May 24

2017 Fixture Cards available

The new fixture cards covering matches to be played during the Summer of 2017 are now out and can be picked up from the Sports and Social Club, the Eagle and Spur, the Bulls Head or the Post Office.

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May 20

Tough going at Bewdley

Cookley first lost their place at the top of the Worcestershire County League with a disappointing losing draw at Bewdley.

In a rain-affected game Bewdley made 140-9 from 46 overs with Danny Soley the pick of the bowlers with 3-17. In reply the visitors fell just short of the runs required for maximum draw points, finishing on 65-8.

At Lea Lane the 2nds were thrashed by league leaders Belbroughton 2nds.

Put into bat, Belbroughton reached 177-7 in their rain-reduced allocation of 40 overs.Mike Wood was the pick of the bowlers with 4-37. Despite a strong batting line-up Cookley struggled from the outset and were all out for a paltry 71!

The one ray of sunshine though was the performance of the 3rds who went top of Division 7 North with a narrow win over Pedmore 3rds, who could only amass 94 in their 45 overs.

May 20

Beer and Burghill

It may be the beer festival weekend but Cookley 1sts will be keeping their minds on the job in hand when they face a tough contest at home to Burghill, Tillington and Weobley at Lea Lane on Saturday, May 27. The Seconds will be looking to bounce back from their defeat by Belbroughton when they travel to Herefordshire to take on Burghill’s second string. The thirds will travel away for the first time this season with the short trip to Belbroughton.

May 20

Dumbleton disappointment

There were to be no early celebrations to commemorate the 40th anniversary year of winning the National Village KO as Cookley fell at the first hurdle in this year’s competition at Gloucestershire Premier League side Dumbleton.
After putting the home side into bat Cookley’s hopes were high when they took three early wickets but some late hitting boosted Dumbleton and their 40-over score of 214 looked competitive.
A promising start led by skipper Paul Thomas gave Cookley some encouragement but the visitors were never quite up with the asking rate and a rejigged batting order owing to Jaimen Rudd’s discolated finger didn’t help matters either. A late flurry gave the total of 157 some respectability but left Cookley still 58 runs short of their target and left them reflecting on what might have been.