• Teddie Casterton

Saturday 22nd May Fixtures



Welcome to this week's run-down of Who, When & Where.


After managing to get a game in last weekend, High Wycombe 1st XI will be travelling to Tring Park with masses of confidence. Coming off the back of a huge win against a strong Datchet side, Wycombe will be looking to carry on their run of form at Tring. With an unchanged side, the team will continue to look to grow together and continue on their successful run of form. In their last 3 matches, High Wycombe has won all three rather convincingly.


Simon Janes will lead the High Wycombe 2nd XI at London Road to a strong Gerrards Cross team. After falling short with the bat, Wycombe will look to experienced players such as Pugh, Janes, Higgins, whilst also looking to George Lasseter who has looked promising at the start of this season.


High Wycombe 3rd XI faces off against Harefield 2nd XI at our home ground Winchmore Hill. They have yet to play an official game with the weather getting the better of them for the last few weeks. Hopefully, they can put some points on the board and get their season started.


The High Wycombe 4th XI will take on Chenies & Latimer at West Wycombe Cricket Club. Last week saw them miss out on a win by just one wicket - so they'll be going into this game confident and hungry for the win. Skippered by Matt Dodds, the 4th XI has shown some mixed availability in the last few weeks and so hopefully they will be able to come together as a unit and experience a win.


Finally, High Wycombe 5th XI travels away to Stoke Green 4th team. Although they narrowly missed out on the win last week, they will be looking towards Sulayman Warraich who performed expertly both with bat and ball.


The bar at London Road will be open as always from 12pm to 10pm, We are now able to serve indoors, however, will have a limit on the number of people at one time.


We will be seated at tables of 6 (individuals or 2 households) and it will be table service only. We ask that anybody who gets up from their table to go outside or to the toilet respectfully wear their masks. The windows will be open to allow for the air to circulate so please do not touch them.


Our outdoor area remains open and therefore larger groups can sit together in the marquee



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