Welcome to the website of the Parker Building Supplies East Sussex Cricket League

Last updated: Tuesday 17 July, 2018


The fixtures (now compiled centrally by Richard Prokopowicz of SCL and not by ESCL) are currently online: click here to view them


Spirit of Cricket

"In addition to remaining responsible for the Laws of Cricket, MCC has also long believed that the game should be played in accordance with its traditional 'spirit'." So begins an article on "What is MCC Spirit of Cricket?"
ESCL would like to remind teams (and their captains in particular) of the importance of honouring that Spirit, whatever the circumstances.
May what remains of our current season be both competitive and sportsmanlike.


Bowling restrictions for the second half of the Season.

The Rule is 9 overs per bowler in 40 and 45 overs - OVERS PER BOWLER In 45/40 over matches the maximum number of overs a bowler may bowl is 9.

This is to confirm that it is 9 overs per bowler, it was thought that this would aid clubs lower down the league who struggle to find bowlers.
Chris Bates


High Easter CC of Essex

My club, High Easter CC of Essex are looking to organise a Sussex tour in September. We play in the T Rippon Mid Essex division 3 and we'd be medium strength, just looking for a friendly, social game.The dates we need a game on are Saturday 15th or Sunday 16th September
Best Regards, Jon Norgrove, High Easter Cricket Club, jwwnorgrove@gmail.com


Brightwell cum Sotwell Cricket Club Friendly Tour of East Sussex 3rd 4th and 5th August 2018

We are looking forward very much to visiting East Sussex at the beginning of August to play our games on Friday 3rd at Rye CC – 2pm start and Sunday 5th at Westfield CC 1.30pm Start. However, we are still looking for a game on Saturday 4th August and if you are interested, please contact the following:

Tony Windsor, Secretary BCS Cricket Club, Tel: + 44 7909 848098; Email: tonywindsor2@gmail.com


Payment for Teas

Nothing has changed regarding the payment for teas in the ESCL area. There is some confusion because if a club has a first XI in the SCL area, it falls to the home team there to meet the full cost of tea.

Next year, a decision will have to be made which system to adopt county-wide, but for the moment we have this split system.


Below we have listed various useful LINKS

ECB Guidance Note: Safety Measures for Helmets within Recreational Cricket - LINK

Ground, Weather, Light Guidance - LINK

Juniors In Open-Age Cricket - LINK


ESCL Over-40s - historical playing records

to view these records click here
Peter Hartland


Playing Conditions for new SCL in 2019

Dear Club,
The Adult Leagues Group would like to know what our recreational cricketers want to see from the new league in terms of playing conditions and associated matters. Therefore, we have created a survey designed to obtain as much feedback as possible. The link below will take you to the survey, which should take about 5 minutes to complete and will be open until 13th August.

https://s.surveyplanet.com/BJ18jT_GQ

Over the next few days, the link will be posted on the league website, social media and e-mailed directly to all registered Play Cricket users, but please also disseminate this e-mail throughout your membership. That way, everyone in your Club can have their say in the future direction of recreational cricket.

The feedback received will be used to inform the proposals that will be voted on by Clubs at the AGM in October.

Kind Regards,
(on behalf of the Adult Leagues Group) Gary Stanley, 07775 933 311; www.sussexcricket.co.uk


 

WOMEN'S SOFTBALL CRICKET - FREE & FUN

This summer, all over the county, we are inviting women to come along and #HaveAHit. This is an opportunity like never before for women who have never played cricket to just come along and have a go.
Women's Soft Ball Cricket is about getting out and playing with maximum fun and minimum fuss. No pads, no hard ball, no heavy bat, no head-scratching rules and definitely no judgment. It's a game for absolutely everybody, no matter their skill level, fitness, or age. This is an opportunity like never before, for more women who may have never played cricket to just come along and have a go. Attached are a couple of photos from the festival last Thursday I was talking about.
We promise a warm welcome, a free festival T-shirt, music and prosecco afterwards, what's not to like! There will be fast, fun matches with 6-8 in a team. No problem if you want to sign up on your own, we'll find a team for you. Minimum age is 13 but no maximum age. Supporters of all ages welcome. Bar and BBQ available.

Chiddingly Women's Softball Cricket Festival
Chiddingly CC
Sunday 22nd July, 1.30-5pm
http://booking.ecb.co.uk/d/xgqphs

HASTINGS Women's Softball Cricket Festival
Hastings CC, Bohemia Road
SUNDAY 12th August 1.00 - 5pm
http://booking.ecb.co.uk/d/qgqlqb

If you can register we will know how many T Shirts and bottles of prosecco to bring -it only takes a minute.

Linda Bowen, Sussex Cricket
The 1st Central County Ground
Eaton Road, Hove
East Sussex, BN3 3AN

www.sussexcricket.co.uk


 

 

 

   

Next committee meeting Thursday 9th August 2018 at 7.00 pm at Buxted Park
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