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Hull Zingari Cricket Club



HULL ZINGARI CC SPONSORS IN 2017 

                 

CLUB SPONSORS WILL ONCE AGAIN BE  - 4CANDLES


MATCHBALL SPONSORS WILL BE

KCOM (2)   Richard Farr     Jane Lyon      Jeff Jackson

Kavitha Tharian.......... Ken Lake  MBE

Sam Smith   Les Spencer

BOUNDARY-FENCE   A-BOARDS

Thompson Fish and Chip Shop... Savoy Tyres AutoCentres... Jon Purr

MKM Building Supplies Ltd

JUNIOR FIXTURE CARD SPONSOR

Savoy Tyres AutoCentre

MATCH FUNDING

BARCLAYS COMMUNITY FUND   ( AnitaKey)

Special thanks to the Children's University Hull , Comic Relief and to Johnstone's Decorating Centre Hull. 

         









All offers of support gratefully accepted                 

   AN ECB CLUBMARK FAMILY-ORIENTATED CLUB

CONTINUING TO VALUE ITS VOLUNTEERS


Secretary’s Report for Season 2017 

Our Club in the main had a very successful 2017 season. We welcomed several new players to the club at the start of the season all of whom performed and fitted into all the teams very well. There were league titles won, junior cups, and a 6 a side competition win, but the highlight of them all was the First XIs promotion and immediate return to the Premier League after last seasons relegation. 

The first team led by Club Captain Alastair Markham impressively topped the table all season and finished 66 points clear of second placed Folkton and Flixton. There were some close exciting finishes during the season and some excellent individual performances from the players. The season was a real squad effort as everyone contributed in games at vital times during the season.

Worthy of special mention was Jack Storey’s statistics. Jack made over 1100 runs which included 3 centuries a 97 and 85, he was also our leading wicket taker with 44 wickets. Other outstanding century makers were Guy Martinson 117no and Matthew Bunn 115no.

The seasons last home match was fittingly celebrated at the club when everyone enjoyed an excellent Hog Roast evening hosted by our President Rodger Booth.  

Our 2nd  XI were unfortunately relegated from Division 2. Simon Powdrill had to resign the captaincy mid-season, and we were very lucky and indebted to Thomas Elstone who on his summer break agreed to captain for the remainder of the season. Tom had a rough baptism due to weak availability and his 2 opening bowlers playing the majority of games in the First XI. However to everyone’s credit we fulfilled all the fixtures and we hope for better results in 2018.

The 3rd XI under Captain Jason Kemp had an excellent season and won their league. They headed the table all season and clinched the title in the final match of the season. All the games in this league are played on a Sunday and this greatly helps our availability, the team has a good balance of seniors and juniors, games are played in a good spirit and seems to be enjoyed by everyone.

We had some social games at the club, we celebrated our past friends and colleagues with our Annual Memorial game in memory of John Mowbray, Alan Obridge and John Batty. Past players brought their gear out of mothballs and the day was  enjoyed by everyone who attended. We also had a Junior Festival Sunday with an U9 Competition in the morning followed with a Dad’s v Lads game in the afternoon. 

Our Junior Section continues to thrive and be successful and we have some exciting, promising and very enthusiastic young cricketers in all the teams.

Our U13s won a junior cup and also the Indoor Junior League, other age groups did well and were competive in their respective competitions.

Many thanks for another junior initiative The Junior All Stars. There were regularly up to 20 U9’s all excellently being coached by Roger Wilson, Simon Powdrill and Mike Ulyatt on Sunday mornings at the club. 

A number of our older juniors have regularly appeared in our senior teams on a Saturday which bodes well for the future.     

Once again we extend our sincere thanks to Steve Bunn for his massive work in organising  the 3rd XI and junior teams, it is greatly appreciated by all at the club and all the parents.

The Cricket Committee would also like to thank our captains, players and members for their help and support. Our sincere thanks also to our sponsors and our President Rodger Booth and his Vice President contacts. These generous donations enable us to continue as a successful cricket club. 

