2019 Season

Dear all, There might be two more Test Matches to come in the Ashes Series, but for Deddington, the Season is, bar a final game for the Ladies at Charlbury on Sunday, at an end. I am the first to acknowledge that it has not been a season of unbridled Read more…

Pre-season Warm Up

After the unseasonally good weather over Easter, it was inevitable that the pre-season inter-club warm-up game on April 27th was played in altogether different conditions. Despite this, there was plenty of promise and enthusiasm on show from two evenly-matched sides made up from the women’s and men’s squads. The format Read more…

2019 Membership

2019 Membership payment is now due.  Details as follows: All Playing Members – £50 One Adult and one Under 18 – £70 In 2018 we changed our policy on annual subscriptions to encourage more occasional members to join, even if they planned to play only a few matches. It worked Read more…

Newsletter Jan 19

I hope that you have all had a great Christmas and I wish you the very best for 2019 on and off the cricket field! It may be in mid-winter, but with the Big Bash underway in Australia and India taking a 2-1 series victory in their Test series Down-Under, Read more…

End of Season Awards

On October 27th the Club held its End of Season Dinner and Awards night. It was great to see so many people there, especially a great turnout from our Ladies team and to have there Club President and Committee Secretary Derek and Jill Cheeseman as well as Mike Sinfield, one Read more…

Phew, what a scorcher

17-6-18: Osberton Radiators Cup Stonesfield (Div 7) Vs Deddington (Div 8 North) On day described by the ‘Current Bun’ 30 years ago as ‘Phew, what a scorcher’ won again Ash won the toss and consigned the hosts to 45 overs in the field with the Rev Doctor opening with Niall. Read more…

Timmy Mallet’s Bikini

DCC 2s vs Westcott 2s – 10th June 2017 The visitors batted first and 10 of us took the field feeling very excited because having missed all of 2016 due to injury, Stuart Leece was making his come back. Stu, of course, was his normal chilled out and laconic self. Read more…