On Sunday the 27th August, we will be hosting our annual family rounders afternoon from 4pm. This afternoon is open to all members, family and friends. No experience needed! Prizes for winning team and on the spot prizes!
After the event we will hold a BBQ and Race night to raise funds for the club development.
Hope as many of you as possible can attend. Look out for further information soon!
Our very own Lisa Noel won an Middlesex Oscar for all of her hard work in organising the 2017 Natwest Cricketforce. As a guest of MCCC Lisa attended a Sunday game at Lords (the real home of cricket!)where England legends Angus Fraser and Mike Gatting presented the award. A good day was had by all!
Well done Lisa, and thanks for your efforts!
I would like to thank everyone in the organising and volunteering to run the stalls and anyone who has helped in any way with our community cricket club fun day.
I am so very proud to be President of our community cricket club and it is all of you who make me feel that way make no mistake I mean that from the bottom of my heart.
I would also like to thank our local community for their fantastic support as always in our events and a big thankyou for radio Harrow for entertainment provided
Pinner Cricket Club are pleased to announce that after a hugely successful funday, the club has raised over £1000 towards its future development.
Thank you to everyone who made the event a huge success!
Keep your eyes peeled for our next family event in August!
This Sunday sees the Montesole Oval host Pinner CC's annual Family Fun Day. There will be plenty to do and see and we look forward to welcoming you to the day!
Pinner CC ladies festival was a huge success! Thank you to everyone involved! As announced this evening, we have received a grant to start a ladies cricket team for 2018, watch this space!!
Well done to our award winners
Subhan has been nominated as he continues to show commitment during training sessions, but also has grown in confidence and displayed leadership qualities as one of the senior players in a inexperienced U13 squad. He has also given back to the club by using his free time to help in training sessions for the All Stars as well as helping during the Clubforce weekend.
Pritesh has been nominated as he has shown resilience and perseverance to develop his ability in become a better cricketer this year. This has led to him being selected for matches where he has made valuable contributions with the ball. His confidence has subsequently grown and he is now showing a level of maturity that befits the effort he has put in to date.
Kyara has been nominated for the award to recognise the her growth in confidence this season in playing and training as the only girl in a squad full of boys. Her desire to play the game and willingness to get stuck in has helped her overcome her initial nervousness to now being recognised as a valued member of the U13 squad. She has forged a good relationship with younger girls in the U10 squad and is viewed by her coach as a good role model for a growing girls membership.
Akhil has been nominated in recognition of the effort and hard work he has put into all of the training sessions over the past year. This has led to him becoming captain of the U15 team and being selected to the adults team. He is a well liked member of the group and has gained the respect of his peers through his dedication to the club both on and off the field
All Stars is now into week 4 at Pinner and we have had a fantastic start to the whole course. Over 35 kids, 5-8 yr olds have signed up and enjoying the fun-filled sessions. Most of the kids are new to cricket and it's great seeing them come back each week and really enjoying a new sport. It's also great to see so many of the parents willing to help out. We hope to see many of these kids stay on a join our colts section so the future is looking bright at Pinner.
From a coaches perspective, it's a lot of work, but very rewarding. There are few things better than playing and teaching cricket on a sunny evening at Pinner!!.