Skipper Pyatt is quickly into his stride for Norton Lindsey side

Norton Lindsey & Wolverton took full advantage of the glorious weekend weather to record two emphatic friendly victories.

Matthew Davison in action for Leamington.

Davison raising funds ahead of trip to Sri Lanka

Arnold Lodge student Matthew Davison is appealing for financial backing after being selected for the Warwickshire Academy/Emerging players tour of Colombo, Sri Lanka in February.

Harry Johnson

Johnson joins the Bears’ Academy

Kenilworth Wardens’ Harry Johnson has moved a step closer to representing Warwickshire after being recruited to the Edgbaston Academy.

Justin Hollingsworth receives his award from Rachael Heyhoe Flint.

Hollingsworth rewarded as Warwickshire lift T20 Cup

Leamington all-rounder Justin Hollingsworth won the player of the tournament award as Warwickshire VI lifted the T20 Cup at Wolverhampton CC.

Richard Thornton, joint senior partner at Blythe Liggins Solicitors, presents Kenilworth CC secretary Andy Smith with Edmunds' Player of the Month prize.

Edmunds’ record-breaking innings recognised

A Kenilworth batsman who hit a record-breaking double century has been named our Player of the Month in association with Leamington solicitors Blythe Liggins.

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Matt Hancock's unbeaten 22 lifted Kenilworth Wardens to 182 all out at home to Barnt Green. Picture: Morris Troughton

Donald bows out of the Wardens captaincy role with last-ball loss

Kenilworth Wardens slipped to a six-wicket final-ball home defeat at the hands of Barnt Green despite a battling effort in the field and with the ball.

Warwick wicketkeeper John Eddon narrowly fails to run out Moseley 3rds' Daniel Lane.

Final-day disappointment for Warwick as they miss out on promotion berth

Warwick missed out on the final promotion spot in Warwickshire Division Five after a rain-affected defeat at home to Moseley 3rds in their final match of the campaign.

Tony Farndon

T20 Test is fitting tribute to Farndon

Leek Wootton secured a four- wicket victory over Jaguar Land Rover in a charity match to honour the life of Tony Farndon, who passed away in July at the age of 73.

Warwick's Jorje Singh ripped through the Pak Shaheen middle order to claim four for 29.

Warwick beat the rain to bolster promotion hopes

Warwick claimed a satisfying home victory over Pak Shaheen 2nds on Saturday against the odds, and the weather, to get their promotion challenge back on course.

Kenilworth Wardens 2nds' Paul Henderson takes the wicket of Wellington's Alex Taylor on Saturday. Picture: Morris Troughton

Wardens and Maher take out their Saturday frustrations on Leamington

Blake Maher’s maiden Birmingham Premier League hundred proved in vain as a storm washed out Kenilworth Wardens’ hopes of forcing a win at Knowle & Dorridge, writes Paul Smith.

Wellesbourne celebrate their Cotswold Hills Premier title. Picture submitted

Wellesbourne celebrate their title success with abandonment

Wellesbourne were deservedly confirmed as Cotswold Hills Premier Division champions when their game at last year’s title winners Exhall & Wixford was abandoned with the home side on 64 for three.

The 1957 Warwick Ramblers team. Back row: John Woodward, Ron Reeve, Ray Reynolds, Den Reynolds, Bernard Davenport, Trevor Ashbourne. Front row: Bert Talbot, Trevor Hall, Ron Reynolds (captain), Vic Chapman, Ron Allison. Picture submitted

Ramblers are reuniting to celebrate old timers

A reunion game for Warwick Ramblers is to be held at Warwickshire County Council’s Myton Road ground on Saturday September 10 (2pm).


Fine bowling display cannot mask Leamington batting deficiencies

Leamington narrowly failed to notch consecutive victories, falling to a two-wicket defeat at home to Wolverhampton.

Dan Mousley shared in a match-defining stand of 39 for Wardens' ninth wicket with Nick Sale. Picture: Morris Troughton

Maher’s five-wicket haul keeps Wardens on the trail of second

Blake Maher ripped through Walsall’s batting to clinch a 38-run Birmingham Premier League home win for Kenilworth Wardens.

Zaman and Maher blitz Knowle in T20 Cup final

Zaman and Maher blitz Knowle in T20 Cup final

A superb partnership between Basit Zaman and Blake Maher provided the backbone to Kenilworth Wardens 49-run Harlequin Logistics Floodlit T20 Cup final win over Knowle & Dorridge.

Kenilworth Wardens 2nds' Joe Jordan bowls to Attock top scorer Mohammed Harodn. Picture: Morris Troughton

Hill provides stubborn obstacle as Wardens settle for a draw

A brilliant unbeaten 154 from Kidderminster’s Mike Hill thwarted Kenilworth Wardens’ charge to Birmingham Premier League victory, writes Paul Smith.

Richard Thornton from  Blythe Liggins Solicitors presents Matt Edwards with his prize.

Keith sees son Matt’s first league century up close

It was a family affair for our Player of the Month Matt Edwards after the Warwickshire County Council Staff captain completed his maiden league century while batting with his dad.

Ben Gregory from sponsors Harlequin Logistics with Gerry Cloete (Berkswell), Blake Maher (Kenilworth Wardens), Tom Warner (Leamington) and Alex Phillips (K&D), Picture submitted

Star names are hoping to light up Floodlit Cup

Kenilworth Wardens host their annual floodlit cricket competition for the fifth time next week and it promises to be the highest standard and most competitive to date.

Karan Patra featured in a useful second -wicket partnership alongside Joe Somra as Leamington 2nds posted 235 for five against Knowle & Dorridge.

Leamington’s struggles continue with Knowle rout

Leamington suffered another crushing Birmingham Premier League defeat on Saturday, going down by ten wickets at the home of Knowle & Dorridge.

Arjun Bath shared in an opening partnership of 51 with Harry Johnson for the first Wardens wicket.

Wardens’ batting line-up blown apart by Shrewsbury’s Blofield

Shropshire all-rounder Henry Blofield tore through the Kenilworth Wardens batting line-up to help Shrewsbury to a 31-run Birmingham Premier Division win at Glasshouse Lane on Saturday.

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