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League Tables

1st XI

Team
18 408
18 365
18 318
18 299
18 280
18 262
18 210
18 163
18 135
18 124

2nd XI

Team
18 425
18 387
18 310
18 302
18 231
18 228
18 186
18 180
18 154
18 121

3rd XI

Team
18 408
18 356
18 344
18 274
18 251
18 249
18 196
18 183
18 153
18 51

4th XI

Team
16 362
16 313
16 300
16 295
16 214
16 213
16 127
16 66
16 -29

Sun XI

Team
13 9 3 218 16.77
13 8 5 202 15.54
12 7 4 183 15.25
10 6 4 149 14.9
13 7 6 178 13.69
13 5 8 168 12.92
9 2 7 95 10.56
13 2 9 130 10

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  • Olly
    (05 / 10 / 2017)
    I’ve had it officially confirmed that there is to be no relegation from the EAPL, and therefore the 1st team has definitely be promoted to Div 2 of the Alliance!
  • salad
    (23 / 09 / 2017)
    A big thank you to those who spared some time this morning to tidy a few things away and prepare the ground fr the new nets build.
  • SteveP
    (03 / 09 / 2017)
    Thank you to all who helped or donated cakes and prizes at yesterday’s Junior Festival. It was a good day, enjoyed by all, I think.

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Evening everyone!

SATURDAY 18th NOVEMBER we will be hosting a QUIZ AND CHIPS night down the ground. Teams of 6 are required. Β£5 entry per team member, this enters you into the quiz and will get you some food.

Meet for 7pm with the quiz starting at 7.30pm!

Please can you get your teams sorted ASAP and let the fundraising committee know your team name! (Richard Waddell Matt Clarke Eleanor Jakes) (extra volunteers to join the committee are more than welcome)

Hope to see as many of you there 🍺🏏
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Official confirmation that there is no relegation from the EAPL this year which in turn confirms the first teams promotion to division 2 next season! Well done everyone! ... See MoreSee Less

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Guys, 60 people have seen the post for the 6 a side and only 2 people have declared their availability. We work very hard to try and organise these events for the club to raise money - the least we would like is a courteous reply to say yes or no! Come on people it's a bit of fun on a bank holiday Monday! But if you can't make it a no is still helpful!! ... See MoreSee Less

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There was sunshine and celebration all the way as Great Melton's Junior season ended in style with a fun-filled 'Cricket Fest' last Saturday. In the morning four teams of U9s and U11s completed a round-robin 8-a-side competition with all four teams winning at one game. Will's Wasps very well led by skipper Will Bailey, won all their games to become champions. Will took the Player of the Tournament award for his leadership, 32 runs and 4-17.

The afternoon saw the seniors (U16s) in action with Kai's Cavaliers, captained by Kai Wilkinson-Loines emerging victorious from a 4-team six-a-side tournament. Kai's team won all 3 matches.

In between the two tournaments Chairman Steve Phoenix and Junior Committee Chairman David Bunn handed out the various awards for what has been a very successful season. The Under 11s stole the limelight having won 18 games out of 18 to carry off 3 trophies, the Alliance Terry Moore Cup, the South Norfolk Community League and its Carnival Cup. The squad members present were presented with their South Norfolk medals and there were trophies for the Players' Player-of-the Year, Most Improved Player and a Coaches Award in all the age categories.

The were also certificates for 'Excellent Attitude' and for 'Commitment & Attendance'.

The final presentation, that of the Alan Barnard Cup for the Young Volunteer of the Year, went to Marcus Mawby.

The Chairman thanked groundsmen Mike Phoenix and Grenville Ireland and Great Melton's huge team of managers, coaches and other volunteers who keep the junior section "ticking along". With the bar open, the barbecue in full swing, bunting to add to the carnival feel and plenty of good cricket to admire, it was a fitting end to the junior season.
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The trophies keep pouring in for our U11 team who have remained unbeaten for the whole season. Having already won the South Norfolk Community League and the Norfolk alliance Terry Moore trophy, today 10 boys took part in the South Norfolk Carnival Cup and beat Old Buckenham and Mattishall to win. ... See MoreSee Less

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