With the ICC men's World Cricket World Cup and an Ashes series to follow, this summer could change the face of cricket in this country for the better. The World Cup begins on Thursday (May 30) with England - at Number 1 in the ICC rankings and fresh from a very successful series against Pakistan - playing South Africa at the Oval.
The fifteen boys and girls who make up Marlborough Cricket Club’s Under 11 team have won all seven T20 matches this year in the Wiltshire North Division, taking a total of 61 wickets and conceding just over 400 runs.
Burbage & Easton Royal Cricket Club’s first ever Pink Weekend was a resounding success both on and off the pitch.
Marlborough Cricket Club XI (134-3) beat Marlborough Mayor's XI (79-10) by 55 runs.
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