York Cricket Club is proud to boast one of the strongest junior sections in the county. With over one hundred junior cricketers training and playing competitive matches every week of the junior summer season, the club is a breeding ground for County Club hopefuls and Yorkshire Premier League Champions. The Club has 16 Level 2 Coaches, spearheaded by former International cricketer and ten year Scotland Coach, Jim Love. With some of the finest playing and training facilities to be found anywhere in the North of England, York CC offers the perfect environment for first class and even international cricketers of Tomorrow.
|Under 9 Manager||Ryan Mckendry||Tel: 07547441291, Email: email@example.com|
|Under 11 Manager||Chris Burn||Tel: 07740 214991, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Under 13 Manager||Mark Burn||Tel: 07715 051995, Email: email@example.com|
|Under 15 Manager||Mick Hammerton||Tel: 07955 390503, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|All Stars Activator||Puneet Joharemail@example.com|
|Child Welfare Officer||Rob Flack||Tel: 07764 683443, firstname.lastname@example.org|
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As part of our new website, York Cricket Club has allowed the players the chance to explain a little more about themselves.
All the senior players have answered some straightforward questions on their life inside and outside of the game.
Please use the index above to search through our multi-talented squad to find out just what makes them tick on a Saturday afternoon throughout the summer.
York U13 B’s v Bolton Percy Sun 20th May
York U.13 B beat Bolton Percy by 29 runs.
On a bright and sunny morning York B hosted BP and batted first totalling 128-2 from 20 overs. York’s innings was held together by Noah Watson who retired on 30* and was ably supported by Ben Cressey with 11, Danny Pye with 23, and not out batsmen Edward Barton on 14* and Freddie Iles on 27*. All credit to the Bolton Percy team as they never gave up trying in the field.
Bolton Percy made a valiant attempt to chase down the total and ended on 99-6. Danny Pye again led the York team well and gave all 10 outfielders a bowl with wickets being shared by Billy Urwin, Bertie Schofield, Danny Pye and Freddie Iles. The other two wickets being well executed run outs.
Y&DJCA President’s Cup U15 –SHB v York Fri 18th May
York visited SHB on a pleasant sunny evening and batting first made a very healthy 169-3 from 20 overs. Harvey Gration scored his third 50 of the season and was ably supported by Elliot Watson with 33, Toby Search 10, Elias Smith with 24, and not out batsmen Flynn Southgate with 31 and Tom Matthews with 3. Credit to a young SHB team. They never gave up in the field.
York restricted SHB to 59-8 in their innings with Harvey Gration taking 3 for 9 from 4. Other wicket takers being Elias Smith with 1, Corby Doeg with 1, Alex Try-Banton with 1 and Dan Raubitschek also with 1.
Thanks to SHB for hosting the match and providing an excellent wicket.
York are at home to Yapham in the next round of Presidents cup and they also visit Middlesbrough on Tuesday 22nd in the ECB cup.
York U13B’s v Pocklington Sun 13th May
York B’s visited Pocklington with a number of players unavailable due to exam studies and were invited to bat. York made a respectable 90-5 from their 20 with Jamie Talago holding the innings together with a good 30*, ably supported by Josh Ellis with 13, Ralf Schofield with 8, Lucas Oxley 6 and Aiden Doeg with 11. Special mention to both Aiden Doeg and Billy Urwin who ran at every opportunity in the last over resulting in a number of overthrows- the last over bringing 15 additional runs. Credit to a young Pocklington side for bowling 9 players.
York were gifted a run out in the first over –well executed by both Jamie Talago and Ben Cressey but Pocklington had started at rate of knots and were 37-1 after 6 and York struggling. The introduction of both Aiden Doeg and Edward Barton soon altered the course of the match with 3 quick wickets and Pocklington also lost momentum when their opener had to retire after making a rapid 31* with 6 fours –York keeping a close fielding ring and not covering the short boundary!.
The younger Pocklington batters then struggled to score runs against the York bowlers and ended on 69-6 from 20. York gave all outfielders a bowl and good encouragement was offered at all times by Captain Danny Pye from behind the stumps. Wickets takers were Aiden Doeg with 2, Lucas Oxley with 1 and Edward Barton with 1. York also had 2 good run outs.
Finally thanks to Pocklington for getting the ground playable, following the downpour on Saturday night.
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