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Gwent cricketers to pay tribute to 'Clampy'

South Wales Argus: CHARITY MATCH: Mark Wallace will line up for Abergavenny against Panteg

11:52am Tuesday 16th September 2014

SOME of Gwent's finest cricketers will be locking horns in Panteg on Sunday for a charity match in memory of Gareth Meredith.

Newbridge to pay tribute to club stalwart Leighton Rees

South Wales Argus: CLUB STALWART: Newbridge will pay tribute to Leighton Rees on Sunday

9:02am Friday 11th July 2014

NEWBRIDGE will be paying tribute to a club stalwart known affectionately as 'The Cat' when they open their new scoreboard on Sunday.

Usk gunning for Dragons in charity T20

South Wales Argus: ON THE BACK FOOT: Dragons centre Ashley Smith is beaten outside his off stump in 2012

7:54am Friday 11th July 2014

AFTER patiently waiting two years for revenge Usk will attempt to turn the tables on Newport Gwent Dragons by hitting them for six on Sunday.

Dragons take on Usk in charity T20

9:42pm Thursday 3rd July 2014

NEWPORT Gwent Dragons are hoping to hit Usk for six when they lock horns for another charity T20 cricket match.

Pontnewynydd hold top spot

South Wales Argus: Panteg CC v Newport CC. Terryn Fay batting for Newport. (7386992)

3:54pm Monday 23rd June 2014

PONTNEWYNYDD held on to top spot in Division One of the Thomas, Carroll Welsh Club Cricket Conference with a comfortable victory at Pencoed.

Panteg hold on to earn draw

South Wales Argus: Panteg CC v Newport CC. Adam Harrison bowling for Panteg. (7386978)

3:22pm Monday 23rd June 2014

THE first derby of the season between the two Gwent clubs in the South Wales Premier League ended honours even in a draw with Newport getting the better of the exchanges.

Morgan appointed as MCC president

10:20am Thursday 8th May 2014

TREDEGAR'S David Morgan has been appointed as the next president of the MCC.

Battle of the champions as Panteg make Premier League bow out west

South Wales Argus: FP_BH_PANTEG v PENTYRCH_2  9.9.13  Panteg's Lloyd Smith scored 73 runs during the match against Pentyrch. Panteg won the game. Picture by Bill Hart (1080422)

10:16am Friday 2nd May 2014

PANTEG are presented with an early chance to show that they belong in the South Wales Premier League when they head to champions Mumbles on opening weekend, writes Chris Kirwan.

Local cricket season gets under way this weekend

12:30pm Wednesday 23rd April 2014

THE Thomas, Carroll Glamorgan and Monmouthshire League cricket season gets under way on Saturday, a week before the Conference and the South Wales Premier League.

Glamorgan pair ensure the Force is with Fugies

South Wales Argus: Glamorgan pair ensure the Force is with Fugies

2:20pm Monday 7th April 2014

THERE was no danger of rain bringing an early end to proceedings on Saturday as Newport Fugitives got their ground shipshape for the coming season.

Monmouth welcome new cricketers as pre-season begins

4:45pm Friday 7th February 2014

MONMOUTH Cricket Club are on the look-out for new players and have just started training for an action-packed campaign ahead.

Champions first up for Panteg

12:02pm Tuesday 3rd December 2013

SOUTH Wales Premier Cricket League new boys Panteg will start life in the top flight against champions Mumbles, writes Chris Kirwan.

Panteg's delight after getting Premier League green light

2:01pm Thursday 31st October 2013

PANTEG can start plotting their challenge in the top flight of Welsh club cricket after having their promotion to the South Wales Premier League rubber-stamped, writes Chris Kirwan.

Lawlor hits a ton at the home of cricket

South Wales Argus: MAGNIFICENT: Monmouth School and Newport all-rounder Jeremy Lawlor scored a century at Lord's

12:03pm Thursday 5th September 2013

CRACKING a century at Lord's is the stuff of dreams for most cricketers and it's become a reality for Monmouth School's Jeremy Lawlor at the age of 17, writes Chris Kirwan.

