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Another Successful Presentation Evening

Saturday 8th November 2014 at Dummer Golf Club

The HNBCC Presentation Evening and Dinner received great support from members and their families and guests.  Thanks to everyone who attended and we hope you enjoyed the evening.  Details of the 2014 awards were as follows:

Awards 2014





1st XI

Ben Thane

Spencer Champ

Kevin Poulter

2nd XI

Sam Bruin

Kish Parmar

Will Buckingham

3rd XI

Luca Wade

Barry Goodman

Luke Simpson

4th XI

Nick Harding

 Ollie May

Alex Stewart

Jack Bland Trophy Young Player in senior cricket - Kieron Thompson

Chairman's Cup - Kev Poulter

Clubman of the Year - Jeremy Stewart

Posted at 16:08:PM on Tuesday 11 November 2014

Things are looking greener!!!

For those of you who have not been up to the ground at Hook since the end of the season, transformation has been made to the outfield on three sides of the square to improve the drainage and, as the ditches have been dispensed with, increase slightly its size.  Hopefully, the ground will be fully operable by the start of the 2015 League season.  See below how things have changed since the middle of October....

Before (mid October)


After (9th November)


Posted at 13:55:PM on Tuesday 11 November 2014

Outfield becomes a desert as drainage works get under way




Posted at 16:44:PM on Thursday 11 September 2014

HNBCC hosts England VI team

About 150 supporters turned up to witness the rather unique format of cricket played by the visually impaired (VI), as an eclectic HNBCC team took on the England VI squad, coached by our very own Ross Hunter.  The match itself was a very close affair with HNBCC chasing down the England VI XI total of 164 with 4 wickets to spare in the penultimate over, largely thanks to 50 from Will Gee who most impressively adapted to the style of play. Ross said that this was a great workout for his squad, especially in sharpening up their fielding skills in advance of the VI World Cup in South Africa in October.  The event was supported by the Hampshire Cricket Board and featured a speed bowling machine and coaching sessions for our colts, a Hog Roast and Barbecue, Tombola, Bouncey Castle and an impressive array of salads and cakes.  It was a great sporting and social event and emphasised HNBCC's commitment to supporting disability cricket and colts cricket in Hampshire.

See pictures in the Gallery.

Posted at 19:22:PM on Monday 18 August 2014


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