East Anglian Premier Cricket League

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23 Apr 2017 : EAPL Results Week One
Saturday 22nd April 2017

Bury St Edmunds v Great Witchingham

Played at Victory Ground

Great Witchingham 254 for 8 in 50 Overs James Spellman76 J Hale 56

Bury St Edmunds 202 for 8 in 50 overs (M Comber 63)

Great Witchingham (25 points) beat Bury St Edmunds (7 Points) by 52 Runs  

Copdock & Old Ipswichian v Cambridge Granta

Played at Old London Roald

Copdock & Old Ipswichian 271 for 3 in 50 overs (M Cull 100, J Mickleburgh 88, J Beaumont 59)

Cambridge Granta 272 for 9 in 50 overs (M Pepper 65 J Atkinson 94)

Cambridge Granta (25 points) beat Copdock and Old Ipswichian (9 points) by 1 wicket

Frinton-On-Sea v Norwich

Played at Ashlyns Road

110 all out in 32.3 overs)

Frinton-On-Sea 114 for 7 in 32.2 overs  

Frinton-On-Sea (25 points) beat Norwich (3 points) by 3 wickets

Mildenhall v Vauxhall Mallards

Played at Wamill Way

Vauxhall Mallards 230 all out   in 49.1 overs)

Mildenhall 235 for 6 in 45.5 overs

Mildenhall (25 points) beat Vauxhall Mallards (7 points) by four wickets  

Sudbury v Burwell

Played at Friars Street

Burwell 174 for 8 in 50 overs 

Sudbury 178 for 4 in 41.2 overs (T Huggins 61)

Sudbury (25 points) beat Burwell (3 points) by 6 wickets             

Swardeston v Horsford 

Played at The Common 

Horsford 162 all out in 44.4 overs (L Findlay 56)

Swardeston 164 for 6 in 32overs (P Lambert 62)

Swardeston (25 points) beat Horsford (4 points) by 4 wickets

03 Apr 2017 : Lashings at Copdock & Old Ipswichian CC
Lashings at Copdock & Old Ipswichian CC

Copdock & Old Ipswichian Cricket Club are hosting a Lashings fixture on Wednesday 5th July.

More info - Click HERE

27 Mar 2017 : EAPL Umpire Appoinments (April/May 2017)

The EAPL Umpire appointments for the first 2 months of the 2017 have been released.

View them here today by using the link below.


01 Mar 2017 : EAPL Playing Regulations 2017

The playing rules/regulations ahead of the 2017 season have been released.

Please use the link below to view them today.


21 Feb 2017 : Is The Forty Club For You?
Is The Forty Club For You?The historic aim of the Club since foundation in 1936 has been ‘to take cricket to the schools’ by offering fixtures against experienced cricketers who would encourage the young cricketers to play the game to the highest standards of performance and behaviour, and in the best spirit of the game. Nowadays, most of the 130 or so schools, colleges and youth XIs that we play are able to enjoy the services of professional coaching so we leave the performance side of the game to them. Meanwhile the Forty Club will continue to encourage the qualities of the Spirit of Cricket, to encourage the young men and women to play cricket, stay in the game, enjoy it, develop their skills and to recognise and applaud good performance.

We play midweek and Sunday cricket all over UK at some of the finest grounds, playing some 130 fixtures a season against Colleges, Schools and Youth XIs, plus another 80 against clubs. We usually organise 2 overseas tours a year and hold an annual dinner at a prestigious venue in London.

Here in The Eastern Counties District [Essex, Suffolk, Norfolk, Cambs, Beds.] we have 26 fixtures planned for 2017.

Please click on the link below for full information including membership fees, how to sign up and key contact details.

Is The Forty Club For You.pdf