Beechwood Cricket Club play Sunday friendlies in Kent and Sussex.
Established in 1840, Holmesdale Cricket Club , in Kent is steep in cricketing history. Over the years such greats as Colin Cowdrey (Kent & England), John White (New Zealand), Allen Iggelsden (England) and Max Sorensen (Ireland) have played at and talked about Holmesdale as one of the most wonderful grounds to play at in Kent.
Holmesdale CC in 2017 will be playing Kent Premier League Cricket, and they are looking for new players to join a competitive cricket environment with a bunch of lads who don’t take themselves too seriously.
For those based in locally you’re invited to head along to the clubs training on a Wednesday night every week at Montreal Park at 18:15 from April 19th 2017. Come along and get involved with the team as they prepare for the season.
The club has three teams that compete on a Saturday in League cricket and a Sunday side too, offering cricket to those of all levels. During the summer it’s a vibrant atmosphere at, during and after the games, as the club enjoys a BBQ, beer and celebrations of the success of each side.
If you’d like to know more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org or drop the 1st XI captain a text on 07917184020. More information visit www.holmesdalecricketclub.co.uk or http://holmesdale.play-cricket.com/.
All our courses can be found at http://www.sportsadmin.co.uk/hcc/courses.htm
Kemsing CC is situated in a particularly nice location at the foot of the North Downs, 400 yards east of Kemsing village. The club has been through difficult times of late, with dwindling player numbers being the catalyst for the Colts section being formed nearly 10 years ago. The benefits of that decision are obvious today, with the Club starting on the journey back up the divisions in the Kent County Village League, after three consecutive promotions! 2017 sees them in Division 4 and not daunted by the prospect of making it four promotions on the trot!
The Club offers cricket to juniors at Under 15, Under 13 and Under 11 age groups. Their Under 9 group has been superseded by the new ECB All Stars initiative this year, aimed at 5-8 year-olds, which the Club has eagerly embraced. Although there is no girls section, there are a number of girls playing in the boys’ teams. Hopefully, we will have our first mixed adult team this season!
The Club is open to all, being non-discriminatory, offering the opportunity for anyone to experience the pleasure of playing cricket, whatever their ability or circumstances.
We are a Clubmark accredited Focus Club, now part of the Chance to Shine programme, and play Kent Premier League cricket on one of the most historic grounds in the country with a heritage stretching back to 1734 and before.
Anyone interested in joining Weald Cricket Club please contact us, we are always looking for new players and would love to hear from you.