Kazi Szymanski on his 1st grade debut for Fairfield Liverpool v St George in Sydney in the 2nd innings has had figures of 10.4-3-34-6 after 1st over went for 8 plus dropped catch. In the 1st innings he had figures of 3-1-16-1.
Ken Jeffery wins Tony Miller Award
Torquay CC Success @ 2018 South Devon Youth Cricket League Awards
Clean up session Saturday 6th October 9am - 12pm to get the club closed down for the Winter, if you can spare any time it would be much appreciated.
Please come along to the club junior and senior awards ceremony at the cricket club 6pm for 6.30pm start on Friday 21st September.
The winner of the TCC Football World Cup Sweep with 30 points, Toby Reid, receiving £132 prize money.
Chudleigh 76 all out
Torquay won by 6 wickets
Great news that our 1st XI captain, George Allen, has been selected by Devon County Club to make his debut in their next three day game against Berkshire.
George’s strong performances for both Torquay CC and Devon Lions this season have pushed his case to make his debut for the full county side.
The three day championship game starts on Sunday 5 August at Falklands CC near Newbury. You can follow the action using the link:
George adds himself to a long and distinguished list of Torquay players who have represented their county.
Bideford 192 all out.
Torquay won by 102 runs.
Torquay 155 all out
Brixham 89 all out
Torquay won by 66 runs
Cornwood 238 all out
Torquay won by 73 runs
Chudleigh 85 all out
Torquay 88 for 3
Torquay won by 7 wickets
There was no better place to be this weekend !
Torquay 209/7 revised target.
Paignton won by 3 runs.
Bideford 178 all out.
Torquay 179 for 3.
Torquay won by 7 wickets.
Torquay 204 for 9
Abbotskerswell 156 all out.
Torquay won by 48 runs.
Torquay 235 for 5
Brixham 119 all out
Torquay won 19 points
Redruth 68 all out.
Torquay 70 for 5.
Torquay won by 5 wickets.
Torquay made the 2 hour journey into Cornwall to face Cornish Premier League side Redruth.
Torquay won the toss and invited Redruth to bat, the hosts soon found themselves in trouble as Ben Passenger 4 for 24 and James McMurray 3 for 12 ripped through their defences leaving them all out for 68 inside 20 overs.
What seemed an easy target to chase down soon had the visitors wobbling at 8 for 3 but the arrival of Mitch Pugh (39*) settled the ship and along side Tom Drake saw Torquay home for the loss of 5 wickets.
Making their 1st team debuts were Sonny Baker and Harry Passenger.
1st team captain, George Allen commented on the victory, "it was great to actually get out and play some cricket after so much rain. I thought our attitude was spot on from start to finish. The boys bowled great lines and were backed up by some fantastic ground fielding and catching. It was good to bring in Sonny and Harry to gain some early experience of 1st team cricket and proves that we are a club who are willing to put some faith in our youth system. That said, Ben Passenger bowled a great opening spell that put the pressure on Redruth and despite a little wobble early on, we were never going to lose this one. I can't wait to start our league campaign away to Brixham on Saturday which will no doubt be a lot tougher."
Torquay have been drawn against Wadebridge in round 2 on May 13th.
Match Report Follows
Torquay Cricket Club will again be running an All Stars programme this summer. Last year saw 18 boys and girls enjoy sessions at The Rec. We have a good number of youngsters already signed up but there are still places available.
Tim Western and Dylan Karssens will be delivering the programme, which is part of a national initiative, which saw 18,000 involved in 2017.