“No cricket team in the world depends on one or two players. The team always plays to win”
Lewes St Michaels held their annual dinner at Cafe Lazzati in Lewes on the 19 October.
Jack Allsobrook did an ‘Adele’ and swept the first team awards, with Steve Crowhurst doing similar for the second team, although it was noted that Steve counted the votes…
A good evening was had by all and £500 was raised for St Peter’s and St James’ Hospice.
Many thanks to Simon Fox for organising a fantastic evening.
All Stars Cricket
St Michaels are excited to be part of the ECB’s All Stars Cricket Coaching Programme.
All Stars provides boys and girls from 5-8 years old with 8 weeks of non-stop fun. The activity and game based programme is suitable for all skill levels, providing your child with the foundations to begin a lifelong love of physical activity and cricket, while making friends in a safe and enjoyable environment.
The cost for the 8 week programme is £40, which includes a personalised kit bag for every player. To sign up, please follow the below link:
In October 2017, MCC published a new Code of Laws. The 2017 Code was the first complete review and rewrite of the Laws in almost two decades. It was the result of a global consultation, took three years of drafting and sought to make the Laws fairer, more inclusive and easier to understand.
In the year since publication of the 2017 Code, MCC has listened to a great deal of feedback from around the world. Happily, most of it has been positive, with the Laws being adopted and understood by players, umpires and supporters. However, there have been some errors spotted, and one Law change in particular has proved unpopular.
MCC is thus publishing the 2nd Edition of the 2017 Code, which will come into force on 1st April 2019. Most of the changes which will differentiate this 2nd Edition from the first are small – minor corrections, explanatory clarifications, and the odd alteration to a Law that was drafted imperfectly. These will be published, in full, at the start of January 2019, giving all stakeholders plenty of time to read and process them before they come into force.
There is, however, one more significant change, which will have an impact on players and umpires – a reworking of Law 41.7, which relates to full-pitch deliveries over waist height (known colloquially as ‘beamers’). Because this will affect umpire training, MCC has chosen to publish the new Law at the earliest possible date.
View the change by clicking here