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BLACKHEATH WANDERERS CRICKET CLUB

We are always looking for new members to join our club. 

We are diverse in age and origins and ability. 

Contact mightymaj2@gmail.com to inquire about membership


We are sad to announce the passing of David Hayes.

1939 -2017

He was a good friend and mentor to so many players over the years.

He was also actively working on the roll on covers only a couple of weeks before being taken ill. He built the sight screens from scratch and repaired them after they were damaged in high winds af a few years ago.

He will be missed

1st XI Premier KRCL

The 1st XI finished 5th in the league after mixed results. Kunnel Narang top scored with 357 runs followed by Mayank Patel with 272.

Zakir Ullah was the top wicket taker with 17 wickets at 15.12 closely followed by Satwinder Daliwal with 16 at 13.56

2nd XI Div 4 KCL

Completing our first season under our new (old name) of Blackheath Wanderers C C  we found ourselves finishing 4th in the division. With three of our previous top batsmen absent,this was not the worst result for us. Kosala Bandara was our top batsman with 327 runs and atop score of 82. Big hitting Shak Ahmed chipped in with 274 with his best being 73. Mention must be made of the improvement that Ajay Budania showed with the bat With two fifties he was 3rd in our list of run makers with 237 runs.New player Jigar Desai was the bowler with the top wicket haul He took 20 at an average of16.85. Stalwarts’ Benn Higgs and Terry Edwards tied on 14 wickets each. Terry qualified for the Kent over 60’s squad this year having played for the over 50’s for many seasons. Hard to believe that he is now 60. The Grecian 2000 seems to work for him! Fielding was modest as shown in the statistics. However, in place of our more regular keeper Furqan Iqbal, Milind Dhanak took the gloves and took 10 catches and made 2 stumpings. He also skippered the side on a few occasions in the unusual absence of Chris Todd who was taken up with his bouncy castle business. Not sure if mate’s rates are offered but it’s worth asking!

Follow the link to Blackheath Wanderers Sports Club http://www.bwsc.co.uk/index.html