posted by Hutch Sun 23rd November 2014
The Sussex Cricket Board has published a league restructuring consultation paper, and invites players to respond to
a survey relating to the proposals in the paper.
The closing date for the survey is Monday 5th January 2015.
Click here to download the consultation paper.
Survey - Click here if you mainly play in the Saturday 1st XI.
Survey - Click here if you mainly play in the Saturday 2nd XI.
posted by Hutch Tue 14th October 2014
The Annual General Meeting will be held at The Clubhouse on Thursday 27th November 2014 at 7:30pm.
.... download the agenda.
posted by Hutch Sun 21st September 2014
Maurice Allfrey won the Nat West OSCAs (Outstanding Service to Cricket Awards) 2014 Life Time Achiever Award and will join the other award winners at the National Awards event at Lords on October 6th.
Mo is seen here receiving his award from Zac Toumazi, Chief Executive of the Sussex County Cricket Club.
posted by Hutch Sat 20th September 2014
Will Packham (second from left) scored a remarkable 69 points in 27 holes to win all the trophys in the
Golf Day held at Singing Hills near Albourne on 19 September.
Playing with a handicap of 10 shots Will carded a one under par 69 on the River and Valley courses in the afternoon of the day.
posted by Hutch Sat 6th September 2014
The final day of the league season saw the 1st XI win easily against Findon at home and the
2nd XI lose comprehensively at Cuckfield. The 1st XI finished fourth in Div 2 with Middleton and Billingshurst
promoted and Goring and Chichester relegated. The 2nd XI finished fifth in Div 2 with Cuckfield and Worthing promoted
and Ifield and Haywards Heath relegated. The 3rd XI completed their fixtures last week and were relegated from Div 4 of
the Mid-Sussex League.
Click here to see full details of fixtures, tables and scorecards of the 1st, 2nd and 3rd XI fixtures.
posted by Hutch Sun 24rd August 2014
Congratulations to the under 16s who beat Stirlands in the Sussex Junior Cricket Festival Final at Arundel castle. SJMCC 255 all out in 45 overs, Harry Rollings 146, Stirlands 139.
posted by Hutch Sun 20th April 2014
Shopping on-line? Please shop via the Easy Fundraising website.
Our Spend and Raise store has become Easy Fundraising, since we started using Spend and Raise in April 2013 we have raised over £91 for club funds. It has cost us nothing!
If you shop on-line via the Easy Fundraising site a commission is generated and given to the club.
You don't pay any more than if you went to the retailer's website directly.
Start fundraising/shopping now - click the Easy Fundraising banner above.
posted by Hutch Sun 16th February 2014
The 200 Club is one of the major fundraising vehicles for the club. You get a chance of winning one of the three monthly prizes of £25, £15 or £10 and the annual ‘major prize’ of £250. .... read more
posted by Hutch Sat 5th October 2013
Work has commenced on top dressing and re-seeding the squares ready for next season.
Please give what time you can to work parties over the winter months to help maintain our ground.
posted by Hutch Sun 9th Oct 2011
The club is pleased to announce the completion of our new 2 lane practice facility in the South East corner of the East field.
The project has received £13,250 funding from Viridor Credits Environmental Company, through the Landfill Communities Fund (see note below). The remainder was raised via our very successful Old Sussex Stars cricket match, which was wonderfully organised by Mike Foreman. We are planning a grand opening ceremony soon, keep checking the website.
Note: Viridor Credits Environmental Company distributes funding through the Landfill Communities Fund. Funding is available for community and environmental projects within ten miles of an active Viridor landfill site. Since 1996 Viridor Credits has allocated over £70m to over a thousand projects across the UK.
posted by Hutch Sun 10th May
Read what the MCC says about the Spirit of Cricket.
posted by Hutch Mon 2nd February 2009
St James's Montefiore is a friendly, lively cricket club based at Ditchling, East Sussex - about 6 miles north of Brighton & Hove, Sussex. We play league cricket in the Sussex County League and the Mid Sussex League.
posted by Hutch Mon 2nd February 2009
The ground (both West Field and new East Field) is between Keymer and Ditchling, East Sussex about 6 miles north of Brighton & Hove.
Heading north from Brighton & Hove, take the turning off the A23 at Pyecombe (This is also the best exit when heading south.)
Follow the signs to Clayton then turn right on to the B2112 at Clayton. You are now on the B2112 Clayton to Ditchling road.
Take first left at the crossroads by the white cottage into Keymer, then right at T-junction opposite Carrington's garage.
The Greyhound pub is on your right as you head towards Ditchling.
The ground is on the right-hand (south) side of the Keymer to Ditchling road.
The postal address of the ground is St. James's Montefiore Cricket Club, Keymer Road, Keymer, HASSOCKS, BN6 8QU.