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Rolleston Juniors at Lord's!

24/09/2013 19:40
  On Saturday as guests of Yorkshire Bank five of our juniors were treated to see the YB40 final at Lords. Lucy Yates was lucky enough to be asked to be the mascot for Nottinghamshire and was seen on Sky TV as the captains tossed up before the game. The invitation followed the very successful opportunity in July for 20 youngsters to spend an hour being coached by Alastair Cook at the Gateway Centre of Derbyshire County Cricket Club. The scheme is all part of Yorkshire Banks on-going...

Alastair Cooks up a Treat for our Juniors

06/07/2013 09:30
  Our Junior players have enjoyed the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity of meeting and being coached by England skipper Alastair Cook. The event, part of the Yorkshire Bank’s sponsorship of cricket through their “Giving Bat to Cricket” project, took place at Derbyshire CCC on July 4th. The youngsters were treated to expert batting coaching from the man who has already scored over 7,500 Test runs, becoming the youngest player to pass 7,000 runs in the process. Cook, in his role as a Yorkshire...

Annual Report

26/03/2013 13:09
Below is the text of the chairman's and secretary's annual report delivered at the AGM on March 18th 2013 Copies of the financial report were distributed at the meeting ROLLESTON CC ANNUAL REPORT for 2012 It is pleasing this evening to be able to report a year of notable achievement and progress both on and off the pitch. For some, 2012, our 125th anniversary, will forever be remembered as the year of the great deluge as a flood of truly biblical proportions afflicted the country in general...

Awards

13/12/2012 16:34
  Awards The behind the scenes work of Club President Alan Partington has been desrvedly recognised by Staffordshire Cricket at the annual Outstanding Services to Cricket Awards (OSCAs).  Everybody at the club will be delighted for Alan, who now goes forward as a candidate for the national award.  We all offer our congratulations. The citation reads as follows: "Now in his eighty-fifth year, Alan Partington, President of Rolleston CC, is celebrating 55 years of unbroken...

AGM 2011/2012

08/05/2012 23:42
AGM The AGM was held on Monday March 12th with a good attendance of members.  For those who were unable to attend, please click here for the annual report. Changes made to Officers at the club are listed below: Hon Secretary: Steve Cooper Social and Fund Raising Secretary: Anton Williams (Roles agreed by Executive committee to be joined as one role) Club Welfare Officer: Bob James Youth Cricket Co-ordinator: Matt Parker Club and 1st Team Captain: Mick Haynes 1st Team...

AGM Reports

01/01/2011 20:02
AGM AGM report and annual report for 2010 are now available.

AGM

01/01/2010 00:00
AGM report and season report for 2009 now available.

Drains

16/12/2009 21:09
  Work on new drainage system completed Members will need no reminding that the Willows is prone to water-logging.   As the ground is situated on a flood-plain, this is to some extent inevitable. However, the problem has worsened over the last three or four years, with many games being lost to the weather, causing frustration to players and supporters alike and resulting in loss of bar income. It was clear that this problem could not be ascribed simply to climate change. An...

“CLUBMARK” STATUS ACHIEVED!

28/06/2009 20:32
  Following the site visit on June 23rd, I am pleased to inform members that ECB “Clubmark” status has been awarded to the club. The Staffordshire Board Development Officer, who carried out the verification, said that we were doing a “great job” and was most impressed by what he saw, heard and read. It is gratifying to know that our youth development programme and overall management have been formally acknowledged as first-rate and are helping to create a bench mark for high quality...

Season 2008 Review

17/11/2008 22:05
  In 2008, for the first time in the club’s history, we fielded four Saturday XIs in addition to the five existing junior sides, continuing the expansion of the club’s activities and giving an opportunity for even more members to participate in the sport each weekend. The First Team had a disappointing season, finishing in mid-table after being well in contention for promotion at the half-way stage of the season when the side was in third place.  Indeed, after the victory at Nutbrook...