Stormers

Barnes Stormers were established in 2013, part of the @BCCPheasant franchise.

High quality U19 and U21 cricket, bant even higher.

Winners 2016 Middlesex Development League (MDL) U/21 Shield.

Winners 2019 Middlesex Development League (MDL) U/21 Shield.

The Origins of Barnstormers

Barnstorming was a popular form of entertainment in the US in the 1920's, in which stunt pilots would perform tricks with airplanes, either individually or in groups - called a flying circus.

Barnes cricketers' flying circus, the "Barnes Stormers", perform in the Middlesex Development League (MDL) U/21 and ECB U19 Club NatWest U19 T20 with...

  • Coloured clothing, pink balls and blue stumps.
  • “Champions League-style” groups of four clubs compete on Sundays from late June after exams to get into the “Knock-Out” stage!
  • MDL matches last 80 overs, with the first innings replicating the MCCL principle of batting a maximum of 55% of the overs available (44 overs). In the Knockout Phase, teams bat a straight 40 overs each way.

Stormers u/19's in the NatWest U19 Club T20 Blast! competition.
Points available for each Home side relating to the Match Day Experience encountered by the Away side. Away side captains award points ranging from 0 - 5 to the Home side based on:

  • 5 points – T20 Blast atmosphere! Fantastic!
  • 4 points – Great effort made to replicate T20 Blast atmosphere
  • 3 points – Good attempt to generate a lively atmosphere
  • 2 points – Some effort made to generate atmosphere
  • 1 point – Match was played with a pink ball, but no other difference
  • 0 points – Match was exactly the same as a traditional fixture

 

Stormers
ManagerFreddie Ayliffe, Guy Leman
CaptainGuy Leman
Competitions
MCB Development Leagueinforesultstables
NatWest U19 Club T20 - Middlesexinforesultstables

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