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Sudbury Cricket Club is pleased to confirm the registrations of three new players for the 2019 season and the club wishes them a successful and enjoyable season both on and off the field at the home of the current EAPL Champions.

Fast bowler PATRICK SADLER (pictured left) is a former Scotland Under-19 captain who joins from Tunbridge Wells having recently moved to live in Sible Hedingham, whilst top order batsman RYAN VICKERY (right) who lives in Braintree joins from Elmstead having previously played T20 cricket for the Talbots, including being part of the side to lift the Suffolk Cup in 2017.  The third addition is CAMERON STACE who arrives back at Friars Street from Hadleigh, having been a former Junior Talbot before moving on to Long Melford several years ago.



All League and Cup Fixtures (apart from 4th XI and U/19 Talbot T20) have now been released - refer to relevant section.  The Fixtures will be added to Play Cricket in due course.

January 100 Club Winners
£75 Geoff Challacombe,  £50 Mandy Poulson,  £25 Roger Troughton

Sudbury Cricket Club is pleased to announce the signing of Henry Shipley from Canterbury Kings for the 2019 season. Henry is a fast bowling all rounder with an exciting future in the game and we are looking forward to seeing him in action.  Many thanks to @GosfieldSchool for all their support, and also to last year's overseas Tim Johnston for assisting the club in securing Henry's appointment.

December 100 Club Winners
£75 Guy Robins,  £50 Al Younger,  £25 Ian Brown

Xmas Bag Packing at Waitrose
The Junior Section raised around £400.00 at their Waitrose Bag Packing morning on Saturday 22nd December - many thanks to all those who helped and particularly to organisers Ted Clarkson and Phil Halliday, and of course to the generous Waitrose customers and helpful Waitrose staff.


The Hockey Club won the Xmas Hockey Challenge Match against the Cricket Club on Sunday 4 - 2.  Many thanks to the Hockey Club for organising this event and for laying on an excellent lunch back at the Clubhouse after the game.  Thanks also to Louis Brooks for organising a very enjoyable Xmas Party on Saturday night at David's Deli.

Suffolk Cup and Sunday League Fixtures

Sudbury have been drawn in Group B of the Suffolk Cup with Felixstowe, Copdock and Kesgrave (Home and Away).
Group A comprises Bury St Edmunds, Woolpit, Walsham-le-Willows and Haverhill
The Sunday XI fixtures in the North Essex League Division 3 have also been announced.

The full fixtures are on the FIXTURES tab

November 100 Club Winners
£75 Louis Brooks,  £50 Valda & Stef Marks,  £25 Ros Simmons

(figures taken from the club's Play Cricket website covering all senior matches)
------ Batting ------    ------ Bowling ------    - Fielding Catches -    --- Keeper Catches ---
T Huggins   1141   B Hyett           56   D Batch              16     A Mansfield         20  
W Amos       984   T Huggins      45   K Moulton-Day   11     P Halliday              9  
D Batch        791   C Thomas      37   M Waldock          11     D Brett                   8 
K Waldock    687   M Waldock     36   B Parker, J Amos,
T Huggins, W Amos   10
  K Moulton-Day     4
J Amos         666   B Duncan       33       N Wilson, J O'Brien 3 


Two Counties Fixtures

The Two Counties Fixtures have been released and the Talbots opening matches are :
2nd XI     Sat April 20th      COPFORD                Away
 3rd XI      Sat May 4th         SAXMUNDHAM       Home

The full fixtures are on the FIXTURES tab
Also, Sat 1st XI Pre-Season Friendly Away at Saffron Waldon arranged for April 6th

Annual General Meeting - Monday November 19th at 8:00pm

Adam Mansfield is confirmed as 1st XI Captain for 2019.
Please refer to the Contacts page for details of the various Committee and Captain appointments
for 2018/19 that were confirmed at the AGM held on Monday November 19th.
Congratulations to all those elected / appointed and good luck for the 2019 season.

