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Sun 5th July-another busy but rain affected day. In the morning our U9s performed very well at the tournament they were at,the U11s fought well but lost to South Wilts,and the U19s had a thrilling last ball win at Marlborough.In the afternoon the U15s were 200-3 when rain halted their game at Marlborough and the friendly side hardly got started in their game.Special mention to Tommy Joyce for his excellent 71 no for the u19s and to Jon Woods for his 94no for the u15s. But performance of the day must surely go to Rosie Pembroke who,playing 2 years above her actual age group,scored an unbeaten century for Wilts U15 girls-well done !

Sat 4th July-well done to the 1sts,2nds and 4ths who won today.Sadly the 3rds lost.

The Wurzels-what a night! A fantastic time was had by nearly 1800 people-many thanks to all who came along and especially to our army of volunteers and sponsors who made the evening go so well-we are very grateful indeed.A substantial sum of money has been raised for the club as well as for the Potterne Church roof fund.A chunk of this has already been committed to be spent on a new outfield mower.Thanks of course too,to the three acts that made the evening so special-The Wurzels.Corky and The Wardrobe Monsters.

Baby Boy!-Many congratulations to Andrew and Hazel Genever on the birth of their first child Charlie!

Weds 27th May-today we held Wiltshire's first ever Disability Open Day at the club.The event was a real success with many young people being taught the game by both our coaches and staff from Wiltshire Cricket and Wiltshire Council.Many thanks to all those who made it such a special day.

Great News-we have been awared a grant of £50,000 by the Sport England Inspired Facilities fund to improve and extend our pavilion including disabled wc facilities-this is amazing news and we are very grateful.

Square re-grading and extension- we are delighted to have secured a grant of £8000 to go towards the re-laying and extending of our square in September.This means we have now raised virtually all of the 14k cost via Grant funding-many thanks to the Community First Landfill Credits Fund for their help!

Rosie Pembroke- has been selected to go the the England Womens U15 Development Squad Observation Day on the 26th April at Loughborough.From this day the U15 England squad will be selected. Everyone at Potterne CC wishes Rosie all the best.

Junior Training-commences w/c 13th April with sessions as follows

U9s Wednesdays 6-730pm at Potterne CC

U11s-Tuesdays 6-730pm at Bishops Cannings CC

U13s and U15s -Mondays 6-730pm at Potterne CC

U19s -Fridays 6-730pm at Potterne CC

Girls -Thursdays 6-730pm at Potterne CC-FROM THURS 30TH APRIL

23 March-Good News-we have today been awarded a Grant of £5000 by Devizes Area Board towards relaying and extending the square which is booked in to be done this September.Many thanks to Wiltshire Council

New net facilities at Lavington School-many thanks to former player and current Hants CCC player Tom Alsop for opening up the fantastic new net facility we now have over at Lavington School.Many thanks also to the school themselves,Wiltshire Council Area Board and Wiltshire Queries CC for their generosity in helping fund the project


Potterne starlets Josh Kelly, Will Pembroke & Sean Montgomery represented Wiltshire U11's at the 5 day festival at Bryanston School in Dorset.

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

Social Calendar 2015-The Committee have a full programme of events for 2015 planned


1-Junior Presentation-details to follow

2-Sports Quiz revised date TBC

3-PCC vs Sri Lankan Invitational X1 -Sun 30th Aug-details to follow

4-Darts Evening with Wayne Mardle-Sat 19th Sept-details to follow

5-Annual Dinner-Fri 25th Sept-Guest speaker Matthew Hoggard

6-Golf Day-October 2015-details to follow

7-Autumn Quiz-Nov 2015-details to follow