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Pocklington Pixies Cricket Club 2021 Fixtures and Tour Dates Announced

9 Mar 2021
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Throughout the past year, there is no doubt our worlds have been turned upside down due to the Covid-19 pandemic. During this time, many events in the OP calendar have sadly had to be cancelled or postponed, including last year’s Pixies’ cricket season.  However, as we approach the summer with renewed hope for a more normal future, the Pocklington Pixies Cricket Club are delighted to announce plans for the Pocklington Pixies Cricket Club 2021 fixtures and tour dates. Full details are confirmed but may be subject to change according to government guidance in the coming months. It is an opportunity to get the dates in the diary and look forward to amongst other things, a summer of sport, friendship and good cricket.

For the forthcoming season, we have a new fixture on the card against the Cheshire Gentlemen and we plan to enter the Golden Oldies World Cricket Festival. This is for players aged over 35 years and takes place in the Harrogate and Nidderdale area from 22-29 August. It involves three fixtures as well as optional social events. There is also the usual tour in August with excellent accommodation booked at The Bear Inn, Burwash, priced at a very reasonable rate per night.  This, plus mini bus transport from Pocklington does make the week (or part of, if you are only joining us for part of the tour) financially viable.

Pixies Secretary, Charlie Lambert (01-08) is pleased to announce the tour and fixture dates for 2021 as follows:

The 65th Pixies Tour & 56th to Kent and Sussex

Sunday 8th August - Thursday12th August 2021

Date Fixture Time
Sunday 8th August Holmesdale 11.00am
Monday 9th August Eastbourne 2.00pm
Tuesday 10th August Haywards Heath 1.00pm
Wednesday 11th August Marden 2.00pm
Thursday 12th August Hastings 1.00pm

             Local Fixtures

Date Fixture Time
Sunday 4th July Malcolm Milne Memorial Match v Pocklington School 11.00am
Wednesday 7th July Cheshire Gentlemen  (venue & time TBC)
Sunday 11th July Yorkshire Gentlemen @ Escrick Park 11.00am

Sunday 25th July

Pocklington CC - Worsley Cup 1.00pm
Sunday 12th September

Men of Derwent @ Woodhouse Grange CC

The Alasdair Swann Trophy



The fixture dates for the Golden Oldies Word Cricket Festival are 23rd, 25th and 27th August 2021 and will be played in the Harrogate and Nidderdale locality.

For those wishing to play or spectate for the Pixies in any of the local fixtures or the tour, please download the Tour Information and Booking Form or contact Charlie Lambert directly. Further details of the  individual fixtures and tour will be available on our 'Forthcoming Events' webpage.

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