Following the latest guidance from the ECB that first-class cricket will be suspended until May 28 due to COVID-19, the National Counties Cricket Association has taken the decision to postpone this season’s NCCA T20 tournament. Shropshire had been scheduled to play four group games in the competition in the early weeks of the 2020 season. […]
About Stuart Dunn
This author has yet to write their bio.Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud Stuart Dunn contributed a whooping 194 entries.
Entries by Stuart Dunn
Shropshire County Cricket Club has cancelled its annual Pure Telecom hospitality event, which was scheduled to take place in July. The club has taken the decision as it continues to closely monitor the impact of the COVID-19 virus. Shropshire had been scheduled to host Scottish side Grange CC from Edinburgh in two Twenty20 matches at […]
Shropshire County Cricket Club’s annual President’s Lunch on Sunday, March 29 has regrettably been postponed due to growing concerns over COVID-19.
Shropshire County Cricket Club has introduced new team management and selection committees for the 2020 season. Former captain James Ralph and top-order batsman Tony Parton join the new selection committee, which also includes the club’s newly-appointed Director of Cricket John Abrahams and player/coach Simon Kerrigan. Both Parton and Ralph have vast knowledge of Minor Counties […]
John Hulme, a former opening batsman for Shropshire County Cricket Club, insists he is honoured to have been appointed as the club’s new chairman. John steps up from vice-chairman to replace the long-serving Toby Shaw, chairman since 2011, after he decided to stand down from the role after serving the club so well for many […]
Shropshire County Cricket Club’s Emerging Player Programme has been hailed a great success after 14 promising players were invited to attend the close season coaching programme. A partnership between Shropshire CCC and Cricket Shropshire, the winter programme – introduced to identify promising players from around the county – was again sponsored by Besblock, keen supporters […]
Shropshire County Cricket Club is looking forward to returning to both Wellington and Wem to play matches next season after finalising fixtures and home venues for the National Counties Cricket Association 2020 campaign. Bridgnorth, Oswestry, Shifnal, Shrewsbury and Whitchurch will once again host county matches across the different formats, with Wrekin College also staging two […]
Shropshire County Cricket Club is delighted to be strengthening its links with Wrekin College. The independent co-educational boarding and day school in Wellington has become the home of Shropshire’s Academy side by making its excellent facilities available to host the team’s matches. Having staged Shropshire’s successful annual hospitality day – a popular event regularly attended […]
John Abrahams, who enjoyed playing for Shropshire County Cricket Club towards the end of his successful playing career, has been appointed as the club’s new Director of Cricket. Abrahams, who captained Lancashire during his long association with the Red Rose county, has more recently been manager of England’s under-19 team. He remains involved with the […]
Shropshire will host first-class county Derbyshire in a 50-over match next summer. All clubs in the newly-named National Counties Cricket Association have been allocated a home fixture against first-class opposition. The matches will form part of the preparations for first-class counties for the Royal London Cup competition. Shropshire have been paired against Derbyshire, with the […]