SHBCC currently run two senior teams. The 1st X1 play in the Yorkshire Premier League North. This is a relatively new league that has been formed to stage high quality cricket at the very top of the Yorkshire cricket pyramid. There are 3 other sections, Yorkshire Premier League South, Bradford League & North Yorkshire & South Durham League. All 4 sections form the ECB Yorkshire Premier League with the top team in each section competing for the Yorkshire Premier League Championship.
The 2nd X1 play in the York Senior Premier League.
The 1st X1 will be led by Adam Fisher as 1st team captain & supported by Russ Robinson as vice captain.
The 2nd X1 will be skippered by Jack Hugill and supported by Dave Bradshaw as vice captain.
During the season you can see RESULTS HERE
We run a mid-week team who play in the Pilmoor League Division 1. These games are played on a Wednesday evening & will be skippered by Ben Harrison.
We also compete in the U19 T20 Bash. This is a national competition and if successful getting beyond the local group stage, can progress to the national stages.
We also enter the 1st X1 & 2nd X1 League Cups & the National Village Knockout Cup
You can see the full list of 2019 senior fixtures here or in the club handbook.
Pilmoor League Results
SHB 128-6 (Dulash Udayanga 67, Rob Stevens 35) beat Helperby 116-3
2019 results will appear here
Senior Team News
The U15s kicked off the week cricket for SHBCC with convincing win at Pocklington. Batting first, the Bridge made 105-1, with Max John retiring on 52. In reply, Pocklington finished 61-5 with the wickets being shared across the lads. The boys go again against Heworth on Monday night. Wednesday saw 3 fixtures across the Bridge…
With the U9s and U15s not having a game this week, plus the abandonment of both Wednesday’s Pilmoor fixture against Clifton and the 2s Saturday trip to Malton; it has indeed been a quiet week at SHBCC! The U11s kicked off the week with their trip to Dunnington. Restricting them to 297-4 from their 16,…
Saturday saw both sides in action, the 1s facing Clifton Alliance whilst the 2s were up against Easingwold. At CACC, SHB batted first making a disappointing 123 all out. Louis Foxton the only major contributor with 32. In reply, Clifton knocked off the total 7 wickets down, even with the efforts of 3-27 from Matthew…
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ll more than likely have heard the news that Sussex CCC have snapped up our Yorkshire pace bowler, Eddie Barnes, on loan. We caught up with Eddie to find out the latest on his experience down south! We’re so pleased for you! How did it all come about?…
More good news on the playing front is that Yorkshire contracted player & former England U19’s star Eddie Barnes is returning to the club. Eddie has spent the previous two seasons’ playing for the Yorkshire Academy in the Yorkshire league North. Whilst Eddie will be playing for Yorkshire 2nd Xl and pushing hard for a…
We are delighted to announce that last season’s overseas star Dulash Udayanga will be returning for his second season with the club. Dulash was a huge success on and off the field scoring over a thousand runs in all competitions his highlight being a superb 106 not out away at Woodhouse Grange. He arrives in…
2019 Captains Report: With 2019 season approaching quickly it seems a good time to give a brief update on all things ‘Senior cricket’ at SHB. Last season saw the First X1 compete at the top of the pile in Yorkshire League North until week 10 and then have a poor run of results before finishing…
New signing Dulash Udayanga is presented with his SHBCC cap by skipper Russ Robinson