Cricket

The Hampshire Police Cricket team secretary is Sergeant Ally Hibberd. This year's captain is PC Andy Wakely and his vice captain is PC Alex Cudworth.

There is a good squad of players, and competition for places as we play in the National Police Sport UK knock out tournament. The team recently travelled to Newcastle to play Durham and Northumbria. Our next game is against Norfolk and Suffolk at home. We are always looking for new talent as we look to progress in the National knock out.

The team have new shirts this season with financial assistance from the sports and social and our sponsor, collision aftercare.

The section also run the inter area knock out cup which competes for the Major Warde trophy. This trophy was donated to the Force in the 1920's and most years since that date we have a competition in some structure or another.

If you are interested in taking part please contact Sgt Ally Hibberd for further information. alistair.hibberd@hampshire.pnn.police.uk

Social Cricket

The Western Sports and Social Cricket team start their new season on the 10th of May at Royal Victoria Country Park, Netley. The team play in a friendly evening league that has players of all ages and standards who are keen to stay fit, play cricket and have a few laughs through the summer. Games last for a couple of hours and are all played in good spirit. 

For the first time this season, the team is being opened out to both male and female players to broaden the pool of players and include all those who are keen to start or re-start playing cricket. No kit other than a pair of trainers are required as the Club can provide all the required kit. The only eligibility criteria is being a member of HPLS or an associate member – all ranks, officers or staff, young or old can come along and play. 

If you are interested in playing or finding out more information please email DS 3706 Simon Clifford who organises the team. simon.clifford@hampshire.pnn.police.uk


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