Once more into the unknown for Leatherhead and skipper Joblin

Wimbledon Guardian: Not returning: Leatherhead’s overseas player Adrian Kritzinger from last season, who averaged 33 from 19 games, is staying in South Africa  	SP78030

3:42pm Thursday 24th April 2014

Leatherhead CC skipper Matthew Joblin will not be changing a winning formula as his side prepare to walk into the unknown for the second consecutive season.

Dunn the young gun can see a brighter Surrey sun

Wimbledon Guardian: Young talent: Matt Dunn believes he, and the likes of Rory Burns, pictured, will thrive under coach Graham Ford this season

9:00am Thursday 10th April 2014

Surrey fast bowler Matt Dunn has turned the trauma of relegation to County Championship Division Two into a force for good.

Gatting has the cricketing cure for the winter blues

Wimbledon Guardian: Mucking in: Monty Panesar and Rachel Edwards get stuck at Ashtead CC in 2009

10:00am Sunday 16th March 2014

Former England cricket captain Mike Gatting is urging the community to lend a helping hand at Ashtead Cricket Club next month.

Stewart: Surrey did not break the bank for KP

Wimbledon Guardian: Making his name: Alec Stewart has not ruled out Kevin Pietersen playing four-day cricket for Surrey    PA Photos

5:14pm Thursday 13th February 2014

Surrey’s director of cricket Alec Stewart has insisted the Kia Oval club have not broken the bank to secure the services of star man Kevin Pietersen.  

Ex-Twickenham youngster joins Aussie first class ranks

Wimbledon Guardian: Good times roll: Jimmy Munting, front row second from left, celebrsates Twickenham's promotion winning campaign in 2009

12:00pm Sunday 10th November 2013

Former Twickenham colt Jimmy Munting enjoyed a promising start to his first class cricket career this week – in Australia.  

Carberry's health kick faces a fairy-tale ending Down Under

Wimbledon Guardian: From Spencer to the Ashes: Michael Carberry is in line to open for England when the Ashes defence gets under way

1:52pm Thursday 7th November 2013

Three years ago Michael Carberry came close to dying, now he is one of the favourites to open the England batting when the Ashes get underway in two weeks time.

Teddington face tough league start

1:00pm Sunday 20th October 2013

Teddington face a tough assignment on the opening day of the Middlesex County League Premier Division season next summer and will doing it without skipper Joe Austin at the helm.

Rising cricket star Dominic Sibley tipped for 'glittering career'

Wimbledon Guardian: Dominic Sibley

9:34am Wednesday 2nd October 2013

A Whitgift School pupil took a break from studying last week to bat his way into the national cricketing record books.

Banstead star Burns is lauded as the next big thing

Wimbledon Guardian: Come a long way: Banstead CC’s Rory Burns collects the breakthrough player of the year award from Mike Gatting after a season opening the Surrey CCC batting

2:00pm Sunday 29th September 2013

Banstead Cricket Club’s Rory Burns must lead Surrey’s charge back to the top flight, or so insists former England captain Allan Lamb.

Schoolboy cricket star youngest to make double century

Wimbledon Guardian: Double ton: Dominic Sibley

12:04pm Friday 27th September 2013

An A-level student at the Whitgift School has become the youngest cricketer to score a double century in County Championship history.

Leatherhead's cricket glory is all about finding the right mixture

Wimbledon Guardian: Master of the mixer: Matt Joblin puts Leatherhead's success down to getting the right mix of players in the team     SP73105

9:00am Thursday 19th September 2013

Leatherhead CC skipper Matt Joblin may not be much of a cook, but he has mixed up a perfect blend of ability and commitment in his squad - and it is a squad that will be gracing the Premier Division for the first time ever next season.

Borough’s best cricketers eye 2014 title charge

Wimbledon Guardian: Action man: Carlos Nunes almost takes a catch against Stanmore in July - a match Twickenham went on to lose by 132 runs    SP73040

12:51pm Friday 13th September 2013

Twickenham may be the borough’s top ranked cricket side, but skipper Carlos Nunes has revealed it may never have happened but for the assistance of rivals Teddington.

Faultless Epsom are the kings of cricket after 18 wins out of 18 games

Wimbledon Guardian: Party time: Let the good times roll – record breakers Epsom CC enjoy a season of unprecedented success, as well as promotion to Division Two		Dayle Honess

1:00pm Thursday 12th September 2013

Epsom Cricket Club have rewritten the Surrey Championship record books after winning all 18 games en route to promotion from Division Three.

