West Wittering Cricket Club
Saturday 23rd July
This weeks home game
2's Vs. Steyning CC 3rd
Sunday 24th July
Academy Vs. Patrick Houlihan XI
Bar Open during both games
West Wittering School!
WWCC hosted the 2016 Kwik Cricket Tournament last week where teams from 3 of our local schools, West Wittering, East Wittering and Siddlesham, come to our ground to play competitive pairs cricket.
Kwik Cricket aims to provide children of all levels of ability and experience with an opportunity to participate in cricket and to encourage fair play by all.
The round robin competition saw 2 teams from each school, all with at least two girls in the team, play each other where all players get to bowl and bat. It was the West Wittering School "A side" who eventually triumphed with Theo Jennings, (WWCC U13 Colts player), gladly accepting the West Wittering Ashes on behalf of his team.
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West Wittering Cricket Club is an ECB Clubmark, thriving and developing cricket club in West Sussex.
The club runs two Saturday league sides, one Sunday Academy side and one Midweek T20 side, as well as in the West Sussex Invitation League Sunday T20 Cup.
We boast an ever growing colts sections with 80+ juniors training on a Friday evening and teams run at U11, U13 & U15 in 2016.
For more information on each team, please see below:
Saturday 1st XI
After four successive promotions and three as league winners, our 1st XI will need to push again for promotion, playing in West Sussex Invitation League Division Three in 2016.
To view the 2016 fixtures please click here.
To view the league table please click here
For more information, contact Captain Carl Tupper.
Saturday 2nd XI
The 2nd XI will be playing in West Sussex Invitation League Division Seven after their third successive promotion.
To view the league table please click here.
For more information please contact Captain Mark Brien.
Our Academy is designed to bridge the gap between junior & senior cricket, playing in Sunday friendly matches. Bought in to provide more cricket for the 14-19 year olds at the club, the majority of the team will be young developing cricketers, with a few of the 'more experienced' players dropping in.
If you are interested in playing for our Academy side, please contact Captain Marc Slowey.
Midweek T20 XI
Our midweek t20 XI play the majority of their games on a Thursday evening against local and touring sides. If you are interested in playing against WWCC, please contact the fixture secretary.
Our juniors train on a Friday evening at 6pm from April to August. We have 80+ colts led by seven ECB qualified coaches, with teams at U11, U13 & U16 in 2016.
Congratulations to the following juniors on being selected last year for the Western Warriors area squads:
U11: Theo Jennings, Sam Caddy, Seb Nichols, Milo Nutt & Nick Fitzgerald.
Further Congratulations to Theo Jennings, who represented Sussex at U10. WWCC's first County player!
The ECB continues to work with Sport England on the pioneering club accreditation scheme 'Clubmark' to develop a vibrant and healthy club cricket infrastructure.
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