After a close fought victory over Hornchurch, we now travel to Old Wimbledonians in Round 3 of the Conference Cup. The game is scheduled to be played on Sunday 9th July. The full draw can be found here: http://clubcricketconf.play-cricket.com/website/websites/view_cup?id=42314.
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]
We will be playing Cranleigh at Home in Round 3 of the Surrey Championship T20 Cup on Tuesday 27th June with a 6pm start. PLEASE COME AND SUPPORT THE BOYS. Here’s the remainder of our half of the draw.
On a bright and sunny day, Weybridge won the toss and elected to bat. A great start from the Sunbury team reducing Weybridge to 65 for 5 with good upfront pressure from Saran Kalsi taking 3 early wickets. Justin Granger steamed in from the pavilion end to then take a [..read more]
The season is never decided in early June but this top of the table clash would give a good indication to the destiny of this year’s title. Both teams had 100% records (5 out of 5 wins). Unfortunately, availability was not what Captain James Birch would have hoped for with four [..read more]
The 4’s superb start to the season was about to be seriously tested with the arrival of co-leaders Wimbledon for an early season top-of-the-table clash. Both teams went in to the game on the back of 5 wins in a row, and both teams feeling confident. Sunbury won the [..read more]
With 3 of the regular top four batsmen missing and facing full strength local rivals Weybridge, it was always likely Sunbury might struggle. And so it proved as batting first they ended up 40/50 runs short of a respectable total and then saw Weybridge get home with 4 overs to [..read more]
2s slip up against Farnham Losing the toss on a green deck with short boundaries, Sunbury were reduced to 31 for 3 as the Farnham bowlers used the facilities to their advantage. Sacha Duran (28) and Darren London (40) put up some resistance, but when the latter fell the score [..read more]
Sunbury 4’s continued their storming start to the season with a comprehensive victory over Sinjungramarians, their 5th in a row in a mightily impressive start to the season. Sunbury lost the toss and the opposition captain (licking his lips at the gorgeous wicket prepared) decided to have first use. Neral Gunawardena [..read more]
This week saw a strong 3rd XI side travel away to play against the bottom ranked Normandy, in an all-day timed game. The pitch was covered with grass, and deemed to be slow and of assistance to the bowlers. Hence, the unbeaten skipper, James Birch, won the toss and elected [..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]