Trebles all round for Wimbledon Cricket Club - now for the Oval

Wimbledon Guardian: SUTT: Pensioner threatens to sue council over garden games room destruction

4:37pm Wednesday 11th September 2013

Despite a nail-biting finale at Church Road, Wimbledon CC skipper Neil Turk could sit back and relish the run in to a third consecutive Premier Division title, all thanks to Twitter.

Croydon cricket round up - the season's end

Wimbledon Guardian: Valiant: Despite a knock of 68 from Tom Caines, Beddington lost the season's final game at Valley End by 43 runs           SP73078

12:49pm Tuesday 10th September 2013

Dulwich ended a miserable season on a winning note at home to Farnham, but they will still be playing Division Two cricket next term after finishing bottom of the pile.

Weybridge thirsty for more as Wimbledon pip them to Surrey Championship crown

Wimbledon Guardian: Champions: Wimbledon CC celebrate claiming the Surrey Championship Premier League title

5:43pm Sunday 8th September 2013

Weybridge skipper Joel Pope says a second placed Surrey Championship Premier League finish has given his side the thirst to secure the title next term.  

Coaching award for Spencer CC stalwart

Wimbledon Guardian: Legends: Alain Jason picks up his special coaching certificate from West Indies superstar Michael Holding

8:10am Friday 6th September 2013

Spencer CC coach Alain Jason has been recognised for outstanding services to grassroots cricket by the Sky Sports ECB coach education programme.

Myburgh hints at another year at Sutton CC, and no let up for the final dance

Wimbledon Guardian: Out: Sutton's Harry Allen is bowled for one in the defeat at home to Guildford       SP78922

6:14pm Wednesday 4th September 2013

Sutton CC skipper Johann Myburgh has hinted he will be around for at least another year after his charges secured another season in the Premier Division despite losing by four wickets at home to Guildford.

Old Ruts’ reasons to be cheerful, 1...2...3

Wimbledon Guardian: Victorious: Old Ruts celebrate retaining the Surrey Trust League title

4:01pm Wednesday 4th September 2013

Old Rutlishians CC are celebrating on three fronts after a triple dose of victory last weekend.

Weybridge take title fight to final day and send East Molesey down

Wimbledon Guardian: Howzat: Weybridge bowler Robbie Joseph takes wicket of East Molesey's Tim Handel at Graburn Way

9:00am Monday 2nd September 2013

Weybridge took their Surrey Championship  Premier Division title challenge down to the final day by relegating Elmbridge neighbours East Molesey at the weekend.  

Carberry’s time must be now says former England international

Wimbledon Guardian: Too good: England international Michael Carberry in Spencer colours	    SP73115

10:00am Thursday 29th August 2013

Marcus Trescothick has warned England they could risk losing Michael Carberry to the Indian Premier League if nothing comes of his latest call-up.

Teddington skipper Austin has a message for his team-mates: Don't give up yet

Wimbledon Guardian: Bending the back: Teddington’s Charles Hopkins throws everything at Richmond’s Andrew Lowe – the batsman would go on to hit 67 in a match-winning 145-run partnership with James Wood    			            SP73045

11:50am Friday 23rd August 2013

Teddington CC will not be troubling the promotion chase at the top of Division One of the Middlesex County League, nor will they be dragged into a relegation fight – however, skipper Joe Austin said his charges have plenty to play for.

Wimbledon CC skipper can finally start thinking about the Oval

Wimbledon Guardian: Century maker: Chris Benham hit 120 in the 40-run win over Sunbury on Saturday      SP78638

11:59am Tuesday 20th August 2013

Wimbledon Cricket Club skipper Neil Turk is finally allowing himself to think about playing at the Oval to defend their National Club T20 crown.

Promotion is an amazing achievement, but it will not change us, says Leatherhead CC skipper Joblin

Wimbledon Guardian: Gotcha: Jonathan Tribe celebrates taking the wicket of David Burton, the Old Whitgiftian opener      SP78639

11:40am Tuesday 20th August 2013

Matt Joblin has revealed the secret behind Leatherhead Cricket Club’s meteoric rise to the Premier Division of the Surrey Championship.

Dulwich down but Old Whitgiftians and Beddington stay up

Wimbledon Guardian: Down but not out: Old Whitgiftians Shan Malik makes his way back to the pavilion after being caught out for 9 on Saturday. Despite defeat, Old Whitgiftian stayed up

3:08pm Monday 19th August 2013

Dulwich's long expected relegation from Surrey Championship Division One was confirmed on Saturday, with defeat at Normandy.

Wanderers skipper faces relegation battle with the benefit of experience

Wimbledon Guardian: Retired hurt: Giles Puckle hit nine for Wanderers before retiring in the reply with a suspected broken finger     SP73010

4:07pm Monday 19th August 2013

Malden Wanderers face a fight for survival in the Premier Division of the Surrey Championship, but skipper Simon Crampton is stoical in the face of relegation.

