Downsend Indoor League Review

7th Croydon Community Unfortunately it was a bit of a struggle for Croydon Community but you can’t fault the passion of the side in particular Athar Siddiqui who lead from the front with the bat and the ball. It was always going to be hard though when you are chasing big scores such as the 185 against London Gymkhana. Also, the 0-6 record is a bit unfair on them because to be honest they could’ve won 2 games and been mid table. They came 3 runs short of an incredible comeback after Cheam put 146 on the board when last man Siddiqui his 64 off 32 balls but was run out in the last over. In their last game they probably should’ve have beaten Dorking after an opening partnership of 73 by Ayman Hu

February half-term cricket course in Surrey

Twenty20 Community Cricket will once again be running a Feburary half-term cricket course at their Surrey Academy venue Richard Challoner School. The course is for 8-13 year olds and will be broken down into two halves each day. The mornings will be spent working on the technical side with hard ball nets for those ready to play hard ball cricket. In the afternoons there will be our popular indoor cricket matches. Participants can decide to come for just the morning or the afternoon or come for the whole day. The course runs from Monday 13th to Thursday 16th February and can be booked via our website. Places are limited.

South Surrey Indoor League Update

At the midway point of the indoor league held at Guildford Cricket Centre, things are finely poised going in to the second round of matches. The five teams have produced a series of close and competitive matches, with three teams currently separated by one win for the two qualifying positions for the all-county play-offs. AZ Sports currently top the table undefeated from their five games, closely followed by Churt and Whiteley Village with three wins each. Although Whiteley do have a game in hand on their opponents, the two teams meet each other in their next fixture with one guaranteed to leap ahead of the other for the time being, with the game of the tournament so far being the first enco

Academy Intake making progress

As we start a new half term and the festive breaks draws closer, this year’s Twenty20 Academy intake are stepping up their training. Both the training groups (U11and U13) have been working on the basics and non-negotiables of playing the game and creating team norms. The session have progressed with a greater emphasis on batting so far and the players ability to make decisions and then to execute their shots. We have seen an increase in positivity and assertiveness at the crease. This has been based around how players can best use these new traits in playing the game, with plenty of opportunities to practice in games scenarios. As we move toward the end of the first term, the emphasis is

Batting for Quality

Twenty20 Community Cricket are pleased to announce the impending arrival of our own range of Openerz cricket bats. With the coaching work we do around the county we found that we were encountering the same issues with technique and performance caused by many young players using unsuitable bats. Young players are frequently using bats which are either too heavy or too big for them and which is greatly affecting their achievements. Parents are often understandably buying cheap entry level bats, often from large high street chains, but these are often not fit for purpose from a learning perspective. As coaches it is making our job more difficult to coach the correct skill and technique when a p

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