Somerset Disabled Cricket Club: Season review
It was another impressive season for Somerset Disabled Cricket Club.
Who better to take us through the 2019 campaign than Club Captain Nick Dean?
“Looking back at the 2019 season we can confidently call it a very successful one for our club.
“Our main aim for the First XI was to win our group and reach the semi-final. We went through the group stage unbeaten and went through to the national semi-final where we performed well but ultimately came up short against a very good Derbyshire side.
“Another main aim was to develop the Dragons side. We are extremely proud to say we have reached a five-year high in dragons team members with some pushing for spots in the first team. The Dragons side also played in two matches this year, winning one and losing one. All in all representing a very successful year for the team, contributing greatly to the Club.
“We rounded off a great year with another fantastic Dan’s day, celebrating our wonderful former coach and the legacy he has left behind. A day in which the team bond and the ‘family’ club mentality was evident for all to see.
“We have built a great platform to build from moving into the 2020 season, where we look to improve again but also enjoy every second.”Back to News