I could not end this report without paying personel tribute to all of the people who do the work behind the scenes. I cannot do a complete list, so if your name is not here you are still highly regarded. My thanks to :- Our President/Treasurer, Chairman, and Committee members. The team captains, managers, coaches. Our groundstaff. To parents, carers grandparents and team members who unselfishly give lifts. Match ball sponsors, Mike Ulyatt for our media coverage and fundraising and Matt Bramall for our excellent website. Last but not least our scorers and umpires

Many thanks to you all

Ron Biggs  Hon Secretary

September 19th 2017

Dates for your diary :-

Junior Presentation Evening in Clubhouse  T.B. A.    

Cricket A.G.M. Upstairs Bar @ Clubhouse Monday  October 30th   7.15 for 7.30pm.

Annual General Meeting

I hereby give notice that the 122nd A.G.M. of the Hull Zingari Cricket Club will be held in the Upstairs Bar at the Clubhouse on Monday October 30th 7.15 for 7.30 pm. Please try to attend.

Nominations for the posts of Captains and Vice Captains for the 1st, 2nd and 3rd XI’s are now invited. They should be sent to Secretary Ron Biggs either addressed to me at the club or to my home address 7 Mead Walk, Anlaby Park Hull HU4 6XL. Nominations should be signed by the Proposer, Seconder and by the nominated person.



                              




What a season for our club -- Under 13s winners of the East Yorkshire Cup, Firsts promoted back into the YDSCL Premier League at the first attempt and winners of the Welton and Brough CC Sixes and now the Third team win the Sunday Conference East title.

6 players from our title-winning First and Third XIs feature in the YDSCL end of season averages. JACK STOREY  tops the batting averages from all 15 divisions with 1126 runs at 66.24 and he also features in Division One top 10 bowling averages  with 43 wickets at 17.67. Great season Jack. JON HYDE ( 9) and GARY ABDUL (8) are in the Top 10 fielding catches in Division One. ZAHEER BUTT ( 32.56) and 15 year old NATHAN JOHNSON ( 21.33) are both in the top 10 batting averages in the Conference Sunday East Division and skipper JASON KEMP  is in the top 10 bowling averages with 11 wickets at 19.82. 

65 senior and 47 junior fixtures arranged this year. Well done Secretary Ron Biggs and junior manager Steve Bunn,  committee,coaches Roger Wilson Matthew Bunn ,Simon Powdrell and  Trevor Douglas  and their helpers, groundsman Barry, all our scorers , umpires and supporters, sponsors and parents and of course all  captains and players who turned out for the club. WE ARE A TEAM AND A GREAT CLUB.


Ann Ulyatt has nominated us for a Skipton Building Society Grass Roots Giving award of £500 for junior coaching and out of 700+ entries we have been shortlisted for an award, the only organisation in Hull to be nominated. Results depend on the number of votes cast so please vote for us at  www.skipton GrG.co.uk before October 13.


Great to receive a grant of £660 from Comic Relief 17 for coaching courses  to increase  the number of  active ECB coaches at our club to 10. Please let Steve Bunn know if you are interested in taking the ECB Coaching Course this winter. Alex Dale is the first to enrol.

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We are the longest-established cricket club within  the city and have played under the SAME  name since our foundation in 1896. We are an ECB Clubmark club and since 1910 we have played at the Hull and East Riding Sports Club on Chanterlands Avenue and share excellent playing and social facilities with football, badminton, squash and road running clubs.Also on twitter   @hullzingaricc and on Facebook. 

We field 3 senior teams each weekend in the York and District Senior Cricket League  and a Social side and we  have a thriving junior section with softball  and hard ball coaching for boys and girls aged 5-15 as well as competitive cricket with other clubs in the area.Team clothing  for junior and senior players and supporters( shirts, sweaters,hoodies, leisure) can be ordered direct from our suppliers O'Neills

www.oneills.com/shop-by-team/cricket.

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