Hethersett CC look to future
HETHERSETT and Tas Valley Cricket Club will be stepping into the unknown next season with two teams in the newly-expanded Norfolk Alliance.The club's annual meeting heard that the first team will be playing in division three after winning promotion from the Norfolk League first division, with the seconds playing in the newly-formed division six.
HETHERSETT and Tas Valley Cricket Club will be stepping into the unknown next season with two teams in the newly-expanded Norfolk Alliance.
The club's annual meeting heard that the first team will be playing in Division Three after winning promotion from the Norfolk League first division, with the seconds playing in the newly-formed Division Six.
The third team will continue playing in the Norfolk League.
Chairman Tony Smith reported on the "most successful season in the club's history" and looked to a financially sound future.
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A new social committee was set up to organise fund-raising events and Sean Barker was appointed to the new position of Director of Youth Cricket.
Next season the club will be running youth teams at U11, U13, U15 and U17 levels. It was also reported that the two pitches at Flordon are in their best-ever condition.
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The club has also been invited to take part in the prestigious Carter Cup Knockout tournament and have been drawn at home to Bradfield in the first round.
"It is an honour for us to be invited to take part and says much for the work put in to establish the club in Norfolk cricket," said club secretary Richard Ellis.
Officers elected at the meeting were: President, Duncan Pigg; Vice-President, Harold Kerslake; Chairman, Tony Smith; Vice-Chairman, David Johnson; Secretary, Richard Ellis; Fixtures and Results Secretary, Richard Ellis; Selection Secretary, Matt Ellis; Treasurer, Sue Ellis; First Team Captain, Matt Ellis; Second Team Captain, Dave Austin; Third Team Captain, Duncan Shearwood; Director of Youth Team Cricket, Sean Barker; Groundsmen, Richard Ellis, Richard Ellis snr, Assad Abbas, Lee King; Bar Manager, Al Watts.
The club starts nets for the coming season early in the
Sessions for senior players only will take place at Easton College on January 11 and 18, February 1 and 22 and March 1.
Nets for seniors and juniors combined will take place on March 22 and 29 and April 5. All sessions take place between 5pm and 6.30pm.
New players are welcome and more information is available from club secretary Richard Ellis on 01508 470919.