2015 SEASON PHOTOS
Match 25, 8th August v Farley CC
Father and son Bunday bowling – Nick on the left, Jake on the right
Andy Philips and Harry Flack in the field
Ian Perry keeping, and Tom Palmer on his way to 88
Andy Philips batting; and it was great to see Richard Moore back on a field for the Queries.
Manny Gurung scored 45*
Match 24, 5th August v Gloucester Gipsies CC
Kieren Chivers took a wicket in the opening over of the match: Jack Hurley took a fine low catch
James Watson skippered and batted well for his 81 before getting caught on the boundary
Jack Hurley opened with James Watson and scored 73: debutant James Leworthy showed lots of skill with bat and ball.
James Hudson giving it the long handle!
Match 23, 3rd August v The Incogniti CC
Harry Best bowled 7 overs for 21 runs: Jack Hurley kept wicket and made one stumping.
Alex Wilkins is alert in the field; Harry Best, this time with the bat when he was not out 12.
We borrowed a Gunner, Robbie Giles, and he took 1/48 from 8 and then scored 75 runs! What a star!
On the right Mike Fernley very gallantly turned out for the Incogs who were short of players.
Match 22, 2nd August v Avebury CC
Bowlers Cameron Garbutt who took 4 wkts, and Harry Best who got 1.
James Melhorn and James Watson both got a wicket apiece
Jack Bramwell kept wicket and scored a half century with the bat
Tom Grant top-scored with 67 and Harry Farley scored 35
Yorkshire – 26th to 30th July
4 Yorkshire fixtures were never completed.
Two [The Saints and The Hawks] were cancelled by the weather and
without a ball being bowled: the other two [Ilkley and
Yorkshire Gents CC]
were abandoned because of rain.
Match 13, 5th July v The Grannies CC
Jack Bramwell had skipper Ru Bunday and candidate Dan Gill in his cordon.
Hamish Fyfe made an awkward return to cricket after a year away! Dom Fry, skippering the Grannies
was still at the crease when rain stopped play.
Match 12, 30th June v The Infantry CC
David Bromley scored a super century
The ground was looking good, and candidate James Watson enjoyed his first game there.
The inevitable slip cordon and Harry Flack bowling
Having scored a century, David then took 3 wickets!
Match 11: 24th June v the Royal Artillery CC
The opening bowlers – Kieren Chivers and Manny Gurung
First change – tweo candidates – Akito Jacques and Archie Easton
Jack Hurley spinning, and Joe Cranch on debut
Joe Wookey took 3 wickets
A general view across the very picturesque ground at Larkhill
Tom Andrew  and David Bromley  enjoyed an opening stand of 79
Joe Cranch [37*] and Joe Wookey [100*] sealed the victory
Archie Easton took his first wicket on debut: Akito Jacques bowled and fielded very well
Jack Hurley practising his stringless yo-yoing
[with thanks for all these photographs to Tom Jacques, Akito’s Dad.
Match 10: 23rd June v Dauntsey’s School
Openers Jack Bramwell and David Bromley with umpire Jim Paget just before the bell: [r] Jack scored 70
David Bromley was first out having scored 41. Ben Hodder came in at number 5 and scored 40.
Lawrence Hannaford scored 42 not out: Charlie Palmer spent less time at the crease, scoring 6.
Candidate Toby Allen bowled with pace and took 3 for 44. Sam Nokes took 2 for 48
The cordon gets ready for Matt Janes to bowl
At the other end, the cordon is ready for Sam Nokes’ bowling
Last man standing
Barry Aitken [u], Charlie Palmer, Matt Janes, Ed Duckworth, David Bromley and Sam Nokes
Toby Allen, Lance Harwood, Lawrence Hannaford, Will Thomas, Jack Bramwell and Ben Hodder.
Match 9: 21st June v The Rifles CC
clips one for 4 on his way to a match-saving score of 82. Before
lunch, 7 down, he made a plan with Harry Flack,
only for it to fail 4 balls later when Harry was bowled.
The contrasting left-arm styles of Jeremy Wilkins [8-1-56-2] and Harry Flack [6-0-26-3]
The inevitable cordon – BJ Cole, Ben Hodder and keeper Manny Gurung.
Match 8: 16th June v RLC CC
A view across the Tidworth ground
Brian Thompson and his slip cordon
Freddie Coupe fielding and Paul Roberts bowling
Matt Haslett bowling on the left: on the right Jack Hurley on début took 3 for 28.
What to do
next? Skipper Simon Campbell consults Paul Roberts and Tom Grant.
On the right, after a wicket has fallen.
Joe Wookey in the deep
Two play-and-misses, one by Freddie Coupe and the other by Tom Grant
Paul Roberts batting [L]; on the right, tired fielders troop off at the end of the RLC innings.
Match 7: 14th June v Chilmark CC
The very picturesque ground at Chilmark.
Dom Fry  on the drive, and Freddie Coupe  pushing one away behind square.
Harry Flack  lofts one. On the right, Brian Thompson had a tough day behind the stumps with lots
of uneven bounce and carry.
Dom Fry 7-1-14-1. Harry Flack on site screen duty !
Match 6: 12th June v Erlestoke CC [T/20]
Candidate Jack Hurley kept wicket, and Rupert Bagnall opened the bowling
Candidate Marc Douglas bowled with some pace and bounce and occasionally troubled even Joe Dorgan !
Jack Hurley plays at one and misses.
Match 5: 5th June v Ollie Sloane’s XI
Jack Bramwell [l] on his way to 50*: he scored 21 off the last over. On the right is Ted Glanvill
Bramwell keeping: his brother John at square leg – and despite the
batsman seemingly doing everything right, he was clean bowled by
Kieren Chivers! On the right, Jack also had a go at being the umpire!
Bridegroom-to-be Ollie Sloane wheeled in for 4 overs
Photos from recent Events
Jack Bramwell hobnobbing with the speakers at the Bishops Cannings CC Sportsman’s Dinner
James Sayer, complete with Queries tie, at Lord’s for the NZ Test.
Match 4: 24th May v The Idlers CC at Leckford
The 2 opening bowlers: Joe Dorgan [19-8-38-4] and Harry Flack [5-0-22-9]
Manny Gurung bowling to the slip cordon of Joe Dorgan, Tom Palmer and James Melhorn
Jake Bunday  flicking it off his toes, and Joe Dorgan on the drive .
Match 3: 15th May v DCC [T/20]
John Bramwell bowling [L], with Joe Wookey backing up, and [R] Tom Cullen with Kieren Chivers at mid off.
Tom Grant waits to receive, and Jack Bramwell had a very good game with the gloves.
Match 2: 8th May v Monkton Combe School
BJ Cole  and Will Groombridge 
Simon Campbell  and Theo Bossom 
Skipper and match manager Rupert Bagnall [19*] and Theo Bossom bowling [8-0-33-2]
School skipper George Leakey  on the attack and Brian Thompson with the gloves: on the right, this very iconic ground.
Match 1 : 3rd May v King’s School, Bruton
Dismal weather delayed the start – and then the sun came out !
Styles of left-handed batting: Jake Bunday and Tom Grant.
Harry Best backing up and Nick Bunday suggesting to the bowler to ‘bring it on’ !
Jake Bunday bowling and Dan Hodder in the colourful cap: Brian Thompson, Joe Dorgan and Chris Downham in the cordon.
Queries in the field.