Second XI

Mixed bag during week four

It was a mixed bag of results for Sileby in the fourth round of fixtures in the Leicestershire & Rutland League as they covered all bases with a win, winning draw, losing draw and a loss from their matches. It was a case of the good, bad and the ugly...
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Round three roundup

There was a maiden century, two five-fers, four wins from four – including a nail biting one run win in a huge local derby as well as heartbreak in the T20 as home advantage didn’t guarantee a passage through for Sileby. Clashes between local rivals Sileby and Barrow rarely turn out to...
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Round two roundup

The second round of the Leicestershire & Rutland League season brought more positive results for our sides and the weekend as a whole brought some excellent performances as three players bagged hundreds, one scored their maiden fifty and there was a five wicket haul from an old stager. Saturday saw...
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Mixed opening weekend for Sileby sides

It was a real mixed bag of results and performances for the Sileby sides that took the field on the opening weekend of their respective league seasons – although there were some notable successes. Despite having been cuising towards their target of 226 to beat Barkby on Saturday an all...
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Season preparation reaches peak

The preparation for the first season under new captain Jigar Naik is reaching its peak this weekend with the first of two friendlies before the season begins on 22 April. A 12-a-side game between two club sides will see Team Naik vs Team Ruddle in a 50-over a side warm...
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Naik appointed STCC Captain & Player/Coach

Sileby Town are delighted to announce the appointment of former Leicestershire professional Jigar Naik as their new Club Captain and Player/Coach. Naik replaces Liam Kinch, who stepped down at the end of last season following seven years at the helm at Mill Lane – during which he oversaw two Premier League promotion campaigns...
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Club Members Survey

Members asked to complete survey to help shape Sileby Town Cricket club’s Progress over the coming years.  Players, Parents, coaches and volunteers are asked to help complete this survey. We are keen to get the views of our members to help form our Annual Clubmark Health check and help produce the clubs development...
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Gale & Chamberlain star as 2s stay at the helm

A tail end revival, spearheaded by Sam Gale and Phil Chamberlain, inspired Sileby’s Seconds to an ultimately comfortable 41 run win over Cropston at Mill Lane. Not for the first time this season the Sileby upper order was as fragile as bone china as they slipped to 67 for 6...
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Tail wags Seconds to Thorpe win

Twelve months ago Sileby v Thorpe Arnold was a Premier League fixture – the 2016 version saw the two sides that had headed in opposite directions meet at Thorpe with the side relegated from the Premier hosting the side that came up from Division Two last term. With Thorpe opting...
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Senior games hit by weather – updated

Sileby’s senior program of games this weekend has been decimated by the weather with all four games falling foul of the elements. The 1s local derby at Syston, which would have seen the top two lock horns, was called off on Friday morning while the 3s home date with Huncote...
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