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Uplyme and Lyme Regis Cricket Club

 

Averages 2009

 

1ST X1 BOWLING
1ST XI BATTING

1ST XI Partnerships

2ND X1 BOWLING
2ND XI BATTING

2ND XI Partnerships

Friendly BOWLING
Friendly BATTING

Friendly Partnerships


Averages 2006

1ST X1 BOWLING
1ST XI BATTING

2ND X1 BOWLING
2ND XI BATTING


Averages 2005
1st XI bowling com.
1st XI batting fin.
2nd XI bowling
2nd XI bowling fin.
2nd XI batting fin.
Club XI batting fin.


Averages 2004

1st XI bowling
1st XI batting

2nd XI bowling
2nd XI batting

Club XI batting
Club XI bowling

 

Averages kindly provided by
D. Wiscombe - email

and M.Holding - email


Cricket Club Committee

 

Minutes from club committee meetings can be found in the Cricket Club forum here.


Indoor nets


Indoor nets are in the sports hall, Woodroffe School on Thursday nights at 19.00 during March. 

 

Sign-on night will be in the Pavilion at 19.30 on Saturday 8 April. 

 

Or, contact the first eleven captain Luke Reed on 07977 591487

Website and discussion forum
 

Click here for our online discussion forum and here for the Cricket Club's own website.

 

Background
 

The Uplyme and Lyme Regis Club email was formed in 1935 by the amalgamation of the Lyme Regis Club, formed in 1862, and the Uplyme Club, formed in 1877.
 


The cricket club came about in the village because local sportsmen were anxious to keep the game alive in the area, a spirit encapsulated in the purpose of the club today stated as :-

  • To arrange cricket matches and organize teams of members

  • To promote the provision and maintenance of cricket facilities at the King George V Playing Field

  • To organize social activities associated with cricket

  • To foster cricket in Uplyme and Lyme Regis

The club moved to the glebe field, near the Talbot Arms in Uplyme, now the King George V Field, at the end of the nineteenth century.
 

The cricket ground is located on the B3165, off the A35, close to the centre of Uplyme, behind the Village Hall, on the Lyme Regis road - map
 


 

Some Online References for Cricket

 

Cricket - the basics
English National Cricket Captains
Bowling Strategy

If you would like to join Uplyme and Lyme Regis Cricket Club...

 

Please send name, address, telephone number and e-mail address with a cheque for \A310 payable to Uplyme and Lyme Regis Cricket club to:

David Jones,
7 Waterside, Mill Lane,
Uplyme, DT7 3TZ
 

Colts


If you are under 14 and would like to practice with the Colts, met at the cricket ground in Uplyme on Tuesday 18.00-19.30 from the 1st week in May onwards. 

(For more information contact Eddie Clark on 01297 443050)


100 club rules

  • The number of participants will not exceed 100
  • The subscription to the club will be \A310
  • The prizes will be as shown in the table below.
  • Each member will be given a number
  • There are 21 prizes to be won
  • Only one prize may be won by each ticket on each occasion that the draw takes place
  • A member may hold more than one ticket
  • A member joining late shall pay the subscriptions of previous months before becoming eligible to participate in the draw
  • All subscriptions shall be paid on of before the date of the final draw.

5 monthly prizes of:

1 at \A330,
2 at \A310

\A3250

The final draw prize:

1 at \A3100

\A3100

 

1 at \A350

\A350

 

1 at \A335

\A335

 

1 at \A325

\A325

 

2 at \A320

\A340

 

Total Prizes

 

\A3500


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