We are now planning for next season and are looking for players of all abilities, wanting to play serious or social cricket. If you are interested in finding out more please contact Dave on the following e-mail address email@example.comAbout Ansty Ladies Cricket ClubFounded four years ago we are now an established ladies cricket team. We have a 1st XI playing in the WCSL and e development / social T20 team playing in the SCB League! We have a firm base of young players some county, some playing club cricket, and a number of, how shall I put this politely, more senior players.If this interests you in the slightest why not pop down to one of our training sessions and have a go? Who knows you may even enjoy it!? I cannot guarantee you we will win every game, but you will be made welcome, and all I ask is that our players give it 100%, try and enjoy it (as you need to enjoy what you do in your spare time), and see how it goes. Get in touch, details are on the contact page and remember “Don’t say no, until you’ve given it a go!!”
Training is at Ansty CC on Thursday nights 18:00 until 20:00.Have a question about training?E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org .Come along and give it a go, who knows you may enjoy it!?
Ansty Ladies Cricket Club - Providing cricket for all abilities
Ansty Ladies play in Stoner League Div IV
This year we fielded our 1st XI in a one off game in the Stoner Cricket League Divison IV against.Ansty Cricket Club playing cricket in the Stoner Mid-Sussex League played an all female team against opponents Streat and Westmeston on Saturday 15th August. The club provide cricket for four teams on a Saturday afternoon with two playing Sussex Premier Cricket League matches and two playing Stoner Mid-Sussex Cricket League matches.It was our third XI that provided a unique opportunity for the ladies as a considerable number of players were unavailable for various reasons. Our hosts for the match received the team with a positive response and the match was played in good spirit to finally end in a draw.A brief match report is belowDue to a very large number of unavailable players within the club, the third XI fielded an all ladies team to face Streat & Westmeston. This was a first for the club although previously 6 players of the3rd XI team had featured young ladies. Winning the toss Ansty were asked to bat on a wicket that looked a little green after the rain during the week. Lucy Western and Megan Janman opened, putting on 17 for the first wicket that of Janman for 9. Abbey Freeborn (21) joined Western and this pair added a further 40 for the second wicket. Western was caught off the bowling of Stan Spiegel for 36. Sofie Cawley added 34 in her innings with Ellen Burt (22) and Ellie Monk being not out on 21 as Ansty's innings closed on 186-7. John Hawkins bowled throughout the innings with figures of 23-9-45-5.Streat and Westmeston's reply started steadily with a 65 run partnership between Nigel Butler and Alex Kirkbride that ended with Butler being bowled by Megan Janman for 18. William Baxter joined Kirkbride and this pair added a further 23 for the third wicket when Kirkbride was bowled by Sofie Cawley for 47.Colin Baxter was caught by Sophie Huyton-Taylor for 21 off the bowling of Ellie Monk with the score on 133 Baxter went on to 37no as the match ended in a draw. Ellie Monk finished with figures of 12-2-34-2.
This year we had three teams playing in finals days, U11, U13 Pairs, & Ladies T20 DevelopmentThe Under 11’s were up first and came a very close second in an excellent match! The Ladies then played Brighton & Hove and the game ended in a draw so they played a “Super Over”, which our girls managed to win. Finally the U13’s finished level at the end of their game but lost as we lost more wickets than St Peters. An excellent day out and a great end to another season!! Well done to all the teams involved in the day, and role on April!!!