Bonus ball bingo

This week’s bonus ball’s were ball 4 on Wednesday and ball 13 on Saturday night.

The current leader board can be found below and the jackpot now stands at £175

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After Saturdays draw Ball 12 was the bonus ball and quite a popular number it was too, especially with the leaders, as 7 of the leading 9 players all had it along with 5 other players who marked off their first number tonight with 12.

Big Dai is leading the way needing just 2 more numbers to claim the jackpot, but as we all know the last 2 numbers are always the hardest to get. Unless your our resident quiz master Jon Willington, then its usually the first one he struggles with, although he was off the mark early (for him) in this game.

The Jackpot currently stands at £150. Good luck all and thanks for your continued support

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Big Dai takes the lead

Saturdays bonus ball was ball 13 which saw Dai Hopkins take the lead in the latest game. Check out the latest results below to see how you are doing.

2020 league season officially cancelled

We have received confirmation this afternoon that the 2020 Pembrokeshire Cricket leagues have been cancelled at both senior and junior levels.

It is hoped that cup fixtures may still be rearranged to be played in August and maybe September but this has still to be confirmed. It is also hoped that some junior cricket may also take place later in the year in some format but again this has to be confirmed once plans have been made.

Further updates as soon as we are told

We have a lockdown winner

Congratulations to Mrs Barbara Lay on becoming the latest Hook Cricket Club Bonus Ball Bingo winner. £310 will be winging its way to you this week.

A new game will begin and you will all keep your same numbers. Good luck all

Looking better

Having had confirmation from ECB that we are ok to carry out work on our wicket. A full risk assessment was carried out and social distancing measures were strictly kept to. In fact like any other time work gets done on the square there wasn’t a player to be seen for miles 😱. I know there were more jobs that I should have done before I left because David Petrie didn’t turn up and as we all know he always turns up when we have just finished everything 😝😂

Getting there slowly

Thanks to Andrew Thomas for cutting the outfield at the weekend and now the square is also looking a lot more like a cricket square after being mowed and brushed, mind having said that I wouldn’t fancy facing the new slimline Brennan Martin steaming down the hill until there have been a good few hours of rolling yet. After all the rain we’ve had since October it’s just typical that we have now gone to the other extreme where I have had to water the square today which will hopefully soften it up enough for me to roll it tomorrow.

Hopefully take not all in vain and we will get to see some cricket played later on this summer.

Hopefully catch you all soon. Stay safe 👌🏻

All cricketing activities suspended

Cricket Wales & ECB statement – Coronavirus – March 18th 2020
The outbreak and impact of Coronavirus in the UK is a serious, unprecedented and currently still very unpredictable matter.
Cricket Wales has been in close and regular dialogue with colleagues at Glamorgan Cricket and the England & Wales Cricket Board (ECB), in order to align our approach and to manage our response for our staff, visitors to venues, participants and supporters of cricket.
These conversations are ongoing and our approach has been to follow the standing government advice. In light of the recent shift in the UK government’s position, in relation in particular to ‘non-essential travel and contact’, the ECB has today updated its advice to the recreational game.
Cricket Wales supports this position and urges all clubs, leagues, participants and volunteers to follow this guidance and suspend all cricket activity.
Cricket Wales’ priority is the safety and wellbeing of all participants in what will undoubtedly be a testing time for our sport and, indeed, our nation. We will endeavour to serve cricket in the best and most appropriate way possible, under the challenging circumstances we will all face in the coming weeks and months.
We will of course continue to update you regularly, as this situation evolves. E.C.B. STATEMENT.
Dear all,
Following the Government’s latest advice around social distancing, it is with sadness and reluctance that we recommend that all forms of recreational cricket are for now suspended.
This extends to training, pre-season friendlies and any associated cricket activity.
Sport plays an absolutely vital role in the nation’s mental and physical wellbeing, and it helps people find meaning where there is fear and uncertainty, so one of our goals in the coming weeks will be to explore ways that we can support some levels of physical activity in communities – particularly at junior levels.
Using our cricket community to support others could be one of the most important services we can offer during the difficult next few months.
It will be critical that any decisions we do make are medically-led. And we will continue to work with Government and their advisors to ensure we are informed by science in our decision making.
Over the coming weeks we will work with the game to understand what support is required across the cricket community, particularly local clubs and leagues.

We understand that countless hours of work from thousands of volunteers have already gone into getting ready for the 2020 season and we know how disappointing this will be. We are thankful for the huge role that volunteers play in local cricket, to ensure the game remains at the heart of communities.
We know that you and your clubs can play an important role in bringing your community together once we get past this period of time.