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Juniors Update

Winter nets for junior members are just around the corner, please see below dates and times for age specific sessions: 26/1/2018    19:00-20:00   Unde....

Fernhurst boys back in Sussex action

Fernhurst boys back in Sussex action pictured: Fergus O'Connell and James Vigar The club is delighted that four Fernhurst boys have been selected for the Sussex County Cricket Club distr....

Pavilion 2022 latest in the press

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About Us

The Fernhurst Cricket Club play on the Recreation Ground adjacent to the Village Green and 'The Red Lion' public house.

It is a friendly, well established club in an idyllic setting with first class facilities. including state of the art nets built in 2013. They field one Saturday team which plays in the I'Anson Cricket League Div 2 and a Sunday team which plays friendly cricket against several other local village clubs, as well as entertaining a number of teams from the London area, including Sir Tim Rice's Heartaches.

A strong Junior section of more than 100 children trains every Saturday morning. Two U8, an U10 and an U13 teams play in the Berkley Sports Two Counties Youth League.

In May a 6-a-side tournament is run to help funds then throughout the season there are a number of social get gatherings for both the juniors and seniors.

We are always on the look-out for new members whether young players starting out, old players dusting down their pads, or social members just looking to enjoy the atmosphere and a pint !

Upcoming SENIOR Fixtures
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