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Welcome to Richmond Cricket Club

Richmond Cricket Club is a vibrant and progressive club which boasts one of the largest junior sections in Middlesex (according to the MCB’s analysis) with around 400 youngsters, runs five Saturday league sides and stages Middlesex T20 fixtures.

In 2014, the Middlesex Panthers will once again host Glamorgan in a T20 match. This year, the fixture takes place on Thursday 3rd July.

It has always been a club where the social side of the club game is hugely important and this remains true to this day as we celebrate 150 years of great cricket and great friendships.

Winter nets in 2014 will take place at Hampton School on Sunday evenings from 5pm to 7pm, starting on 12th January and going through until the end of March. For further information please contact Mark Price, Team Secretary by emailing : teamsec@richmondcricketclub.com

The recently formed Ladies Section is also looking for new members for the forthcoming season. For further information, please contact Lucinda Springett by emailing : ladies@richmondcricketclub.com

Prospective Junior members should contact Doug King, the Colts Chairman, by emailing: and you can download a junior registration form by following the 'Registration forms' link below.

If you don't want to join as a playing member, the Club also welcomes social members at a reasonable subscription of just £25. An application form can be obtained from the bar at Old Deer Park.

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Latest News

  • 22 Apr

    There were two valuable friendly matches against Finchley on Saturday 19th April. Whilst both were lost, the matches provided useful practice for all who participated with several players proving their worth to the Selection Committee at the earliest stage. Read more
  • 9 Sep

    Richmond concuded a largely successful League season with all 5 League sides finishing in the top half of their respective Divisions and two of them ending the year as Champions.

     

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  • 24 Aug

    The complete washout of fixtures across the MCCL saw Richmond 2nd XI confirmed as Champions of Division 1 of the 2nd XI League. The rain also leaves Richmond 1's safe in the top flight. Read more
  • 17 Jun

    Another relatively inexperienced Richmond Cup XI crashed out off the CCC Cup at the hands of a strong Hampstead side on Sunday. Meanwhile the Development League XI dominated Barnes but were unable to bowl them out and so took the winning draw. Read more