Holderness Volleyball Club is based in a sports hall in Preston, HU12. We train on Sundays from 4-7pm, unless we are competing. Our club has members from age 15-68! We continually welcome new members, no experience necessary.
In this article following an interview with Malc Ripley earlier this year (reproduced from the June issue of our newspaper, the Herald – which will be back later this year by the way), we find out a little bit more about our enthusiastic cricket correspondent.
THIS PHOTOGRAPH has been sent in by Malc Ripley and is of the Hedon Sports Committee that was meeting in the early 1960’s. If you are able to help Malc with his reminiscences about this photo, leave a blog comment…
HARRY ROBINSON at 15-years-old has just become the Amateur AquaX jet ski class National Champion after winning all four of his races in Bournemouth this weekend! This follows legs in Scarborough, Gosport, Hull and Cardiff. Harry, the new champion lives on Leaf Sail Farm and is a student at […]
Graham Stuart MP – here boxing at Eastside – will open the Gala on Saturday 18th July 2015…
Eastside community sports trust are looking for local sports teams, community groups, charities and businesses to take part and have fun while raising funds for themselves and others…
HEDON is home to its own cricket club with over 130 years of history in the town. The South Holderness Cricket Club (SHCC) held its Annual General Meeting recently at its Middle Lane Pavilion and elected its officers for the coming year.
If you belong to a Hedon sports club or group that is currently not sending reports and pictures into the Gazette – then why not!? Whatever your sport, the Gazette wants your match reports and club news!
THE FINAL MATCH in South Holderness Cricket Club An Xl’s rain bedraggled summer, resulted in their Middle Lane game against Cherry Burton lasting a mere 11.1 overs, before heavy rain put paid to their season, with the visitors on 34 for 1 wicket, with Jack Law finishing with […]
MALC RIPLEY continues his exciting commentary on the fortunes – or rather current misfortunes – of the South Holderness Cricket Club teams. One of the worst playing seasons remembered in the Club’s old history continues, with only four recorded victories to date shared by the two senior teams. […]
OUR CRICKET PUNDIT Malc Ripley has sent his latest slice of the action from South Holderness Cricket Club: The downward trend of the South Holderness Club continues with the An Xl having to concede their away fixture at Skidby, with only seven players available, whilst at Middle Lane […]
LOCAL CRICKET: The South Holderness An Xl travelled to Newport and improved their performances to register their second win (writes Malc Ripley), which lifts them up to third from the bottom of the Y&DSCL Eastern Conference Div 1, 29 points to the good of base side Skidby. With […]