EHCC Annual Awards
The following presentations were made at the Annual Dinner
on 17th March:
Players Player of The Year 2016
1st XI - Rob Bellerby
2nd XI - Andy Broadley
Evening League - Chris Ward
1st XI - Rob Bellerby
Champagne Moment 2016
Jamie Armitage's diving catch at mid-off, first ball of the match at Broughton and Kirby.
Tesco Lager Value Moment 2016
Tim Parker and Alex Walls for failing to decide between them who should attempt a catch at Silton. Twice!
Congratulations to Mick Harmison on the successful completion of an umpiring course this winter. Mick is looking to combine umpiring duties in the North Yorkshire and South Durham League with appearances for the 2nd XI on alternate Saturdays. Good luck Mick and we look forward to you will bring all your umpiring knowledge and experience back to Harlsey in the future.
Northumberland Coastal Path
If you would like to see some photos from Brod's successful run along the Northumberland Coastal Path click here.
Indoor Nets - Saltburn CC
Cap'n Birdseye (2nd XI skipper Gary Bliss) in full winter plumage
Ron Cable in action against the bowling machine at Saltburn CC nets
Girls Cricket Taster Sessions
17 girls attended day two of these sessions at Hambleton Leisure Centre held during the half term holiday and it was great to see so many giving it a go. A big thank you to Katie Thompson from Yorkshire Diamonds, Mark Jobling and Masham cricket club.
Dave Willey (Junior Coach)
||Every Wednesday until 29th March
||19:00 - 21:00
||Every Thursday until 6th April (not 23rd Feb)
||18:00 - 20:00
||Every Friday until 28th April (not 23rd Feb)
||19:00 - 20:30
||Friday nights - by arrangement with skipper Bliss
||20:00 - 21:30
Club FORCE Day
Saturday 1st April
10:00 - 16:00
There are a myriad of jobs that need doing pre-season so please do your best to help out, if only for part of the time. Thank you.
Annual General Meeting
Tuesday 15th November, 19:30
Cat & Bagpipes
End of Season Ground Work
Sunday 25th September
A big thank you to those people who turned out today to help put the ground to bed for the winter.
Heavy overnight rain left the square much wetter than we had hoped and made scarifying a difficult and slightly muddy affair. It was touch and go whether or not we would be able to continue but thankfully a stiff breeze and some early afternoon sunshine helped to dry things up and we got the job finished about 5pm.
Some photos from the day can be see here and some videos here.
Here's link to our kit page: