Beer and rounders 2021
Beer & Rounders 2021 Sunday August 15th
We are getting ever closer to the return of Selsey Cricket & Social Clubs famous Beer Rounders and Family day, which will be on the Recreation Ground, on Sunday August 15th 2021.
We hope that people will share this event, to get as many people in our community to take part as teams or spectators.
It promises to be a fantastic day out for all the family, with lots of things to see and do, so come along and enjoy the fun.
Ground open from 10:30 matches start at 11:00 am.
There is Pay Bar in the Club House open all day until late, open to the public, offering cheap alcoholic and non alcoholic drinks, subject to any Covid regulations at the time.
As in previous years, we are looking for people and organisations, who would like to put stalls or attractions on the field, we already have a few, but have spaces for more.
If you are interested, please contact us on email@example.com
So come along wether you are local, or visiting Selsey, everyone is welcome, and have a fantastic day out.
Further information about entering teams in this years event, can be had by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org or phoning the President John Reeve on 01243 604924
Every team will get a minimum of two games. Make up a team (7 persons) book a team or Turn up on the day, or just come along to watch and enjoy the day.
Selsey Cricket Club is located at The Sir Patrick Moore Pavilion, Recreation Ground, High Street, Selsey, PO20 9BB, car parkIng in the new Co-Op behind the fire station, or at Selsey Medical Centre.“
The game of rounders dates back as far as 1744 where people literally started to hit a ball with a stick. Since then the game has evolved somewhat of which you can read more of in this article. For those of you familiar with Baseball then you will likely pick up the rules of rounders pretty comfortably and notice many similarities.
Object of the Game
The object of the game is to hit a ball (roughly the size of a tennis, but much harder) with a bat. Once the ball is hit you then need to run around 4 bases to score a run. The team with the most runs at the end of the game is deemed the winner.
Selsey Cricket Club is located at The Sir Patrick Moore Pavilion, Recreation Ground, High Street, Selsey, PO20 9BB, car parkIng in the new Co-Op behind the fire station, or at Selsey Medical Centre.
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