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LOBSTER v RNLI

Sheringham Community Paper It was a beautiful Sunday lunchtime on our lovely sandy beach when the cricketers turned out for a quiet game to while away the hours.


The charity cricket match was organised by Peter Taylor and the Black Thunder Girls turned up to support, indeed joined in the fun.

It was a good, close, friendly match with the victers being the Lobster team by 18 runs. Spectators lined the sea wall and enjoyed the spectacle in the beaming sunshine. Highest score went to Steve. 210 was raised for charity. Well done to all who took part.

Sheringham Community Paper


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CRICKET REPORT
Sheringham entertained fellow Alliance Division 3 promotion hopefuls Dereham and after a tense game, the Shannocks gained a winning draw picking up 16 points in the process. Put into bat, Sherigham lost Sizeland in the second over to the bowling of J. Briggs (4-60). This brought Kris Howell and Ryan Carter (30) together and pair added 73 runs in only 17 overs and a big score seemed on the cards. Derehams I Battelley (3-52) broke the partnership when Carter went for one big hit too many. Jez Wright (26) joined his captain in a third wicket partnership of 64 to keep the momentum going before he was adjudged caught behind. Howell (89) had by now taken command and a deserved century seemed a formality until he was caught on the boundary. With 10 overs remaining and the score on 163 for 5, Sheringham should have set a formidable total, however good bowling from P. Robinson (0-17) in the final overs restricted the Shannocks to a slightly disappointing 200 for 7 off their 46 overs. Derehams innings got off to a poor start with Andy Mc,Kean (1-47) and Wright (4-20) reducing them to 19 for 3, one of the wickets due to an outstanding slip catch from Sizeland. J. Bennett (19) staged a fight back until Stuart Smith (1-26) and Phil Moy (2-48) struck to leave Dereham apparently dead and buried at 52 for 5. However Battelley (76 no) and P. Milbourne (39) had other ideas and gradually the tide appeared to turn with the pair putting on 93 and at 145 for 5 with plenty of overs remaining the visitors looked good. Andy King (1-30) made a vital breakthrough and although P. Bennet (12) added useful runs tight bowling from Wright and Moy in the final few overs almost snatched victory for Sheringham, but Dereham held on to reach 193 for 9 at the close.
Sheringham innings 200 - 7, Dereham innings 193 - 9
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Remember that wonderful match at Wimbledon last year when Barry Cowan very nearly - well, could have thrashed Sampras? Barry Cowan is but one of the top players coming to Cromer for County week. - 21st to 25th July. Other players ranked in the top 20 include Chris Lewis (S.Wales) Luke Milligan (Middlesex) and Jamie Delgardo (Berkshire). In fact wonderful tennis is forecast at Cromer Lawn Tennis Club this summer as it plays host to men's group Two during County week This is when county players from six counties fight to get into group One, the cream of England and Wimbledon hopefuls. 'This is a chance to see some of the best tennis around close to home,' said delighted Club Manager - Danny Holdom ' it is no exaggeration to say the Cromer's courts will never have witnessed such an excellent standard of tennis before. It is an honour to have such a high group - 2nd out of 7 divisions.' Competition will be intense between the six counties wearing out the superb grass courts: Lancashire, Middlesex, Essex, Dorset, Berkshire and South Wales. All entrance to see the tennis is free, deckchairs are provided and sunshine almost guaranteed. Excellent catering is available with a range of cakes, sandwiches and drinks to quench that thirst! Play begins at 11am on day one and 10.30 on the other days. There will also be a raffle with excellent prizes.
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Annual Fish and Chip Bowls Tournament
2 Bowl Triples Saturday 19 July
To be there for booking in etc at 1:30pm for starting at 2:00pm promptly
Players Tickets 7.50 each Non-players 5.50 each
Includes hot and fresh fish and chips and a sweet
Licenced Bar for Beer, Cider and Wine
Money Prizes Giant Raffle
Entrance by ticket only from:
Mrs Jenny Lawes, 20 Priory Road, Sheringham 824492
Joe or Sheila Hands, Millpeace, Weybourne 588655
Mrs Sue Maxted, 38 Cooper Road, Sheringham 821308
Proceeds to Club Funds
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