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Notice is hereby given that the Twenty First Annual General Meeting of the Club will be held on Thursday 29th November 2018 at 7.00pm for 7.30pm in the Clubhouse at Romsey Sports Centre. Nomination should be received by the Secretary by Wednesday 21st November 2018. All members, including parents of junior players (Associate Members) are invited to attend.
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Notice is hereby given that the Twentieth Annual General Meeting of the Club will be held on Thursday 30th November 2017 at 7.00pm for 7.30pm in the Clubhouse at Romsey Sports Centre. Nomination should be received by the Secretary by Wednesday 22nd November 2017. All members, including parents of junior players (Associate Members) are invited to attend.
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Sat. 20th May
Ventnor II (220-4) beat OTs & Romsey II (218 all out) by six wickets
OTs & Romsey II’s trip to the Isle of Wight ended in defeat as they lost to Ventnor II by six wickets.
After winning the toss and choosing to bowl first, the hosts struck early and left Romsey 35-3 after Paul Longland, Shane Vidler and Dan Collins fell cheaply to the bowling of Hugh Calloway and S Reid.
The visitors soon hit back through an impressive half century from Stu Shapland and a more than useful knock of 31 from Dan Mogg.
But once Shapland had been caught out for 53, it was the hosts who took the ascendency once more, with Reid (4-46) looking particularly dangerous.
Wickets continued to tumble for Romsey but number 8 batsman Lewis Allen stopped the Ventnor bowlers in their tracks with a half century of his own. He fired five boundaries on his way to hitting 57 to guide the visitors to 218 all out.
In response, the hosts got off to a solid start, with opening batsmen John Buckman and Tom Stafford sharing a first wicket stand of 64 before the latter was caught out off Shapland’s bowling.
Two quick run outs and a wicket for Allen then reduced the home side to 93-4 as Romsey looked for victory.
However, the pressure soon subsided with some superb batting from Calloway (70*) and Alex Horton (51*) seeing Ventnor cruise to victory with six wickets to spare.
This year I will be happy to provide playing members with physiotherapy and exercise advice to help address potential injury, manage existing injury and treat injury sustained throughout the season. Hopefully this will allow early return to play or advice when it is appropriate to rest.
I have been working with the physiotherapy team at Hampshire cricket club and modified the ECB screeing tool so that it is appropriate for recreational cricketers. This tool is designed to help identify movement or strength faults that may lead to injury and can guide a strength and / or flexibility exercise programme.
Screening has been taking place during the net sessions at the Hampshire Collegiate School, this will continue to be offered to players throughout the season. Just let me know.
For injury advice, treatment and strapping I will be available most Tuesday evenings at the club between 6.30 – 8.00pm and Saturday mornings between 10.30 – 12.00 am. We plan to set-up a booking system on the club website. Alternatively, you can ring me on 07496508409 to arrange an appointment.
I am happy to help players who are committed at working hard at maintaining their physical health.
What these sessions are NOT is a rub up before or after a game.
I look forward to working with you and hope for a successful 2017 season.
Sat 13th May
Andover III (148 all out) beat OTs & Romsey IV (54 all out) by 94 runs
An almighty batting collapse saw OTs & Romsey IV lose to Andover III by 94 runs, despite James Humphries’ incredible six wicket haul.
Romsey bowled first and with Humphries opening the bowling, the visitors were a threat from the outset. In his first spell, Humphries took four wickets to leave Andover struggling before tea.
However some resilience in the second half of their innings saw the hosts claw their way back into match, with one home batsman battling his way to a half century.
Kian O’Connor then took two wickets in response for Romsey before Humphires finished off his spell with his fifth and sixth wickets of the match to take him to 11 wickets for the season.
Cam Melling then picked up two wickets to bowl Andover all out for 148.
In reply, Romsey never looked like they were going to achieve their target, losing their openers cheaply. It was not until the seventh wicket partnership between Ieuan Wathen and Martin Kerridge-Weeks that the visitors put some pressure on the hosts’ bowling but when Kerridge-Weeks was unfortunately run out, the rest of Romsey’s line-up crumbled, leaving Wathen stranded on 26* and the visitors all out for 54.
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