Saturday 20th July
1st XI v Thornbury CC – Away
2nd XI v Painswick- Home
3rd XI v Rockhampton – Away
4th XI v Chalford – Home
Sunday 21st July
Frocester Ladies (Softball XI) v Stroud – Away (10.00am)
Frocester Ladies (Hardball XI) v Bristol Phoenix – Home (St Peters Field – 2.00pm)
Frocester Sunday XI v The Longhorns – Home – 2.00pm
Frocester ladies (Hardball XI)
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Friday 9th August – Pounds Close Pavilion from 7.00pm
The night is open house to all those that travelled on this years tour and any previous tours over the years. An opportunity to reflect and chat with friends in comfort recounting the many stories of previous good times.
It will also be an opportunity to discuss another trip should you wish to think about one in 2021. Emma from Virgin Holidays, who looked after us so well on this years trip will be there with, hopefully, with a rough idea of prices. Cedric Lynch from The Barbados Tourism Board has also promised to be in attendance.
All in all just a fun and relaxing evening.
This night and tour is open to non members of the club, and cricketers are especially welcome, whoever you play for! If we cannot get enough players don’t worry as we will still go. Both North Stars and Isolation Cavaliers are willing to entertain us for the day in some other way shape or form. Sounds like a big party to me!
For the next trip (?) we would be looking to depart on Saturday 27th February 2021, returning on Saturday 13th March (Landing Sunday morning, 14th).
We will be looking to stay all inclusive at The Barbados Beach Club in Maxwell. Many of you previous tourists will be familiar with the BBC as we have enjoyed several stays at this hotel.
To date we have received feedback from some 30 people who have already indicated they want to go in 2021
A message from the chairman
“I just wanted to thank everyone who contributed to the last two weekends. The Saturday Pink Day and the Ladies & Girls Festival Pink Day were a great success. Many people worked so hard to put the events on and so successful was it, that just over £2,000 was raised in total over the two days. I am sure you will agree that this was a great effort and shows the tremendous spirit in our club. So many individuals put in special efforts, too many to name actually, but however you contributed once again a huge thank you”.
John Evans (Chairman).
Frocester on film
Click here to view the recent film made by The Guardian. The first part of the film shows the ever improving cricket scene in Wales and the 2nd half features the growth of women’s cricket, filmed on location at Frocester at the recent, hugely successful, Women’s Soft Ball Tournament!
Click here to go straight to the pavilion project page where there is a record of all the building work carried out.
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above: The old ‘Shack’