Advance notice of forthcoming events…further details to follow.
Time to get your walking shoes on and once again barge into other peoples houses, eat their food and drink their wine. In kinder terms it is the popular annual event otherwise known as the Safari Supper again. Friday 5th July 6.30pm meet at the pavilion. £20 per person. To include a two course meal and a glass of prosecco with your hosts and finishing with desserts at the club
A request please….. We are looking for people to be a host at this year’s event. So if you live in Frocester, Eastington, Leonard Stanley, Kings Stanley, Coaley or Uley and would like to be a host can you let someone at the club know please as soon as possible.
Pink Day / Against Breast Cancer
Frocester Cricket Club have joined in the campaign ‘Against Breast Cancer’ and will be holding a Pink Day on Saturday June 22nd. The first XI are at home to Corsham CC who we hoping will be joining in. The players will be wearing pink and that may include pads, caps, shirts, bat handles etc etc. A host of merchandise will be available and details on ordering players kit and other items for the day will be published soon. Please make a note however in your diaries to come along and support this event.
The club will be organising food along with some live music after the game.
An opportunity to join in the fun from ‘Chairman Evo’
Woman’s Soft Ball Cricket at Frocester CC. Commenced on Monday 15th April , 18.30 – 20.00 hours.
Come along and join in. These evenings run throughout most of the summer. Contact John Evans on 07817 946166 or at firstname.lastname@example.org to join or for further details.
For new and existing players (14+) / No prior cricket experience required / Social and fun / Softball and hardball teams.
The tourist have returned all safe and sound from yet another successful trip over the sea to the hot and sunny Caribbean. No doubt you will hear of many tales of great times of fun and laughter, drunkenness and harmless frolics combined with cricket throughout the summer. More to follow in the near future including pictures.
Cricket was the winner of course and the boys recorded two victories in the three games played this year. Victory at North Stars and B.N.O.C with a defeat at the hands of Isolation Cavaliers. Fair to say we triumphed in all three of the aftermath parties with the karaoke, dancing and drinking.
Such is the reputation of Frocester Cricket Club on this magical island that we have been invited to play in a T20 tournament in 2021, with various other Caribbean teams each of which are being formed with current and past Windies cricketers with such names as Chris Gayle, Ashley Nurse, Carlos Brathwaite, Jason Holder and Shivnarine Chanderpaul all mentioned. Exalted company indeed and a great honour to be approached. Maybe a step too far however but who knows?
We are confident however that another tour will take place in 2021, which will be the 15th tour since it’s inauguration back in 1992. Prices being available in the next few weeks and more details will be available certainly by sometime in April. The earlier we can book our places and pay a small deposit the better rate we can obtain plus longer to save! Think about it over the coming weeks or so and make yourself known if you are interested. To Tony Bray in the first instance who will gather names of interested persons to see if it is indeed viable.
Presentation Evening – Saturday November 3rd
A selection of pictures from the presentation evening. Thanks to Gloucestershire County Cricket Club Captain, Chris Dent for presenting the awards.
Above: John Evans, Ali Downey and Chris Dent.
Below the award winners encompassing and representing the under 13’s, Under 19’s, the title winning 2nd XI. Clubman of the year Rich Tuck. The ladies softball team and Jane Pain & Maggie Mukasa from ‘The House’ committee. Apologies if anyone has been missed.
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!
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above: The old ‘Shack’