The annual Castle Rising Match started in sunny conditions with most of the team arriving late from the local pub. Nevertheless, WNCC , having lost the toss, started brightly in the field with a pacey opening spell from Will Means. The wicket was relatively slow but Castle Rising made steady progress putting on 50 for…

Strong Caius side inflict early defeat on WNCC.

The West Norfolk bowlers took several expensive overs to acclimatise to the new season with a bowling display that lacked the expected intensity.

Draw snatched from the jaws of victory at Trinity

The 1st ball of the day saw a Stanton B Melton Mowbray with extra jelly being lobbed to mid off where Stanton W was awoken from his afternoon siesta with a bruise on his forearm and the chance gone.

Blood, Swelling and tears all amount to a draw against Camden

A dull cloudy day in Cambridge at Pembroke college produced some alarming performances: more swelling and blood than an MPs expense audit! With a thin bowling attack (numbers, not weight) Camden eased to a target of 213

Declaration too far by Lincs

Match report pending from Walter Hammond.

Mason: hero or villain? Greshams draw in close game.

The Match started with ominous overtones of previous West Norfolk batting collapses with Hammond edging one in the slips to a player who could not catch a bus. Holden and Everall (Senior) recovered from the early loss to put on a fifty partnership.

Welcome to the virtual clubhouse for the West Norfolk Cricket Club; which as a gentlemen’s cricket club is moving steadily in time towards a solid century.

The club was based at Hunstanton Recreation Ground for many years, has fixtures in Cambridge, around the neighbouring counties and also overseas tours.

Granta win by six wickets

Granta, who blew hot and cold on the quality of the sides turned out, made easy work of knocking off the 208 target with 5 overs to spare and 6 wickets.

West Norfolk Romp to Victory in Epic Suffolk Gents Derby

I am delighted to report a fantastic result for WNCC against the Gents of Suffolk. The Gents fielded a very strong team, with a MCC opening bowler and a hatful of club cricketers. Gurney took the captaincy with relish and the gloves.

A rare victory in a new fixture against Nocturns

20:20 appears to be this season’s highlight, with a victory against the Nocturns. With Vice Captain Gurney elevated to Captain, the game took the pressure on the chin (read: glass jaw) and chipped out for 4.

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