before Noon today (Tuesday 29th).
Wednesday 23 August is finals day for the Under 15 Royal London ECB National Cup, at which our own Rohan Luthra is representing Surrey. The semi-final is against Yorkshire.
West Indies United were the visitors to Kenton Court as Sunbury faced a potentially difficult semi-final in the Conference Cup. The visitors won the toss and batted and went about their business with typical caribbean abandon hitting the Sunbury seamers to all parts from the first ball. Openers Lawrence and [..read more]
Ashtead’s defeat and the 1st XI’s comfortable win at relegated Valley End meant that they are now clear second with home games against Guildford and Ashtead to come. the 1st XI are undefeated since 10 June and after the poor start to the season this would be a great achievement [..read more]
A SPECIAL MUSIC NIGHT FEATURING TOP US BLUES GUITARIST JIM SUHLER Fri. 25th August JIM SUHLER & MONKEY BEAT £10.00 The next Music Night on Friday 25th August promises to be every bit as much of a special occasion, as we welcome to the Club for the first time another [..read more]
Courtsey of Vik Rathore. Sunbury lost the toss and were stuck in to bat, Ali Hussain and Linky Sharma bringing up a 50 run partnership which was not continued with Ali getting caught at cow. Linky was then dismissed next over bringing Vik Rathore to the crease. Sunbury were then [..read more]
Today’s comprehensive 105 run victory at home to Waltham in the Quarter-Final of the Cricket Conference Cup sets up a Semi-Final away to West Indies United (http://wiu.play-cricket.com). The full draw can be found here – http://clubcricketconf.play-cricket.com/website/websites/view_cup?id=42314. Victory was set with an excellent century by Martin Andersson (140) with support from Rhythm [..read more]
Join the U14s at the Colts Presentation Evening on Friday 27 Oct 7pm sharp, U8s to U17s.
The 1st XI played their first league game on Cranleigh Common on Saturday and came away with a deserved victory. Winning a vital toss and bowling first on yet another rain threatened day gave Sunbury an edge which they never relinquished. The home side started cautiously on a slow wicket [..read more]
The Squires entertained Stragglers of Asia on Friday of cricket week.