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Penkridge Cricket Club are involved in All Stars Cricket
All Stars Cricket is a brand new initiative from the England and Wales Cricket Board aimed at providing children aged five to eight with a great first experience in cricket. The programme is delivered across England and Wales at over 1,800 fully accredited All Stars Cricket centres. It is a fun and active way to develop your child’s skills, and through our eight-week programme they will learn lots – as well as make new friends – in a safe and inclusive environment.
All girls and boys are welcome, and each registered child will receive a pack of cricket goodies including a cricket bat, ball, backpack, water bottle, personalised shirt and cap to keep so that they can continue their love of cricket when they go home.
For details use this link https://www.ecb.co.uk/play/all-stars

Weekend highlights

Saturday 2nd September

Birmingham League

1st XI

The 1st XI maintained their Div 2 status with a 3 wicket win over bottom of the table Old Hill. Batting first, Old Hill were restricted to 214 for 8 from their 50 overs with the wickets shared around the bowlers. Penkridge reached their target in the 49th over thanks to Attiq Chishti (60 not out) and Mohammed Ishtiaq (41).

2nd XI

The 2nd XI had their push for promotion dented with an 8 run defeat to local rivals Brewood. Batting first, Brewood were bowled out for 243 in the last of their 45 overs. The Penkridge reply was centred around opener Paul Szewczyk who batted brilliantly for 121 before being the 9th wicket to fall 9 runs short of their target. An excellent one-handed catch on the boundary gave Brewood the 10th wicket and an 8 run win.

Staffs Clubs League

3rd XI

The 3rd XI had a winning draw against Old Wuls 2nd XI. Batting first, Penkridge were bowled out for 203 in the 47th over giving Old Wulfs 53 overs to reach their target but they closed on 152 for 7.

4th XI

The 4th XI were comfortably beaten by Armitage 2nd XI by 8 wickets. Batting first, Penkridge were bowled out for 176 with Myles Davis (64) top scoring supported by skipper Rob Baker (33). Armitage reached their target in the 33rd over.