Let’s hope its the first of many 50s for Savan Soni who passed the milestone in the recent cup match against Indian Gym.
Sunbury were knocked out of the Royal London National knockout by a strong Reigate Priory outfit on Sunday. From what seemed a positive situation they lost their last 8 wickets for just 47 runs to fall 33 runs short of their target. Batting first Reigate were reduced to 55-3 before [..read more]
Another poor performance from Sunbury saw them totally outplayed by Normandy as without their top 2 slow bowlers Manro and Virdi, Normandy were able to mount a formidable total and then appalling batting saw them reduced Sunbury to 47-6 by the nineteenth over. Fielding first Kevin Smith took out the [..read more]
Shree Murugesan scored 112 opening for the U13s verses Indian Gymkhana scoring five 6’s and fourteen 4’s. This great innings helped Sunbury U13s amass 229-3.
On a hot day at Woodbridge Road the 1st XI always looked in control against a poor home team and completed a comfortable 6 wkt win with plenty of overs to spare. Maunders lost the toss and Sunbury found themselves fielding in 29C heat. Kevin Smith and Ishy Sohi started [..read more]
A good all round team performance, with a much changed side from the previous days league encounter with Cranleigh, saw Sunbury advance to the next round of the Royal London National Cup. Despite a fine innings of 101 from Finchampstead captain Marles, Finch were unable to press home any sort [..read more]
On a perfect batting track and an electric outfield Cranleigh batted their full 66 overs for their 302-9 to deny their bowlers the opportunity to bowl out the 1st XI to seal victory as the hosts ended on 235-7. Seren Waters was the mainstay of the Cranleigh innings, the opener [..read more]
For the second successive week Sunbury’s game went to the wire before Sunbury got over the line to record their first league win of the Season against local rivals East Molesey with the hosts just 11 runs short. Batting first John Maunders and Elliott Shaw batting steadily and without too [..read more]
Amar Virdi has made his first class breakthrough with selection for Surrey against Essex at Chelmsford which started on Friday 26th. Best of luck and our congratulations to Amar on his achievement.
Close, but not quite over the line, saw Sunbury again underperform with the bat and then run Reigate Priory close before the hosts added 26 for the 10th wicket in a tense finish On a green top with rain threatening Sunbury batting first, again got off to the worst possible [..read more]
Another sub-standard batting performance from Sunbury saw them well beaten for the second week running. They could only post 172-9 which Normandy knocked off for the loss of just 3 wickets with 13 balls to spare. Winning the toss and batting first the early wickets of Ollie Roland-Jones and skipper [..read more]
Having struggled for runs this term John Maunders ignited his season, scoring a magnificent century to lead Sunbury towards a 44 run win against Surrey Premier opponents Valley End. Opening with Ed Hughes the pair added 112 for the first wicket before Hughes (41) was dismissed in the twenty first [..read more]