MEMBERSHIP 2021 / 22
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Quick note: This Saturday 15th May, the club will be opening at 3pm as cricket is away and the weather hasn’t made its mind up what it wants to do.
Thanks to everyone who has endured the British Weather whilst restriction were in place, thankfully from Monday 17th May we will be open inside once again, resuming normal hours,
Monday – Friday opening at 5pm
Saturday – Sunday 12pm.
Restriction for this next stage mean that everyone is still required to wear a face mask unless seated and we will be continuing table service.
The annual Memberships are now due, and by way of a thank you for the turbulent past year, we are offering a free drink for everyone with their renewal.
Hope to see you all soon.
Diners will be allowed to eat inside with table service. Please pre book your table and if possible pre order your food. You can do the using the ordering and booking app or by calling Andy on 07519 975811.
Thursday, Fridays 5-8pm
Friday evening Junior Cricket sessions commencing
7th May 2021 from 6:00pm.
Come along, learn new skills from our qualified coaches, in a safe and friendly environment. Have fun and make new friends.
Look forward to seeing you all soon.
Also from Friday 18th June 2021 DYNAMOS Cricket
It’s a brand new ECB programme which makes cricket accessible for everyone. It is the perfect place for children to begin on their cricket journey, but also as the next step for those who have finished All Stars cricket.
A national programme
For anyone aged eight to eleven
8x 60 – 90 minute sessions, held over eight weeks
Fun sessions, where skills are learned and developed
A game each week, where new skills can be applied
New format cricket
Easy online registration
Includes a personalised New Balance t-shirt
Safe and fully accredited- delivered by Dynamo Activators
Playing with wooden bats.
Money can’t buy experiences
TONIGHT'S GAME CANCELLED
Thursday evenings commencing at 6:30pm
Everyone welcome, come along and have some fun
If you are interested in taking part please email:
Any initial queries may be addressed to
Role Description – Club Coach / Contract Player
Job Description Cricket Lead Coach / Contract Player at Brixham Cricket Club
We require a committed and confident self-employed or directly employed lead coach to deliver our Senior squad and senior colts weekly training sessions, to assist colts integration into senior Saturday and Sunday League squads and to further develop our training programme.
Specific coaching requirements:
Plan and lead our weekly Tuesday evening coaching outdoor training sessions to be undertaken in the period commencing April 2021 (start date to be confirmed)
Oversee & conduct risk assessment at all sessions.
Knowledge and understanding of ECB Child Welfare procedures in relation to coaching responsibilities.
Conduct sessions in accordance with the appropriate ECB guidelines and good practice.
Encourage the players to act in a sportsmanlike manner at all times and ensure that the spirit of the game be promoted at all times.
Share good practise with all club coaches and volunteer helpers.
Work with the club committee to generate ideas, execute plans and collaborate so shared goals are achieved and to develop future player quality, forward planning and recruitment.
Person Specification –required coaching qualifications and experience:
Level 2 or above qualified coach. (Preferably pursuing level 3 qualification or with a proven track record for lead coach position).
Experience working with Seniors and children from 16+ years of age.
Up to date DBS, First Aid and Safeguarding Young Cricketers certification.
Committed every week to the schedule detailed above.
Excellent communication, organisational skills and punctuality.
Contract Player - Person Specification –required qualifications and experience:
Will have a proven track record in Devon Cricket League Division B or above or higher standard.
All round ability preferred but not essential.
Will be available to play in all Saturday Devon League and Sunday T20 Cup matches subject to Terms and Conditions below.
Act in a sportsmanlike manner at all times and ensure that the spirit of the game be promoted at all times.
Integrate with Senior squad and colts players to generate positive team attitude to achieve shared goals.
Terms and Conditions.
Attractive remuneration package for successful candidate.
Initial one season contract with a view to extension subject to accomplishments.
Payment shall be made for appearances and training session delivery upon receipt of invoice /time sheet
Any pre-booked holidays/appointments that may result in a non-attendance shall be mutually agreed with the Cricket Committee in advance.
Assurance of a warm welcome to the club.
If you are interested in this opportunity please email, in confidence, details of experience and performance stats to : email@example.com
Any initial queries may be addressed in confidence to
CRICKET SCORERS WANTED
Because of a combination of retirements and family commitments we need to recruit cricket match scorers . Offers of help for a few matches or regularly will be warmly received
If you , or anyone you know, might be interested please get in touch with Phil Gregory on 07577 277576
This is a voluntary position with free tea and expenses paid although the club would be willing to consider paying a fee for a regular commitment.
BCC Charity Christmas Events
Pictured are Nick Hart (Chairman), Graham Luscombe and Mike Smith proudly presenting a cheque for £1200 to Georgia Brooks of Rowcroft Hospice on behalf of Brixham Cricket Club.
The Club over the last thirty years have traditionally used the festive period to raise monies for local charities. This started out at our old clubhouse with a charity quiz and has grown annually, with the help of some committed members to incorporate a charity bingo evening and a darts tournament. These events have raised well in excess of £20,000 for local charities over the years.
This years recipients were Rowcroft Hospice. Their vision is 'to make every day the best it can be for all patients, and their families, living with life-limiting illnesses in South Devon'. A truly well deserving charity.
BCC Committee and Rowcroft Hospice would like to express their gratitude to all members of the club who supported the events and contributed in any way to this fantastic total. In particular thanks go to Nick Hart, Graham Luscombe and Mike Smith who organised the quiz, darts and bingo nights. Thanks also to Exeter Chiefs Rugby Club, Exeter Racecourse, Woodlands, Princess Theatre and Eileen Mackellar who donated auction lots. The total also includes a donation from the Club.
