Saturday 24th October – Annual Dinner,
With the season now over, make sure that you secure your place for the club Annual Dinner on Saturday 24th October at 7.15pm.
The cost is £25 per head and will feature an excellent 3 course meal prepared by Sam and her expert team at The Confident Cook.
This is sure to be a sell out given the tremendous success that we have had on all fronts and 75% of tickets have already gone as we go to press.
To make sure you secure yours by mailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday 30th October – Under 11’s Halloween Party, 6pm
Friday 13th November – Junior Presentation night, 7pm for 7.30pm start.
10th, 11th, 12th, 17th, 18th, 19th December – Party Nights
Sat 19th & Sun 20th Sept – Women’s Premier League Finals
Bath CC brought down the curtain on the 2015 season at KCC as they won the ECB Ladies County Championship final by beating JD Meakin CC. Newport CC finished third in the competition as they beat Leeds side New Farnley. A 132 ball innings of 152 by Bath number 3 Luff was the backbone of a total of 307 that proved far to good for the side from Stoke who were bowled out for 78.
The two day competition brought to a close another season when we have established ourselves further as a venue of choice for the ECB who have held a total of 4 finals days at our ground.
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.
Under 17’s are County Champions
The Under 17’s added another trophy to the KCC cabinet on Sunday morning by winning the County title at Fleckney Road. Kieran Woodward and Harrison Norton were the main scorers in a total of 165 that provided too much for the visiting Soar Valley side.
Kibworth win County Cup
The first team capped a great weekend for the club when they lifted the County Cup for the fifth time at Grace Road on Sunday. Sunny Patel scored 51 and CPM (34*) and Whitty (25*) shared a vital sixth wicket partnership as Matt Craven’s team chased down Lutterworth’s total of 161 with an over to spare. Craig Wilson’s 66 was the mainstay of the Lutterworth total and only Alex Hill with 34 gave him any real support. The total looked under par but would have been considerably worse had the KCC team not contributed 33 extra’s. The wickets were spread around with Luke 7-0-19-1 and Spiro 8-2-21-1 being especially economical. The victory was the clubs fifth success in the competition and ‘The Legend’s’ ninth title have claimed four victories with the Leicester Nomads club,
U13 Cup Final v Bharat CC
Unfortunately our U13’s came up just short in Sunday’s Cup Final against Bharat. Congratulations to them for a great performance but well done to KCC for a great season