After a very heavy defeat at the hands of Cheshire in the last Group match of the KO competition, we finished second behind Lincolnshire and find ourselves having to travel to play Oxfordshire in the quarter final on Sunday 14th June. However, before that, we break new ground on Sunday 31st May when we once again travel to Cheshire (Chester BH) to play in the first ever Unicorns T20 competition. Lets hope that the long journey proves worthwhile and we progress to the finals day on Sunday 12th July.
Alan McKenna Chairman NCCC
a number of poor seasons, particularly in the championship, Northumberland are
hoping that a change in direction will bring about some gradual overall
improvement on the field of play over the next couple of seasons. Firstly, we
have increased our partnership with Durham County Cricket Club who
together with some of their coaches and our own have organised a number of
indoor pre season nets and an outside net prior to the commencement of the
season. On the playing side we have appointed Jacque Du Toit as
Captain together with Michael Craigs as vice captain. Hopefully with improved
performances and continued assistance from Durham CC more player will be
wanting to become involved with the County and this can only be a good thing
for Northumberland cricket.
If you are interested in becoming a member of Northumberland CCC then please get in touch with the Secretary, Mr Brian Wilkin. Contact details firstname.lastname@example.org