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  Herefordshire squad to play Staffordshire in Unicorns KO Final at Wormsley on Wednesday - Gwynne, Pardoe (c), Exall, Pollock, Burgoyne, Whittock, Ball, Barrett, Lowen (w/k), Conway, Pinner, McIlroy 



Great end to the 2016 season

Herefordshire County Cricket Club (HCCC) is celebrating not only winning its final 3 day Championship match against Wales at Abergavenny, but also making it through to the Unicorns KO  One Day  cricket final against Staffordshire on 24 August. The Championship win puts Herefordshire 3rd in the league table and with the final at Wormsley next week it will be a most exciting end to the 2016 season. Also cause for celebration is the offer of support for another year from Stowford Press (Weston's Cider) who have sponsored HCCC for the last 3 years.

HCCC Chairman Bobbie Edwards said, "We are extremely proud of our players who have supported  HCCC in both the Championship and the KO competitions. The club is most grateful to Weston's Cider for its sponsorship from 2014 until the end of the 2016 season, but we are now over the moon that they have agreed to sponsor us for another year -  until end of season 2017.

Stowford Press has been associated  with cricket nationally for some time and we have been proud to wear the Stowford Press logo on our kit  and offer the super cider drink to our visitors and supporters, all of whom enjoy the home grown Herefordshire tipple.

Although funded by the ECB/MCCA  HCCC cannot survive without sponsors which are increasingly hard to find. This makes it even better that we have found such support from a local (though global) business right here on our doorstep in Much Marcle."

The players in the  KO One Day final will be sporting new kit for this special event, something for them to keep as a memento of this special day. HCCC last played in the final at Lords in 2000.