All Change at The Fram

Frampton Cotterell Cricket Club can look forward to an exciting 2014 season after all three of its senior sides earned promotion last year. The first XI returns to division two after a couple of seasons in division three, but they will be without captain and all-rounder Jimmy Dickinson.

Frampton Cotterell Cricket Club can look forward to an exciting 2014 season after all three of its senior sides earned promotion last year. The first XI returns to division two after a couple of seasons in division three, but they will be without captain and all-rounder Jimmy Dickinson.
With shoulder surgery imminent, Dickinson has handed over the reins to last season’s vice-captain Gary Winsor (pictured) who is certainly up for the challenge: “After promotion we are looking to build on what was an excellent 2013 season. Jimmy was the leading wicket taker last year and losing him to injury is a huge blow but I am confident we have the players to ensure we step up to make us competitive in division 2. I hope the performances and the weather from last year is seen again this summer at The Fram”
Club secretary Phil Cordy is convinced the club is in good hands: “Gary is a tremendous player with an astute cricket brain. The club is right behind him and we are sure that under his leadership we can go from strength to strength.”
Fram’s season kicks off with a friendly away to neighbours Coalpit Heath on Saturday April 19th. If you are interested in joining The Fram, please contact fcccsecretary@hotmail.co.uk for further information.