This years indoor pre-season nets have been booked!!! Time to drag the bag out the loft, finally wash those whites you left in there after the last game of the summer and spray some WD40 …
ALL WELCOME 23rd April and 30th April 18:30 – 20:00, to be held at Ames Levett Sports Centre, Canterbury.
We will be having 3 sessions in the nets at St Lawrence Ground, Canterbury, new players are very welcome to come along. They will be on three Tuesday evenings in April, 10th, 17th & 24th, …
It was a lovely afternoon at Tilmanstone, but after a light drizzle in the morning and overcast conditions, Tilmanstone won the toss and elected to field. Eastry’s attempt to set a decent score in their …
It was a young team who took the short journey to St Margaret’s on a sunny yet cold afternoon. Eastry lost the toss and were put into bat on a pitch which looked slight damp …
After electing to bat first, Margate struggled to impose themselves in a quiet first 10 overs. Gareth Friend and Roger Hill restricting the home side. However a flurry of runs from Perez and Kirk upped the run rate and capitalised on some wayward Eastry bowling and fielding. Brooks and Dewell closed the innings strongly with some big hits towards the end. Smalley, Eastman and the returning Friend helped limit the damage. Margate posted 211-7.
Eastry started poorly in reply losing two quick wickets before Spong and Friend began the rebuild. Friend went on to increase the run rate to 8-an-over with some lusty blows. Smit proved the mainstay of the innings, building a patient top score of 66. He was joined by Kenton, and together put on a partnership of 70. Eastman then calmly finished the innings with 5 overs to spare.
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Eastry won the toss and put Canterbury into bat on a fast drying track. Matt Deveson and Dave Waring took the new ball, with Deveson picking up two early wickets despite being erratic with his line and length. Canterbury struggled to adjust to the pace of the pitch and fell to a score of 79-7, with metronomic precision bowling from Andy Betts, and Mark Graves’ penetrating seam bowling picked up 3 wickets in his 6 overs. After a lower order rally from Minter and Apps, Canterbury finished on 145 all out which many believed was a very good score for the pitch.
In rapidly decreasing temperatures Eastry took their turn to bat and openers Aaron Friend and Kevin Deveson went about creating a solid platform to chase down Canterbury’s total. After three quick wickets Eastry were in a precarious position at 45-4, however a partnership of 46 from Gareth Friend and Matt Deveson steadied the ship at a score of 91-5. After a tense final 10 overs, in which Eastry required 4 an over, Matt Deveson managed to hit the winning runs with only 6 balls to spare, sealing a well deserved victory for Eastry and capping off a great contest.
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Quiz Night: Saturday 23rd March 7 for 7:30 pm start at Woodnesborough FC. Please let Roger Hill (01304 813787) know if you want a table. £5 per head. Bar available – Bring own food
Nets: Tuesday 2nd, 9th & 16th April at Kent CCC Ground – 7-8:30 pm £3 per person
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August 31, 2012
On Sat 25th, Eastry beat Star by 2 wickets thanks to 79 not out from Kev Dev. On Sunday, Eastry beat Pegasus by about 70 runs thanks to 50 from Aero and 120 not out by Ned G out of a total of 244 for 9
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Eastry Pigeons won the annual 6-a-Side at last!! They beat Betteshangar off the last ball of the day!
Thanks to all those who made the the day a success. This event would not have been possible without a lot of hard work from “The Groundsman” and we were able to complete the day in spite of a heavy shower. Also thanks to all who helped with teas and those who provided cakes. Thanks also to raffle ticket sellers, scorers & umpires.
Many thanks to all the sides as well – some great cricket played in a fantastic spirit.
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The Annual Eastry CC 6-a-side tournament is being held on 29th July (assuming summer is here by then!).
Please let me know if you would like to enter a team
Roger Hill 07966 130531
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