DAN to return as Brixham overseas player for new 2020 season
Dan Lakshan who was Brixham's overseas player last season has agreed terms to return to the Club for the 2020 season. 21 year old Dan was an extremely popular overseas player in 2019 with members and players alike. In the season he obtained his formal coaching qualification which enables him to bring an extra dimension to the club for 2020. During the 2019 league season Dan proved himself to be a hard hitting batsman scoring 482 runs at an Average of 34.43 with a highest score of 103. Dan invariably opened the bowling and he ended the season with 30 wickets at an average of 16.83 with a best of 6 for 38.
Club Secretary Phil Gregory says 'it's great that Dan is coming back to help us rebuilding our cricket. He has much to offer as a player a coach and a person He is going to be a real asset this year'
Parents and children have given a massive thumbs up to Brixham Cricket club ALL STARS programme this year .
43 young people aged 5 to 8 signed up for the programme which ran for eight weeks at the club on a Friday evening
Our programme was run by George Breyley assisted by Dan Lakshan our overseas player and a number of young and not so young volunteers.
A written club survey at the end of the programme was completed by half of the parents involved and produced the following results
Is ALL STARS programme good value for money? 96.6 % SAID YES
Did your child enjoy ALLSTARS? Every parent marked us 100%
Did our team of volunteers make you feel welcomed? Every parent marked us 100%
Is Brixham Cricket Club a good venue for ALLSTARS? Every parent marked us 100%
Would you recommend Brixham ALL STARS to a friend? Every parent marked us 100%
Numerous comments are also recorded such as Brilliant, we enjoyed every minute, fantastic fun. Thanks so much.
Phil Gregory, Club Secretary says, "we are so proud of the people who helped deliver this programme Special thanks to George Breyley who was brilliant" !!
BRIXHAM CRICKET CLUB
2019 ALL STARS
COLTS V PARENTS
To coincide with the Cricket World Cup, currently underway, Brixham Cricket Club hosted an inaugural match between Colts and their Parents at the Club .
14 Colts took on 12 parents in a match where the result was in doubt until the last ball .Clearly a number of parents had spent most of the summer practising their bowling in their back gardens and were able to restrict the colts to 103 in the overs allocated.
Despite the Colts showing great respect for their elders when bowling ,a number of Adults clearly had a very good eye and were very effective hitting 'across the line'.
Come the final over the Parents needed nine to win and with two balls left this had been reduced to seven .The penultimate ball sailed into the long grass for 6 leaving the scores level .As the fielders crowded in to stop the single a dot ball ensured the match ended in a tie at 103 runs each side .
Many thanks to all who took part in a very enjoyable afternoon which could well become a regular annual fixture
OVERSEAS PLAYER 2019
Picture shows club Chair Nick Hart presenting overseas player ‘Dan’ Lakshan with a trophy to recognise Dan’s outstanding contribution during the 2019 season
Dan, aged 20, came to us on his first visit to England ,having played for Sri Lanka Under 19 ‘s in the 2018 world cup for that age group.
In league innings Dan hit 482 runs ,with a highest score of 103 and an average of 34.43.
With the ball Dan took 30 wickets with a best of 6 for 38 ,at an average of 16.83.
Dan was a very popular figure around the club, who give willingly his time to help with All Stars cricket for the under 8’s and with coaching for individuals and our Colts Teams
We will follow Dan’s future career with interest
PRESENTATION OF CLUBMARK AWARD 2019 - 2022
Liz Boylin (Club Welfare Officer) and George Breyley (Head of Cricket) receive Clubmark award from Alex Jopling Devon Cricket Board
END OF SEASON AWARDS 2019
Colts Bowling Award
for help coaching young Cricketers
Colts Most Improved
for help coaching young Cricketers
for help coaching young cricketers
for help coaching young Cricketers
Best Individual Performance
Clubman of the Year
Bar Staff off to University
COLTS PRESENTATION EVENING
Holly has captained the under 14 side and led from the front often being 'retired out' having reached the maximum number of runs allowed for each batter. In addition she has played regularly for the adult second team and helped with training under 11 players on Friday evenings.
Ayden is one of our most improved players and established himself as a key player in the team bowling attack. In addition he has turned out and bowled for the adult second team helping ensure we were able to field a competitive team
ALL STARS CRICKET
Some of our All Stars group of 6 and 7 year olds with Twinkle the national programme mascot. The group had eight Tuesday sessions at the club led by our head coach George Breyley and assisted by our welfare officer Liz Boylan and committee member Kym Nettleton -Stokes
HOLLY WINS TOP BRIXHAM SPORTS AWARD
Holly Perkin who plays for Brixham Second Team and the Club Colts teams, has been awarded a prestigious Outstanding Sports Achievement Award by Brixham Town Council
Holly has been playing Cricket for Devon Girls for the past two seasons competing against teams from around the south west and further afield.
She has been a regular in Saturday league cricket taking wickets and scoring critical runs for the adult team.
Holly has now been accredited as a junior coach and next season hopes to be helping coach our younger players at our regular Friday evening training sessions
Well done Holly !
Our picture shows Holly receiving her award from Rosemary Clarke . the Chair of Brixham town council
Brixham Cricket Club
FOUNDED MARCH 6th 1934
Astley Park (1934-35)
Northfields Lane (1936-2008)
North Boundary Road (2009-)
Navy Blue and Light Blue
Blue rampant lion with red tongue
and talons above a gold ribbon with
"which is medieval Dutch for 'I WILL MAINTAIN' which William Prince of Orange declared on landing in Brixham on November 5th 1688 when he claimed "I will maintain the liberties of England and the Protestant Religion"
1st Team Captain