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West Penwith Evening League Revised Schedule

19th July 2020 Posted in Cups and Latest and People by Michael Weeks

Play-Cricket website         WPEL Homepage – Rules & History Gulval, Hayle, St Buryan and St Just were due to play home and away in the WPEL The four teams will also play a round robin in the Peter George Memorial Cup with the top two progressing to a final. Paul and Penzance will also […]

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Mark Humphries RIP

Mark Humphries RIP

17th July 2020 Posted in Latest and League and People by Michael Weeks

It is with great sadness that Tideford Cricket Club  report the passing of Mark Humphries after a long battle with cancer at the age of just 44. Mark played for Tideford from 2010 until 2017 when he started his battle against cancer. Mark was a joy to play cricket with and was a better player than […]

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Phil Payne RIP

12th July 2020 Posted in Latest and Over 50's and People by Michael Weeks

Ex Truro player Philip Payne has died at the age of 54 from Motor Neurone Disease. Phil was playing last season for Retford CC in Nottinghamshire and formally played for Leedstown, Gulval and Cornwall Over 50’s. Click for a full Obituary on the Cornwall Over 50’s page Sad news that Phil Payne has passed away […]

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Cornwall Performance Pathway – Professionals Update

24th May 2020 Posted in Board and Coaches and County Club and Latest and League and People and Youth by Michael Weeks

What have Cornwall’s Professional Cricketers been up to ? Liam Norwell (Warwickshire), Lewis Goldsworthy (Somerset) and Jake Libby (Worcestershire) with thanks to Whitefoot Productions for the videos. #GreatPlayersDoMore Cornish Cricket professional ⁦@LCNorwell⁩ plying his trade ⁦@CornwallCricket⁩ thanks to Whitefoot Productions 💪🏻 pic.twitter.com/5RFe2HHrLj — Cornwall Performance Pathway (@CornwallPathway) May 23, 2020 #GreatPlayersDoMore The latest Cornishman to […]

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Geoff Husband RIP

14th May 2020 Posted in County Club and Latest and League and Over 50's and People by Michael Weeks

It is with great sadness Cornwall Cricket reports the death of cricketeing legend Geoff Husband at the age of 84. He died at his Callington home on Wednesday 13 May, after a short illness, having spent a little time in Derriford hospital. He is survived by wife Pauline and we send our sincere condolences to her, […]

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Johnny Moyle RIP

2nd May 2020 Posted in Latest and League and People by Michael Weeks

The death has been announced of Johnny Moyle who played for Beacon, Barripper, Lanner and Chacewater.     In 2005 at the age of 68 he celebrated playing 60 Years of Village Cricket in West Cornwall. He wrote an article for the Cornwall Cricket Yearbook that year which is reproduced below in his memory. The […]

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Virtual Cycle Challenge in aid of NHS

30th April 2020 Posted in Latest and People by Michael Weeks

Chris Anderson completed his cycle ride visiting every club in the Cornwall Cricket League and finished in style wearing full batting kit for the last kilometre (although there is doubt about whether he was wearing a box despite the grimace on his face!).  He would like to thank everyone for their support and donations and […]

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George Wyatt RIP

George Wyatt RIP

13th April 2020 Posted in County Club and Latest and People by Michael Weeks

It is with deep regret that Callington Cricket Club announce the passing of Samuel George Wyatt on Friday evening last at the age of 86. George was a former Club President and a leg spin bowler of high renown who was well liked and respected throughout the Cornish cricketing community. He took approaching 900 league wickets. […]

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Cricket says goodbye to Michael Evans

20th February 2020 Posted in League and People by Michael Weeks

  Tribute and photos by Michael Weeks, Secretary, Cornwall Cricket League Scroll down for numerous Club and Personal tributes The death has been announced of Cornish Cricket stalwart Michael Evans of Tuckingmill, Camborne, aged 81. Having suffered ill health in recent times, and a brief spell at the Royal Cornwall Hospital, he passed away on […]

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Lewis Goldsworthy reflects on the U19 World Cup

18th February 2020 Posted in People by Michael Weeks

Cornishman Lewis Goldsworthy at the U19 World Cup in South Africa 2020 🎥 "I've been working really hard on my bowling for the last 18 months so it was nice to do well" Lewis Goldsworthy reflects on his magnificent #U19CWC ⤵️#WeAreSomerset pic.twitter.com/66v8CYHw8z — Somerset Cricket 🏏 (@SomersetCCC) February 18, 2020 After losing their rain-affected opening […]

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