Panteg on brink of title success after inching past Sudbrook

South Wales Argus: FP_BH_PANTEG v CHEPSTOW_3  24.8.13 Akhtar Balouch, batting for Panteg. He scored 84 not-out, a major contribution to the team's winning total of 177 for 6. Picture by Bill Hart. (951366)

12:01pm Tuesday 27th August 2013

PANTEG won a tense and closely contested game against Sudbrook at the Deepweir and are now virtually assured of winning Division One of the Glamorgan and Monmouthshire Cricket League and earn a place in the South Wales Premier League.

Sudbrook hoping to extend title race with double success

South Wales Argus: TOP SCORER: Opener Matthew Kinchin top scored for Sudbrook in their win at Abergavenny last weekend

11:32am Friday 23rd August 2013

SUDBROOK hope that they can notch their own double this weekend to pile the pressure on Glamorgan and Monmouthshire League leaders Panteg.

Job half done for Welsh Cup winners Panteg

South Wales Argus: WINNERS ARE GRINNERS: Panteg romped to Gwalia Welsh Cup glory at the Swalec Stadium

7:02am Wednesday 21st August 2013

PANTEG are still toasting the finest day in the club's history – but their job is only half done.

Rain devastates local cricket

12:17pm Tuesday 20th August 2013

IN COMMON with cricket across South Wales, almost all matches in Gwent at the weekend had to be abandoned because of the rain which swept across from the west.

Welsh Cup glory for Panteg

7:12pm Sunday 18th August 2013

PANTEG have won the Gwalia Welsh Cup for the first time after crushing Llandudno by nine wickets at the Swalec Stadium.

Local lads to spearhead Panteg's bid for double glory

South Wales Argus: CUP DREAM: Adam Harrison and Panteg will be looking to lift silverware at the Swalec Stadium on Sunday

11:02am Friday 16th August 2013

WHEN Celtic won the European Cup in 1967 all 11 of their players came from within a 30-mile radius of their Parkhead ground.

Double-chasing Panteg eye Swalec Stadium glory

10:32am Tuesday 13th August 2013

PANTEG don’t just have promotion in their sights – they are eyeing the first part of a double after earning a place in the final of the Gwalia Welsh Cup.

Treble-chasing Panteg into Welsh Cup semis

10:47am Tuesday 23rd July 2013

PANTEG are still hunting a treble after securing a place in the semi-finals of the Gwalia Welsh Cup.

Young spinner gets Wales call

8:00am Wednesday 17th July 2013

MONMOUTH Cricket Club’s Ben Davies has been called up by Wales.

Newport youngster Harry Powell has MCC in a Wight spot of bother

South Wales Argus: MAGIC FIGURES: Harry Powell, pictured taking wickets for Newport, claimed six victims for eight runs when playing for Glamorgan Seconds

8:50am Wednesday 3rd July 2013

IT'S been a good week for impressive bowling figures – and a bright prospect from Newport has joined the party.

Blackwood’s last-eight delight

7:11pm Tuesday 2nd July 2013

BLACKWOOD are into the last eight of the Gwalia Welsh Cup after stunning Premier League Ynysygerwn on their own patch.

Aussie legend Jeff Thomson aims to bowl over Newbridge

10:48am Monday 1st July 2013

JEFF Thomson has been copping plenty of pre-Ashes flak – but believes things might have taken a turn for the better for Australia.

Conference cricket round-up

7:00am Monday 1st July 2013

MONKSWOOD won at Hopkinstown to take over at the top of Division One of the Thomas, Carroll Welsh Club Cricket Confer-ence.

Newport facing a tough trip

South Wales Argus: HARD TO BUDGE: Captain Gary Wood’s determination earned Newport a draw

9:10am Friday 10th May 2013

SOUTH WALES PREMIER LEAGUE PREVIEW

Early results indicate it’s going to be a right old tussle at the top

9:00am Friday 10th May 2013

PREVIEW

Stars of world cricket heading for Newport

South Wales Argus: Heading for Newport - the stars of world cricket that is...

9:10am Wednesday 8th May 2013

THE STARS of world cricket are heading to Newport next month.

Women make history at Newport CC

South Wales Argus: WOMEN’S HOUR: Newport Cricket Club’s women’s team walked out on to the field of play for the first time at the weekend

9:00am Thursday 25th April 2013

NEWPORT Cricket Club’s women’s team celebrated their momentous inaugural match with a four-wicket victory over Bristol Phoenix at home.

