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Derbyshire U15 Girls v Cumbria U15 Girls

Derbyshire U15 Girls (232-5) beat Cumbria U15 Girls (57 All Out)

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A glorious May Day welcomed the start of the under 15 girl’s season at the superbly set Wirksworth ground. Our visitors from the north, Cumbria, decided to make the most of seeing the sun and opted to field first. Derbyshire started positively with Lara Shaw (19) and Katie Januszewska (22) in particular playing some powerful shots. Derbyshire  quickly  moved to 55-2 before , Alice Harwood (55), on her home ground came to the crease, later she was joined by  Suzie Ljubojevic (61*)  and they  put on a superb 93 for the 5th wicket. Both scored Maiden County 50’s and it was a delight for the crowd to see the potential of both girls being realised with a string of shots around the ground. Derbyshire finished on 233-5 with Grace Fishleigh adding a quick-fire unbeaten 19 at the end.

Chasing 232 was always going to be tough,  but Cumbria’s openers made a bright start putting 44 on before Grace (2-8) struck with the ball as first change bowler. Backed up by some good fielding and accurate bowling from Jess Thatcher and Eden Collier Derbyshire began to stop the Cumbrian progress and then Charlotte Thompson was introduced and claimed a magnificent 3 for 0 with her leg breaks. The captain Keeley Brodrick (1-16) wrapped up the final wicket with Cumbria on 57 and Derbyshire had won by 175 runs. The team spirit from all 12 was excellent and with several players producing hugely improved performances, there are good signs of a successful season ahead.

 

ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 - Calling All Volunteers!!

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The ICC Cricket World Cup is coming to Engalnd and Wales, 30th May - 14th July 2019. If you would lilke to be a part of it and join the World Cup Cricketeers to Volunteer, please click here to apply!!

Derbyshire Women V Sussex & Essex

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Record breaking Bank holiday temperatures greeted the players in Brighton for the opening weekend. A relegated Sussex boasting world cup winners, internationals and academy players would prove a difficult challenge. New skipper Kayleigh Best and debutant Natasha Allen replacing the retired Charlotte Horton and Durham bound Rachel Hopkins. Having won the toss Sussex chose to bat first. Danni Wyatt (19) and Georgia Adams (106) opened confidently, both being dropped early in their innings. Wyatt eventually falling to a Sarah Glenn catch off Alice Dyson (8-0-50-1). Opener Leah Kellogg (7-0-53-0) bowled with good pace as Sarah Taylor (58) showed her skills at the crease. Amy Lacey (5-0-24-0), Sarah Glenn (7-0-42-0) Lucy Yates (5-0-32-0) all bowled with little support in the field as 6 catches went down. Kayleigh Best (10-0-68-4) provided the breakthrough with the first ball of her spell removing Taylor. Another international arriving at the crease (Georgia Elwiss 16) became Georgie Harrisons (8-0-43-2) first victim thanks to a good catch behind by an impressive Bess Heath. With the scoreboard ticking over at 6 an over another Georgie Harrison wicket and 2 more from the skipper, one thanks to a smart Lauren Tuffrey catch saw the innings end at 316 for 7.

If the chase wasn’t daunting enough Derbys got off to the worst start possible, Megan Pittman (0) falling to an unplayable first ball from the impressive Freya Davies (10-6-10-6). With Lauren (1), Sarah (4), Kayleigh (2) and Bess (0) all falling early the scoreboard at 17 for 5 and still 300 required, looked gloomy. Alice (27) and Leah (15) took the score to 47 but as wickets continued to fall Tash Allen (3) Lucy (0) and Georgie (3) left Amy unbeaten on 3, 65 all out. A lesson from a team playing in the wrong division was given out. In front of England manager Mark Robinson the game proved very one sided but to watch and compete against the very best the womens game has to offer should provide some inspiration.

Derbyshire Cricket Board Womens 1st XI v Essex Womens 1st XI

Straight into the cars and an 80 mile commute from Brighton to Southend on Sea to prepare for Essex. The impressive Garon Park hosted the fixture. With Megan Pittman travelling back to Durham University and Emma Thatcher coming into the side another hot and sunny morning would ensure a second blistering day in the field. Winning the toss meant Kayleigh put Essex into bat. Leah Kellogg (5-2-7-0) and Alice Dyson (10-0-41-3) taking the new ball. Lucy Yates (4-0-16-1) and Amy Lacy (7-1-18-0) provided the back up as Essex toiled at 48 for 4. 5th & 6th wicket partnerships took the score to 118 for 6 but with 4 magnificent catches from Bess and 3 Run outs Essex stumbled to 130 for 9. A spirited final wicket partnership of 13 from the final 3 overs proved frustrating as the innings closed on 143 for 9.

