K021780 Corbridge CC. Chris Joyce, the owner of Joyce Construction and Civils, Corbridge Cricket Club junior coordinator, Chris Lynch, committee member John Maude, president Chris Roberts and Northumberland Cricket Board chairman, Russell Perry talk through plans for the new club house as work begins on the site. WEDNESDAY 11TH JANUARY 2017. KATE BUCKINGHAM.
Pupils at Hexham's Queen Elizabeth High School who took part in Northumberland Cricket Board's cricket activators course.
West Tyne League bowlers, such as Wylam's Paul Robinson pictured here, will be restricted to eight overs a game.
Ovingham Middle School were crowned county champions of the U13 Chance to Compete competition.
Promotion to the North East Premier League could be on the cards for Tynedale Cricket Club's first team, after they finished fourth in 2016.
Tynedale Cricket Club won the Northumberland stage of the ECB National Indoor Hardball Competition.
Stocksfield's Gareth Wade is hard in training after signing for Northants Cricket Club.
Cricket stumps cut out
An artist's impression of the proposed pavilion at Corbridge Cricket Club.
Haydon Bridge's Ian Watson recorded the best bowling figures in Division One, and received his trophy from guest speaker John Morris.
John Raglan (left) received the Chairman's Trophy from Michael Baker in honour of the late Dennis Sparke, who was awarded the trophy posthumously.
Stocksfield II were crowned champions of the West Tyne Cricket League.
Stocksfield enjoyed triumph in the North East Midweek Plate Competition.
Tynedale Cricket Club finished in fourth in 2016.
Emerson Brown played his last game for Stocksfield as he has decided to retire.
Stocksfield Cricket Club.
Ross Atkinson hit an unbeaten century for Corbridge.
Tynedale Cricket Club's Sam Mannion.
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