News Archive 2010
23 November, 2010

Youth Training Notice

Due to an Exhibition at The Osprey Leisure Centre there will be no training for Portland Red Triangle Youth Section on Thursday 25th November 6 - 8pm. Normal training will resume on Thursday 2nd December 6-8pm and all are welcome. If you are interested in attended or taking up cricket and aged between 8-16 come along on the night or contact club secretary Grant Neven on 07887943621.

8 November, 2010

Indoor League Fixtures

The fixture list for the U12, U14, U16 and U21 indoor league at the Redlands Community Sports Hub are now online! Click here to view them...

Averages Update

The Saturday 1st XI averages are now online, view them by clicking here or via the Statistics option in the menu

Presentation Night

A report and photos from this year's event in the tent are now online. Click here...

4 October, 2010

Averages Update

The complete Sunday 2nd XI averages are now online, hopefully the remaining weekend teams will follow soon! Click here to wade through the stats...
29 September, 2010

AGM Update

All members who are considering standing for roles within the club at this year's AGM, please be aware that any post (including weekend and evening league captains) involving regular contact with under 18's, will make the candidate liable to undertake a full CRB Check. Any candidate not prepared to undertake this check can therefore not be considered for election.

21 September, 2010

Presentation Night

Presentation Night 2009 The venue for this year's end of season presentation night has moved to the George Inn, still on Saturday 23rd October. Any tickets purchased for the original venue at the North Portland Workings Men Club will still be valid!

If you wish to reserve a ticket to the event, contact Social Secretary Rich Samuel (07518 360516). Tickets are priced at 10 for adults and 5 for juniors. Family tickets are also available at 20 each (2 adults and 2 children). Reserve your tickets before the night, as there will be a 2 surchage for entry on the door if you haven't booked in advance!

15 September, 2010

Winter Training

Portland Red Triangle in partnership with the Osprey Leisure Centre will begin its Youth Section Training/Coaching sessions on Thursday 30th September. The sessions are open to all children 8 to 16 girls and boys and will run from 6.00pm until 8.00pm, there will be a 6 enrolment fee and sessions will be 2 per session.

The club are hoping to build on the success of these sessions last year with over 30 children attending most sessions, Portland Head Coach Gary Randell added "The club have built a highly successful partnership with the Osprey centre over the last couple of years and this has enabled the club to build its youth section and provide top class coaching for a large number of children. We hope that more children will take the opportunity to come along and learn about the game and enjoy the experience of being part of a club that puts youth at the top of its agenda."

Portland will be entering three youth teams into the winter indoor league programme and this year is encouraging more girls to take up the sport with a veiw to forming a girls team to play competitive cricket in 2011. For more details contact Club Secretary Grant Neven 07887943621.

Annual General Meeting

This year's AGM will take place on Friday 26th November at the Y.M.C.A. Reforne, Portland, beginning at 7.30pm. All nominations for Officers and Captains should be sent to Club Secretary Grant Neven or can be nominated on the night. As per the club's constitution all present officers must retire, but can be re-elected. The club's constitution can be viewed at the club's website, any proposed amendments must be received by the secretary as with nominations for officers.

28 August, 2010

Mini-Results Update & Stat Attack!

The Saturday 2nd XI finished their league campaign with an emphatic 7 wicket win over league leaders Bradford Abbas. There were 3-wickets hauls for Dan Strong (3/45), Jodie Locke (3/41) and Dave Price (3/11), with Price picking up a hattrick to dismiss the visitors for 140. An opening partnership of 57 between Laurie West (42) and Dave Males (22) laid the foundations for Triangle, with Bill Gates (42no) and Olly Whisker (14no) leading them home. View the scorecard here...

The Saturday 2nd XI averages are now online! Click this link to be whisked away to a statistical heaven/nightmare (delete as appropriate depending on the season you've had).

25 August, 2010

Bumper Weekend of Cricket at Portland

John Baxter

Portland Red Triangle will be hosting a Bumper Weekend of Cricket starting on Friday 27th August at 5.30pm when the club's veteran's side The Pirates will entertain a Select Eleven in a Twenty20 match. 

