South Hampstead Cricket Club

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06 Sep 2021
Committee Meeting 6.9.21 Minutes

1. Financial update-  Bob informed that currently we have 15k in the bank. Louisa questioned that there should be more money in the account due to income from summer camps and bar ,but there also had been high expenses this year such as mobile ca... [ Read more ]

06 Jul 2021
Middlesex League Rules (Senior matches)

What are the rules for the leagues? Rules for the Middlesex County Cricket League can be found here Please read and be aware of the following, all found on the league rules website: League Constitution Playing Regulations Facility requ... [ Read more ]

06 Jul 2021
SHCC Disciplinary procedures

Disciplinary Procedures have been uploaded, please see the club policies section. [ Read more ]

13 Feb 2021

Attached are the current fixtures for the 2021 Senior season, subject to change and to COVID19 restrictions. Google drive PDF:   [ Read more ]

16 Jan 2021
AGM Results 2020

Thank you for voting and attending this years zoom AGM. We had a great turnout of over 40... [ Read more ]

19 Jul 2020
Great start for the Juniors

In our three games this week we had victories for the U11s against Ealing, U15's v Acton and Under 10s lost to Ealing. The future is bright [ Read more ]

10 Jul 2020
Summer camps announced at the club

We are please to announce our summer camps to be held at the club from 27th July: Monday to Friday, 27-Jul to 28-Aug 10am – 3pm Early drop-off available Boys and girls of all abilities Ages 6+ (Year 1 to year 8) Small groups, Cov... [ Read more ]

21 May 2020
LIMITED use of the club available to members

Please click here for more information and to make a booking. [ Read more ]

24 Mar 2020
COVID19 URGENT Message: all the facilities of the cricket club are CLOSED until further notice.

We apologies for any inconvenience.  We want to play our part in keeping everyone as safe as possible.  The Club is now CLOSED. We will update you are the situation develops, stay home, stay safe and reduce the burden on the NHS. [ Read more ]