Rainham CC youth section (under 15s to under 11s) are considering going on tour Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th April to Trowbridge. The seniors have already secured their tour and will be playing Trowbridge on Saturday and Warminster on Sunday. The tour will be dependant of the numbers interested in attending. The cost will be approx. £50 per person plus travel costs and food.
- Travel on Saturday morning
- Watch the seniors match at Trowbridge CC
- A social evening
- Overnight stay
- A youth match on Sunday morning
- Stay to watch the seniors match at Warminster CC
- Travel home
The above is only a suggested itinerary and is flexible upon requirements.
Hotel rooms may be at a premium so we will need to know the numbers that definitely wish to go by Sunday 7th February so we can arrange the fixture and secure the rooms.
Please see the latest news in our fantastic club newsletter, courtsey of Pete Reynolds, below!
All – we have received sponsorship from The London Riverside BID which we will be using to discount club kit. Please see prices below. Can you please let Jono know the sizes and kit you would like to order.
Microfleece Slipover £20
Microfleece Sweater £22
All are embroidered with the Rainham CC logo.
Discounted caps and shirts will be restricted to one cap and one shirt per player. Depending on the numbers ordered we may be able to discount some of the other kit on offer (jumpers, slipovers or trousers).
You do not have to buy the full kit, you can just order a shirt or cap if you wish or any combination of kit on offer.
Orders need to be in and paid for by mid-February. Cheques made payable to Rainham CC.
Happy 2016 all!
All three indoor teams have been in action since the New Year.
Last week the C team put in a solid performance against Old Gaynes, but it wasn’t enough to get the 12 points. Charlie Puncher smashed 51 of Rainham’s competitive 80, and Jamie Eacott bowled a very tight spell of 1-1, but Old Gaynes made the target of 81.
The A team followed up against Dagenham and conceded a formidable 110-2. Only Sid Patel was able to take a wicket and every bowler went for 7+. Staring down the barrel of defeat, Jas led off with C team hero Charlie Puncher and both made quick retirements to put Rainham in a great position. Skipper then tucked in with an unbeaten 29 to guide Rainham to a great run-chase victory.
Yesterday the B-team were in action against a strong-looking Hornchurch, who batted first and made 87. Abdul was the pick of the bowlers with 1-12 from his allotment. Jas stepped in and continued his good form with the bat with 32 but it was not enough with no other players making double-figures as Rainham fell short of the target by 33.