The highlight of the Bank Holiday Weekend will take place on Monday starting at 1.30pm when a team of Portland Legends led by Gary Randell will play a Portland Red Triangle Select in a memorial game for the late John Baxter. Club President Brian Riley praised the club and all involved in staging the game "John was a great loss to the club. He was much admired both as a player and supporter of the club for a number of years. He was instrumental and a major driving force behind the construction of the club's present pavilion and is greatly missed by all at the club who had the honour of meeting him." 

The Legends will include such stalwarts as Ashley Doodge, Phil White and Melvyn Tremlin. All ex-players, supporters of the club and cricket fans are invited to attend. On the same day the Portland Cabin Boys and the Pirates will be travelling to Sixpenny Handley to take part in the annual sixes competition, with the Cabin Boys looking to retain the Trophy they won last year.

4 August, 2010

Bill GatesTriangle's Saturday 1st XI slumped to another defeat, this time at the hands of Cattistock. A fine stand by Chris Leak and Simon Barrett had eased the pain of the early loss of Dave Adkins, but Triangle went from a promising position at 130/2 to being bowled out for just 153. The visitors overcame a late blip to win by a comfortable 6 wickets.

Grant Neven's 2nd XI fared no better at Crewkerne, despite Bill Gates coming agonisingly close to a century, he was left on 99 not out at the close as Triangle scored 189/8. In reply Briggs & Sparrow shared a 102 run partnership for the 2nd wicket, but Michael Males returned to the attack to take 5/43 to give Portland hope, but it wasn't enough as the hosts eased to a 4 wicket win with nearly 8 overs to spare. View the scorecard here...
Dave Adkins
The Sunday 1st XI continued their winning run thanks to a 7 wicket haul from spinner Scott Males, with skipper Chris Leak picking up another half-century as they beat Bournemouth 2nds at Chapel Gate..

Callan Laws Stuart Sugg led his Sunday 2nds to their first win in a month with a convincing 88-run defeat of Old Bournemouthians. Dave Adkins scored an unbeaten 108 as Triangle notched up 232, though only after a massive mid-order collapse where 4 wickets went down in one over. Opening bowlers Michael Males and Jodie Locke could only watch in dismay as multiple catches were shelled off their bowling, until finally Grant Neven held onto one to stop the bleeding. Once the breakthrough was made, wickets tumbled and it was left to the spin twins Redfern (4/36) and Stewkesbury (3/16) to finish the job. Read the report here...

In the evening league The George Inn wrapped up their season with a win against Cosmos. Callan Laws was the star of the show with an unbeaten hundred as he single-handledly chased down the target of 145. Read the report here...

The George Inn's averages are online and available either via the menu above or by clicking this link...

28 July, 2010

Results Update

The Saturday 1st XI suffered a narrow defeat away to Martinstown, going down by 2 wickets. View the scorecard here...

The Sunday 1st XI fared much better, knocking league leaders Blandford Nomads off top spot in Division 4 with a 51 run win.  The Sunday 2nds lost their second game in a row with a 6 wicket loss away to Sturminster & Hinton, putting a dent in their promotion hopes.

In the evening league, Red Triangle and the George Inn went toe-to-toe - well they would have if either side had been able to muster a full XI - so due to a fixture clash with an Under 18's match, and other players absent due to holiday the game was reduced to a friendly. Dave Price's Triangle triumphed over Glyn Bartholomew's George Inn Select XI by 4 wickets. Read the report here...

As PRT's evening league side have now finished their fixtures, be prepared for a stat attack! All Triangle's evening league averages can be accessed via the menu above, or by clicking this link.  (The George's facts and figures will be available after they've completed their final game next week). Enjoy!

20 July, 2010

Results Update

Dave Price Dave Adkins 96noDave Price led his side to the Swift Signs Division 2 title with a 7-run win against Wessex Gasworks. Tom Cole (46) and Richard Johnson (39*) topped the scoring as Triangle set an imposing 131/6 from 16 overs. Opening bowlers Christian Brown (2/16) and Grant Neven (2/34) did the early damage, but Gareth Price remained a thorn in their side with an unbeaten 61. Skipper Dave Price was left to close out the win and confirm the championship and promotion for Triangle. Read the report here...

