No Reports from 1st or 2nd XI
Kempton CC vs 3rd XI
KEMPTON 160-9 45 OVERS - TD 133 ALL OUT (44 OVERS)
GOOD GAME RUINED BY UMPIRING CONTROVERSY
Kempton needed to win this game to maintain their chances of being promoted, but there is absolutely no need to win at all costs and to
Warlingham vs 2nd XI
Thames Ditton 2nd XI tripped up in their pursuit of promotion straight back into the Surrey Championship on Saturday, when they visited a Warlingham side languishing in the lower reaches of the league.
The Elmbridge team, knew they would have a game on their hands. The Warlingham side
1st XI vs Newdigate CC
NO MATCH REPORT - Lost by 4 Wickets
Byfleet CC vs 2nd XI
The 2s gathered at Byfleet knowing that a win would keep them in the promotion places at the business end of the season. Byfleet's ground in many ways conforms to John Major's bucolic vision of what a
1s vs Shepperton
Unfortunately there is no report for the 1s due to the game being finished by about 3pm.
Although, congrats to Chris Dixon for getting his highest score for the 1s, in his 7 years playing in the ones, Chris has amassed 95 runs with an average of 5
1st XI vs Deando Ruxley
After three games without success the ones were desperate to get a win this week. Deando Ruxley arrived to the green and after a thumping victory in the first league game of the season TD was confident of a result.
The pitch, looking like a combination of
Hampton Hill CC vs 1st XI
After fighting through the traffic TD managed to make it to the ground just in time for the toss. TD were sent into bat. The crowds descended on mass, as the benches around the ground started to fill, and the herds of deer gazed upon
SRKSCC Vs 1st XI
Thames Ditton travelled to Kenley to play their eleventh league game of the season, against Southern Rail Kenley and Selsdon cricket club. On a warm day, with SRK and S CC winning the toss, TD were asked to bat. Terrington and Vasudev walked to the crease together
Long Ditton CC Vs 1st XI
Thames Ditton 147 AO (M Dixon 49, T Pemberton 29) lost to Long Ditton 149-5 (Jarvis 3-38) by 5 wickets.
Following on the back of three successive victories for the first time in seemingly living memory, the ones travelled to local rivals Long Ditton full of confidence
1st XI vs West End Esher
The 1st XI were looking to continue their winning ways from the previous two weeks and were facing West End (Esher) at home.
It was going to be a frustrating start to proceedings as intermittent rain showers (not forecasted by either the BBC or Oli Williams,
Chaldon CC vs 1st XI
Thames Ditton 177-9dec (Annable 50, Dixon M 32, Weir 27*) beat Chaldon 72 all out (Jarvis 6-13, Spiler 2-13, Dixon M 2-17) by 105 runs.
The ones second long distance away trip in a week took the team to Chaldon to avenge the defeat they had suffered