Lauren Tuffrey (4) and Tash Allen (10) opened but Laurens early departure meant some early caution as Sarah Glenn joined Tash. The score advanced to 35 for 3 as Tash and Bess (0) fell in quick succession. Alice (28) and Sarah then took Derbys to 116 as Sarah hammered the ball to all corners. As Alice fell chasing a wide delivery Leah (5) partnered Sarah to within 13 of victory. However, just as a victory looked the only possible outcome the team capitulated, firstly Leah then Lucy (0), Sarah for a magnificent 72 that included a towering 6, Emma (0) and the runner assisted Kayleigh (2) thanks to a farcical run out and Amy (0) falling first ball all went quickly leaving the score at 139 all out. Derbyshire condemning themselves to defeat, a single hit from winning a game they looked like winning for 90 of the 93 overs played. A long and silent journey home for the players who, but for a couple over the weekend, all need to take a good look at the way they failed in Southend. With more difficult away fixtures in Devon and Wales to come the players need to knuckle down and show more resilience. That final Essex batting partnership and a crumbling confidence with the bat, proving decisive.

DCB May Half Term Cricket Coaching

May Half Term 2018

 

Following on from the success of our Easter Courses we will be running a two day Kwik Cricket Camp and a two day Hardball Camp at Denby Cricket Club during May Half Term.

To book on either course please click on the relvant link below:

Course 

Dates

Time

Age

Booking Link

Kwik Cricket Camp

Tuesday 29th May & Wednesday 30th May

9.00-3.00pm

Age 5-8

http://booking.ecb.co.uk/d/sgqpyg

Hardball Cricket Camp

Thursday 31st May & Friday 1st June

9.00-3.00pm

Age 9-12

http://booking.ecb.co.uk/d/mgqpy5

Women's Softball Festivals 2018

The Derbyshire Cricket Board has organised a number of Women’s Softball Festivals across the County in 2018.

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SOFTBALL CRICKET FESTIVALS – WHAT'S IT ALL ABOUT???

There’s a clue in the name, Festivals are all about celebration, a Women’s Soft Ball Cricket Festival is no different, it’s all about getting together to enjoy the game.

The softer ball means no pads and gloves, the colourful bats are perfect for smashing boundaries with, and it all leaves you with pure cricketing fun: bowl, bat, catch, and laugh.

You don’t need to have any previous experience of playing Cricket; so can you, your club, a group of friends, mothers, daughters, sisters or grandmothers get a Team together (8 players) and come along and participate???

Please come along and enjoy it all so don’t delay, book now.

See the links below; these are live and ready to accept bookings for each festival:

Date

Venue

Times

Booking Link

13th May

Elvaston CC

10.00 till 14.30

http://booking.ecb.co.uk/d/ggq9b7

3rd June

Langley Mill CC

10.00 till 14.30

http://booking.ecb.co.uk/d/sgq9bj

10th June

Clifton CC

10.00 till 14.30

http://booking.ecb.co.uk/d/fgq9bm

24th June

Darley Dale CC

10.00 till 14.30

http://booking.ecb.co.uk/d/zgq9b8

1st July

St Anselms School

10.00 till 14.30

http://booking.ecb.co.uk/d/7gq9b8

15th July

Whitwell CC

10.00 till 14.30

http://booking.ecb.co.uk/d/7gq9bk

29th July

Shipley Hall CC

10.00 till 14.30

http://booking.ecb.co.uk/d/xgq9bl

5th Aug

Belper Ams CC

10.00 till 14.30

http://booking.ecb.co.uk/d/8gq9bl

12th Aug

Coal Aston CC

10.00 till 14.30

http://booking.ecb.co.uk/d/0gq9bx

26th Aug

Charlesworth and Chisworth CC

10.00 till 14.30

http://booking.ecb.co.uk/d/vgq9b0

26th Aug

Elvaston CC

10.00 till 14.30

http://booking.ecb.co.uk/d/2gq9bp

9th Sept

Duffield CC

10.00 till 14.30

http://booking.ecb.co.uk/d/0gq9b1

The Lord Taverners - Derbyshire Table Cricket Competition 2018

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Last month saw our 2nd annual Table Cricket competition, this year we were able to grow our competition to three table cricket competitions over three days. This was due to our significant increase in participants wanting to play the game. We had a brilliant turn out over the three days including 13 teams and 85 participants.

Since September 2017 the DCB’s Cricket Development Coaches have been delivering table cricket sessions to SEN schools all over Derbyshire with the help from The Lord’s Taverners. Children aged 7 – 16 have taken part in many sessions over the last few months to learn about table cricket and improve their skills. The sessions were enjoyed by both teachers and students which allowed us to put on such a successful three days of competition.

SEN Table Cricket Finals

Our first competition was hosted by Ashgate Croft. Four teams played, Swanwick Sports College, Chapel High School and two from Ashgate Croft. All games were high scoring with one of the Ashgate Croft teams coming out on top overall. The final game of the league format was Chapel High who were in 2nd and Ashgate Croft in 1st in a winner takes all battle. Chapel batted first and scored 251 losing 3 wickets in the process, then Ashgate Croft batted second and scored 277 only losing one wicket.