Matt Gomm's Saturday 1st's continued their good run of form with a solid 10-run win against 3rd placed Cerne Valley to move away from the threat of relegation and up to the heady heights of 6th position in Division 3. Chris Leake led the way with a fine knock of 89, unlucky to be given out lbw when on course for a century. Dave Adkins looked to have reached that milestone, but was left stranded on 96 not out at the close. Cerne were always in contention thanks to Kellaway's 101, but his dismissal left the visitors with too much to do. 

14 July, 2010

Results Update

George Munro appeals for lbw The Saturday 1st XI eased their relegation fears with a 52-run win against fellow strugglers Bridport.  Triangle recovered from 22-3 as Simon Barrett (62) with Scott Males (21) and Matt Gomm (33), hit another half century as they finished on 185. Jon Dixon starred with the ball, taking 5-30, as 7 Bridport wickets fell for just 19 runs as they collapsed spectacularly from a strong position of 114/3. Read the full report here...

Grant Neven's 2nds got their promotion push back on track following successive defeats with a home win against basement side Stalbridge 3rds. All bowlers took wickets with Dave Price (3/30) the pick of them taking the key scalps of Robertson (33) and Calcott (43) as the visitors were dismissed for 123. A composed knock of 38 not out by Olly Whisker, backed up by young Pete Laming's 21, and brief cameos by Callan Laws (16) and Price (16) secured the win for the loss of 4 wickets. View the scorecard here...

The Sunday 1st XI bounced back from their recent loss to Winton Sports with a 4 wicket win against Puddletown. Chris Leak was again leading the way with a fine half-century as Triangle stay in touch with the leaders in 4th place in Division 4.

Stuart Sugg's Sunday 2nds were missing their leader who was enjoying a trip to Legoland, so vice-captain Jodie Locke, himself back from a sojourn down under, took the reins away to Christchurch 2nds. Triangle were put into the field, but a flurry of early wickets saw the hosts struggling at 104/7, but they were unable to dislodge Alexander whose knock of 69 swung the game in their favour. Despite being up with the run rate, Triangle steadily lost wickets and only a valiant stand at the end by Richard Johnson (28) and Jodie Locke (21) gave some hope before their dismissals saw Portland finish 40 runs adrift. View the scorecard here...

10 June, 2010

Results Update

Simon Proffit celebrates catchMatt Gomm's Saturday 1st XI have finally won and hauled themselves off the bottom of Division 3 in the process. Following a torrid May, the 1sts triumphed in the battle of the teams with a 100% losing record in the division, overcoming Suttoners 2nds by 7 wickets.

Simon Proffitt, aka Little Mr Cricket, aka Mr Modest, took a catch and his restrained celebration was snapped by the Echo (see left, click image for bigger picture). Read the report here...

The Saturday 2nds maintained their own 100% record with a second league victory of the season away to Martinstown. Bill Gates, called up as a late replacement, starred with the ball to take 6 wickets as Triangle won by 74 runs.

The Sunday 1st XI continued their good form winning a close game at Pokesdown Willows by 1 wicket. After dismissing their hosts for 154, Triangle then took it to the wire, with the last pairing hanging on to snatch the win.

4 June, 2010

Results Update

Chris Leak No Saturday games last weekend due to the late spring rains, but on Sunday both teams notched up victories.

The 1st XI claimed a crushing 9-wicket win against Bournemouth 2nds, bowling the visitors out for just 100 and then only losing the wicket of Christian Brown in reply, as skipper Chris Leak added another half century to his collection.Marc Nott

Stuart Sugg's 2nd XI enjoyed their third win of the month which sees them head the Division 6 table. Triangle toppled league leaders Old Bournemouthians by 44 runs, thanks to useful knocks by Bill Trevett (37), Grant Neven (29), Tom Cole (27), Sugg (25) and a mammoth innings of 24 from 36 overs by opener Marc Nott as they finished on 199. A stunning diving catch by the skipper set the tone for the innings and Bournemouthians were eventually dismissed for 155. Read the report here...