Gwent pair look to climb up table after poor starts

8:50am Friday 6th July 2012

NEWPORT and Usk must attempt to avoid being cut adrift at the bottom of the Swalec Premier League.

Tough trip for Usk

6:20am Friday 25th May 2012

IT’S TOP against bottom when Usk head to Sully in the Swalec Premier League tomorrow.

Record for former Beaver

6:50am Monday 20th February 2012

FORMER Abergavenny batsman Richard Levi hit the fastest ever Twenty20 international century as South Africa beat New Zealand by eight wickets in Hamilton yesterday.

Newport get Jones while Waters returns to Usk

South Wales Argus: Heading to Spytty: Simon Jones

11:00am Wednesday 7th December 2011

NEWPORT’S attack will feature Ashes-winning pace bowler Simon Jones in the Swalec Premier League next year while seamer Huw Waters makes a welcome return to Usk.

Sir Viv seeing stars after Newbridge visit

South Wales Argus: Sir Viv seeing stars after Newbridge visit

12:30pm Friday 9th September 2011

THERE can’t have been too many occasions when Sir Viv Richards has been star struck.

Showdown in Panteg

5:30pm Friday 5th August 2011

WITH eight weeks to go in the race for promotion to the Swalec Premier League, all eyes will be on Panteg tomorrow when leaders Usk head to the home of their nearest rivals.

Newport's troubles continue in Swalec Premier

6:40am Monday 4th July 2011

NEWPORT’S problems in the Swalec Premier League continued when they lost a hard fought game at Ynysygerwn by four wickets.

Gloucestershire catch Herring

12:30pm Friday 24th June 2011

Gloucestershire County Cricket Club have won the battle to sign 16-year-old prodigy Cameron Herring after Glamorgan offered the wicketkeeper-batsman a last-minute deal.

Newport hoping to get on a roll

12:00pm Friday 24th June 2011

NEWPORT are hoping that a hard-earned win can kick-start their Swalec Premier League season as they prepare to welcome the champions to Spytty Park.

Newport relishing trip to the capital

8:10am Friday 10th June 2011

NEWPORT captain Michael Clayden believes a trip to the Swalec Premier League leaders and biggest rivals Cardiff is just what the doctor ordered for his under performing side.

Dalrymple rejoins Middlesex from Glamorgan

2:11am Saturday 16th April 2011

THE all-rounder Jamie Dalrymple has rejoined Middlesex for the current season.

Mott out to earn respect

9:30am Saturday 15th January 2011

NEW coach Matthew Mott has acknowledged the need to earn the respect of the Glamorgan players, officials and supporters after landing the job at the Swalec Stadium.

Magnificent Cook helps England build lead

4:37am Wednesday 5th January 2011

Ian Bell makes 50 in support of England's prolific opener.

Glamorgan in crisis

6:10am Thursday 9th December 2010

Paul Russell set to hold press conference at 4pm today.

Swalec Premier League preview

5:50pm Friday 20th August 2010

USK will do all they can to prevent rivals Newport rubber-stamping their Swalec Premier League relegation at the Athletic Ground tomorrow afternoon.

Glamorgan and Monmouthshire Cricket League preview

3:50pm Friday 20th August 2010

ONLY TWO wins from two will do for Abergavenny in Division One of the Glamorgan and Monmouthshire League, with tomorrow’s encounter at Panteg promising to be a sticky one.

Thomas, Carroll Glamorgan and Monmouthshire Cricket Conference

3:20pm Monday 16th August 2010

ON a rain-affected day in the Thomas, Carroll Welsh Club Cricket Conference, Pontymister stunned leaders Hopkinstown in their crunch top-of-the-table battle to go to the top with just two matches remaining.

Swalec Premier League and Thomas, Carroll League cricket

2:20pm Monday 16th August 2010

SULLY became the inaugural champions of the Swalec Premier League when they had the better of a drawn game at Pontarddulais, while Newport defeated Swansea at Spytty Park to go third in the table and have their eyes set on the runners-up spot.

Thomas, Carroll Conference cricket: Hopkinstown in control

2:10pm Monday 2nd August 2010

WITH four games to go of the season in Division One of the Thomas, Carroll Welsh Club Cricket Conference, Hopkinstown are firmly in the driving-seat after their nearest rivals, Pontymister, slipped up against third-placed Whitchurch Heath.






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