Sunday XI Sneak Home

The weather conditions were damp, overcast & a little muggy with a threat of thundery showers later in the afternoon. However, we got a full game in as the predicted rain thankfully never arrived. It was the end of Maldon’s cricket week and there were many tired, battered, and bruised bodies on the park this afternoon but stillContinue reading “Sunday XI Sneak Home”

Bryant Helps Ones To Victory

Maldon entertained Haverhill determined to put behind them two recent defeats with an unchanged side at Drapers Farm. With Haverhill winning the toss they elected to bat and despite an early breakthrough from Matt Wild at 55 for 1 this looked a good decision. Cue Harry Grant, after batting well on his debut last week,Continue reading “Bryant Helps Ones To Victory”

4s Return To Winning Ways

After two disappointing defeats in a row, Maldon 4s were eager to return to winning ways away to Boxted. Having lost the toss, Maldon were asked to field first. The opening bowling attack of Xavier Scieller-Giles and Michael Newman bowled well with Xavier taking three maidens I his first three overs. The experienced Newman soonContinue reading “4s Return To Winning Ways”

Cricket Week 2021 – Review

Vice-chairman, Joe Figg has provided a review of Cricket Week which finished yesterday, with the Rhiannon Bailey trophy contest. This year’s Maldon Cricket Week started on Tuesday evening at Drapers Farm with a T20 match between Maldon and Woodham Mortimer. Maldon’s T20 side came out on top and won by 42 runs thanks to aContinue reading “Cricket Week 2021 – Review”

Maldon Two’s Travel Triumph

Maldon Two’s won by 11 runs in a tense but exciting away match against Easton in the Two Counties Division 5 on Saturday. Maldon travelled to Suffolk more in hope than expectation with several regulars missing, giving an opportunity to four youngsters promoted from the third team. And they didn’t disappoint. Led by captain BenContinue reading “Maldon Two’s Travel Triumph”

4s Battle Back But Fall Short

COVID Self-isolation gets the better of Maldon 4s with an entire cricket side being ‘pinged’ over the week, and indeed the night and morning before the game, the Maldon 4thXI looked completely different to recent weeks. However, spirits were high and the sun was shining. Having won the toss Maldon elected to field first. DespiteContinue reading “4s Battle Back But Fall Short”

Dons Beaten By Woolpit

Maldon headed into back to back home games frustrated by their narrow defeat to Halstead the previous week but hopeful that they could bounce back. With captain Pugh back to lead the side he started by winning the toss and electing to bat on a hot day that looked ideal for batting. Unfortunately, Maldon couldContinue reading “Dons Beaten By Woolpit”

5XI To Go Competitive

On Wednesday 14 July, Maldon Cricket Club held an EGM to decide on the future of the clubs 5th XI. Club members were invited to vote on three options, to decide upon the future of open age cricket for some of our senior mens teams. The options for club members were as follows; We retainContinue reading “5XI To Go Competitive”

Cricket Week – Agenda

With our 2021 Cricket Week less than seven days away, preparations are shortly due to get underway and more details are now available. On Saturday 17 July, assistance is required at Drapers Farm for our annual marquee construction. The more volunteers we have available, the quicker it will take to build the marquee. Work willContinue reading “Cricket Week – Agenda”