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]
Congratulations to Toby Roland-Jones on achieving the lifelong dream of any sportsman, that of representing his country. Toby’s debut was at Lords last week against South Africa scoring 37 not out and taking the wicket of Hashim Amla, the fastest player to 7,000 runs in One Day Internationals. Toby started [..read more]
Courtesy of Linky Sharma: Saturday saw our 3rd XI take on joint league toppers and defending champions Spencer, at home. Spencer won the toss and elected to bowl first on a surface, which looked better suited for batting. Sunbury lost an early wicket in the explosive Linky Sharma, but Greg [..read more]
Following last weeks impressive win against Walton, the 3XI headed into this game full of confidence looking to make it three wins out of three. With rain forecasted throughout the day, it was a great toss won by Sunbury who opted to bowl first on a slow track. Opening this [..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]
The 4’s continued their excellent start to the season with a comprehensive win over one of the main challengers for the league this year in Streatham & Marlborough. Having lost the toss and being asked to bat first, we were on the back foot a touch with Mugsy going early. [..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]
After our superb 44 run victory over Valley End, we now travel to Finchampstead in Round 3 on Sunday 4th June. Full draw can be found here.
After a comprehensive victory in the first league game of the season, the 4 XI went to newly promoted Walton hoping to extend their successful start to the season and get their second victory – a feat that took until the end of July, last year. Due to vandalism at [..read more]
SUBLIME SHAW CENTURY SENDS SUNBURY SOARING TO SUMMIT Sunbury 2nds recorded an emphatic victory over Normandy at home to make it two wins from two in the Surrey championship. Stand in skipper Elliot Shaw won the toss and decided to bat on a pristine looking deck that promised runs, albeit [..read more]