Clubmark Accreditation

Breaking News !!

Hook Cricket Club have just been informed that we have achieved our Clubmark Accreditation for the next 3 years.

The standards required to achieve Clubmark Accreditation have become far more testing this time around and the club would like to extend a massive thank you to Jon Willington for the huge amount of work he did to ensure we met all the standards required.

ECB Clubmark shows that a club is sustainable, well run and provides the right environment for its members. Clubmark accreditation also means your club is recognised as a safe, rewarding and fulfilling place for participants of all ages, as well as assuring parents and carers that they are choosing the right option for their young people.

We have a winner or 2

Tonight’s bonus ball was ball 6.

2 lucky winners have shared the jackpot picking up £330 each.

Congratulations Brennan Martin and Lloyd Grayshon.

New game will start on Saturday. Anyone wishing to join please get in touch

Bonus Ball Bingo

Last nights Bonus Ball was ball 11

We now have

9 people waiting for just 1 number and 11 waiting for 2 numbers.

Congratulations to Leanne Jones who crossed off her first number last night so all players are now off the mark.

The Jackpot for Wednesday night is now at £600. Good luck all

2nd XI lose away to Crymych

The 2nd XI were 2nd best against a strong Crymych team.

Crymych batted first and set a huge target of 267 for the loss of 5 wickets after recovering from 11-2 after 4 overs, with Richard Thorne 126 and Sam Kurtz 67 doing most o the damage. It was a young Hook side with no fewer than 5 U14’s in the team including 13 year old Dillon James making his senior debut.

Andrew Thomas 2-33 Chris Holder 2-43 and Dillon James with his first senior wicket on his debut 1- 58 were the wicket takers.

Unfortunately we lost early wickets and never really looked like chasing down such a large target and only Jon Clout 39 Phil Griffiths 27 and Keith James 18 really troubled the scorers as we were all out for 145.

1st XI back on track

Hook (149-3) beat Carew 2nds (148-8)

Skipper Jamie Phelps scored 71 as Hook got their promotion charge back on track by chasing down Carew 2nds.

Carew posted a total of 148-8, thanks mainly to opener Haydn Shapcott who top scored 52, Rhys Grigg 36 and Morgan Greive 20

Dai Hopkins 2-35, Aled Phelps 2-28, Matthew Holder 2-63, and Callum James with a great spell of bowling 1-12 off his 12 overs

Carew struck early in the Hook reply as Kerry Waters 1-27 had George James caught, but then came a stand of 94 between Father & Son Jamie and Aled Phelps before Aled was caught for 40. Jamie soon followed after for 72 but Brennan Martin smashed two fours and two sixes to finish 22 not out as he and Jacob Lay (1 not out) finished the job.

Bonus Ball Bingo

Saturdays Bonus Ball was ball 42 which has been drawn once before so no change to the leader Board. Jackpot is now at £510

Bonus Ball Bingo

Last nights Bonus Ball was ball 24 which was a repeat of a couple of draws ago so the leaderboard stays the same. Jackpot for Wednesday is now £480. Latest leaderboard is below

Hook U11’s season starts tonight

Tonight sees Hook U11’s season start with a home game against Neyland U11’s. Match starts at 6 and as with all the U11’s games it is pairs format.

Why not come along and show your support towards the next generation of Hook youngsters.