After a Teddington thumping, Nunes punishes slack Twickenham with fitness boot camp

Wimbledon Guardian: King of the crease: Richard King on his way to a knock of 46     SP78475

3:36pm Thursday 15th August 2013

Twickenham captain Carlos Nunes reacted to Saturday's chastening defeat to neighbours Teddington by calling his men in for a fitness boot camp this week.

Pope has the hope after Weybridge CC seal a dramatic win at Sutton

Wimbledon Guardian: Star-man: Robbie Joseph hit 14 off the final over to guide Weybridge to victory over Sutton     SP73084

12:00pm Thursday 15th August 2013

At the beginning of the Surrey Championship Premier Division campaign, Weybridge skipper Joel Pope was targeting a top three finish – now he is dreaming of winning the title.

One more push needed, says Spencer CC skipper Baker

Wimbledon Guardian: Looking good: Spencer bowler Darren O’Shea tries to outfox East Molesey’s Robbie Heald on Saturday 	SP78438

8:00am Thursday 15th August 2013

Neil Baker will not relax until Spencer’s Surrey Championship Premier Division safety is mathematically guaranteed.

Ashtead Cricket Club handed a £50,000 cash windfall

Wimbledon Guardian: Happy times: Richard Laudy of Ashtead Cricket Club

8:00am Tuesday 13th August 2013

Ashtead CC are celebrating after collecting a £50,000 cash windfall from the Sport England’s Inspired Facilities fund.

Big weekend for Beddington, Old Whitgiftians, Dulwich and Kenley

Wimbledon Guardian: Almost there: Beddington could confirm their Surrey Championship Division One place for next season this weekend

2:12pm Monday 12th August 2013

Beddington and Old Whitgiftians could secure their Surrey Championship Division One status for another season this weekend - while Dulwich could be relegated.

Tuning in around the world to the gentle voices of the Test Match Special team

Wimbledon Guardian: The man on the mic: "On the radio you are what you are – you cannot pretend to be someone else" - Jonathan Agnew

8:00am Monday 12th August 2013

When TMS first aired in 1957, the only way to listen was via the medium wave of BBC Radio 3.

Aggers on cricket’s favourite double act

Wimbledon Guardian: Old friends: Geoffrey Boycott and Aggers first went on air together in 2005       Picture: Gareth Copley/Getty Images

9:00am Sunday 11th August 2013

As far as double acts go, they are more Hinge and Brackett than Batman and Robin, but Test Match Special is the perfect home for Jonathan Agnew and Geoffrey Boycott.

Three is the magic number for Esher Cricket Club skipper Grant Meadows

3:00pm Friday 9th August 2013

Esher CC skipper Grant Meadows has targeted three wins in the final five Division Two games to seal a first promotion in four years.

It’s the clash of the rivals as Twickenham and Teddington go head to head

Wimbledon Guardian: Rivals to the end: Teddington’s James Wade on his way to carrying his bat for 76 in last weekend’s 10-wicket win over Finchley in the Middlesex County Premier Division – now he and his charges go to bitter rivals Twickenham on Saturday	        SP730

12:22pm Friday 9th August 2013

Never mind being the top team in Middlesex, Twickenham have only one thing on their mind – finishing the Middlesex County League Premier Division season above their fierce rivals Teddington.

Burge: Michael Carberry is too good for the Surrey Championship

Wimbledon Guardian: Too good: England international Michael Carberry in Spencer colours	    SP73115

8:00am Friday 9th August 2013

East Molesey skipper Kieran Burge said England international Michael Carberry is too good to be making cameo appearances in the Surrey Championship.

Leatherhead CC skipper Joblin wants to make a point and secure promotion

Wimbledon Guardian: Happy times: Leatherhead CC skipper Matt Joblin          SP73105

9:00am Thursday 8th August 2013

Leatherhead CC skipper Matt Joblin was quietly confident of promotion to the Surrey Championship Premier Division, but even he is surprised at their level of dominance.

Aggers reveals the secret behind the success of Test Match Special

Wimbledon Guardian: The man on the mic: "On the radio you are what you are – you cannot pretend to be someone else" - Jonathan Agnew

9:00am Monday 5th August 2013

What is your idea of heaven? For me, it’s pottering in the garden, with a cold beer on the side, the promise of a curry in the evening, and the cricket institution that is the BBC’s Test Match Special as my companion for the day.

