Gerrards Cross Cricket Club News pages

18 Nov 2015 : Cricket Club AGM
Dear Member

Please find attached a link to the agenda for Monday's AGM and minutes of the last AGM. I look forward to seeing you at the club at 8pm on Monday 23rd November.

Minutes of the AGM 2014.docx
GXCC AGM 23rd November 2015_final.docx

I would also like to notify Members that the Sports Club AGM has been postponed to 8pm Monday 25th January 2016 at the clubhouse.

Gerrards Cross Sports Club AGM Notice 2015 171115-1.pdf

Best wishes


05 Nov 2015 : GXCC AGM 2015
Dear All

I would like to give notice that the AGM will be held at the clubhouse on Monday 23rd November at 8.00pm. Papers will be circulated shortly.

Members may also wish to know that the AGM for the Sports club, of which the cricket section is part, will occur at 8pm on Monday 7th December also at the clubhouse.

Kind regards


02 Sep 2015 : 3rd XI Crowned TVCL Division 9B Champions
3rd XI Crowned TVCL Division 9B Champions

On Saturday 22nd August, GXCC ‘Threes’ were promoted as Division 9B Champions of the TVCL. 

Unbeaten throughout the season the ‘Threes’ have one game left against Princes Risborough on September 5th. If they win or draw this match, they will be the only team in the 18 Thames Valley Leagues to go through an entire season unbeaten - quite an accomplishment! 

Skipper, Giles Giggins would like to thank everyone who has played for the team over the past three seasons. Since its revival, the team has given many players who hadn’t played for years, and developing colts - some from the Under 13's - the opportunity to play league cricket. 

This season, Ted Bracey (Under 16s), Anooj Mehta (Under 15s), Niall McCarthy (Under 16s), Zain Khan (Under 13’s) and Joel Abbot (Under 13’s) not only played for the team, but really competed, destroying some top batsmen with their bowling skills!

26 Jul 2015 : 1st XI Crowned T20 Champions
1st XI Crowned T20 Champions

Gerrards Cross were crowned HCPCL T20 Champions for the first time on Sunday beating Slough and Banbury in bowl-outs.

With rain forecast all day, the chances of playing any kind of match were practically non-existent, so the competition was moved indoors.

Banbury triumphed in the first semi-final beating Reading, with skipper Luke Ryan claiming the decisive ‘hit’.

Joe Bracey struck once and AJ Woodland twice as the Cross claimed a 3-2 win over Slough in the second semi-final.

The final, however, was much more tense and was almost too much for the travelling Cross supporters. After each team had bowled their ten deliveries the score was tied at 3-all and the final now entered sudden death.

Both teams hit with their next two deliveries to take the score to 5-all. Banbury’s heads dropped as Lloyd Sabin missed, before Woodland struck to give the Cross a 6-5 win.

The Cross will now play Colchester & East Essex CC in the Area Semi-Finals at Ealing CC on Sunday 2nd August.

24 May 2015 : Code of Conduct
Dear Members

I just wanted to remind all players and parents that as club we have a code of conduct that we expect all members and spectators to abide with. This code can be found on our website, we also want to play aggressively but fairly as set out in the MCC Spirit of Cricket. I hope you are enjoying the season so far and wish you well for the rest of the season.

Kind regards

Chairman GXCC