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Alleyne’s cricketers play home games at Stone Cricket Club

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Cricketers from Alleyne’s Academy are now playing their home games at Stone Cricket Club in a new partnership between the school and club. Alleyne’s Academy provides students with the opportunity to develop their cricketing skills both in lessons and through extra-curricular opportunities to compete against other schools. Now in partnership with Stone SP CC that opportunity is being enhanced further ...

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Treble triumph for Stone Cricket Club

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What a season for Stone Cricket Club! They’d already been crowned league T20 champions earlier this year and at the weekend they sealed the Premier League title for the second year running and won a remarkable Staffordshire Cup Final too. On Saturday, a victory against Hem Heath saw Stone crowned North Staffordshire and South Cheshire Premier Division title at their Lichfield ...

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Stone win last-ball classic at Little Stoke

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Stone 1st XI were involved in a classic encounter on Saturday with near neighbours Little Stoke which eventually saw the Premier League champions emerge victorious in the fading light and off the very last ball of the match. Little Stoke skipper Gareth Morris won an important toss and had no hesitation in inserting the visitors. Luke Cheadle made light of ...

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Weekend of mixed fortunes for Stone 1st XI

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It was a weekend of mixed fortunes for Stone Cricket Club’s 1st XI, with a fine league victory marred by them being dumped out of the Talbot Cup the following day. They continued their impressive league form at home to Porthill Park on Saturday with an emphatic six-wicket win over the visitors. Having lost the toss Stone were invited to bowl ...

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Stone top of the table after thumping victory

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Just as the title run-in starts in earnest, Stone Cricket Club’s 1st XI moved to the top of the Premier League on Saturday thanks to an emphatic 10-wicket victory at Longton. Jimmy Dawson, standing in for the holidaying Richard Harvey, won the toss and asked the home side, without four players following a recent disciplinary hearing and with all-rounder Rob ...

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NatWest Club T20 finals day in Stone

There’s a fantastic day of cricket at Stone Cricket Club on Sunday (2nd August) as the club hosts the area finals of this year’s NatWest Club T20 trophy. Stone take on Chester Boughton Hall at 10am, followed by Mochdre v Walsall. The winners of those two matches will then compete for the trophy at 4pm. Gates open at 8.30am ready ...

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Stone reach Staffordshire Cup semi-final

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Stone Cricket Club’s 1st XI had another successful weekend with back to back victories in the league and cup, ensuring their good run of form continued. On Saturday they faced lowly Newcastle and Hartshill in league action and after winning the toss skipper Richard Harvey had no hesitation in batting first on a good looking track. His decision was justified ...

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Stone to host national T20 Knockout Cup semi-finals

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Stone will host the area semi-finals of the National T20 Knockout Cup after winning the Shark Cricket T20 final against hosts Checkley in a thrilling game that was a superb advert for local cricket. Stone made it a hat-trick of T20 titles, repeating their successes of 2013 and 2014, and will now host the corresponding champions from Cheshire, Birmingham and North Wales ...

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Dismal batting sees Stone slump to 84-run defeat

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Stone SP 1sts continued their dismal batting form last weekend, slumping to an 84-run defeat against high-flying Norton in Hales. The home side batted first and thanks to some largely disciplined bowling on a helpful wicket, were restricted to only 138 off 43 overs with wickets shared between Wasim Khan 5-41, Shaffique Hussain 3-27 and Kiwi Ryan Wall who picked ...

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Latest Stone Cricket Club reports

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Stone SP 1sts had another disappointing day away at high-flying Rode Park as their promising start to the season starts to fade. The home side won the toss and decided to bat but never really got going as they were restricted to 163 from only 48.3 overs. Their struggle was due to some excellent bowling from part-time off spinner James ...

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