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The South Wilts Cricket Club is an English amateur cricket club based in the cathedral city of Salisbury, Wiltshire.

South Wilts Cricket Club
LeagueSouthern Cricket League (5th/10)
Personnel
CaptainThomas Morton
Team information
Home groundSalisbury and South Wiltshire Sports Club
Official website:www.southwiltscc.com

South Wilts is one of Wiltshire's leading cricket clubs, having won the Southern Premier Cricket League for the last four seasons along with a hat-trick of T20 victories. On Saturdays it runs four senior men's teams along with numerous junior boys', women's and girls' sides on other days of the week.

Home matches are played at the Salisbury and South Wiltshire Sports Club ground, which is in the Bemerton area of Salisbury. The ground currently hosts Wiltshire CCC matches and is also used for county representative fixtures and ECB Finals Days.

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AboutEdit

South Wilts is one of Wiltshire's leading cricket clubs having won the coveted Southern Premier league for the last four seasons, along with a hat trick of Twenty20 victories. On Saturdays, the club runs four senior men's teams along with numerous junior boys, women's and girls sides across the other days of the week. Whilst enjoying success on field, over the past five years it has also focused on a number of significant facility improvement programmes all of which have been delivered and are providing the catalyst for yet further sustainability and success in years to come.

HonoursEdit

MenEdit

  • Southern Cricket League (1969–1999)
    • Champions – 1990
  • Southern Premier Cricket League (2000–)
    • Champions – 2004, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015
    • Runners-Up – 2005, 2008, 2009
  • Southern Cricket League T20 (1977–)
    • Champions – 1991, 2002, 2006, 2013, 2014, 2015
    • Runners-Up – 1978

TeamsEdit

PlayersEdit

First XI Players in 2018Edit

  • Matthew Burton^
  • Tom Cowley^
  • Joe Cranch^
  • Ben Draper^
  • Luke Evans
  • Robert Franklin^
  • Akram Ghauri
  • Arthur Godsal
  • James Hayward^
  • James Hibberd^
  • Thomas Morton^
  • Ryan Murray
  • Jack Mynott
  • Owain Phillips^
  • William Wade
  • Jack Stearman
  • Stephen Warner^
  • Joe Weld

^ denotes a player who has received the 100 cap

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