Belvoir Cricket Club once again hosted the annual fixture between the MCC and The Duchess of Rutland’s XI. In a very close finish to the game The Duchess’ XI just failed to chase down the MCC total of 193 despite the best efforts of Skipper Darren Bicknell who was 60+ not out at the end.
The Clayfield Show Finally, the cricket season has begun. After weeks of rain and cold weather we were greeted by glorious sunshine at the BCG. Captain Tebbutt lost the toss and the Belvoir 2nds were asked to bat first by visiting Beeston & Toton Sycamore CC 1st team. Would this prove to be B&TS’s first
All associated with Belvoir Cricket Club would like to congratulate Tom Neville on his selection as a playing member of the MCC. This is a hugely prestigious achievement for Tom who joins former club captain Ryan Lewis in this elite cricketing institution. Tom has been a prolific top order batsman for the Belvoir First XI
Belvoir Cricket Club Chairman Andy Dann pays tribute to Andy Sheardown, a great friend to many at the club, who has sadly lost his fight agaist Leukaemia. “My personal thoughts and those of Belvoir Cricket Club are with the family of one of the nicest guys to ever play the game we all love. A
The Belvoir Cricket Club AGM will be held on Monday 7th December at 7.30 pm. Due to the ongoing Coronavirus Pandemic, the meeting will be held by video using Microsoft Teams. A link to join the meeting will be emailed to all club members and posted on Up The Belvoir, Junior Up The Belvoir and
The new and revised plans for the proposed clubhouse and three lane indoor net facility at the BCG have been submitted to Melton Borough Council for planning approval. The full plans can be viewed on the council website at http://www.melton.gov.uk/viewplans Using Reference Number: 19/00807/FUL in the search box. It would also be very beneficial if
In what has clearly been a difficult and truncated cricket season, the South Notts Cricket League must be given credit for organising a very successful competitive format at short notice. The top four teams in each division went forward into semi finals last weekend, 6th September where Belvoir 3s beat table toppers West Bridgefordians 4th
Captain vs Vice Captain T30 After a break of over nine months , cricket resumed at the BCG with an inter club warm up match, organised by former club captain and current legend Ryan Lewis, to celebrate his ?th birthday. An entertaining match was eventually won by Club Skipper Jack Copley’s team whose total of
Club Training to Resume on Saturday 13th June Club training sessions will resume at the BCG from Saturday 13th of June. There will be a 90 minute session for Juniors from 10am – 11.30 am followed by Seniors from 11.30am – 1.00 pm. Due to current ECB regulations, numbers will be limited to 12 players
Please support Ian’s Fundraising Run ! If we as a club can raise £1000 then Ian Robinson has offered to run 10 times round the BCG (approx 5k) wearing a Beaver or Peacock outfit ! In his own words… Ben Robinson has finally worn me down. I want to make an offer to the club.