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Welcome to Wollaston Cricket Club's website. Wollaston Cricket Club is  CLUBMARK accredited and competes on Saturdays in the Northamptonshire Cricket League. Our thriving Youth Section supports teams at Under Nine, Under Eleven, Under Thirteen and Under Fifteen.

                                                                                                               

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April 2017

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Nets will commence on Thursday 16th February 8pm - 9pm at the County Ground, Northampton for six weeks finishing on Thursday 23rd March.

Please register your interest for nets with your captain who will then be in touch when there are available slots. We will endeavor to try to give all players as many opportunities as possible. Please contact your captain.

FIXTURES 2017

 

Congratulations to Nick Broome who has just successfully gained his ECB Level 3 Coaching qualification.

 The Level 3 Performance Coach course, forms part of the ECB’s Elite Coach Development Program and completing the course and gaining this qualification has been something Nick has been hoping to achieve for the last couple of years. As there are limited places on each Level 3 course, Nick had to pass the interview and selection process before he was accepted. However, once he was he worked alongside a number of current and former professional players on the course to reach his goal.

 Youth Cricket for 2017

The club will be running the following cricket for young players in 2017:-

 Under 5 to Under 9

Coaching on a Friday Evening and entry into the local U9 softball tournaments

 Under 11, Under 13 & Under 15

We will be entering a team in the Higham Youth League.

 The U11 team will have their coaching night on Friday’s and will be managed by Steve Musgrave. Steve will be supported by Matthew Grant and James Day, who are both undertaking their Level 1 coaching course in the new year.

 The U13 team will have their coaching night on Thursday’s and will be managed by Simon Parsons. Simon will be supported by Chris Dolan.

 The U15 team will have their coaching night on Thursday’s and will be managed by Darren King. Darren we are hoping will be supported by our selected Overseas player for 2017.

 Under 19

We will also be entering an U19 side in the ECB U19 T20 Cup completion, with this side being managed by Nick Broome.  

 Winter Nets

The club are trying to secure some dates for indoor nets at Northamptonshire CC during February and March for the U11 to U15 players.

The coaches will be in touch once these dates are known.

 Youth Development

As a club and as a village, Wollaston should feel proud of the way we have grown our youth cricket section over the last 20 or so years and provided a pathway for our young cricketers to make their way into adult cricket. Over the last few years mainly through the guidance of Darren, Simon and Nick we have had a steady stream of players making that transition and last season saw what was perhaps the youngest average age of a Wollaston 1st team we have ever had. We regularly played up to 8 current and former youth team players in the same team. So, although we can rightly pat ourselves on the back, we don’t want to just stand still and as such the club have asked Nick Broome to take on a role to help oversee the development of the club’s young cricketers.

 Nick armed with his new Level 3 qualification will be working closely with all the junior coaches to co-ordinate youth coaching and provide support to them when needed. He will also in discussion with the coaches assess how players are developing and when to give them different opportunities to play in older age groups or make the move to play adult cricket. This will hopefully lead to recommendations being made to the selection committee of when young players are ready for their first or next challenge in adult cricket.

 Finally, Nick will act as our youth liaison with Northants Recreational Cricket up at the County Ground.

 

FINAL AVERAGES 2016

 

AWARDS FOR WOLLASTON CRICKET CLUB

COUNTY JUNIOR & YOUTH

Wollaston youth players Ashton Musgrave and Bethan Soloman were amongst the Annual County Awards. In recognition of their achievements for Northants in 2016 and as a result of their continued hard work, focus and development of their game, they both received awards from Club captain Alex Wakely.
In his first year at County, Ash won the u10 bowler of the year award. He had a great debut year at Northants and was recognised by the coaches for his 9 wickets over the season at an average of 11.56 and economy 3.71. With best bowling of 3-24 against London Schools, Ash has impressed a number of coaches this season and has a bright future ahead of him.

Bethan was awarded the overall youth player of the year at Wollaston in 2016 and this was followed up by her receiving the prestigious overall player of the year across all Northants county girls cricket. Bethan played for Northants u15s and u17s this season and made her debut for the full Northants Stilettos. She finished top of the bowling stats across all boys and girls age groups with 31 wickets and a best of 4-9 v Derbyshire. She finished 3rd in the overall batting stats with 615 runs, an average of 30 and a top score of 66* v Shropshire. A terrific season and a well deserved recognition which also saw her receive both the bowler and batter of the year for Northants Girls u15s. What a season she has had! 

We are very proud of Ash and Bethan and offer our congratulations to them both.

 

EMBERTON CRICKET GROUND

We are pleased and proud to announce that our Third Team ground at Emberton has won the 2016 TTS Award for the "Best Ground - Divisions 8 to 13"

Our congratulations and thanks (plus the Trophy!) go to the Emberton ground staff in recognition of their great effort.


 

 

2016  -  HOW IT FINISHED

  Played Won Drawn Lost No result  Position
First Eleven 22 8 6 7 1 6th
Second Eleven 22 12 2 4 4 3rd
Third Eleven 18 6 n/a 8 4 8th

FIRST ELEVEN

  Played Win Draw NR Lost Bat Bowl Pts
Old Northamptonians 22 15 6 1 0 8 12 370
Peterborough 22 13 4 1 4 8 18 324
Finedon Dolben 22 13 4 1 4 8 27 321
Rushden 22 13 3 1 5 2 21 307
Rushton 22 12 5 1 4 10 14 304
Wollaston 22 8 6 1 7 15 25 230
Brixworth 22 5 4 1 12 20 37 191
Stony Stratford 22 3 7 1 11 30 39 189
Northampton Saints 22 3 6 1 12 40 44 182
Horton House 22 5 5 1 11 14 32 178
Oundle 22 3 8 1 10 19 30 151
Wellingborough Town 22 1 6 1 14 20 36 118

 

SECOND ELEVEN

  Played WBF WBS DBF DBS NR Lost Bat Bowl Pts
Great Houghton 22 11 3 3 0 2 3 23 37 493
Earls Barton 22 8 7 1 0 2 4 13 24 490
Wollaston 2nd 22 6 6 2 0 4 4 12 33 411
Brixworth 2nd 22 5 2 4 1 3 7 44 64 349
Irchester 22 4 4 0 2 4 8 29 50 311
Oundle 2nd 22 1 6 2 1 4 8 18 60 296
Horton House 2nd 22 2 5 1 1 4 9 27 53 285
Stony Stratford 2nd 22 1 8 0 3 3 7 14 45 280
Heyford 22 4 2 1 2 5 8 29 49 266
Old Northamptonians 3rd 22 2 3 0 1 4 12 20 54 238
West Haddon 22 3 0 1 1 4 13 27 63 199
Raunds 22 0 3 0 3 3 13 12 61 150

 

THIRD ELEVEN

  Played WBF WBS NR Lost Tie Bat Bowl Pts
Hardingstone 18 3 9 3 3 0 60 68 374
Great Houghton 2nd 18 8 2 2 6 0 56 72 332
Brixworth 3rd 18 4 6 2 6 0 57 56 317
Old Wellingburians 2nd 18 7 1 2 8 0 59 60 283
Gumley 18 5 2 3 7 1 60 61 277
Kettering 3rd 18 5 2 3 7 1 59 53 268
Rushden 3rd 18 4 3 2 9 0 68 54 266
Wollaston 3rd 18 3 3 4 8 0 60 56 244
Weekley and Warkton 3rd 18 4 2 3 9 0 39 58 193
Cogenhoe 2nd 18 1 2 2 13 0 52 54 170

 

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