Portland Sixes 2010 Winners, Underhill Royals In the evening league, Triangle crashed out of the Echo Cup at the 1st round stage following a loss against the in-form Portland Arms at the YOI jungle. Chasing 103, Triangle struggled to hit over the rough and finished 20 runs adrift at the close, Simon Proffitt top-scoring with 25. Read the report here...

Portland Sixes

Congratulations to the Underhill Royals who won the inaugural Portland Sixes competition, held on the Bank Holiday Monday. Royals' skipper Jodie Locke led his side to victory against Sixpenny Handley in the final of the six team tournament.

24 May, 2010

Half-Term Cricket Camp

After the success of their Easter Cricket Camp Portland Red Triangle Cricket Club will be holding a Half-term Cricket Camp on Wednesday 2nd June from 10 am to 3pm. The cost will be 5 per person and the event is open to all aged 8 to 16.

Club Secretary Grant Neven is pleased that the club continues to provide coaching over the school holidays and added, "The success of the Easter camp was due to the hard work and enthusiasm of the club's coaching staff. Once again we have a full day planned for all who attend, we will be running training drills, small competitions and putting the youngsters through a full range of exercises to help them improve in all aspects of the game."

For more details contact Grant on 07887943621.

Girl's Cricket

Portland Red Triangle continue to run its girls only training sessions on Monday evenings between 4.30pm and 6pm. All girls are welcome regardless of any previous experience and will be given first class coaching from the club's fully qualified coaching staff. Girl's/Women's Head Coach Grant Neven is hoping that the club will continue to build its girls/ladies section with a view to forming a side to compete in 2011. He added, "There is a real uptake of interest in girl's/women's cricket and our club offer all the chance to take up the game, learn new skills and become part of club committed to providing the best coaching and playing opportunities to all."

21 May, 2010

Results Update

Simon Proffitt Matt Gomm's Saturday 1sts are still searching for their first win of the season, this time going down by 56 runs away to Cerne Valley. Simon Proffitt (5/63) gave the islanders some hope, but once again their batting let them down, as despite getting starts no batsman passed 30, with Chris Leak top-scoring with 29. Read the report here...

Gary Randell Chris Leak's Sunday 1sts recorded their first win with a convincing 144 run victory over Dewlish. Gary Randell (62) topped the scoring, though Simon Proffitt was unlucky to be left unbeaten on 49 at the end of the innings as Triangle ended on 246-7. Early wickets from Chris Leak (1/19) and Matty Randell (2/29) put Triangle in control, and when Gary removed the dangerous Steve Hiller, the result never looked in doubt. Dewlish were bowled out for 132 with the returning Sami Rathnayake picking up the final 2 wickets. Read the report here...

Stuart Sugg Stuart Sugg's Sunday 2nds maintained their 100% record with a 99-run win over Broadstone 2nds at The Delph. Asked to bat first, Triangle were soon racking up the runs, thanks to some wayward bowling. After Marc Nott departed, sharing an opening stand of 48 with Dave Males, Scott then shared in a 100-run partnership with only 56 coming off the bat. Sugg and Bill Trevett's assault at the end of the innings saw them both reach their fifty in the final over and Triangle finished on 277-4. Richard Johnson's early wickets saw Broadstone slump to 3/2, but Pete Russell led the fightback. His dismissal soon after reaching fifty saw Broadstone collapse, before a mini-revival by Simmons (53) saw the hosts eventually all out for 178. Read the report here...

Olly Whisker In the evening league Dave Price led PRT to their third win with a dominant bowling performance against Marquis of Granby. Olly Whisker (4/3) was the star with the ball, which included a hattrick as Marquis were reduced to 43 all out. Whisker (3*) and Proffitt (23*) made short work of the run chase, as Triangle cruised to the win in the 5th over. Read the report here...

Matty Randell The George Inn fell to a 9 wicket loss to Cosmos at Redlands. Batting first the George lost wickets steadily with only Matty Randell (15), Richard Stewkesbury (14) and Lenny Hansford (10) reaching double figures. In reply Cosmos only lost the wicket of Brian Keane (20) bowled by Callan Laws as they reached the target with over 5 overs to spare. Read the report here...

