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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
******************************************************************HELP NEEDED URGENTLY TO PAINT SIGHTSCREENS AT GODDARD AVENUE END OF OUR GROUND. BRING YOUR OWN WHITE PAINT AND BRUSH WHEN CONVENIENT PLEASE.
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.
EAST YORKSHIRE UNDER 13 LEAGUE CUP FINAL. TOM DOUGLAS' SIDE BEAT DRIFFIELD BY 5 WICKETS AT SUTTON CC
Driff scored 130-6 with Matt Cawley taking 2-21 and Will Sharpe 2-23. It was a good total to defend but some solid batting from Matt 27, Harry Holland 26, Amit Chawla 25 and Tom Douglas 25 ( all compulsory retired not out) took us near for Taylor Wallace to hit the winning runs with 4 balls remaining. It was the third time in 4 years our U13s have won the cup.
A nice touch on social media from umpires Mike Linwood and Derek Chadburn congratulating both teams on a fine display in an exciting final.Well done joint team managers Steve and Trevor for all their hard work this season.
Tom Douglas had a great day playing for Yorkshire Under 13s at Guisborough.Going in at number and 51-5, he scored 79 in 25 overs and then took a stumping and 2 run outs. Yorkshire won by 42 runs.
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.
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
Tough fixture for the Firsts on Saturday at home to Folkton and Flixton CC Crushed by 94 runs. Jack Storey 6-33 in their 216. Guy Martinson 32 in our 122 .We probably need to win 4 or 5 out of the remaining 7 games to ensure promotion back into the Premier Division at the first attempt.
After last week's morale-boosting win for the Seconds, they were away at Driffield Thirds on Saturday. Rain intervened with the match delicately poised. Tom Hales 4-30 in Driff's 238-8. Mighty Marv 53 ,14 year old Sam Elstone 39, TJ 35 not out , left us needing 75 in 16 overs with 6 wickets remaining and short boundaries. 12 points each. Couple of wins could lift us out of relegation area.
NO GAME FOR THE THIRDS THIS SUNDAY AS NORTH FERRIBY SECONDS HAVE ALREADY RESIGNED FROM THE LEAGUE.
Next scheduled game is at home to Sutton CC Thirds on Sunday 30 July with a 1,30pm start. Why not come down to the club for a pint and a muffin?
Probably Thirds need to win at least 3 out of the last 5 games to be promoted..
Under 15s had a comprehensive 44 run win over Beverley at Norwood. Nathan Johnson's 31 not out retired brought his season average to an incredible 201. Sam Elstone 32 no retired, Joshua Moore 26 and Luke Riley 25 took us to an impressive 132-4 in our 20 overs, too many for the Beverley lads who finished on 88-4 with 2 wickets for Tommy Atkinson and 1 each for Amrit Cassim and Nathan Johnson.Sam Elstone's innings for Yorkshire U14s so far this season -- 42no, 68,42no and 50no.Great stuff from Sam, well done lad.
Playing record this season -- 15 games arranged, won 7, lost 3,abandoned 1,opponents conceded 2 we conceded 1 , cancelled1.
We had to cancel final league fixture at Driffield as we only had 3 players available because of holidays, school trips and illness.
Thanks to team manager Steve Bunn for all his hard work, scorer Lyn Riley and all parents/carers for their support. Hope everyone enjoyed the games and outdoor nets continue. Please support the senior teams for the rest of the season.
Under 13 Development squad had a pairs game against Cottingham Girls and won by 21 runs in an enjoyable game for everyone.
The newly-formed ZINGARI NOMADS had a 9 wicket win over the Jai Ho XI in an enjoyable game at Hymers and many thanks to the College for hosting the match. Next game is at Bridlington on Sunday 30 July.at 2pm. Let Secretary Ron Biggs know if you fancy a game.
Great Race Night on April 22nd,well organised by Young Bunny, Callum Hellwig and Tomo, night could have raised nearly £3000 for the club. Thanks to Anita Key for help in obtaining £1000 in matchfunding from Barclays Community Fund and to all race sponsors inc Rodger Booth, Ron Biggs, Ken Lake MBE,Albert and Tammy Hoyle, Thompson's Fish and Chips, Savoy Tyres,The Fantastic CV Company, Mark Rudston, MCCF Hull Hub,Roclad,Barrass Hull Ltd, Barrek Fork Trucks,Kingston Cleaning Services,Yorkshire Demolition,CDY Ceilings, Hall Road Rangers FC and Fairburns Electrical Group. Many thanks to the Douglas family for " on course betting " and to everyone who supported the night. It's what our club is all about. ( 4 figure sum raised behind the bar as well).
