7 years of century-less Query cricket was put right yesterday as Tom Shaw hit 133 in the match against The Frogs CC at the Tidworth Ground. The last time Tom "got the ton" was in 2013 when he scored 138 against The Grannies CC at Devizes.
Yesterday's achievement was Tom's 8th
We kicked off the Covid-affected 2020 season with a game against Potterne u19s, thanks to the initiative of Ged Montgomery who manages them. They won the toss, batted, and made it to 165 for 9 in their 30 overs. Well done to Will Pembroke  and Josh Kelly  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
Always a popular fixture, the start today was delayed for a while because rain had got under the covers but Queries eventually batted first in a declaration game starting at 3.00pm. Guests Harry Smith and Felix Plant  put on 42 for the first wicket: Chris Antrobus then took the
It can be said - the Queries wrapped up The Incogniti faster than Durham CCC wrapped up Lancashire CCC this evening ! Batting first, we shared the pain of seeing Jack Bramwell  just fail to get a ton from 115 balls faced: we watched James Gaunt make a super
20 overs of Queries pace attack yielded just one wicket but conceded only 55 runs. 5 overs of medium slow bowling from Nick Leach induced some mistakes and yielded 2 wickets for 26 runs. 20.4 overs from the spinners, PK in particular, yielded 7 wickets and conceded 58 runs. It
We won the toss and skipper Jack Bramwell elected to bat first. James Gaunt and Tom Pike took immediate control of the bowling and began to score freely around the ground. When they were both retired, Cameron Garbutt made a brief appearance before Nick Leach re-asserted Query control of the
Oscar and Sebastian Robertson, both teenagers, have applied to play for the Queries after the end of this summer term. They live just to the east of Tidworth and are both playing regularly at their schools. We look forward to meeting and welcoming them both in due course.
Following two enjoyable days of cricket, one at Chilmark CC and the second at Larkhill for the Royal Artillery fixture, 4 cricketers have applied to join the Queries - and we shall be delighted to sign them up. Jake Hand [spinner], Tom Churchill [batter] and Sam Waters [spinner] are all
The Gunner game has often been a close-run thin, and today was no exception. Despite the discovery of an impressive new bowler, Will Harries, who took 2 for 47, and the courageous efforts of Sumith Surendran [64/3], and Geoff Ramsey [60/2], skipper Paul Roberts did not have strength in bowling