12 May, 2010

Results Update

Jon Dixon The Saturday 1st XI continued their losing start to the season with a 4 wicket defeat at home to Bridport. Skipper Matt Gomm (20) and Jon Dixon (40) added 61 to lead the Triangle recovery after slumping to 61/4 The final total of 154 was not enough as Bridport reached it with nearly 10 overs to spare, despite a frugal 12 over spell from Dixon (2/20) and wickets from Simon Proffitt (3/43). Matt Gomm was not happy with the performance, "A few came out with a bit of credit but there were also a few that didn’t really perform. We’ve kept everything in-house but they know I’m not overly impressed." Read the report here...

Chris Leak's Sunday 1st XI kicked off their Division 4 campaign with defeat away to Puddletown. After being bowled out for just 122 on Puddletown's new artificial strip, they then saw their hosts reach the target for the loss of 2 wickets.

At Reforne, new Sunday 2nd XI captain Stuart Sugg recorded a maiden victory, and with some style as Triangle notched up an impressive 324/3 against Christchurch, as Dave Males (104*) and Dave Adkins (114) both recorded fabulous centuries. The visitors provided some resistance before they were eventually dismissed for 124.

Christian Brown In the Evening League, Dave Price's Triangle made it 2 wins from 2 with a 5 wicket win against the Portland Arms. Christian Brown proved the star with the ball as he picked up 4 wickets for 13 as the Arms collapsed to 54 all out. Openers Proffitt and Whisker both top-scored with 13 as Triangle made hard work of the run chase, eventually easing over the finish line thanks to Martin Weller scoring a rapid 8 from 2 balls. Read the report here...

7 May, 2010

Results Update

Scott Males The Saturday 1st XI's campaign got off to a poor start, losing by 5 wickets away to Pavilion Sports at Spetisbury, more info when we get it.

Meanwhile, back on home soil Grant Neven lead his troops to an opening day victory over Gillingham. Scott Males starred with the ball picking up 5-30 and later with the bat, adding a useful 16. Ken Dodson top-scored for Triangle with 36 and Sam Polley (22*) guided the 2nds home. Read the report here...

Bill Gates Both Sunday games were washed out, but Triangle were back in action in the evening league. Now in Division 2, Dave Price's men are looking to bounce straight back up to the big time and got off to the perfect start with victory over Cosmos. Olly Whisker (27*) kept his head as all around them were losing theirs and carried his bat as Triangle chased down 68 to win. Earlier Bill Gates was the pick of the bowling with 3-13, as all bowlers picked up wickets. Read the report here...

The George Inn also opened their evening league campaign with a win against 2009 Division 2 runners-up Wessex Gasworks. Young Chris Theakstone picked up the man of the match honours for a composed 20 not out and some tidy work with the gloves as the George chased down a target of 101 at Redlands. Read the report here...

29th April, 2010

Beer Festival

Club Chairman Glyn Bartholomew wishes to thank all who helped in any way before, during or after this weekend's beer festival in making it the success it was.
Matt Gomm

We’ll be competitive – Gomm

Saturday 1st XI skipper Matt Gomm has been speaking to the Dorset Echo on his hopes and fears for the new season, read all about it here...

Friendly Update

Triangle were in action on two fronts last Saturday. Dave Adkins took temporary charge of a 1st XI side as they notched up a victory against Broadstone. Despite only managing 98 after electing to bat, Triangle's bowlers rose to the challenge dismissing the visitors for 61, with Simon Proffitt picking up a 5-wicket haul.

At Abbotsbury, Grant Neven led his side to a morale-boosting win, and also welcomed back Jon Dixon from retirement, who was back with a bang smashing a characteristic 40 including some big sixes. Stumpy has provided a report without the safety net of a spellchecker, read his missive here...

26th April, 2010

Following another successful St George's Day Beer Festival, we now need to dismantle the marquee. Anyone able to give a hand please report to the George Inn on Wednesday evening from 5.30pm onwards.

