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Baldock Town CC
We are a friendly and sociable cricket club with three teams that play in
the Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League on Saturday and one team
in the Broadview Windows North Hertfordshire Sunday League.
We run colts's sessions every Sunday morning in the summer months with
a view to developing one or two junior sides in the coming years.
We are based at Avenue Park in the centre of Baldock, and are affiliated to
Avenue Park Sports and Social Club which has a licensed bar and recently
improved changing and shower facilities. New members are always welcomed!
The home ground’s picturesque surroundings have attracted lots
of playing members, some with roots as far away as New Zealand,
South Africa and Rhodesia. The club is built on the phenomenal
hard work and culinary expertise of Percy Dennis, and annual highlights
include friendly local derbies with Tewin CC and President’s Day.
Breachwood Green CC
Breachwood Green CC are a small, friendly village club formed by
local enthusiasts in 1985. They have been members of the North
Herts League since 2001. Home games are played on the local
Recreation ground, which is owned by Kings Walden Parish Council.
A highlight of our season is always our 6-a-side tournament that attracts
a number of local sides and features an all day bar and barbecue. Over
the years, we've toured several parts of the UK, and once, even ventured
to Spain. We're always keen to welcome new players. We meet, drink and
have our teas in The Red Lion pub, Breachwood Green.
Datchworth play cricket in the middle of the village green. Our clubhouse
is set back from the road, so its a relaxing place to watch for everyone. We
have a fully licensed bar and it will be open on Sunday lunchtimes, as well
from late afternoon into the evening. We field four sides on Saturdays and
one on Sundays, plus a full range of junior cricket age groups from U8 through
to U16. We have an excellent second ground behind the clubhouse and great
new nets for practice.
Phone: 07747 003189
Nickname: “The Grinders” (note: nothing to do with cricket, ask any senior member of club for full explanation)
Founded circa1932 and originally based in Chesfield, Graveley moved to their current residence (Nineacres) in the village around 1947.
Founding member of the Broadview Windows North Herts Cricket League (1983).
Champions Div1: 1988, 1991, 1995
Runners-up Div 1: 1983, 1985, 1986, 1992
Winners Div 2: 2016
Runners-up Div 2: 2009
“A game against Graveley is always an interesting experience…”
Perched on top of a hill in the village and overlooking the Chiltern Hills (our local weather forecaster: if you can’t see the hills, it’s about to rain, if you can see the hills, it’s raining already).
We are an exceptionally friendly team who not only are passionate about playing the game, but enjoy the whole social and cultural aspect of it.
The club has thrived on its players enthusiasm, both past and present, and have built the club up to what it is today: a terrific ground, great views (when the sun does shine!) a self-built pavilion with showers, and, of course, cracking teas.
Phone : 07788 721778
Hare Street & Hormead CC
Club New Address:
Norfolk Road playing Fields
Bowling Green Lane
Up the hill, the next left after Edwinstree Middle School. If you reach Freman College then you’ve gone too far.
We only have Facebook and Twitter, no Website. Our hashtag is #STREETSAHEAD.
We are a small village side who only play on Sundays. We have the most broad range of ages around. We have just recently changed our schedule to play both Sunday league and friendly games.
Hitchin Town CC
Hitchin Cricket Club is one of the oldest cricket clubs in Hertfordshire
- we celebrated our 150th anniversary in 2016 and are one of
Hertfordshire's most established senior clubs. They are proud to be an
ECB Clubmark accredited club and a Hertfordshire County
Cricket Association Focus Club.
Phone: 01462 434468
Lilley Cricket Club is one of the County's oldest clubs, with origins
back in the mid-1890s. Lilley CC are based at the picturesque
Geoff Banks-Smith Memorial Cricket Ground in Lilley, on the
Bedfordshire/Hertfordshire border. Lilley Cricket Club have gone
from strength to strength, hosting the England Ladies team and
former West Indies Captain Clive Lloyd in the 1980s. Lilley appeared
as Wisden Cricketer magazine 'Club Of The Month' in 2010 and in
the same year appeared on Sky Sports Cricket AM as Club Of The Week.
Lilley currently play in the Broadview Windows North Herts Cricket
League on Sundays and the Village Trophy Knockout Cup.
Rosslyn CC are a small friendly club founded in 1922. We now have two Sunday teams playing in the North Herts Cricket League. Our home ground is Old Owens near Potters Bar. We offer good facilities and a licensed bar and warmly welcome new players.
St. Margaretsbury CC
The history of St Margaretsbury Cricket Club dates back to 1737 with the oldest recorded match in Hertfordshire taking place on 6th July between the club and a team from the corporation of Hertford for the stake of 200 Guineas.
We are delighted to have joined the North Herts Cricket League for the start of the 2020 season.
We operate 3 XI’s on a Saturday in the Herts League structure catering for all standards of players. We also make an annual tour to Cromer in the 1st week of August.
The club is especially proud of our junior section with over 130 children playing at the club during the summer months, starting with ECB All stars up to the older age groups where the players make the transition into adult cricket. In addition to the summer programme we also run winter training for all ages and abilities.
We play at the Recreation Ground in Stanstead Abbotts where we are blessed with 2 excellent grounds and wickets & facilities that are the envy of many clubs.
Stevenage Cricket Club was formed in 1901 and is a very friendly club, located in the Old Town of Stevenage.
We have six teams on a Saturday in the Saracens League and one on a Sunday now in the North Hertfordshire League. We have 3 grounds that we play from - the 1st and 2nd teams home ground is the main ground at the club, 3rd and 4th use King Georges which is adjacent to the ground and the 3rd ground we mainly use Graveley Cricket Club and occasionally we use Aston Cricket Club.
We have a very strong junior side at Stevenage from U8 to U16 and encourage our older Juniors to regularly join in for Saturday fixtures.
The adults train in the winter on a Saturday at Nobel School and in the Summer we train Tuesday and Thursdays at the main ground
The juniors also train at Nobel school on a Friday evening and on a Sunday morning at the main ground
We are very proud of our club and our hospitality which we recently won an award for.
We always encourage new members to join and are always promoting our club through Social media.
Take at look at our website https://stevenage.hitscricket.com and Twitter @Stevenage_CC
Therfield & Kelshall CC
Therfield and Kelshall Cricket Club is an amalgamation of the two villages, formed
in 1948. We play on the picturesque Terfield recreation ground, which we consider
to be one of the best in the area! We're one of the second longest members of the
North Herts Cricket League, having joined back in 1992.
Since 2004, Royston Cricket Club, who play in the Cambridge cricket league, have
played at our ground on Saturdays with 3 senior sides as well as 3 midweek colts.
The Sunday league side is a combination of players from both clubs.
Ultimate Warriors CC
Ultimate Warriors was founded in the Covid hit season of 2020 in North West London. Our objectives are to try and create "goodness" through the beautiful game of cricket. We want to create a platform for British Asian cricketers to try and showcase their abilities and use the club as a stepping stone to develop into first class and international cricketers in the years ahead. We want to promote players of all ages and abilities and from all backgrounds to participate in the beautiful sport and play to win but strictly within the spirit of the game. Winning is important, but winning fairly is more important.