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Great Bank Holiday!
Tuesday 26th May


The first XI were away to Banbury IIs. Bowling first, Brickhill's openers Jhala & Humphries bowled with good control to restrict scoring before spin duo Ahad Khan (3-32) & Iqbal John (4-60) helped bowl Banbury out for 171 off 48 overs. In reply Mark Nelson (50) & Graeme Carter (56) led the reply as the total was reached for the loss of 6 wickets in 37 overs. Brickhill remain unbeaten in the league and are 3rd in the table.

The second XI were at home to Kingston Bagpuize and finished with a one-sided winning draw. A young Brickhill side containing 5 under 18s were put into bat first with Richard Winchester (46) continuing his good start to the season. After being dismissed, youngsters Adam Harwood (67) & Harry Kearns (32) played positively to lay an strong foundation for Arran Aris (42*) to attack the bowlers and declare on 272-7 after 51 overs. In reply, Kingston were not overly interested in chasing the runs and wickets were difficult to come by on a good batting pitch but spinner Hamid Miah (3-52) & James Clark (4-35) stuck to their task well to leave Kingston on 157-8 off 49 overs, Brickhill taking 19 points and remaining top of division 4.

The third XI were at home to Edlesborough and suffered their first loss of the season. Batting first, Brickhill struggled on a difficult pitch with Chris Jones (95*) the only significant scorer as they posted 168-5 off 44 overs. In reply runs were easier to come by for the away team as Jack Woodhouse (2-40) was the pick of the bowlers by couldn't stop a 4 wicket defeat.

Brickstock 2015!

Sunday 24th May saw the club host the 3rd annual Brickstock festival. Despite the forecast, the event was another huge success with hundreds of people attending the event and with the sun managing to come out for parts of the day and with little rain, much fun was had by all with the live music, food, drinks & kids entertainment. Many thanks to all that attended the event and for all those who volunteered in the organising, set-up and helping out on the day, it couldn't have happened without you!

Another Dominant Weekend!
Tuesday 19th May


The 1st XI were at home to Cumnor, ending in a hard fought win. Asked into bat, Mark Nelson (50), Graeme Carter (28) & Doug Aris (26) made starts but regular wickets left Brickhill at 120-5 before Anton De Beer produced a superb counter attacking exhibition, launching 82 off 53 balls to help Brickhill post 273-7 off 53 overs. In reply, Cumnor struggled and lost early wickets, reeling at 50-5 before a hundred run partnership brought hope but George Humphries (5-94) & Julian Blackwell (3-39) broke the partnership and bowled Cumnor out for 205.

The 2nd XI were away to Stokenchurch CC and won comfortably. Batting first, Pat Prasad (51), Richard Winchester (53), Barry Webb (43), Greg MacDonald (59*) & Arran Aris (59) all batted well to help post 311-5 - declared after 48 overs. In reply, despite a rapid start from the home side, James Alridge took his second consecutive 5 wicket hall (5-25), supported by Hamid Miah (3-23) to bowl out Stokenchurch for 148.

The 3rd XI were away to North Crawley 3rd XI and won by 96 runs. Batting first on a difficult wicket, Jilesh Pattini top scored with 36, supported by Gary Phillips (26) & Austin John (26) as Brickhill were all out for 166. In reply, the North Crawley side had no answer to young Austin John as he took 5-22, supported by Ali Khan (2-3) as they were all out for 70.


The National Village Cup side played their first match of 2015 against Stoke Green at home. Batting first, Brickhill lost early wickets cheaply before George Morris (37), Greg MacDonald (40) and Arjun Jhala (37*) helped guide Brickhill to 230-8 off 40 overs. In reply, Arjun Jhala (1-19-6) & George Humphries (2-20-7) bowled with excellent control to restrict scoring to force mistakes as Greg MacDonald (3-14) helped bowl Stoke Green out for 148.

The Beds Sunday First XI were at Stoke Hammond against Caldecotte CC. Bowling first, Brickhill bowled Caldecotte out for 117 and successfully chased them for the loss of only 2 wickets.

The Beds Sunday Second XI were away to Eggington IIs and lost by 32 runs. Eggington posted 215-9 and Brickhill in reply were only able to reach 186-6.

