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Sapiecha’s splendid knock as Sunday XI thrashed by Plymouth South
Oh well, it's just been ONE OF THOSE WEEKENDS at BCC! If the disappointment of Saturday was not enough - and there were some disappointed BCC faithful present to enjoy the sunshine at Kensham Park on Sunday - then the outcome of the first Sunday XI game was a cause [MORE]
First game back in the top flight ends in disappointment
The 1st XI suffered a baptism of fire on their return to the top flight of Tolchards Devon league cricket when, without talisman skipper Gary Chappell they fell to a humbling 186-run defeat at Torquay. After winning the toss and inviting the home side to bat, stand-in skipper Ross Acton [MORE]
Bunker slams club’s first half-century of season
Thom Bunker survived a 'dolly' of a dropped catch before he had scored and punished the error in terrific style slamming the club's first half-century of a new season as he plundered 86 off the visiting Exwick attack at Kensham Park. The 2nd XI, chasing 200 to beat Exwick in [MORE]
The opening friendly of the season saw Bradninch beaten by seven wickets at Heathcoat with the home team easing across the winning line with almost half their 45 overs still to face. The evergreen Paul Nott showed more senior batters how to score runs at Knightshayes as he – and [MORE]
Under-15s win final game of their campaign
The club’s Under-15 indoor cricket team ended their year on a massive high as they recorded their first success in their final outing – defeating Exeter in a final-ball thriller at the Devon Cricket Centre. The Player of the Match was Charlie Piper (then still just 11!).  Young Charlie claimed [MORE]
The BCC indoor team were agonisingly close to a first win of the season on the second Friday of November when they were beaten by just two runs by Newton St Cyres. Once again young skipper Thom Bunker  - himself playing when he had been advised best not to [MORE]
Indoor team edged out by University
The indoor team produced their best cricket of this – indeed any recent – season as when they met University III and University II in back-to-back matches at the Devon Cricket Centre. Thom Bunker had a real battle even getting six players onto the pitch (there’s plenty of ‘talk’ about [MORE]
BCC Under-15s launch indoor league campaign
Bradninch playing Under-15 indoor league cricket? Yes, you’d  better believe it – this WONDERFUL news is another BCC initiative down to the drive – and enthusiasm – of our very own cricket Oscar winner Natalie Hunt. Here’s Natalie’s report on a first night of action for our team. On [MORE]
The indoor team began a new campaign on Friday night with a game against a very strong University II – but ran the students mighty close! Under new indoor skipper Thom Bunker and with teenager Matt Parker wearing BCC colours for the first time, the BCC 6-a-side team also included [MORE]
1st XI edged out at home
1st XI edged out at home on 'all change' day The 1st XI were beaten in their final home game of the Tolchards Devon League 2016 A Division title winning season when they went down by a margin of just eight runs to relegated Ipplepen. Defeated they may well have [MORE]
Bunker and Nott deliver the goods
Bunker and Nott deliver the goods in narrow defeat Mission all but accomplished by the 2nd XI who, though beaten by a margin of just 13 runs at Newton Poppleford by Sidmouth III, did manage to bank all but one of the 10 points available to a side getting beaten and [MORE]
Rain washes out matchday 16 for the champions elect Just 30 overs and one ball were possible on a soggy afternoon at Hatherleigh where the 1st XI were playing on matchday 16 of the Tolchards Devon League A Division season   The home side were batting when the incessant rain [MORE]