Cricket Player/Coach Vacancy

 

Primrose Hill and Brondesbury CC

Player, Coach and Business/Community Development Role

Reporting to the President of Primrose Hill CC, we are seeking a player/coach/community and business development officer to join Primrose Hill Cricket Club and Brondesbury Cricket Club. We seek an enthusiastic coach, who is committed to building on our high standard of junior coaching, as well as being a pivotal part of bridging the gap between junior and adult cricket.

Please click on the link below to see job details 

document PHCC & BCC Player Coach Role 2020 (15 KB)

 

 

 

Closing Date:               Friday 31st January 2020

Contact Name:            James Overy

Email:                          jamesovery@primrosehillcc.org

Telephone:                  07910 785735

Please send your CV to the above contact.

http://brondesbury.play-cricket.com/

http://primrosehillcc.org/

Casuals Win Promotion

Congratulations to the Bron Casuals who successully acheived promotion out of the Chess Valley League 5th Division by coming runners up this season.

Eagles Win League

We are delighted to announce that the Bron Eagles have won the Chess Valley League 3rd Division, thus gaining promotion. Tommy Ricketts's men have had a very successful season and have fully deserved to come top of what has been a very competitive league. Tommy himself featured top of the individual acheivements with a 140, and other excellent contributions were provided by James Overy, Vishal Bhimjiyani, Adam Sargant, George Martin, Nick Jones and Mike Wiltshire. The Eagles is a Sunday side which helps the club provide younger cricketers with exposure to good quality limited overs cricket.

End of Season

Sat 5/9/9 Last Saturday night saw the end of season celebrations at the club. A good night saw an end to a season of rebuilding at the club, with a large number of young players representing all four league sides. The first and second teams often had an average age of in the low 20s and finished 7th and 4th in their leagues repectively, which sets a solid base for future years. The evening saw Robert Nelson presented with an award for reaching 300 first team league wickets, with the stumping of ex Middlesex all-rounder Paul Weekes by current Middlesex keeper John Simpson earlier in the season. Mike Wiltshire was also given a send off as he ends his year as second team overseas player to return to his native Auckland.