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About us

The Village Cricket Club is a small club based loosely around its roots in North East London. We were formed in 2004 by a bunch of singularly talentless but enthusiastic cricketers...

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We're always on the lookout for new recruits of all abilities. Batsman, bowler, enthusiast, novice; The Village welcomes all. If you're looking to get involved you can shoot us an email, fill in this nice little form or even track us down on twitter.

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Let's be honest, it's the only reason most of us play the game. The chance to slice, dice and disect every inch of your game then talk about it at the pub. That's real cricket.

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The Village (253 for 7) beat Pacific CC (114 all out) by 139 runs, 22 April 2018

After a winter away and an unfortunate wash-out last week, the Village season finally got underway at a sunny Wray Crescent against returning foes Pacific CC. After our last game against Pacific in 2011 ended with a major falling out and the battle of the match-reports, it was good to get back to a friendly game of cricket against a solid bunch of London cricketers. New Skipper Cressey’s re...

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DemiJohns (135 for 11) lost to The Village (180 all out) by 45 runs, 01 July 2017

On a day when the British and Irish Lions only just managed to turn over a 14 man New Zealand, 12 Villagers made their way to Oxford to take part in another game characterised by unusual numbers. After watching the Lions game, the main body of Villagers got on the Oxford tube only to find themselves stuck in Notting Hill waiting for tourists, Hooray Henrys and other cads to decide whether or not ...

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The Village (194 for 7) beat South Bank Cricket Club (75 all out) by 119 runs, 10 June 2017

On the back of a harrowing run of losses, the Village turned in a top all round performance to dispatch Southbank CC by 119 runs on the hot hot heat of Wandsworth Common. After winning the toss and choosing to bat on a slow, low pitch, the Village were kept under control by some tight early bowling from Southbank openers Porter and MacIntyre. It was the arm of a fielder however that brought misfo...

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