Beddington and Old Whitgiftians in remarkable second tie of the season

Wimbledon Guardian: Highs and lows: Beddington's Daniel Lewis celebrates bowling Adam Clarke, but was later left unbeaten on 2 as Beddington's run chase spectacularly failed SP72972

1:11pm Monday 5th August 2013

It's rare enough for one game of cricket to end in an exact tie, but for it to happen twice in one season between the same two teams is remarkable.

Agnew bemoans the over-reliance on DRS after another day of Ashes controversy

Wimbledon Guardian: With the ball: Jonathan Agnew took 666 first class wickets without the help (or hindrance) of DRS

12:57pm Friday 2nd August 2013

After two Ashes Test matches where there has been more talk about DRS than the cricket, it was hoped the third Test would be different.

Hoggard has a message for Teddington Cricket Club

Wimbledon Guardian: Mentor: Matthew Hoggard has turned from fast bowler to teacher

7:00am Friday 2nd August 2013

Former England fast bowler Matthew Hoggard has called on Teddington CC to make the most of the Ashes this summer – adamant the consequences of doing so will be far reaching.

Sutton CC skipper is loving the basic improvements

Wimbledon Guardian: The last we met: When Sutton faced Wimbledon in May, it was a one-sided affair - but it be very different this time round     SP73072

11:00am Thursday 1st August 2013

Sutton CC skipper Johann Myburgh has put the side’s remarkable turnaround in form down to getting the basics right.

Time to toss away the 120-over format, says Wimbledon CC skipper Turk

Wimbledon Guardian: Beaten: East Molesey's Kieran Burge is beaten by one past the outside edge of Wimbledon skipper Neil Turk        SP78178

7:00am Thursday 1st August 2013

Wimbledon CC skipper Neil Turk wants the Surrey Championship to do away with 120-over cricket after claiming it put undue influence on the outcome of the toss.

Malden Wanderers skipper is ready for the Surrey Championship survival dogfight

Wimbledon Guardian: Fast pace: Malden Wanderers' Michael Cottrell attacks the Guildford top order, eventually taking 1-18              SP73118

10:00am Wednesday 31st July 2013

Malden Wanderers skipper Simon Crampton said the side is up for the dogfight to avoid relegation from the Surrey Championship Premier Division.

Carberry to the rescue at Spencer

Wimbledon Guardian: Man in form: Michael Carberry has scored 241 runs and taken eight wickets in two games for Spencer

7:00am Wednesday 31st July 2013

Watching Michael Carberry bat is nothing but a privilege for Spencer captain Neil Baker - particularly when he boosts his side's Surrey Championship Premier Division survival chances.

Erwee’s big moment fopr Weybridge CC is spoiled by the rain

Wimbledon Guardian: Taking cover: Banstead's Jack Martin reacts quickly to a speedy Robbie Joseph delivery            SP73007

3:00pm Tuesday 30th July 2013

Weybridge CC’s SJ Erwee admitted he could not sleep ahead of his shot at a fifth consecutive century in the Surrey Championship.

Weybridge CC's record-breaker SJ is not finished just yet

Wimbledon Guardian: Imperious: Record-breaker SJ Erwee has grown in strengh as the season has gone on, and now the South African is on the verge of five consecutive centuries      SP73110

1:00pm Wednesday 24th July 2013

When record-breaking batsman SJ Erwee takes guard at the crease on Saturday, he will have only one thing in mind – hitting a fifth consecutive century for Weybridge CC.

Bleak for Spencer and Bank

Wimbledon Guardian: A swing and a miss: Chipstead, Coulsdon & Walcountians' Salil Oberoi gets in all sorts of trouble trying to hit a delivery from Bank's Joe O'Gorman on Saturday. SP73117

5:31pm Tuesday 23rd July 2013

Spencer are once more looking over their shoulder at the Surrey Championship Premier Division relegation zone after defeat to Sutton on Saturday.

Worcester Park skipper has no answers to Esher's prowess

Wimbledon Guardian: Pain in the Park: Esher's Kursham Irshad proved too good for Worcester Park in all departments          SP78034

10:58am Tuesday 23rd July 2013

Worcester Park CC skipper Rob Waite held his hand up after a 140-run defeat to Esher and admitted they were not good enough against the in-form title contenders.

Weybridge skipper will stay calm and carry on, despite hitting the top of the Premier Division

Wimbledon Guardian: Century maker: SJ Erwee hit 110 in the two-wicket win over Wimbledon that lifted Weybridge to the top of the table     SP73110

3:26pm Monday 22nd July 2013

Weybridge CC skipper Joel Pope wants his charges to keep calm and carry on, despite hitting the top of the Surrey Championships Premier Division.

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