Tuesday, 25 April 2017

Joshua v Klitschko at the cricket club

Saturday night's big boxing match will be screened at the cricket club.

There will be a private function in the function rooms displaying the evening's boxing via a projector, as a result it will also be available to watch on the large screen television in the bar area at a cost of £3 a head. Bar meals will be available from Tracy and Dion's bar meal menu.

The main fight is expected to be at about 10.00pm, cricketers will probably be starting to watch the action as they return from playing in games.

Match Report U13 Fixture v Wolviston

The match was reduced to 18 overs a side but abandoned due to heavy sleet after 14 overs of the second innings.

Richmondshire batted first, extras did not have to retire and scored 50, Ben Dale scored 27, Angus Potter 20 and Kai York 18 not out, to give a Richmondshire score of 143 for 5.

For Wolvistion the two openers retired on passing 30, they were on 99 for the loss of one wicket when play was abandoned. Though it is unlikely their lower order would have scored 45 runs in four overs to win the match, Duckworth-Lewis does not apply and league rules are that the match should be replayed if possible.
Sunday 30th April - Hambleton League
Richmond U13 Vs Bedale U13
Location :- Richmond School  1.30 pm start.
Team Sheet :-
Patrick Carlton (C)
Gabriel Stewart
Alex Laviolette
Charlie Stephenson (K)
Zac Cleminson
Will Arnold         
Harry Laviolette                               
Will Newson
Ross Wheatley
Luke Young
William Mawer

After a narrow defeat last Sunday let’s hope we can bounce back with a win this weekend !

We lost by 23 runs but conceded 31 extras … ouch, my fault, poor warm up and lack of guidance from the scorers chair! Great knock by Kai (30 rtd) and Angus (20), and 2 wickets each for Kai, Toby, Patrick and one for Joe
Any problems please call me on 07739 645555 

Sunday, 23 April 2017

U13 NYACC fixture v Wolviston Tues 25th April

Richmond U13 vs Wolviston U13 Tuesday 25th at the main ground

J Baines ( C )
J Bowler Jones
A Potter
H Mcfarlane
B Dale
K York
J Carruthers
A Pinkley ( W )
G Rutherford
J Syddall
H Bushell

Looks like it will be a chilly night - bring jumpers/coats.

Under 11 Match Report

From Darren Sydall:

Richmondshire 281 net beat Wolviston  215 net by 66 runs

Wolviston won the toss and elected to bowl.

Joe Syddall and Jake Percival opened the batting with a solid partnership of 25 followed by good solid batting partnerships from the rest of the team.

Max Percival opened the bowling with one wicket for one run in the first over and a further maiden over, Finlay Clarke & Andrew Ralph both taking a wicket in their first overs and Isaac, Jake Percival and Tom Woof also getting maiden overs.

Friday, 21 April 2017

Friday night training starts today

Training for those at Primary School starts at 6.00pm tonight, finishing at 7.30pm.

Wednesday, 19 April 2017

Sunday 23rd April - Hambleton League
Richmond U13 Vs North Stainley U13
Location :- Richmond School - 1.30 pm start.
Team Sheet
Patrick Carlton (C)
Henry Banks      
Kai Yorke
Harris MacFarlane
Zac Cleminson
Angus Potter    
Harry Laviolette                               
Alex Pinkney (K)                              
Toby Broderick
George Rutherford        
Joe Carruthers  

See everyone on Sunday. 
Please call me if you cant make the game.
With thanks,
John 07739 645555

Tuesday, 18 April 2017

Under 13 Match Report

From Lee York:

Richmondshire 97-3 beat Rockliffe Park 56-6 by 41 runs

Batting first we got off to a great start with captain for the night Tom Ward getting 31 not out and his opening partner Alex Percival 30 not out.

Then the pick of the bowlers was Kai York taking 3 for 10 off 3 overs. Everyone got a bowl and bowled well, along with some tight fielding including a run out and two stumpings from Tom Ward.

Monday, 17 April 2017

U13 match v Rockliffe Park Tues 18 April

The team is:

Gabriel Stewart
Alex Percival
Henry Shepherd
Tom Ward
Kai York
Henry Bushell
Joe Syddall
Joe Carruthers
George Rutherford
Will Mawer
Jake Percival

This is a lovely place to play cricket, ground postcode is DL2 2DU. Please remember that although it is a 6.00pm start, sunset is at 8.15pm, so please get there in good time and please don't waste time during the game or you will finish in the dark !!

Training Monday 17th April is on

There is some poor weather about, but as I write this, conditions are OK.

Please apply common sense if it pours down at 6.15.

Tuesday, 4 April 2017

Start of Outdoor Junior Training

Outdoor training will take place as follows:

Primary School Age Group, Friday nights, 6.00 to 7.30, starting Friday 21st April, last session 8th September.

On Friday nights when there are matches at the club, Primary School training will be at Richmond School, these nights are expected to be 19th May, 2nd June, 16th June, 14th July and 28th July but are dependent on the results of cup games.

Secondary School Age Group, Monday nights, 6.30 to 8.00, starting Monday 10th April and including Easter Monday, last session 21st August. All sessions will be at the club.

New members should just turn up at the start of a session and make themselves known to those running the sessions.

