CUBLINGTON are hoping to make more history this season as they prepare to play Cherwell League Division Four cricket for the first time.
Cubs enjoyed the perfect first season in the Cherwell League as the first team won the Division Five title, while the seconds won Division Nine in the club’s debut season after moving over from the Four Counties League.
Playing at the highest level in their history, Cublington start their Division Four campaign at home to Leighton Buzzard seconds on May 12, while Cubs’ seconds travel to Brackley seconds for their first Division Eight match.
After so much success over the past two years – including their Four Counties Division One victory in 2010 – the club’s rise appears to mirror that of Great Brickhill, who last year made it four consecutive promotion after also opting to play a higher standard of cricket.
“We’d like to do what they have,” said Cubs chairman Niall Mackay. “They also won the Four Counties title and moved to the Cherwell to better themselves, and now they’ll be playing in Division One.
“We’re got an excellent squad here and are hoping for more big things from the likes of Phil Webb and Jamie Leggett.”
> With the cricket season swinging into action, we want your reports and scorecards – preferably on email if possible – to continue our comprehensive weekly round up of news, results and pictures from clubs across Aylesbury Vale and beyond.
We will once again be sending our photographers out to matches every weekend and don’t forget to highlight your star performers for a place on our Hot Board. Any player who hits 50 or more runs or takes five or more wickets in one match will have their name up in lights on the cricket spread’s popular Hot Board.