Alan Partington's long-awaited history of the club has been published, celebrating 125 years of Rolleston cricket. It is the culmination of many years of hard work by our President, who is kindly donating all profits to the club as we begin the task of raising finance for the pavilion...
On Saturday as guests of Yorkshire Bank five of our juniors were treated to see the YB40 final at Lords. Lucy Yates was lucky enough to be asked to be the mascot for Nottinghamshire and was seen on Sky TV as the captains tossed up before the game.
The invitation followed the very successful...
Our Junior players have enjoyed the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity of meeting and being coached by England skipper Alastair Cook.
The event, part of the Yorkshire Bank’s sponsorship of cricket through their “Giving Bat to Cricket” project, took place at Derbyshire CCC on July 4th.
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Golf Day - Sunday 25th March
Go-Karting - Friday 30th March
Quiz - Friday 27th April
Race Night 22nd July 7:30pm
Buy a Horse for £2 (See the Notice Board)
Please come down and Support YOUR club.
Work on new drainage system completed
Members will need no reminding that the Willows is prone to water-logging.
As the ground is situated on a flood-plain, this is to some extent inevitable. However, the problem has worsened over the last three or four years, with many games being...
AGM - 23rd November 7:30
Xmas Bingo - 27th November 8:00
New Years Eve - 70's/80's Fancy Dress 8:00 til late
Following the site visit on June 23rd, I am pleased to inform members that ECB “Clubmark” status has been awarded to the club.
The Staffordshire Board Development Officer, who carried out the verification, said that we were doing a “great job” and was most impressed by what he saw, heard and...
On a bright sunny morning, Rolleston were put into bat on a greenish track, looking for another good start as in previous matches but it was not to be, Liam Goode, Dan Featherstone, Bertie Winstone and Ankit Rai all back in the pavilion within 4 overs with the score on 6. Much credit must go to Dan...