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 Club Name Category Town County
Godalming Cricket ClubCricketGodalmingSurrey
Cricket has been played in and around Godalming since at least 1767. G.B.Buckley, in his book "Fresh Light on 18th Century Cricket", gives the first documented proof of cricket being played at Godalming. ...

Lingfield Cricket ClubCricketLingfieldSurrey
Cricket Club...

Whitchurch-Heath cc cardiffCricketCardiffGlamorgan
Touring clubs welcome...

Ealing Cricket ClubCricketEalingLondon
Ealing cricket club was founded by Tom Hearne and Rev E.S.Carter in 1871 after the reverend's return from Australia. Today, Ealing's senior section, has more than 70 members over the age of 17 playing in the club's 5 teams and is still growing. We train on Tuesday and Thursday evenings during the season from 6pm onwards. Thursday is the dedicated 1st XI practice night where players can have a net on ar...

London County Cricket ClubCricketLondon
London County Cricket Club was originally formed by Dr. WG Grace in 1899. His philosophy was to give "invaluable First Class match experience to many cricketers who could not otherwise get it and who would be all the better for it when they come to play in County Cricket". Over one hundred years later, those same words still ring true, and form part of the ethos of the reformed London County....

Collingham & Linton Cricket ClubCricketWetherbyYorkshire
Cast your mind back to 1888 when this cricket club was formed, according to the honours board. Having said that, although there seems to be no documentary proof available today, it has been suggested that Collingham played 20 years earlier in the 1860′s. Whatever the truth, the first captain in the 1888 season was a J. Wardman. AS he led the team out, Queen Victoria had been on the throne just over...

Gloucestershire County Cricket ClubCricketGloucestershire
Gloucestershire County Cricket Club is the most successful one-day side of the last 10 years, our achievement in winning seven trophies in just five years is second to none. This has transformed Gloucestershire, who are now recognised by the public, media and business community as a successful and ambitious organisation....

Liverpool Cricket ClubCricket LiverpoolMerseyside
Founded in 1807, Liverpool Cricket Club is the oldest amateur sporting establishment in Merseyside. We regularly host Lancashire 1st team games on the top pitch and have over the years played host to some of the greatest cricketers ever to have played the game. Such cricketers as WG Grace and Wasim Akram have all been impressed by the standard of facilities at Liverpool....

Ramsbottom Cricket ClubCricketLancashire
The club offers an excellent standard of cricket including, under 9s, 11s, 13s, 15s & 17s. With the 1st, 2nd & 3rd teams competing in the Lancashire League. ...

Derbyshire County Cricket ClubCricketDerbyDerbyshire
The Derbyshire Cricket Board is responsible for all aspects of recreational cricket throughout Derbyshire. It has a number of strategic partners in this effort. These comprise of: The England and Wales Cricket Board Derbyshire Sport The local Schools Sports Partnerships The local Councils and any other organisation whose interest lies in the Development of cricket as a 'sport for all'. The or...

Essex County Cricket ClubCricketChelmsfordEssex
The Cricket Centre was originally built in 1977 and extended to six lanes in 1992. As well as being the indoor training venue for the Essex County Cricket Club 1st XI, the centre offers a wide variety of programmes, courses and activities for Girls and Boys from 7 to 70+...

Somerset County Cricket ClubCricketTauntonSomerset
Somerset County Cricket Club was first formed in August 1875, following a cricket match at Sidmouth between the Gentlemen of Somerset and their Devon hosts, in which the visitors were successful. Originally the idea of those who had formed the County Club was not to have a home ground, but to take their matches to different grounds around Somerset. When the team played in Taunton they chose Fullands Scho...

Godalming Cricket ClubCricketGodalmingSurrey
Whatever age or ability, come and join Godalming Cricket Club. Godalming CC run a number of Saturday & Sunday senior teams and have a large Junior section from Under 9s upwards. A truly friendly club and set in beautiful surroundings, Godalming are always interested in recruiting players. If you would like to find out more, please contact us....

York Cricket ClubCricketYorkYorkshire
Other Law changes are aimed at achieving more fairness between the teams. They include: * Giving batsmen who damage the pitch just one warning before penalty runs are issued, rather than two to mirror the punishment for fielders. * Preventing bowlers from delivering the ball with their front foot having crossed an imaginary line between the middle stumps e.g. declaring they were bowling over the wic...

Yateley Cricket ClubCricketYateleyHampshire
We are a friendly, successful, and ambitious club providing competitive and social cricket in an enjoyable atmosphere. Our plans for 2010 include the provision of a 2nd ground in Sean Deveruex Park. This project is underway with the support of a grant from the ECB, however, the club continues to raise funds in order to complete the project. New covers and sight screens are required for the Main Ground, and ...


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