There will be no junior training on Sunday 26/2 and Sunday 5/3. We will resume on Sunday 12/3 at 4pm.
Senior nets start Sunday 12th February at Rossett School in Harrogate. We will be netting for an hour from 5pm to 6pm. New players are very welcome to come and join us. This year we will be fielding two teams in the Nidderdale League and a Wednesday side in the Harrogate Evening League.
Our junior training programme commences Sunday 5th February at Boston Spa School Sports Hall.
Players in the Under 7 and Under 9 age groups (school years 1 – 4) will train from 4pm to 5pm. Players in the Under 11 to Under 15 groups will then train from 5pm to 6pm. We will be running sessions until 26th March.
All players – old and new – are welcome! For more details please contact me on email@example.com.
Our Junior Presentation will be on Friday 23rd September at 6.30 at the club. We will be having a fun quiz before we move onto appreciating the efforts of all our players from Under 7 to Under 15.
Who will win the trophies with the names of recent legends (some not so recent and some not so legendary) on?
…is this Friday 15th July.
The club is holding a Sports Quiz on Saturday 9th July. Come along and test your knowledge with your friends. It starts at 7.30 so get your Thinking Cap on at about 7.15.
It’s £5 for a team of four and, as ABBA would say, the Winner Takes It All.
Well done to Studley Royal Under 7s who win this year’s Nidderdale Under 7s Tournament.
It is always a pleasure to host this tournament and this year was no different. What was different was the weather. It was actually quite warm and dry.
Nine teams took part – Spofforth, Ouseburn, Harrogate, Knaresborough, Follifoot, North Stainley, Pannal, Studley Royal and Ripley – playing over three groups to find 4 semi-finalists. The semi-finals were competed by Harrogate, Ouseburn, Studley and North Stainley. Studley beat Harrogate (267 v 190) and Ouseburn beat North Stainley following a nerve jangling bowl-off (the game tied at 251 each).
In the final, a strong Studley side beat a plucky, young Ouseburn side 259 to 216.
Well done to everyone who contributed to the day.