6th April, 2010

Easter Cricket Camps

After a successful winters indoor training Portland Red Triangle's Youth Section will begin outdoor training with an Easter Cricket Camp on Wednesday 14th April starting at 10am and running to 3pm.

The camp will include skills tests in all aspects of the game, a session on the laws of the game and plenty of games and contests.

Head Coach Gary Randell is looking forwards to the day and added "The clubs coaching staff, along with all the juniors members have shown 100% commitment over the winter and the standard of cricket being played has risen to another level. I feel sure that this camp, and the planned camps for the summer holidays, will give all the juniors an ideal opportunity to make further progress in both their skills and understanding of the game."

The Easter camp will cost 5 for the day and are open to both members and non-members. To book your place contact Club Secretary Grant Neven on 07887943621 or 01305 750 490.

The club's regular Wednesday evening youth sessions will start on 21st April running from 6pm to 8pm. These sessions are open to all, cost 2 per session and will run throughout the summer.

Marathon Man

Triangle's Matt Kelly, who mostly plays for the George Inn, is running the London Marathon on 25th April for the Weldmar Hospice and is looking for sponsorship. To sponsor him go to

15th March, 2010

Press Releases!


Portland Red Triangle Cricket Club for the sixth year are preparing to take part in NatWest CricketForce on 27th March 2010, an England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) initiative aimed at rejuvenating local cricket clubs and giving volunteers an opportunity to get involved.


From the last recorded Portland Trot Portland Trot Returns

After a few years absence The Portland Trot will return on Monday 5th April.

Originally a run round the top of the Island to raise funds for Portland Red Triangle, the event has developed and will involve teams of 3 following a route that will take in the following pubs and clubs who have agreed to support the event.

Starting at The George Inn the participants will visit the Royal Exchange, The Eight Kings, The Corner House, The Punchbowl, The New Inn, The Blues Club and The Clifton before returning to the George Inn. There will be a Mystery Question to answer in all and the winners will be decided on the time to complete the course and the total of correct answers.

Teams of 3 are invited to enter at a cost of 3 per team and entered teams are to meet at the George Inn at 1pm on the day. For more details contact Club Social Secretary Richard Samuel 01305-820683

28th February, 2010

Asda Bagpack Update:

One of our juniors, Luke Lovett, was unable to attend the ASDA bag pack, but this did not deter him from helping the club. He held his very own sponsored silence and raised 6 for the club with the help of his Mum and Dad. Well done Luke and a big thank you from all at the club.

24th February, 2010

Asda Bagpack Event

Special thanks to the following members of the youth section who made such a great effort packing bags: Tyler Penny, Chris Theakstone, Christian Brown, Luke Strong, Matthew Reidy, Lukin Wilson, Rhys Hudgell and Matthew Brown. These fine young men were a credit to the club and worked away all afternoon to great effect not just packing bags, but handing on information about the club and their own enjoyment of cricket -- well done all.

The club would further like to thank Mrs.S, Mrs Strong, Mrs Hudgell, Oliver Whisker, Richard Samuel, Tim Armitage and finally Stumpy for all their efforts on the day. This fine band of dedicated members and supporters raised the grand total of 247.73 towards club funds.
It is hoped that another bag packing event can be organised for later in the year and it is hoped that we can get more support from all members for future fund raising efforts.

Cricket Force 2010

Cricket Force 2010

The club will be undertaking various tasks on Saturday 27th March and all club members are urged to attend.
The Youth Section will once again be washing cars and any member who has unwanted paint could they please donate it to the club.

Pirates Fixtures

Ahoy me hearties, prepare to shiver your timbers as this season's pirates fixtures are now online, follow this link to reveal all...

11th February, 2010

ASDA Bag Pack

As part of the Club's ongoing fund raising campaign, the Youth Section will be helping to pack customers bags at Asda Weymouth on Friday 19th February between 12.30 and 4 pm. The children will need help and support from mums, dads, grandparents and club members at all times, so please make an effort to support this event.

