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22.7 - Following his serious fall Martin has awoken and taken his first steps

25.7 - He has been moved to an assessment unit but at the moment he remembers very little. His brother has been to see him but he had no memory of the visit.

28.7 - Martin is suffering from post trauma amnesia and refusing food and medication. The hospital is, of course, familiar with this kind of case. He is at St.George's, Tooting, Atkinson Morley Wing, Kent Ward and visiting is from 3-8 pm. I will try to get to see him over the next few days if Jill thinks it wise.

31.7 - I spent ninety minutes with Martin yesterday at the hospital and he was in a deep sleep for most of the time. I doubt that he knew I was there. Apparently this is not unusual with this type of injury.

2.8 - Roger Beale visited Martin and found him in a bright mood and able to string events together. He knew that the Six Bells were playing at Newdigate on Wednesday and wanted to know who was running the bar.

5.8 - Late Wednesday evening Jill had a meeting with the neurological specialists. They expect him to be in hospital for a further seven to eight weeks. He is brighter and has been persuaded to eat. his has been the best week so far.

7.8 - Martin ate his first full meal and Jill says that he was bright in himself.

10.8 - Still positive news

18.8 - Things have moved really quickly and Martin is now home. I have seen him and he looks and sounds like his old self. He has to take his medication and is subject to a home care scheme. He realises that there is still a way to go and that rest and quiet is the order of the day.



...... to the Newdigate Cricket Club web site.

We are a thriving cricket club, playing on a picturesque ground, situated on the Surrey/Sussex border, equidistant from Dorking, Reigate and Horsham. The Brocus Community Centre building is now finished so we have a fabulous headquarters for 2016.

Last year saw our 1st XI win the second division of the Fuller's Brewery Surrey County League and our under 9s and 13s won their respective divisions in the East Surrey Colts League.

We offer a friendly environment for cricketers of all ages and abilities. In 2016 on Saturdays we will be running two sides in the Fuller's Brewery Surrey County League and a 3rd XI in conjunction with Ockley CC in the Surrey Downs League. We also run a Sunday side which plays traditional friendly matches and our midweek team plays twenty overs friendlies. Our juniors (5-15 years of age) meet on Mondays at 6.00pm for coaching and play matches in the East Surrey Colts League. Y4, 5 & 6 girls meet on Tuesdays at 6.00 pm and play in the newly formed 'Smash-It' league.

We believe in running a club which is open and equable to everyone and have been awarded the ECB Clubmark FOCUS Accreditation in recognition of this achievement.


If you think that this is your kind of club then please contact us

Andrew Major / Roger Bailey
President / Chairman
Newdigate Cricket Club


We are still fund raising

Why not preserve your name or that of a loved one by buying an engraved brick which will be on permanent display in the pavilion.

To donate or buy a brick then go to:





Welcome to the Newdigate Cricket Club On-Line Shop. In association with CF Sports we are now able to offer a full range of cricket equipment and branded clothing at competitive prices.

To open an account go to:

Charlie French Sports and tell them that you are from Newdigate CC

To simply look at CF Sports products (you will not be able to view Newdigate branded wear) go to


If you wish to add anything to this website please contact either John Callcut at





See latest news for pictures and details


Unfortunately they could not obtain the necessary visa so the tour has been cancelled.


For up to the minute results go to ECB Play Cricket site opposite.


Well done girls! Our girls swam 62 laps (124 lengths) in 55 minutes at the Swimarathon at Dorking. They are raising money for the new building. See latest news for more information.


The August draw has been held and the lucky winners are:

Jinny Osborne - £76.00, Andrew Major- £38.00, James Penfold - £23.00 and Simon Capel - £19.00.

Want a chance to win a cash prize and raise money for the club? Then join the Centurion Club. Contact Bill Turner on 01737 240329 or


Are you buying anything on line?

Then register with and follow the simple instructions. For every purchase a percentage will go to the pavilion appeal without costing you a penny. Many major retailers such as Amazon, John Lewis, M & S, Argos, Domino's Pizza etc. are in the scheme so join up and support your club

ECB Clubmark & Focus Club Accreditation.

We originally gained our accreditaion in 2007. Following a detailed inspection on the 17th May 2010 the club passed with flying colours and our accreditation was approved for a further three years. Our paperwork was approved by the ECB in February 2013 and we had an inspection on the 8th July 2013. There are a number of changes being made to Clubmark and as a result we will not be reassessed in 2016. We will just have to do a 'self help' audit.

Strokes, blood clots etc.

This is for everyone. If somebody stumbles unaccountably they may have had a stroke. Ask them to smile, to say a simple sentence or raise both arms. Also ask them to stick out their tongue and check if it is crooked. If they cannot do any of these simple things call the emergency service as they may have had a stroke. Time is of the essence you might just save a life!

Our under 13 coach, Paul Griffiths, has his own website. See