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Records fall as first LCC ton is scored at new ground
June 1, 2019
Josh Emery became the first Ledbury player to score a century at the new ground as the first team gained a crucial win in the Marches League Division 2.
In only his fourth innings for the club, Emery hit 131 combining power and technique, to hit fours and sixes all around the wicket, finally holing out to a catch on the boundary.
He featured in a record second-wicket stand of 217 with Paddy Merryman, who batted through 40 overs for 96, including many trademark straight drives, before falling just short of a maiden league ton.
Ledbury finished on 316-3 which was also a club record at the new ground.
In reply, Lucs lost wickets at regular intervals and never really got going. First-team debutants Seb Fell and Liam Kendrick both took their first wickets at this level.
Leg-spinner Jamie Turner claimed 4-19 but the early damage was done by Vicky Evans, who took 4-26 as Lucs collapsed to 86 all out, leaving Ledbury the winners by 230 runs.
Ton up: Paddy Merryman (l) congratulates Josh Emery on his century [Andy Rollett]
Co-Op Community funding
November 24, 2018
Ledbury Cricket Club said a huge thank you to the town's and in particular manager Rich Brixey for helping the club raise an astonishing £5,790 through the Co-op's Local Community Funding.
The cheque was received by Club Chairman Rob Yeomans and Stuart Evans during a visit to the store on November 24.
Rob said "Thanks to everyone who supported us via their Co-op membership. We'll make sure the money is put to good use."
Funding finance: (L-R) Rob Yeomans, Rich Brixey and Stuart Evans [Stuart Evans]
Official opening the new ground
July 1, 2018
Although the first game was played almost a year ago, members, players and supporters of Ledbury Cricket Club came together to officially open the new ground at Orlham Lane.
The special day included a 30-over challenge match between a Ledbury XI and a Herefordshire Select XI with representative from Marches Leagues teams across the county.
The official opening ceremony was held at tea time, and a good crowd turned out to watch the match and enjoy the festivities.
The day also included the installation of a new interval bell in commemoration of Geoff Fletcher, stalwart groundsman and umpire, who passed away shortly after the club moved to the new site.
Chairman Rob Yeoman watches as the ribbon is cut at the new pavilion [Andy Rollett]