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CRICKET CLUB
Welcome to Hinton Charterhouse Cricket Club 2017   The Club is located in the centre of the village just off Branch Road. The entrance is about 200 metres from the main road that runs through the village at the cross roads with Wellow Lane. The Club boasts one of the most picturesque grounds in the area, with great wickets to match the setting.  The beautiful ground is in a prime location bounded by tall mature trees, with the Clubhouse and Millennium Green on one side and the grounds of Hinton House on the other side.  The Club House has changing rooms, lounge, licensed bar and shaded veranda and is designed for disabled use.   HCCC is a Members Club with a charitable status run entirely by non-paid volunteers.  We welcome Members from the age of 7 to 80 playing in any one of our 8 weekly teams, according to age and ability.  Non playing Members are also welcome at the Clubhouse. PLAYING AND SOCIAL MEMBERS: New Member welcome in any one of the following teams: Saturday 1st and 2nd teams: Wiltshire League Sunday League: NSCL Sunday Friendly Midweek Team: daytime and Wednesday evening 20-20 matches U19s T20 League Youth U15, U13, U11: Bath & District Cricket League Youth U9s or U7: Sunday Tournaments The Club has a full fixtures list and in a typical season plays a total of about 90 games, of which around 75 are at home. See our web site www.hccc.play-cricket.com for more details.  We are always on the lookout for umpires, scorers, help preparing the ground or help making the odd match tea and would welcome contact from anyone interested in joining us this season. WINTER NETS 2017: Venue: Beechen Cliff School Dates: Youth Members Sat. 4th Feb – Sat. 1st April U7s & U9s 9.30-10.30 U11s & U13s 10.30-11.30 Dates: Adult Members Sat. 4th Feb – Sat. 8th April U15s & U19s 11.30-12.30 Adults 11.30-12.30 Club History: Cricket in Hinton has a long history.  Robin Robertson Glasgow’s family diaries speak of the village playing (and losing) way back in the mid-19th century.  In those days it would be the blacksmith, the local squire and the vicar each having a hand in it.  However, we don't have to go that far back in our records to find that the vicar of the day insisted that
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the Sunday matches ended in time for the teams to attend the evening service; he must have owned the lawn mower to have wielded such power! For the last twenty years we have cultivated youth cricket and the Youth Section is now fully integrated into the club, with over 100 Members playing in either the U15s, U13s U11s, U9s or U7s age groups.   If interested in joining us please contact either: Chris Howard chris.howard@hintoncharterhousecc.net  or Katie Borton  katie@hintoncharterhousecc.net    Hinton Charterhouse CC  2017: Club Chairman   Hugh Brooker Chairman of Cricket Committee Chris Howard Hon. Secretary Katie Borton Hon. Treasurer  Katie Borton Memberships Secretary Chris Howard Fixtures Secretary  Mark Fricker Head of Social & Promotions Committee  Hugh Brooker Publicity Officer  Richard Newport Head of Youth Cricket  Tom Baker/Rhian Gordon/Katie Borton Youth Memberships Katie Borton Youth Captains & Admin Secretary Rhian Gordon Child Welfare Officer   Bill White 1st Team Captain Tom Baker 2nd Team Captain Chris Howard Sunday League Captain Scott Woolley Sunday Friendly Captain Barry Maggs Midweek Captain Liam R-Taylor U19s Coach Darren Gordon/Roger Jacob U19s Managers Darren & Rhian Gordon U15s Coach   Mark Gunning U15s Admin. Kate Butters U13s Coach  Tom Baker/Darren Gordon U13s Admin.  Jo Johnson U11s Coach  Tom Baker U11s Admin. Maria Connolly U9s Coach Mark Gunning U9s Admin. Rosy Ritchie U7s Coach Tom Baker U7s Admin.  Rhian Gordon  
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