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Woking and Horsell's 4th XI has won the Surrey Championship 4th XI West League in dominating fashion with a game still left to play. Having lost only one game this season, and having won all but two games by a margin of more than 50 runs or 5 wickets, they have gone from strength to strength. Credit to the shared skipper duties of Steve Wernberg and Mike Walsh who both had good season with the bat themselves. Also a big mention should be made of Billy Hargan's input on a weekly basis in selecting the side.

This year's performance sees the 4th XI promoted into the 4th XI premier division of the Surrey Championship 4th XI league - a position that they occupied just last year prior to being relegated. If this sort of form continues it's likely that they'll be contenders for league champions in that division as well!

Congratulations once again to all the players and helpers and we all wish the 4th XI the best of luck for 2011.

WHCC has now taken delivery of a brand new electronic scoreboard at Brewery Rd. The scoreboard, which has been generously sponsored by GTL Europe Limited, will be used at all home games and shows runs, wickets, overs, last innings and both batsman's current scores. This is a vast improvement on the existing mechanical score board which displays much less information and  has been prone to breaking down in recent times. We look forward to many years worth of use for the new scoreboard at the ground and sincerley thank GTL Europe Limited for their ongoing support.

On a damp and murky evening, Woking & Horsell U17s continued their excellent season by capturing the WSYCL championship in an exciting final against Bagshot. The match was in doubt due to heavy rain in Bagshot during the day, but the neutral umpires decided it was playable and, on winning the toss, W&H decided to bowl first. Despite the slippery conditions, W&H’s opening pair of Calum Chisolm and Dougie LeBrocq kept the Bagshot top order quiet. Calum’s extra pace was particularly difficult for the Bagshot batsmen to deal with. Bagshot recovered and were progressing at almost 5 an over – thanks to some strong performances from their middle order. However an impressive spell of 5-13 in his 4 overs by Henri Peters left the hosts on 112-8 at the close.

Read more: W&H U17 win West Surrey Youth League Championship!

With the halfway point in the season coming up things are HOTTING up in the Fantasy League!

The top 10 are currently:

 1. Inter YaMa James Williams 4212
 2. Jagerbombers Damien Honey 4190
 3. The Pickled Livers XI Helen Stone 4036
 4. Gentlemen & Players Adam Portlock 3967
 5. The Dream Team 2010 Jannart Kreder 3727
 6. Can Only Get Better Ryan Pogson 3661
 7. No one paid me - Take 1 Ryan Pogson 3646
 8. Best Guest Craig Schlebusch 3630
 9. Rubbish Charles Johnson 3497
 10. ayling xi johnny ayling 3482

With 43 teams entered who will come out on top!

Best of Luck!

This year's Family Fun Day was annother resounding success with more attendees this year even despite the patchy weather. Thanks to all those who made it a pleasant and enjoyable day for all. A special thanks to the social committee and other club members who put significant effort into organising and running the day. Watch this space for details of next years event.

Photos from the day are now up in our new look photo gallery. You can view them through the link on the left or by clicking here.

Bank Holiday Monday, just what cricket festivals are all about. Well on this fine Spring Bank Holiday(!!!!), W&H sent the youngest of their league age groups to do battle at the Twin Fields, home of Horsley & Send CC. Our squad of eight fit young lads assembled on time, in the correct location and in fine fettle for the day ahead – senior X1’s please take note!

The day commenced with group matches against Horsley & Send Tigers, Effingham and Esher Sharks.

The opening game against an inexperienced Horsley side saw the Woking & Horsell team rattle up a magnificent total of 298, a figure that was to remain unsurpassed all day.

Contributions came right the way down the order with every batsman hitting boundaries and scampering runs like their lives depended on it.

Read more: U9s Narrowly Miss out

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