Long Sutton Cricket Club

Address: Park Road, Long Sutton, Lincolnshire, PE12 9DJ

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Long Sutton Cricket club was unofficially founded in 1832 when the first match involving a side from the town was reported. Matches have been played at various location ever since then, with the current ground, Paradise Field hosting the club since 1934. 

The club has been established in the area, competing in the South Lincs & Border League for more than 30 years which lead to opportunities to join the ECB Premier League in the early 2000's, the highest standard of cricket in the county. The club has played host to 2 Saturday sides for a number of years with a Sunday side also participating in the Rutland & District League since 2004. 

In 2012, a second Sunday side were entered into the league in order to allow junior players to make the transition into senior cricket. The club prides itself on family with multiple generations representing the club, often together in the same team in an environment which promotes not only winning but also enjoyment.

Recently been given a grant from Sports England to replace the roof, also have the following:

During the winter we run senior nets at the University Academy Holbeach from 1900 to 2030 every Monday, then every Thursday from Easter outdoors at paradise field, Long Sutton, from 1800 to 2000.

Junior training is also at the University Academy Holbeach, from 1800 to 1930 on a Friday night, which will be indoors until Easter, and then outdoors thereafter.  Tuesday nights, younger/new players, Wednesday nights squad training.

We will be running a ladies team this year, training and taster sessions are held at the Peele Leisure Centre on a tues between 2000 and 2100.