The weekend rounded-up – 20th May

Another fine set of results on Saturday for Dulwich's league sides, with only the 1st XI failing to pick up a victory.

Alex Gledhill's men travelled to Esher, where they came up against a strong batting attack. Esher made 268-4 in their 50 overs. Salaar Waqar (64*) made his first league fifty, but Dulwich were restricted to 181-6 in reply. Full report here.

The 2nd XI made it three from three with victory over Guildford at a damp Burbage Road. Some lower-order scrapping helped Dulwich post 156-9 in 50 overs. Matt Wright then produced a superb spell of fast bowling to set up a 31 run victory, taking 4-25 in his ten overs. Full report here.

Across the road at the DSG, GHB Crawford-Khan (58) and Matt Balch (52*) made important runs in the 3rd XI's total of 186-7 in a reduced innings of 44 overs. Opponents Maldern Wanderers were comfortably then removed for 114 in reply, Abu Arabi celebrating his return to the club with 4-24. Full report here.

The 4th XI also maintained their 100% start to the season with a tough win away at Banstead. The host's total of 163 was passed with two wickets remaining. Full report here. And the game of the day was back at the DSG, where the 5th XI overcame Bickley Park by one run. Siraj Durrani (54) and Tony Simmonds (56) made telling contributions as Dulwich set 167 for victory. Six off the final over become three off the last – a run out sealing a good win for Dulwich. Full report here.

On Sunday the Development XI enjoyed a drawn game with Primrose Hill. Ciaran Scannell was the standout performer, making 71 not out and taking 3-59 with the ball.

A full round-up of results is available here, with scorecards and tables on play-cricket.

And best wishes to the 7th XI who begin their annual Somerset tour this Friday!

ICC Champions Trophy Tour comes to Dulwich CC

This Saturday morning, 28 May, the ICC Champions trophy will be coming to Dulwich Sports Club as part of the Nissan Trophy Tour that kicked off in Dubai back in February (details here). Having been to some illustrious venues around the world, it's coming to see some grass roots cricket – as part of our 150th anniversary celebrations, we're running a mini tournament against Banstead CC, who celebrate their 150th anniversary this year. Our under 8s, under 9s and under 10s will take on their Banstead counterparts across the road at DSG (games start at 9:30 and finish around 11:30), while our under 12s fight it out on the main club ground from 9am to noon.

The trophy will be there from around 9:30am until 11:30am or noon, so if you're in the area do come down and support our juniors / get a picture of the trophy!

The weekend rounded-up – 13th May

Dulwich produced another strong set of results on Saturday with wins for the 2nd, 3rd and 4th XIs.

The 1st XI travelled to Oxted and Limpsfield. Tom Savill smashed 51 as Dulwich, batting first, climbed to 114-1. A middle order wobble and a late rescue job saw Oxted set 196 for victory – a total they chased down for the loss of two wickets. Full report here.

The 2nd XI hosted fellow Division 2 promotees Cranleigh at Burbage Road. Matt Quaife bagged 5-35 as the visitors were reduced to 45-7 and eventually dismissed for 101. Dulwich wrapped up victory by four wickets. Full report here.

Over at the DSG, James Chudley (68*) and Chris Marshall (55*) comfortably chased down Ashtead’s target of 138 – the visitors having suffered Ben Lester’s involvement with 70% of their wickets (4-12 and 3 catches!). Dulwich won by eight wickets. Full report here. The 4th XI also travelled to Oxted, smashing their hosts by 122 following an aggressive batting performance. Dulwich’s 256 all out in 38 overs (Darren Cason 77) was way out of reach once Lawrence Taylor (4-17) started making inroads with the ball. Full report here.

The 5th XI were squeezed out by 20 runs away at The Roebucks (former player David Begg marking his return to Dulwich with typically economical figures of 10-5-21-4) – full report here – and the 6th XI were beaten by Bexley by eight wickets at the DSG.

A full round-up of results is available here with scorecards and tables on play-cricket.

Order your 150th Anniversary merchandise

150 Polo shirts 
Now available on the Direct Clothing website by clicking here. You will be offered access to the junior or senior section where you will see high quality 150 polo shirts. They are available in navy blue and sky blue for ladies, juniors and seniors. Just make your selection on the website.

The 150 polo shirts will cost just £15 for juniors and £18 for seniors. We have agreed a window for ordering from Tuesday 16th May through to Tuesday 30th May. All members ordering within this window will get the benefit of free postage and delivery as these will be sent in one club package to the Club. Any problems in ordering, please contact Matt Dixon or John Smith

150 Silk ties and bow ties
The one off 150 silk ties produced by Filaspun – a well-known Bradford firm specialising in club ties have arrived and can be ordered by email to John Smith.

The ties are being offered at an early bird price of £15. The ties combine the club colours of silver, blue and purple stripes with the 150 insignia. A small order has also been made for bow ties in the club colours – these can be obtained for the same price.

Get ready for the club celebrations at Lords in the Long Room on Friday 29th September!

Traditional caps with 150 badge
Many of us are now wearing the DCC baseball style caps but for the 150 we have also ordered traditional cricket caps from Gentlemen and Players. The traditional cap offers a little sophistication and will be delivered next week. We have made a limited purchase so get in early to buy a cap that will look a little special. Please make your order by email to John Smith. The first tranche of traditional style caps will cost £20, we cannot guarantee to hold the price this low for later orders. Please move quickly to place that order.

Calling all golfers…

Friday 2nd June sees the annual clash of the titans at Dulwich and Sydenham Golf Club when the Cricket Club plays the Squash Club at golf for the Bill Keenan trophy.

As you have heard this is a most enjoyable day with lots to play for on a most enjoyable golf course. Afterwards, vice- captain Stewart Harmer throws a splendid after match celebration in the clubhouse followed by dinner in the restaurant.

We will be playing in pairs against the Squash team. This year we intend to field six pairs. We plan to take a sandwich lunch at 12.30pm and then aim to start on the tee from around 1.30pm. By including golf club members in our pairings, we can introduce non-members as visitors to keep the price down.

As we lost last year, we are keen to re-gain the trophy in our 150th year. Numbers are filling up, so please email John Smith know if you can play as soon as possible. Feel free to let other members know who might wish to play.

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