The Performance and Development League finals of the HCWCL Super 8s competitions were held on Sunday 6th June at Charlbury. In the first Semi final of the Performance League Charlbury CC women team played against Olney Town CC, and won by an impressive 124 runs. The final was held later in the day with Charlbury CC taking on Oxford CC, the winners of the second semi final, again the team played some impressive cricket and cruised to a 95 run victory. The team of eight players, 6 of who were under 17 year old, scored 272 runs and took 26 wickets during the day. The Development League was contested by 4 clubs, with Wargrave coming out on top. A great days cricket at Charlbury CC, thanks to Vicky Strode for organising and Paul Jenkins for running the bar.
From Friday 21st May and in line with government regulations, up to a maximum of 20 members are permitted in the club house area at any one time. Outside seating for 96 persons remains available.
You must wear a mask when moving in and out the bar area and to and from the toilets. At all other times you must be seated at a designated table, at which point, you may remove any masks. Do not move the furniture around!!
TABLE ONLY SERVICE will remain in place until COVID-19 regulations are changed, so order drinks and snacks via the app and not at the bar.
We are pleased to be able to issue a photograph of the new layout in the clubhouse, following new furniture being delivered and installed to-day. The decorating has been completed, carpet and matting laid, with door blinds and a new 54″ TV to be installed next week. Hopefully we shall soon be able to take advantage of this new facility once the Covid regulations are lifted, but in the meantime the bar will be open for ‘table service’ only, with plenty of space outside for social distancing.
We are very grateful to Cornbury Estates and Cotswold-Graphics for the new signboard that was erected yesterday at the club entrance, and can be viewed and read from both directions. This is a very substantial sign and hopefully will last for many years to come. A further sign is in the process of manufacture and will be placed at the entrance to the main car park before the start of the season.