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New Live Scores

New Live Scores

We have moved our scoring from Total Cricket Scorer (TCS) to Play Cricket Scorer and there is a new link below which will take you straight to the Play Cricket Bradninch CC page displaying our 1st XI ‘Live Scores’ each Saturday. To catch up with all the results, the same link provides a Menu to… Continue Reading

Remembering Simon

Remembering Simon

Simon ‘Bails’ Bailey was born in 1961 to a strong Yorkshire cricketing family, with his Father, Herbert and both Grandfathers all respected and accomplished cricketers. Herbert and his brothers, Jack and Sydney were named after the famous England cricket legends Sutcliffe, Hobbs and Barnes. It is therefore no surprise that Simon took up and excelled… Continue Reading

Pre-Season update

We have polled all members for availability and whereas we have a strong 1st XI visiting Exmouth on Saturday, 28th April, fielding two sides on that day has proven difficult due to football and work commitments. We have therefore had to cancel the Saturday, 28th April home 2nd XI fixture, sending our apologies to Exwick.… Continue Reading

Bails remembered

Following the wonderful and truly fitting funeral for our recently departed – but none the less still so dearly and fondly remembered – club mate Simon ‘Bails’ Bailey – we have received the following e-mail from another member of the wider ‘cricketing family’. We publish it now as it is so, so fitting: ‘Hi –… Continue Reading

Simon ‘Bails’ Bailey – RIP

We have been asked by Simon’s mother – via our own Paul Nott – to post the following: “Mrs Bailey has asked if we can put a message out that please could it be family flowers only for a Simon’s funeral. However if anyone wishes to leave a donation it will be all going to… Continue Reading

Bails’ funeral

The funeral of our very dear friend Simon ‘Bails’ Bailey will be held at 11.40am on Friday, April 13, at Brayton in North Yorkshire. Continue Reading

A tribute to Simon

A tribute to Simon

In Simon we have not only lost a friend but one of our family. He was as solid as they come and always gave a balanced view on things when you asked a question. He stood with you side by side when needed , never shirking responsibility or not standing for what he felt right.… Continue Reading

Simon Bailey RIP

Simon Bailey RIP

Simon Bailey, a true legend of all things Bradninch Cricket Club, passed away in the early hours of the final day of March 2018. ‘Bails’ as he is more affectionately known at the cricket club, first appeared at Kensham Park in the early 1980s when, as a young man recently relocated to the south-west and,… Continue Reading