The second competition was hosted by The Royal School for the Deaf Derby. Six teams were involved in the second of the week with four teams from RSDD, Holbrook School for Autism and St Martins. RSDD’s blue team were the eventual winners on the day, they triumphed over RSDD’s green team with the biggest score of the week of 308. The captain of the green team taking an over for a massive 32 runs.

Our final competition of the week was at Stanton Vale School. Bennerley Fields School, Alfreton Park and Stanton Vale were the final three teams to take part in the competition. All games were tight and played within 10 runs, Stanton Vale took the competition as they went on unbeaten.

We were delighted to be joined by Billy Godleman, Derbyshire CCC's first team captain at The Royal School for the Deaf. Billy hadn’t previously experienced table cricket and it was great to have him involved.

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We would like to say a huge thanks to our three great hosts, Ashgate Croft, Royal School for the Deaf Derby and Stanton Vale and the Lord’s Taverners for making it possible. We are already looking forward to our 2019 competitions.

 

Additonal Level 2 Course - ECB Certificate Coaching Childrens Course

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Due to high demand for the two ECB Level 2 Coaching course we have put on this winter we have organised another course for those who couldn't book on the original two courses.

We will be running the 'ECB Certificate Coaching Childrens Course' at Tupton Hall School starting on the 25th February. Please see full details below:

Level II Coaching Children Certificate

Venue: Tupton Hall School, Station New Rd, Old Tupton, Chesterfield S42 6LG

Dates: 25th Feb, 18th March, 8th April 2018

Assessment Day: TBC

Times: 09.00 – 16.00

Cost: £275

To book a place on the course please click here. If you require more information please contact Richard Wood on 01332 386602 or email richard.wood@dcbcricket.com 

DCB Emergency Aid Courses 2018

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The DCB has arranged a programme of Emergency First Aid courses aimed at supporting coaches, team managers, CWO’s and other cricket volunteers. In all seven courses have been arranged to help make them as accessible as possible.

It is recommended (and a Clubmark requirement) that all coaches actively working in clubs and schools have an up to date first aid certificate, this should be renewed every 3 years.

The syllabus will include:

  • Incident/ Accident Management
  • Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation
  • Wounds, Bleeding and Shock
  • Minor Burns
  • Sports Related Injuries to include Soft tissue injuries, Fractures, Head injury
  • Helmet removal
  • Any other relevant topics – time allowing

See below the links for each course, they are live and ready to accept bookings, to book and pay simply click on the appropriate link:

 

Date

Time

Venue

Booking Link

Monday 12th February

6.15-9.15pm

Belper Meadows CC

Click Here to Book & Pay

Tuesday 20th February

6.15-9.15pm

Eckington

Click Here to Book & Pay

Wednesday 28th February

6.00-9.00pm

Spondon CC

Click Here to Book & Pay

Tuesday 6th March

6.15-9.15pm

Wirksworth & Middleton CC

Click Here to Book & Pay

Tuesday 13th March

6.15-9.15pm

Buxton CC

Click Here to Book & Pay

Wednesday 14th March

6.15-9.15pm

Ocbrook & Borrowash CC

Click Here to Book & Pay

Wednesday 21st March

6.15-9.15pm

Hartshorne CC

Click Here to Book & Pay

Places are offered on a first come first served basis – early booking is advised.

Should you have any questions please contact mick.glenn@dcbcricket.com or 01332 386600/ 07976 504276

DCB Seeking Coaching Provider to Support New Activity

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In support of the ECB Cricket Unleashed strategy, the DCB is seeking to increase support to clubs across Derbyshire to provide young players with access to high quality coaching and support, with a view to sustaining the participation and retention of young players. To support this the DCB is looking to appoint a third-party Coaching provider, to work with the DCB, Cricket Development Groups, and Clubs on the development and delivery of a new programmes of activity. It is envisaged this programme will include:

  • Locally accessible CPD activity for Junior Coaches and Coach Support Workers
  • CPD activity for County Age Group and Cricket Development Group Coaches, DCB Staff and Associate Coaches.
  • Delivery of potential pilot district/regional training academies for non-CAG players during 2018/19.

In the first instance, expressions of interest in this opportunity are invited from providers with access to Level 4 and Level 3 ECB Coaches and preferably ECB Coach Educator trained who are fully compliant with Safeguarding and DBS requirements. Expressions of interest should be sent to Richard Wood in the first instance by no later than Monday 12th February.

A briefing session to provide more information to any interested parties will be held at the 3aaa County Ground during the week commencing 19th February and the closing date for proposals to be submitted to the DCB will be 26th February.

Please submit expressions of interest to richard.wood@dcbcricket.com by Monday 12th February

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