About Us

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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Stats

Stats

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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Graces CC (146 all out) lost to The Village (188 for 8) by 42 runs, 26 July 2020

The heavens opened as soon as the first villagers arrived at Broxbourne Sports Club to play Gracers CC, a lovely ground with double sight screens on each side, long-ish boundaries and an electronic scoreboard. The covers came on for a short period, but thankfully the rain subsided and the “Biblical” rain Thomo drove through just avoided us. Thomo arrived and the start of a blossoming ...

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South Bank Cricket Club (186 all out) lost to The Village (224 for 7) by 38 runs, 18 July 2020

Scene: The setting is the sunlit grounds of Dulwich Sports Ground. A large area set aside for groups to engage in sports and dog watching. There are many groups attempting sports. Some better than others.... Arriving early for the contest, Giles and Ek. They will soon be joined by others... A bright and cheerful Saturday morning holds the promise of cricket and other related pleasures. Earlier, t...

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OMTSU2 (148 all out) beat The Village (142 all out) by 6 runs, 12 July 2020

Some things change, some things stay the same. In the change column, a cavernous cornucopia of chaos: a new decade with a new captain, new players, a new(ish) fixture and, of course, the “new normal”. This fixture too was supposed to be something else. When it was arranged over the winter it would have looked and felt like a regular non-descript mid-season Sunday game in July when one...

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