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2018/19 Club Sponsor:

2018 has been a truly remarkable season both on and off the field of play. The first XI won division 5 East of the new Sussex Cricket League and will be playing at the highest standard the club has ever participated at in 2019. They also won the Intersport trophy and defended the Martlet Shield with a tight 1 wicket victory over Hellingly. Our junior teams continued to progress and bring success to the club with the U11’s winning the Eastern league and the U10’s reaching the finals day at Hove. A huge development at the club was the introduction of a girls’ team, with the U11’s hitting the ground running with a Sussex girls tournament victory at the picturesque Roebuck Park. We were excited to see 25 girls train and participate in games and tournaments throughout the summer and are hoping this will grow in 2019.

We not only saw the amount of juniors training at Hailsham rise to around 140 but we also welcomed six new coaches/volunteers to the club. This was vitally important, so we could expand our age groups and the opportunities we offer the boys and girls. Hailsham Cricket Club has been awarded the Clubmark status under the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB). Their development is supported by 21 ECB qualified coaches, this is as many if not more than any other team locally.

Hailsham CC had a once in a lifetime opportunity to play at one of the most famous grounds in the country, if not the world, the Kia Oval. They won a competition in the Cricketer magazine after proving they are a club that has the ‘power to surprise‘, and emerged with a 38 run victory to cap off an extremely successful season.

2018 also witnessed the redevelopment of the cricket pavilion at the club’s home, the Western Road Recreation Ground, work started before the season and will continue in early October. The plan is for the building to be completed and ready for the first pre-season games of the 2019 season. This will deliver a stunning looking building that is fit for purpose for a developing and progressive cricket club and a place that the local community can be proud of and use throughout the year.

Interested in joining HCC? please contact Rob Wilkinson 07980146841 / Hailshamcc@outlook.com

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