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Chorleywood Cricket Club have been playing on The Common for nearly 200 years and, for passers-by in the summer months, the sight of a cricket match in progress as they drive or walk through Chorleywood is always a memorable landmark. The club is a thriving local success story that has had a glorious history, a successful present and, thanks to a dedicated membership who want to ensure the legacy of the club for years to come, exciting plans for the future. Read more about the club...
Upcoming events...
27th Aug 17 Club Day
28th Aug 17 Community Day
9th Sep 17 ULCH Gassers v Slashers Ground Hire - PRIVATE
17th Sep 17 CWCC v Presidents XI plus lunch (details to follow)
23rd Sep 17 Colts Awards
2nd Nov 17 AGM - Pavilion 20.00
10th Nov 17 Awards Dinner
50 Club Winners New! Posted by Brian Mulholland on 16th Aug 17
May 2017
£50 Jane Spurr
£10s Rob Dunstone, David Worley, David Hinds

June 2017
£100 John Chadwick
£10s Denys Downing, Jeff )’Dwyer, David Jenkins

July 2017
£50 Helen Smithson
£10s Jean Harmon, Jane Spurr, Helen Smithson

August 2017
£50 Mike Norris
£10s Kevin O’Donnell, Clare Edis, Derek Hussey

Andrew Neal New! Posted by John Chadwick on 15th Aug 17
We are delighted to report that Andrew Neal has been called up to play for Hertfordshire against Lincolnshire in a Minor Counties Unicorns three-day Championship match at Cleethorpes. Andrew is the first Chorleywood player to represent Hertfordshire for over twenty years. The previous two players we know of who played for Hertfordshire were Rex Vine and Ian Mulholland. Andrew opened the bowling and his analysis was ten overs, one for 24. Lincolnshire won convincingly but we hope for more opportunities for our Mr. Neal.
CWCC v Rose and Crown New! Posted by John Chadwick on 15th Aug 17
What is now an annual fixture in the village took place on August 13th ,which is cricket day when Chorleywood Cricket Club take on the cricketing might of the Rose and Crown, CW's finest hostelry. On a beautiful English sunny afternoon two teams at the top of their form, one for cricket and one for drinking, played out an innings each in front of a record attendance. CWCC won, even though the Rose had the popular ex England stalwart and opening bowler, Gladstone Small, in their line up. An all day BBQ added to the festivities and everybody finished the day with a satisfied smile on their faces for a typically excellent English village day.
CWCC U11 County Champions New! Posted by Vikash Patel on 28th Jul 17
Finals day 2017 was the culmination of a great summer’s cricket for the Chorleywood U11s 8 a side team. Having gone through their group games unbeaten and winning their quarter final against Hemel on the Common, the team for finals day at Hatfield & Crusaders was selected. Across the season 21 boys had played in the matches, a reflection of the depth at the club and the potential the year group has, fortunately holidays and wider commitments helped simplify the selection a little but still allowed for a strong team. We were drawn to play Bishops Stortford in our semi, while in the other match Berkhamsted played Knebworth. We batted first and despite some nerves resulting in a few cheap wickets we rallied to 291-7 with good contributions from George Edwards, Tom Ford, Isaac Weintrob and Callum Scott, all of whom made good double figure scores. The team, now starting to find their feet then bowled and fielded well, with Shay Popat and Isaac Weintrob standing out with 6 wickets between them as Bishops Stortford lost 12 wickets (-60 runs) across their innings finishing on 247. A good 44 run win gave the boys confidence as they looked forward to the final. In the other semi-final a strong Knebworth side outplayed Berkhamsted, winning comfortably.

The Chorleywood team played their best cricket in the final, batting first and scoring 303-3. All the boys scored runs, with notable contributions from Isaac and Callum with a 35 run opening stand, Max Davies with 17 not out and to conclude the innings 12 from the last 4 balls as Niyan Kakad showed off his expansive stroke play.

The fielding and bowling was of an incredibly high standard with James Turton leading the way with a very good keeping performance. All the boys contributed with the ball, with Shay and Callum taking 7 wickets between them. The pressure the boys put on Knebworth strangled the run chase with Chorleywood running out winners by 63 runs. Thank you to Jamie Ford (team manager) and all who supported the boys this year; coaches, parents and the wider club, here’s to 2018!

CWCC Quiz Night New! Posted by Vikash Patel on 25th May 17
A reminder that CWCC Quiz Night will be taking place this Saturday evening starting from 8pm (when teams return from their games). Partners and friends of club members are all welcome. £1 entry per participant and teams consisting of max 6 players can be formed in advance or on the night.

Looking forward to seeing you all there!

Ted Appleby New! Posted by Steve Dunning on 23rd May 17
It is with great sadness that we report that Vice President of the Club, Ted Appleby died suddenly on Monday 21st May.Ted was a long time member and supporter of the cricket club playing both 1st and 2nd XI cricket and could often be seen at the close season Sunday socials. He was a larger than life character and our condolences go to his family and many friends.
Start of Season BBQ New! Posted by Vikash Patel on 8th May 17
Our start of season BBQ will be taking place this Saturday 13th May. Be sure to come on down for a burger and a few drinks!
50 Club Winners New! Posted by Martin Tyler on 10th Apr 17
The latest winners for the 50 Club are as follows:-

March 2017
£50 Richard Bailey
£10s Lesley Neal, Ted Appleby, Freddie Dare

April 2017
£50 Ken Moore
£10s Colin Wreath, David Jenkins, Patrick Ryan

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Recent Highlights
Ian Sutcliffe 59 runs Sat 4 v Boxmoor 3
Vikash Patel 5 for 12 Sat 2 v Hoddesdon 2
Trophy Holders
Edward Rogers 442 runs  
Ryan Evans 31 wickets  
Edward Rogers 100 runs Sun 1 v Little Missenden
Latest Results
Sun 1 v Batchworth 20th Aug Cancelled by opposition
Sat 1 v Flitwick 19th Aug Lost by 61 runs
Sat 2 v Hoddesdon 2 19th Aug Won by 5 wickets
Sat 3 v Boxmoor 2 19th Aug Lost by 7 wickets
Sat 4 v Boxmoor 3 19th Aug Won by 8 wickets
Sun 1 v Rose and Crown 13th Aug Won by 77 runs
Sat 1 v West Herts 12th Aug Lost by 51 runs
Sat 2 v Hertford 3 12th Aug Lost by 35 Runs
Sat 3 v Ickleford 3 12th Aug Won by 5 wickets
Sat 4 v Bushey 4 12th Aug Won by 7 wickets
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Sat 1 v Sawbridgeworth 26th Aug Away Teams
Sat 2 v Reed 2 26th Aug The Common Teams
Sat 3 v Hatfield & Crusaders 3 26th Aug Westwood Park Teams
Sat 4 v Chipperfield Clarendon 3 26th Aug Away Teams
Occasionals v Club Day 27th Aug The Common Teams
Occasionals v Community Day 28th Aug The Common Teams
Sat 1 v Reed 2nd Sep The Common Teams
Sat 2 v Northwood Town 2nd Sep Away Teams
Sat 3 v Old Albanian 3 2nd Sep Away Teams
Sat 4 v Berkhamsted 4 2nd Sep Westwood Park Teams
Sun 1 v HC Trotters 3rd Sep The Common Teams
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