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Get your availability in for the event of the Summer, President's Day. If you just want to turn up, not play but enjoy the day, you are more than welcome to do so. There will be rum punch a plenty...
President’s Day - 29 August - Selection Deadline this weekend!
For many, the highlight of the season will take place on the August Bank Holiday Weekend - Sunday 29th August. We'll be following the successful format of 2019 with a six-a-side tournament, open to all club members - women, men and juniors who have played in senior cricket. It's a great day to invite your friends and family up to the club too. 

Teams will be roughly split on ability to make the day enjoyable for all. Both lunch and dinner will be provided for players, with dinner also open to spectators plus rum punch available for all. If you're interested in playing on such a great day, please mark your attendance by hitting “attend” on the Teamo event. We can have a maximum of 8 teams to ensure everyone gets enough games. There will be a £15 charge per player which includes match fee, lunch and dinner. An absolute bargain. Spectators are very welcome and can pay on the day for dinner, no need to sign up in advance.

Please direct any questions about the day to Alexis Fuller ( Requests to be on the same team as other club members will be considered, but can't be guaranteed!
Senior Roundup

Neneto Davis (5-2-11-5) starred with ball in the 1st XI's victory against Kingstonian who were bowled out for just 32. Oli Nicholls (7.1-3-13-4) ably supporting the skipper.  The 3s successfully chased 236 against Cheam with Sahib Singh (71) and fifty for TJ Jordan (on league debut). Phil Moynihan produced an excellent spell of 7-2-19-5 as the Surrey 5s bowled out Trinity MidWhitgiftian for 84. A nervy chase followed but we got over the line with Phil (16*) at the crease. The 2s held league leaders Epsom to a draw, Raph Prendergast (87) and Josh Crine (51).

The 4s and Kent 5s lost to Wimbledon and Dulwich, respectively whilst the friendly XI heroically held on for a draw. In other friendly matches, the Sunday 1s beat the Charlatans by seven wickets, the Sunday 2s lost to Addington and the Midweek XI lost to Southbank
Full match reports are available on the Facebook Group (where available)
It's exceptionally tight at the top with 39 points separating the top three in the Fantasy SMCC Cricket League. John Ormesher leads from Humphrey Craven with Raph Prendergast in third. . 

Week 15 MVP was Raph with his superb 87 and two catches for the 2nd XI. 
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