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Annual Dinner

Nearly 100 club members attended the annual dinner held in the pavilion on the 24th October. After an excellent meal from Sam and the Confident Cook team the audience were entertained by Dave Whitmore’s ‘stand in’ skippers speech. Boosh also provided a summary of the 3rd team season and for all we know may still be trying to finish his anecdote about Kieran’s hundred as you read this. After Tim Neal had detailed most deliveries of the fourth team season the following awards were handed out;

First Team Players Player: Matt Craven (who also picked up the batting award)

Second Team Players Player: Chris Hill (who also won the bowling award)

Third Team Players Player: Dave Greenhalgh (who also won the batting award)

Fourth Team Players Player: Harry Pounds

Performance of the year: Raja Hayat (192* vs Cosby)

Long Service award: Russell Spiers

Clubman: John Bleby

Non players award: Alison Pedley


KCC complete the treble

An unbeaten ton from skipper Matt Craven saw Kibworth to victory in the League cup final against Loughborough Town on Sunday and sealed a treble of trophies for the club. Chasing a target of 180 for victory, Craven shared an important third wicket stand with Sunny Patel who was forced by injury to limit his usual attacking style. When Sunny was caught behind from 37 Josh Peel joined his skipper to see the team safely home with a couple of overs to spare. The win came a day after a 122 runs victory at Sileby had sealed the clubs first Leicestershire & Rutland Cricket League Premier Division title to add to last weekends County Cup triumph. Sileby were bowled out for just 66 as they chased KCC’s total of 188-9 with Matt Bashford taking 5-23 and his opening partner Luke Evens 4-15. Only one Sileby batsman reached double figures in the 21 over innings. Earlier Josh Peel has been the mainstay of the Kibworth innings with 53 after Sileby won the toss and put the visitors in. Josh added 54 with Fabian Taylor (28) and 46 with Raja Hayat (31) after Kibworth had lost their first 4 wickets for just 47.

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100 Club

The 100 Club is a monthly prize draw which generates a significant amount of money for both charities and the development of Junior Cricket at KCC

It costs £60 per year per ticket and you can pay by cash or cheque at the bar or by internet banking:-

KCC 100 Club


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Further details are available from Duncan Jones or Andrew Smith

Club Hire

If you need an exclusive venue for your event Kibworth Cricket Club has extensive facilities to cater for your every need. Please contact Diane Neal (07905 841461) or EMAIL: di.neal1@btinternet.com

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