SENIOR NETS WEDNESDAYS FROM 6PM. JUNIOR NETS ( THREE LANE PRACTICE FACILITY) FRIDAYS 6PM - 8PM
Well done parent Trevor Douglas and 15 year old junior Nathan Johnson on passing the East Riding Cricket Umpires Association examination..
SUNDAY 20 AUGUST Annual Memorial Match in memory of John Batty/Alan Obridge/ John Mowbray .30 over Vets game, Mike Ulyatt XI v Maurice Atkinson XI. Part of the ECB Cricket Fest 2017.
80 year old Chalkie White will play!
Provisional teams:-- Maurice's side - Neil Goforth Ian Garland Graeme Atkinson Steve Daniels Rob Clubley Dave Cook Mark Richardson Alan Hughes David Atkinson Richard Ingram Martin Watkin 12th man Ewan Atkinson.
Mike's side - Roger Wilson Dave Fairbank Chalkie White Michael Obridge Martin Russell Mike Whitehead Simon Powdrell Stan Pickering Adam Brown Matthew Wilkinson Andy Hamson
Umpires Ken Featherston and Keith Hulland. Scorer Tom Watkin. The Comrade's Cup kindly donated by Ken Lake MBE.
Mike and Maurice would like as many former cricketers to attend and swop reminiscences as possible. PLEASE HELP SPREAD THE WORD. Bar and refreshments will be available all day. . Giant tombola, proceeds to HZCC junior section.
Our CROWD FUNDING initiative started by Mike Ulyatt last September is receiving great support from both within and outside of the club with £4000 either banked or promised and we hope this will grow this summer..
One of our former players, Jon Purr out in Kuala Lumpur, is the proud dad of twin boys born Jan 7th. Many congrats from us all at HZCC JP.
Jon is the first of our former players to take a boundary board at our ground.FRIENDS OF HULL ZINGARI CRICKET CLUB.Will YOU be the second former player to help our finances? Contact Mike Ulyatt for full details.
Congrats to juniors Will Storr, Tom Douglas,Matthew Cawley and Harry Holland who have been offered places on the Bronze Yorkshire Pathways programme. Tom (capt), Matthew, Harry and Will together with Ankit Chawla have also been selected in the 2017 East Yorkshire U13 representative squad together with Nathan Johnson ( Under 15s), Sam Elstone ( U14) and Tom Powdrell ( U12). Great credit to them all for their hard work and for the support of our club coaches in having 8 of our juniors selected.
Trevor Douglas ( Under 13s) and Joff Sowter( Under 11s) have been selected to be in charge of the East Yorkshire District sides in 2017. Well done to both and a great honour for our club.
U11 fixtures v Halifax away June 25;v Heavy Woollen home July 9;vSheffield home July 16; v Wetherby away July 30.
U13 v Bradford home July 23; v Wetherby away July 30; v Aire Wharfe home August 1; v Halifax away August 2;
U15 Upper Airedale away August 7; v Bradford home August 8; vHuddersfield home August 9
Congrats to Hymers College, nominated by The Cricketer mag as one of top 100 cricketing schools in the UK. Proud to have had close connections with the College for 6 years and counting. Mutual benefits for us both. Long may it continue. /
Surprise award for " Our Jack" at YDSCL dinner. Jack Riley was awarded the Lol Morse Memorial Trophy for the outstanding contribution of a youngster in a YDSCL Representative side. Our Hon Sec Ron Biggs received the Trophy from Yorkshire CCC and England all -rounder Tom Bresnan on behalf of Jack
September started off our CROWDFUNDING appeal. ALL senior players and supporters should have received details by post or email with full details of a grand fundraising effort for 2017. It costs £20,000 a year to run our club with over 120 junior and senior fixtures organised each season plus coaching organisation and winter indoor nets for juniors and seniors. Volunteers to run ( and support) a race night, golf day or cricket festival are requested to contact Mike Ulyatt with their offers.£2050 PROMISED SO FAR ( boundary boards, match ball sponsorship,junior fixture card sponsorship, match funding offer).
Early date for your diary -- annual NatWest CricketForce clean -up weekend April 1 and 2. Any ideas of what could be done to any committee member for discussion. New fencing will need painting.
WHO'S FOR A GOLF DAY AT COTTINGHAM PARKS NEXT SUMMER ????TEAMS OF 4 AT £40 PER PLAYER. PROVISIONAL OFFERS OF TEAMS APPRECIATED
The Cricket Committee have agreed that the following is the club policy for cricket kit :---
Playing members should continue to use their existing kit,other than the shirts with no sponsorship details which have been ordered from O'Neills.These will be sold to the players through the club for £10 each.When you wish to replace or add to other clothing , sweaters,hoodies,shorts etc, can you use Drury's as the club's official supplier. Any queries, please see your respective team captain.