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Finally – a week to celebrate! 97 points were achieved out of 120 by Welbeck sides, with only the previously prolific 2nd XI failing to get the better of their opponents. Full Results Nottinghamshire Cricket Board Premier League Radcliffe-on-Trent (5pts) 211 for 9 (Daniel Mason 74; Jonothan Ball 3 for 50; Richard Stroh 3 for ... Read More
Update from U13’s Team Manager, Adam Clarke: Just to let you know we won our first fixture away at Thoresby Colliery. Thoresby won the toss and decided to bat. With some fine bowling and fielding we dismissed all of Thoresby for 52 runs from 13 overs. HARRY ASHER 2-5 HARVEY MASON 2-0 JAKE QUIBELL 3-6 ALEX ... Read More
Today it has been announced that Welbeck’s very own Jake Ball has been called up to England Test squad for the first test against Sri Lanka beginning on Thursday May 19 at Headingley. “Ball, 25, has started the Specsavers County Championship season in good form taking 19 wickets at an average of 21.15 and is joint ... Read More
For the second week in a row, the 2nd XI were the only team to finish their fixture with more points than the opposition, although the 1st XI did push the Nottinghamshire champions close and the Sunday 2nd XI also achieved a winning draw. Full Results Nottinghamshire Cricket Board Premier League Welbeck 1st XI (7pts) 200 for ... Read More
After a scintillating start to the season, the aptly named ‘Welbeck Wizard’ was awarded his county cap by Notts captain Chris Read on Tuesday, on the third day of their clash with Yorkshire, as well as Player of the month for April. The fast bowler had already claimed 4 wickets in the contest before ... Read More
The ECB has released new guidance regarding helmets for junior players and are asking you “Does your helmet pass the test?” You can find the full article on the ECB website including Helmet FAQ’s. We strongly encourage all junior players, parents and carers to read the guidance.