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Club of the Week – Follifoot C.C.

The latest instalment of our club of the week sees us turn our attention to the friendly village club of Follifoot C.C., located on the outskirts of Harrogate, North Yorkshire. Plying their trade in the Aire Wharfe Senior Cricket League, Harrogate District Amateur Evening League and Nidderdale Junior League. The club boasts a massive set up featuring […]

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Club of the Week – Londesborough Park C.C.

Londesborough Park CC (LPCC) was originally founded in the 1800’s by the Duke of Devonshire, but in more recent times the pavilion was built in 1998 and further extended in 2007 and now provides excellent facilities for all those that visit. In 2005 LPCC was one of the first clubs in Yorkshire to attain Clubmark Accreditation. […]

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Club of the Week – Rodley C.C.

Rodley C.C. are an ambitious club on the up, playing from the Canal Bank Ground (or the RCC as its also known!) in the suburbs of Leeds. Currently running two senior sides, a Sunday academy side and an ever expanding junior section comprised of U9s, U11,s U13s & U15s. They warmly welcome any junior or senior players […]

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Club of the Week – South Milford C.C.

South Milford C.C. are a club operating out of the Wetherby Cricket League, with 2 senior teams and 4 junior teams that boasts upwards of 80 juniors! They have a dedicated army of 20-30 volunteers who keep the club running and thriving! Always open to new juniors (boys and girls!) Come along and get involved at […]

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Club of the Week – Skipton C.C.

Founded in 1853 Skipton C.C. have been a prominant club in the Craven area ever since. Their senior teams ply their trades in the Aire-Wharfe Cricket League having joined in 1936 as founding members! With an incredibly strong youth set up, running teams from under 9s to under 17s, supported by 5 ECB Level 2 coaches in […]

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Club of the Week – Ouseburn C.C.

Ouseburn C.C. were founded in the 1930’s and have resided at Great Ouseburn playing field since 1963. With 3 adult teams playing in the Nidderdale league and a junior section that boasts over 100 youngsters! The club has gone from strength to strength in recent years, with young cricketers playing from U7’s all the way up to U17’s. At Spring […]

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Club of the Week – Mirfield C.C.

Mirfield C.C. operate two senior teams in the Drakes Huddersfield League and a Sunday Team in the Mid- Yorkshire Cricket League. On top of all that, they have a thriving junior section with teams from U9s to U17s. Training is run by Pro Coach on a Friday evening 6:30-8pm. New players and coaches are always welcome, so […]

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Club of the Week – Alwoodley C.C.

Nestled in the scenic surroundings of Alwoodley, Alwoodley C.C. boast an impressive setup for their 9 teams in the Aire Wharfe League. With an ever expanding junior section which currently includes an impressive 140 juniors, with 2 teams competing at each level of U11’s, U13’s and U15’s. As well as friendly teams for those not quite […]

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Club of the Week – Old Leodiensian C.C.

Old Leodiensian C.C (Old Leo’s) are located in the leafy Leeds suburb of Alwoodley. With two established senior sides operating out of the Wetherby league and a burgeoning junior section comprising of an U9’s, U11’s and newly formed U13’s. Always looking to increase their junior section, they welcome anyone to come down to the club […]

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Club of the Week – Kirkstall Educational C.C

Geographically, Kirkstall Educational C.C. are the closest club to Pro Coach HQ in Headingley. With a junior section involving teams from U9 – U17 and senior teams operating out of the Airedale & Wharfedale Senior Cricket League, the club are one of the oldest cricket clubs in the country, even older than Yorkshire County Cricket Club! Monday night […]

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Club of the Week – Walton Park C.C.

In their own words: “Walton Park Cricket Club takes it’s name following the 2015 merger of 2 very historic local cricket clubs Walton CC and Wighill Park CC, the latter having been created by Lord Hawke, one of the most colourful characters in the history of Yorkshire cricket. Both clubs began playing cricket over a hundred […]

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