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Jake Impresses back in Australia

Departing oversea player Jake Winter has really impressed back in his home country. Having only a week to get ready for the Australian season he has continued where he left off whilst playing for South Wilts.  Scoring over 700 runs in 12 games including 4 hundreds, he was recognised as a young talented cricketer and […]

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South Wilts CC – AGM

South Wilts Cricket Club Annual General Meeting is confirmed for Monday 21st November at South & South Wilts Sports Club starting at 7:30pm. 

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Opening night success at the Ageas Bowl

The U16’s have won two of their opening three matches in the NatWest Under-16 Indoor Cricket League at the Ageas Bowl. They began with an emphatic Jayden Atkinson (3-8) inspired five-wicket win over Bournemouth, but made hard work of beating a young Fair Oak side in their follow up match. South Wilts found reigning champions Compton & […]

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Junior Awards 2016

Our Juniors celebrated another successful season on Friday evening. There were awards for both boys and girls sections.   Boys U15 Player of the Year – Jack Stearman U15 Coach’s Player of the Year – Ben Huntley U15 Batsman of the Year – Jack Stearman U15 Bowler of the Year – Jayden Atkinson U13 Most Improved – […]

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Annual presentation awards 2016

Clubman of the year – Tom Pearce Young clubman of the year – Ben Draper Presidents award – Paul Draper U21 young player of the year – Sam Arnold 1st XI player of the year – Jack Mynott 2nd XI player of the year – Sam Arnold 3rd XI player of the year – Jon […]

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Youngster swoop county awards 

South Wilts youngsters were out in force at the Wiltshire Cricket Presentation Evening held at Devizes Town Hall on Friday. Matthew Falconer (U10), Benji Tucker (U12), Edward Wade (U13) and Akram Ghauri (U15) were amongst the batting and bowling individual performance award winners. Player of the Year Awards were awarded to – Poppy Sladen – […]

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Club captain Hayward remains positive despite missing out on silverware

South Wilts skipper James Hayward remains upbeat despite his side’s failure in landing a remarkable fifth successive ECB Southern Premier League title.They eventually finished fourth, some distance behind title winners Havant, who had lagged in South Wilts’ shadow in recent seasons. He said: “We are always disappointed not to win the league, it’s one of […]

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1s hit by Lightning in penultimate league game

SOUTH Wilts’ final home match of the season against Bashley (Rydal) at Bemerton was abandoned less than an hour after start due to the threat of lightning from a storm brewing on Salisbury plain. Acting under ECB weather regulations, umpires John Leckie and Dean Daniels twice took the players off the field before eventually abandoning […]

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