Barrow Gather To Commemorate A Dear Friend

On Friday, Barrow Gurney Cricket Club gathered formally to treasure the memory, and celebrate the contribution to the club, of Rod Reeves who passed away last year. At the time many wonderful tributes were paid by players and friends and were featured on this website, but we longed for the day when there would be

Cometh The Hour, Comley The Man!

Barrow Gurney newcomer, Will Comley set up Barrow’s 2nd XI’s tense finish with Pucklechurch 2s this week at Hobbs Lane whilst the First XI had a day off as self-isolation hit their league opponents. Pucklechurch batted first and put together a creditable 183-6 in the face of some accurate bowling. Mike Lilley was particularly miserly

Rain Thwarts Barrow’s Weekend

The weather badly effected Barrow Gurney’s weekend of cricket, causing 2 games to be abandoned before a conclusion could be reached and causing the First XI game to be shortened to the advantage of Barrow’s opponents. At Hobbs Lane, Barrow Firsts put together a solid batting performance against Chilcompton First XI, making 243 for 7

Cup Win Inspires Saturday Success

Barrow Gurney’s up and down season, took a big step forward this week with success in the Bateman Cup Quarter Finals and both Saturday teams winning albeit after another nail-biting encounter at Hobbs Lane. On Wednesday, Barrow faced Alveston in the Cup and, batting first, put on an impressive 200-3. Opener Mark Brown batted throughout

Barrow Enjoy Delayed Golf Outing

Barrow Gurney’s spring golf day which was delayed due to the Covid lockdown finally took place last week at Thornbury Golf Club. 16 Barrow players past and present gathered for 18 holes on the Par 3 course followed by an after lunch 18 holes on the full course. Sam Turner took the honours on the