The League Cricketers Association (LCA) is heading to The Oval on Saturday 28th January to feature in the first of three Cricket Resource Shows.
The LCA is an organisation dedicated to putting amateur cricket on the map.
Batting 4 6 will have a dedicated batting lane at the show where players are welcome to come along and try a range of bats before they buy. We have sample bats from Kookaburra, Gunn & Moore, Gray Nicolls, Newbery, Readers, Willostix, Ayrtek and more.
Life becomes a lot easier when you use a ClubBuzz Website and Club Management System.
Not only do you get a first class web site that can be updated by the relevant club members without any special tools or programs, but you also get a management tool that offers huge benefits to team managers, club administrators and treasurers.
Local cricket clubs have been benefiting from the current changes at Old Trafford, with the groundâ€™s seats being donated to support cricket in the region.
In the next stage of Old Traffordâ€™s redevelopment, thousands of seats are to be replaced in time for the upcoming season. As part of the club's green agenda, Lancashire County Cricket Club have donated the surplus seats to clubs throughout the region.
The North Yorkshire and South Durham Cricket League has been awarded ECB Premier League status for the 2012 season. It has become the 26th club cricket league to have achieved the minimum criteria needed to receive ECB accreditation.
If you are involved in running, coaching, managing, a cricket club, then you can't afford to miss this opportunity to source everything you need for the new season and beyond.
This is a great chance to view and try the very best and latest products, equipment and services, coaching innovations and training aids, making sure you source the very best for your club and at the right deal.
Himley Cricket Club proudly present a sporting luncheon with cricketing legend Sir Garfield Sobers.
This once in a lifetime opportunity to listen to cricket's greatest ever all-rounder is taking place on Friday 22nd June at The Kingfisher Hotel, Kidderminster Road, WallHeath DY6 0EN. 12.30pm for 1pm start
A host of current and former England cricketers including James Anderson, Matthew Prior, Claire Taylor and Michael Vaughan turned out in force to recognise the efforts of grass-roots volunteers at the NatWest Outstanding Service to Cricket awards (OSCAs) for 2011.
The event, which was staged at Lord's and hosted by BBC Radio Test Match Special commentator Jonathan Agnew, brought together more than 350 people from across the recreational game to celebrate achievements in volunteering roles in eight different categories.
Nayyer Abbas has been named as the Kingfisher Beer Cricket World Club Player of the Year. His tally of 920 runs at an average of 51.11 and 82 wickets at an average of 14.27 is enough to place him top of the overall ratings when a minimum threshold of 10 matches is applied.
With the club cricket season now completed, we round up all the top performances from the South East region in the past six weeks and pick each league's Cricket World Player of the Year based on our Most Valuable Player Overall Ratings.
With the club cricket season now completed, we round up all the top performances from the North region in the past six weeks and pick each league's Cricket World Player of the Year based on our Most Valuable Player Overall Ratings.
With the club cricket season now completed, we round up all the top performances from the South West and Wales region in the past six weeks and pick each league's Cricket World Player of the Year based on our Most Valuable Player Overall Ratings.
With the club cricket season now completed, we round up all the top performances from the Midlands region in the past six weeks and pick each league's Cricket World Player of the Year based on our Most Valuable Player Overall Ratings.
With the club cricket season now complete, we take a look at the final standings in the Kingfisher Beer Cricket World Club Most Valuable Player Ratings.
Vauxhall Mallard's Glen Addicott ends the season as the leading batsman following previous leader Prabodha Ereshan De Silva Senevirathne's disappointing final performance for Sleaford that sees him move down to fourth.
There is a new leader at the top of the Kingfisher Beer Cricket World Batting Ratings. Prabodha Ereshan De Silva Senevirathne now leads the way after completing the minimum requirement of three matches. He has made a spectacular, if very belated, start to the club season for Sleaford in the Lincolnshire Premier League and scored two centuries in his first three matches. The remainder of the top ten remains more or less unchanged with Muhammad Jaffer (Banstead) in second and Glen Addicott (Vauxhall Mallards) in third.
It was day of personal landmarks as the JCT 600 Bradford League First Division programme drew to a close. Joe Greaves reached the 1,000 run mark with his fifth century of the season to help Farsley make sure of second place by beating bottom club Gomersal by seven wickets
Accountants KPMG are once more Birmingham's corporate cricket champions after retaining the Lord's Taverners John Bright Trophy with a 32-run victory against the Phoenix Group in the 2011 final.
Their victory at the picturesque Britannic Park ground in Moseley near Warwickshire's Edgbaston HQ on September 7 was their 10th successive win in the competition and made them the first firm to retain the trophy