Sunday, 2 April 2017

Practice nets are ready for use

All four lanes are ready for use, with stumps in place and significant holes in the netting repaired.

If using a hard ball in the nets, please remember juniors must wear a helmet for both keeping and batting.

As the matting is slow to dry, it is highly advisable not to use a nice new bat or ball as they will pick up moisture from the matting and become damaged.

There is a rubbish bin tied to the advertising hoardings, rubbish is to be put in the bin not left in the nets.

If anything gets stuck on the top of the nets, do not climb up the nets to try and get it down. Tip: there is a long metal bar that fixes across the entrance to the mobile net, this can be useful for poking from below.

Registration Day Sunday 9th April

Club Registration Day: Sunday 9th April.
This year’s Club Registration Day is Sunday 9th April, with registration taking place between 10am and 2pm.

By attending on registration day, you will be able to collect your fixture and membership cards and be able to view the changes which have being taking place at the club over the winter. As every Sunday T&D catering will be serving carvery lunches between 12 and 3pm.

If you are not able to attend the Registration Day, you are welcome to return your form and membership fees to the clubhouse. If you are doing this by hand you will find a membership post box at the end of the bar. Junior forms can be downloaded from the link in the previous post.

If you are interested in becoming a sponsor, have any questions or require any further guidance on which is the best membership category for you, please feel free to contact Mike Heseltine the club membership secretary, by email at mike.heseltine@richmondshirecc.org.uk or club chairman Mark Layfield (07803239593)

Friday, 31 March 2017

2017 Junior Membership Forms

The link below should take you to a pdf where you can download a form.

Completed forms with payment need to find their way to Mike Heseltine, Membership Secretary, either by hand, left at the club in the postbox at the right hand end of the bar, or by post to 22 St Trinians Drive, Richmond, DL10 7SS.

2017 Junior Membership forms

Monday, 27 March 2017

Free coaching by the next elite of the coaching world

There is a level 2 coach training course running at Richmond School on Sunday, attendees include our own Lee York, Darren Syddall, Georgie Walker and Matthew Cowling. 

The coaches require some guinea pigs on which to test their newly acquired skills, around 15-20 Juniors up to U13 in the Sports Hall from around 9.45 till 1.30 if possible. They will need to bring drinks and snacks with them.

Those interested in attending, please speak to Darren and Lee at training on Friday night.

Wednesday, 22 March 2017

Club Extraordinary General Meeting 30th March 2017

There will be an Extraordinary General Meeting at the clubhouse at 8.30 pm on 30th March.
This is to discuss and hopefully agree changes to the constitution that are proposed to ensure compliance with HMRC rules which require Community Amateur Sports Clubs to have at least 50% of their membership participating in the sport the club offers. Participating includes playing, coaching, managing teams, umpiring, scoring, working on the ground and committee work.
Community Amateur Sports Club status is worth keeping because it reduces the club's rates bills and allows Gift Aid to be claimed on donations.
Only adult members (including those parents that are currently social or non-playing members) can vote, but we need as many as possible to turn out.

Monday, 20 March 2017

Pre-season jobs, Sat 25th March and 1st April

The next two Saturday mornings, volunteers are required at the main ground to help with jobs which will include:

Completing the re-assembly of and minor repairs to the nets
Moving scaffold poles into position to mend the fence
Brushing out the nets with a stiff brush to remove leaves/twigs
Litter picking
Helping put the sightscreens for the school ground onto a trailer to the school
General gardening/weeding
Sweeping out the scorebox and changing rooms

The work will start about 10.00 and finish about lunchtime. Those wanting to start with a cooked breakfast will find they can buy one in the clubhouse from 9.00.

Bring gloves, wear sturdy footwear and bring whatever tools you have that will help do the sort of job you plan to help with.

If anyone has a stepladder, mini-scaffold or similar access equipment that can be put inside the nets and will allow people to reach up to 4 metres high to mend holes in the roof of the nets, can they please bring it.

ECB All Stars Cricket initiative launched today 20th March

The ECB is introducing "All Stars Cricket", an initiative to introduce cricket to 5 to 8 year olds who have no previous experience of the game. The marketing has started today.

All Stars Cricket will be available at Richmondshire Cricket Club. Both paid-up junior members of the appropriate age and non-members who have registered centrally with the All Stars programme will be able to take part in these sessions.

Members and non-members who register centrally with the All Stars programme will receive delivered to their home various items of kit, including a plastic bat, cap, shirt with their name on it, drinks bottle and rucksack. This will cost £40 and is not paid to the club.

Non-members who have paid £40 to join the All Stars scheme will only be entitled to attend the specific All Stars sessions. To receive other benefits, they will need to become members of the cricket club.

The All Stars sessions will run for 8 weeks, starting Friday 26th May from 6.15 to 7.15 pm.

Friday, 17 March 2017

Fixtures April and May 2017

This link should take you to an Excel spreadsheet with all Richmondshire CC fixtures, junior and adult, for April and May. You may need to download it to read it.

Note midweek junior fixtures may change in the event of replays of cup matches or non-availability of away grounds.

You can also see, for example, that Friday night training will need to move to Richmond School on 19th May due to an under 17 cup fixture.

April and May Fixtures