Hellingly Cricket Club is a cricket club based in Hellingly, East Sussex, England. The club was formed in 1758, and 2008 marked the 250th anniversary.
... only playing in Division 3 of the Sussex League, you could be mistaken for thinking the club was playing in the County Championship, with every Saturday and Sunday first ... This allows the club to post videos, photos and detailed match reports from the games to websites and various local newspapers. 2010 saw the club post over 200 reports of every single game played in the season to four Newspapers, as well as the introduction of a monthly newsletter ...
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