October 100 Club Winners
£75 Ian Clement,  £50 Eddie Pissarro,  £25 Sharon Holness

Click Here for Annual Dinner Booking Form  

Sudbury Cricket Club' Clubmark Accreditation confirmed

The Club has received confirmation from the ECB that its Clubmark Accreditation has been renewed for a
further 3 years.  Many thanks to Anne-marie Shropshire and her assistants who organised and researched
all the various material that was required.  See Certificate

Sudbury Cricket Club receives "Sporting Achievement Award"

The Club was represented by Tom Huggins, Darren Batch and John Mallett at the "Stars of Babergh and Mid-Suffolk 2018 Awards Ceremony" held at St Mary's Church, Hadleigh on Thursday night, and the Club was selected as the winner of the "Sporting Achievement Award" for Babergh.  Another fine tribute to all the members, players, coaches and committee in a memorable year.  A full report with photographs will appear in the East Anglian Daily Times one day next week. 

EAPL Fixtures 2019

The EAPL Fixtures for 2019 have been released and the Talbots opening matches are :

Sat April 20 Cambridge Granta Home 50 Over
Sat April 27 Great Witchingham Away 50 Over
Sat May 4 Vauxhall Mallards Home 50 Over
Sat May 11 Burwell & Exning Away 50 Over

The full fixtures are on the FIXTURES tab

September 100 Club Winners
£75 Pauline Connor,  £50 Jim Carnegie,  £25 John Bampton

Baby Huggins

Many congratulations to Sarah and Tom on the birth of their second daughter Maisie
who weighed in at 9lb, and is a sister for Poppy.

Read the EAPL website article by Clicking Here

End of Season Pitch Renovation

Before the ground staff start their end of season pitch renovation of Scarifying, Top Dressing with Loam and Re-Seeding the club has engaged the services of Parkers Pitches to Fraze Mow the square as the first stage of trying to remove the 'hump' that has developed over the years.  This may take a few years to fully achieve and the process involves removing varying levels of soil from the top surface in the middle of the wicket and then building up the ends of the wickets which will also improve drainage.



Date Team Opposition Venue Comp Result Scores
Sat Sept 15 1st XI NORWICH Home EAPL Won SUD 323 - 6*   NOR 200 - 10 
  2nd XI HAVERHILL Away Two Cty 2 Won SUD 250 - 6   HAV 247 - 6*

The perfect end to a fantastic season for the Club arrived at 5:12pm on Saturday when James Poulson held a catch in the deep to claim the final Norwich wicket and seal a 123 run victory, 25 points and the EAPL Championship for the second season in a row.  The scenes and celebrations amongst the players was equalled by the large crowd of spectators, and although the result means that Norwich finish bottom of the league and must play their Semi-Final Play-Off match today, our visitors were full of praise for Sudbury's achievement and very magnanimous in defeat.
Tom Huggins won the toss and elected to bat first and Sudbury's innings followed an almost perfect pattern.  The first wicket didn't fall until 134 shortly after the half-way drinks interval (Huggins 76) and another century partnership was put on for the second wicket before Adam Mansfield was bowled to end his excellent and well deserved innings of 108.  Darren Batch (68) was Adam's partner and he took up the challenge of increasing the tempo of the innings and he was followed by the middle order as the last 7 overs of the innings yielded 99 runs in a final tally of 323.  In reply, Norwich were soon one down but then a fine partnership between Jack Newby (105) and captain Will O'Donnell (48) briefly threatened to challenge Sudbury's huge total.  When Newby reached 78 he became the highest scoring batsman in a season in the history of the EAPL - a fine innings from a fine player - but after O'Donnell had been bowled by Huggins, Newby never found a partner that could hang around for very long and a score card that shows four ducks tells the story as Norwich were all out in 38 overs.  Excellent figures from Billy Moulton-Day (3 - 21) and Tim Johnston (3 - 19) as they took regular wickets - cue the celebrations !!
Not to be outdone, the 2nd XI travelled to already promoted Haverhill and returned victorious by 4 wickets.  Batting first, Haverhill posted a very respectable 247 - 6 with Andy Simmons taking 3 - 68, but stand in skipper Will Shropshire and his side were not content just to play a supporting role in the match and reached their target with 4 balls to spare.  Shropshire (89), Jonny Amos (42*) and Steve Martin (62*) all batted superbly and Martin's three 6's at the end clinched the victory.
So another season comes to an end, and like last year, 2018 will stay in the memory of all those people connected with the club for many years.  Whilst the 1st XI may take the plaudits, it is the whole Club that can savour the success as Chairman Louis Brooks rightly commented on at the Players Website Awards Dinner on Saturday night.  An evening full of high spirits, laughter and emotions.  A fantastic way to end the season for a fantastic club.  Congratulations and Thank You to everyone associated with the club - wInter well and see you next year.



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