We are Clubmark Accredited,an ECB Focus Club and participants in the MCC Cricket FoundationChance2Shine schemes-bringing cricket back into state schools.We are a Company imited by Guarantee.

Sun 27th July-in the morning the u18's won their game to go top of their league.In the afternoon the u13s lost to a strong S Wilts side whilst at the club we held a mixed double wicket competition which was very well supported and enjoyed by all-well done to winners Hannah Morgan and Liam Cutler

Sat 26th July-a clean sweep as all 4 sides win-well done to Jamie Hayes and Jack Bramwell for their unbeaten tons for the 2nds.

200 Club-June winners available to view in 200 Club section of this site

Tom Alsop-has been awarded a Development Contract by Hampshire-this is great news-well done Tom!

2014 Season-it has been a really busy winter for the club-not only have we undertaken a small refurb at the pavilion and built a new scorebox,but we have also signed up as the Hub Club for Central Wiltshire for Disability Cricket-details to follow.On the field of play we have had a number of players join the club,namely-

Richard Atkinson-a leg spiner who has moved to the area from Marlborough-7 stag dos and weddings restrict his availability but a really good signing nevertheless

Gedeon Charles-Gedz is soldier based at Tidworth and bowls fast medium-he has played two games so far and fitted in very well

Ed Young-released by Glos last year Ed will be an excellent acquisition for the 1st X1 and offer his experience to our juniors in a coaching capacity too.

James Hendrickson-James is the current Cardiff UCCE keeper and will be the 1st X1 keeper this year following Tom Cullens enforced departure.

Jamie Hayes-on a gap year from New Zealand, Jamie will be the 2nd X1 Overseas player this year as well as helping with the juniors

Pete Mathias-Pete joins us after a very long and distinguished career at Marlborough and will offer his experience to the 2nd X1

Sam Gaiger-after a 5 year break from cricket Sam will return to regular cricket this year

Phil Alsop-Phil will also be playing on a regular basis having not played for a while for us,probably in the same side as his son Stan

We are delighted to have signed all of the above and trust all current members will make them welcome.

Social Calendar 2014-The Committee have a full programme of events for 2014 planned

1-Beer Festival-Sun 24th Aug-entry £5 adults £2.50 kids or £15 festival special c/w glass and beer tokens-contact Ed Fruen on edfruen@Hotmail.com to book tickets

2-Annual Dinner-Fri 26th Sept -info to follow

3-Club Golf Day-Fri 17th October-details to follow

4-Autumn Quiz-Fri 21st November-details to follow

5-Darts Exhibition Night-Pro Darts is coming to PCC! Details to follow.

England cricket star Lydia Greenway visited Bishops Cannings school to promote Chance to Shine in schools. Lydia has just returned from Australia where England won the Ashes. She also ran a coaching session and encouraged girls to join their local club. Chairman Fred Kerley joined Lydia as Georgia Colyer was presented with her county shirt. 

3rd December-Potterne Cricket Club's junior members Rosie & Will Cook and Alice Eaves meet England batting star Lydia Greenway during her Chance to Shine visit to Devizes School

 

Fri 6th Sept Wiltshire OSCA's - Congratulations to the winners of the Wiltshire OSCA's awards. Well done to Johnathan Rose for winning 'Behind the Scenes' Award and Fred Kerley for winning 'Life Time Achievement' award both will now go to Lords at the end of the month for the national awards.Well done to the other nominees for the club and congratulations to all junior members of the club that received awards. We were also awarded our new Clubmark award until 2016. Well done to all.Well done also to Tom Cullen who was awarded Wiltshire Academy Player of the Year.

Good News!-Sahan Wijerathne,our overseas player for this year,has already signed to return in 2014.This is excellent news for the club as a whole as all who know Wiji will,we are sure,agree 

Sat 31st August-CONGRATULATIONS to our 1st X1 who beat Lechlade to gain promotion to Premier 2.Well done also to the 3rds who won to gain promotion from Wilts Div 3.The 2nds and 4ths lost

 

Sun 25th August-over 700 people attended at various times of the day our inaugural Beer Festival-a great time was had by all and a substantial sum raised for club funds.Many thanks to all the volunteers who made it happen. 

Aerial Photograph of The Grove. Prints available from Bloc Pics johnathan.rose1980@gmail.com