Cricket is the major sport for boys in the Summer term. Hurst has a strong cricket history and has had success at all age levels. Fixtures take place every Saturday and also mid-week. We have a very competitive fixture list and play teams across the south east of England.
Master in Charge: Nick Creed (Level 3 ECB Coach) - email@example.com
Cricket Performance Manager: Jimmy Anyon (Level 3 ECB Coach) - firstname.lastname@example.org
Phil Hudson (Level 4 ECB Coach) and Mark Nash (Level 4 ECB Coach)
All teams are coached by one of our ECB qualified coaches. Three are qualified to level 2, four to level 3 and two at level 4.
We run the following teams: four Seniors (A-D), three U15 (A-C), three U14 (A-C).
Fixtures and tournaments
Fixtures take place every Saturday and also mid-week. We also compete in block fixtures against Whitgift, RGS Guildford and Eastbourne College, amongst others.
Our 1st XI participate in the National Schools' T20 tournament and the Langdale Trophy, which is the Sussex Schools T20 competition.
Our U15A team compete in the Blackshaw Bowl Sussex Schools T20 competition and the County Cup.
Our U14A team compete in both the Holdsworth T20 Cup and the Sussex Lord's Taverners competition.
Tours and pre-season
Tours are run on a cycle with the other major sports and include national and overseas destinations. Previous tours include: Cape Town 2018 and 2014, Dubai 2009, Malta 2007, India 2002.
The winter training program, run by Performance Manager Jimmy Anyon, starts from September and includes both squad training and one-to-one coaching. We also run a pre-season program of fixtures in the weeks leading into the Summer term.
1st XI National Schools T20
South-East Regional Final 2017, 2014
1st XI Langdale Trophy, Sussex T20
Winners 2016, 2015, 2013
Finalists 2017, 2012, 2010
1st XI Woodard Schools Cricket Festival
Winners 2015, 2014, 2012, 2011, 2009
U15A Blackshaw Bowl, Sussex T20
Winners 2018, 2014
Finalists 2013, 2012
ESCA National quarter-finalists/Sussex winners 2018
U14A Lord's Taverners, Sussex T20
Winners 2018, 2013, 2011
Roll of honour
George Garton: Sussex CCC & England Lions
Tim Moses: Sussex CCC
Tom Haines: Sussex CCC
Will Collard: Sussex CCC Academy
Jack Carson: Sussex CCC Academy
Freddie Longley: London and South East U15
Jonty Jenner: Jersey and Sussex CCC Academy
Daniel Doram: Holland and Sussex CCC Academy
Jack Parsons: England U19
Leo Cammish: Leicestershire CCC
James Wilkes-Green: Guernsey U19 & Durham MCCU
Bradley Gayler: Loughborough MCCU
Jamie Thompson: Oxford MCCU
Ross Whyte: Sussex CCC Fast Bowling Development Group
Joe Ludlow: Warwickshire U19 and Bedfordshire CCC
Joseph Gilligan: Sussex U17