Freddie Coupe writes:
Chilmark, Urchfont, Bishops Cannings & Fonthill.
The summary of their responses is :- “ Keeping up their wickets and grounds: really looking forward to playing any cricket and would be keen to play a rearranged fixture with the Queries: this could be arranged as and when things open up again
A little taste of ECB current thinking re cricket, and specifically nets:
Right now, there is no clear plan as to when we will start playing again. Depends on how the Covid-19 situation evolves, and how lock down is eased.
You can exercise outdoors on your own, with members of your
Like all of you we are spending considerable time wondering what is and is not going to be possible this summer in terms of cricket.
The reasonable certainties are that we will not be able to play recreational cricket until 1 July and that we are going to have to conform
Senior Wiltshire Queries will be saddened to learn that Paddy Tarrant passed away very recently. No details are known yet about funeral or memorial service but will be published here when available.
Fixtures for 2020
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It was a wonderful day and the Tidworth ground looked a picture. Frogs won the toss and decided to bat first and it was immediately clear that bowling was not the Queries strongest suit. Extras mounted up - there were 26 in all - and the Frogs openers capitalised. Sam
Andy Palmer had assembled a mixed XI of youth and experience: we had two father - son combos in the Campbells and the Hughes, we welcomed Hamish Fyfe back after an absence of a couple of years, we welcomed Scyld Berry and George Edwards making their début for the Queries,
There were high hopes of a decent encounter with The Incogniti CC today at Tidworth. Although some rain was forecast just after lunch, there was little sign of it as Incogniti won the toss and decided to bat on what was pretty much a road! Despite the best efforts of
Everything started so well! We lost the toss and were put in the field. 8 off Matt Haslett's first over was , well, just a bit of a loosener. Then a double wicket maiden for Richard Baxter in the second over sent everyone cockahoop. Farley were 8 for 2 and
The original plan was for a fixture against the Free Foresters, but when they were unable to confirm the fixture, Query Theo Bossom offered to put out a Rifles CC XI against the Queries, and well done and thank you to him for doing so. We played a 40 over