A special mention to Sue Marshall (above) for providing 2 outstanding teas this weekend, greatly appreciated by all!

Early Success Continues
Tuesday 12th May


The 1st XI had their first cherwell division 1 game away to Leighton Buzzard, ending in a solid winning draw. Put into bat, Mark Nelson (43), George Morris (34) & Doug Aris (107) batted extremely well to help post 272-6 off 51 overs. In reply, Leighton struggled with the asking rate but were defiant as Julian Blackwell (4-33) took 4 of the 6 wickets lost as Leighton posted 164-6 off 45 overs.

The 2nd XI were at home to Leighton Buzzard IIs and won comfortably. Bowling first, James Aldridge took 6-30 as the Leighton Batsmen had no answer to his excellent spell as they were bowled out for 134 in 43 overs. In reply, Barry Webb (64) and Greg MacDonald (31*) helped see Brickhill home with 7 wickets spare.

The 3rd XI were at home to New Bradwell IIs and won by 64 runs. Glenn Burrows top scored with 64 as Brickhill posted 170-7 off 44 overs. In reply, James Wagg took 4-33 and was well supported with Austin John and Gary Phillips each taking 2 wickets as Bradwell were bowled out for 106.


The 1st XI were at home to Flitwick IIs. Batting first, Anton De Beer dispatched the bowling to all parts on his way to 159 as Brickhill posted 305-7 off 40 overs. In reply, Arjun Jhala took 4-26, supported by Doug Aris & Gary Phillips each taking 2 wickets as Flitwick were bowled out for 153.

The 2nd XI were away to Potton and narrowly lost by 5 runs. Bowling first, James Wagg took 3-35 and was well supported by Luke Lathwell, John Boyd & Ali Khan, each taking 2 wickets but Potton posted 262 in 37 overs. In reply Harry Kearns (98) and Andrew Mitchell (78) batted very well but couldn't quite reach the target, ending on 256-9 runs off 40.

Strong Start to the Season!
Mon 27th April

Great start to our Saturday season on 17th April with the 1st XI and 2nd XI both winning their opening fixtures against Tiddington CC & Kempston Methodists CC.
Impressive perfomances from Doug Aris (85), Ahad Khan (5 wickets) and Arjun Jhala (4 wickets and 40) in the first team.
The second team enjoyed a lot of succes with Patrick Prasad (75), Arran Aris (50), Greg MacDonald (46) and Ali Khan (5 wickets).

Saturday 25th April saw the first XI face a stern test against Home Counties side Banbury. GBCC restricted Banbury to 215-6 off 45 overs with John Iqbal & George Humphries the pick of the bowlers. In reply, debutant and opener Mark Nelson scored a quick 46 alongside Lawrence Armstrong (40) before the middle order were removed cheaply to leave Anton De Beer (44*) and John Iqbal too much to do as Brickhill finished on 202-6 off their 45 overs.

The second XI beat Dunstable Town IIIs by 150 runs. Batting first, Arran Aris (92), Adam Boad (56), Pat Prasad (46) & Andy Ward (47*) batted well to post 302-4 off 40 overs. In reply, Lee Morgan and Julian Blackwell took a wicket a piece and kept the runs downs before James Clarke & Drew Burrows took 2 wickets each to ensure Dunstable could only reach 151-8 in reply.

The third XI had their first league game of the season against North Crawley IIIs and won by 46 runs. Batting first, Brickhill posted 239-5 off 44 overs with Matt Ward (67*), Adam Harwood (53), Glenn Burrows (56) the main contributors. In reply Adam Harwood (3-31) was the pick of the bowlers but was well supported by Gary Phillips, James Alridge & Ali Khan, each with 2 wickets as North Crawley were all out for 193.

GBCC Outdoor Training
Mon 6th April

Adult cricket training is to commence on Wednesday 8th April at 6:15pm, this includes U14 & U15 age groups. After this session there will be a captains meeting at the club to run through objectives and important information for players, this will also provide the chance for payment of earlybird discounted membership. There will be one final saturday outdoor net session on 11th April at 2pm before Saturday matches begin and training will continue on Wednesday evenings.

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