Further information from Stumpy 07887943621


The dates for this year's St Georges Beer Festival have been set for Friday 23rd, Saturday 24th and Sunday 25th April, so book these dates off in your diaries and come along and support the event. If you know of any business or individual who may wish to sponsor a barrel please contact Club Chair Glyn Bartholomew. More details to follow.

Matchball Sponsorship

Once again the club are grateful to our friends at Hull, Gregson & Hull who have agreed to sponsor matchballs for the coming season. Club Secretary Grant Neven, on behalf of the club, thanks them for their continued sponsorship and support.


In a joint venture between Portland Red Triangle, Weymouth C.C. and the Osprey Leisure Centre, Free Coaching is offered to all girls between 8-16. The sessions will begin on Monday 22nd February and run for 9 weeks every Monday between 4-5pm. This is a fantastic chance for girls who have played the game before or those wishing to take up the game to receive 1st class coaching from fully qualified E.C.B Coaches at no cost.

Portland Secretary Grant Neven is full of enthusiasm and, "Hopes that the joint venture could lead to the formation of a girls team to represent the area in competitive games and who knows maybe find future county and England players." He added, "In the past both ourselves and Weymouth have held girls only coaching sessions but never attracted sufficient numbers to form a team, by combining our resources and holding regular sessions both clubs hope that finally girls and ladies cricket will take off in the area."

Sean Fitzgerald of Weymouth added, "For too long girls and ladies cricket in the area has taken a back seat at most clubs, by our two clubs working together I hope that we will attract good numbers to the sessions and hopefully continue to provide joint sessions throughout the summer and beyond."

9th February, 2010

Grant Neven Jodie Locke 

Pre-Season Team News

Due to personal reasons Pete Tombs has stepped down as both Saturday 2nd XI captain and Club Captain. Grant Neven has taken on the Saturday 2nd's captaincy for this season, with club stalwart Jodie Locke agreeing to fulfil the role of Club Captain.

Membership 2010

This season's membership rates are online, along with this year's form to download, print and fill in. All membership monies must be accompanied by a completed form. Click here for info...

26th January, 2010

Youth Fixtures

2010's youth fixtures are now online, either click the links below or access via the menu

U11 Fixtures
U13 Fixtures
U15 Fixtures

18th January, 2010

Congratulations to the following members of our junior section who have been selected for 2010 West Dorset Squads: Luke Strong, Jack Terry, Lukin Wilson, Tom Dalkins, Tyler Penny, Harry Munson, Chris Theakstone and Matt Randell. All these players are a credit to the club and all have worked hard at all their training sessions over the last year and fully deserve their selection. The coaching staff must also take a little credit for all their hard work and commitment. Well done all.

Indoor League Match Report

Glyn Bartholomew was our man on the spot as the U12's won by 69 runs against Weymouth, read the report here...

Grant Neven

12th January, 2010

Neville's Notes returns!

The man who kick-started the whole blogging culture way back when this website was in its infancy returns to ruminate on the festive season, along with a plea for help over the close season, enjoy...

3rd January, 2010

Season's greetings and a happy new year to all Red Triangle club members and supporters

Update from the Secretary...

Portland Red Triangle continue their preparations for the 2010 campaign when nets/training resume after the Festive Season.

The Juniors will start on Thursday 7th January with the first session of 2010 taking place at The Osprey Leisure Centre between 6-8 pm. This session will be followed the continuation of the Tuesday night sessions on 12th January at All Saints School between 6-8pm. Both sessions will run every week until the Easter Holidays.

Portland's Seniors will be back in training from Sunday 10th January between 11am-1pm at the Osprey Leisure Centre, all sessions are open to all and cost 2 per session.

Club Secretary Grant Neven is looking forward to the 2010 campaign and added: "A lot of hard work has already been put in, in preparation for the coming season. Both the club's seniors and juniors have been training hard and all at the club are committed to making the coming season a successful one."

Anyone thinking of taking up cricket, returning to the game or new to the area and wishing to attend a training session or joining the club should contact club secretary Grant Neven on 07887943621.

2010 Weekend Fixtures

The countdown to next season has already started with the release of the fixture lists:

Saturday 1st XI
Saturday 2nd XI
Sunday 1st XI
Sunday 2nd XI

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