As well as featuring our favourite club performances we are dedicating an article to the youth sides and their highlights every week.
Most noteworthy was George Haley's record setting 208 not out in T20. This is shown below with an excellent picture of him stood next to the scoreboard, scoring almost all of his team's runs.
Sidcup CC also appear with their U13s winning a close-fought match, with the opposition scoring 90 for nine, them getting to 91 for six with a ball to spare.
There is a wide selection of clubs giving the youth sides some coverage, whether it be praise or scores and reports - which is something we are absolutely delighted to see.
Back in the days of Cricket World magazine, a young chap called Ian Bell (pictured left - I wonder what happened to him?) won a Cricket World youth award.
Another dramatic match over at Ashton on Mersey CC saw a last-ball result of 288 v AOM 285, described as a brilliant game by the club.
Danielle Hazell and Charlotte Edwards also make an appearance playing cricket with youth players at Vane Road School tweeted by Durham Cricket Board.
Some brilliant pictures were also attached, including a team posing after winning their first game, and a girl taking part in the youth cricket for Elworth CC.
Congrats to 1st XI skipper George Haley! Records all over the shop! 208* in t20......what a man! pic.twitter.com/HS98rgsM9Z— Eltham Cricket (@ElthamCollCrick) April 30, 2014
Close win for Sidcup U13A v Old Wilsonians U13A with OW reaching 90-9 off 20 overs and SCC getting to 91-6 with a ball to spare. Well done— Sidcup CC (@Sidcupcc) April 30, 2014
Great to see young James Dean at only 12 years old cleaning up a couple of first teamers! He's one of a few very good youngsters— Goddy Cricket (@GoddyCricket) April 30, 2014