Sunday XI

Jas Baines

After a few years without a Sunday team, this year, we are reintroducing our Sunday team, which will see a mixture of club members compete in friendly matches against local sides.

Sunday XI Team News

  • Figg Leads Sunday XI To Victory
    Report courtesy of Alex Strong. After a disappointing day of cancellations on Saturday, the Maldon Sunday XI were determined to play their match away against Canewdon on Sunday. Led by Jas Bains, Maldon were put into bat having lost the toss against the hosts. The pitch was green, and withContinue reading “Figg Leads Sunday XI To Victory”
  • Updated Guidelines – ECB
    The ECB have today released an update regarding the Covid-19 restrictions, which are set to be eased on Monday 17 May 2021. ECB Statement: While guidance for on-field activity remains the same, certain off-field activities in England can recommence from 17 May, with cricket clubs encouraged to move at theirContinue reading “Updated Guidelines – ECB”
  • Sunday XI Collect First Win
    Report courtesy of Luke Sanders. After a narrow defeat to Brentwood CC last weekend the Sunday Xl look to start strong this weekend against Eight Ash Green. Arriving to Eight Ash Green, Captain Bains lost the toss and was forced to bat first. Stuart Coker and Andy Phipps set outContinue reading “Sunday XI Collect First Win”
  • Fantasy League – Week 3 Review
    Review once again, courtesy of Paul Greenham. A bumper Bank Holiday weekend saw 7 fixtures across the period, with 2 wins, 3 defeats, an abandonment and a cancellation as the full results. And some great highlights among these games too, with a mighty 10 players passing the 100pts barrier forContinue reading “Fantasy League – Week 3 Review”
  • Sunday XI Beaten
    Report courtesy of David Blackboro. The Sunday XI’s visit to Rettendon almost started as a tri-team tournament when Galleywood also turned up, but despite their fixture secretary’s protestations they conceded they had got it wrong. In hindsight we would probably have done better against Galleywood. This was a Rettendon sideContinue reading “Sunday XI Beaten”