Cricket has a reputation for being a posh sport...we're not like that at all, we're very inclusive and cricket is widespread in's just everyday people who do every job under the sun Lesley Cryer
Project supported by MCC Lord's and University of Glamorgan

Marylebone Cricket Club, Lord's Cricket Ground, St John's Wood, London, NW8 8QN | Project enquiries: Neil Robinson | 020 7616 8559

Wrotham (St. George’s) Cricket Club plays regular weekend matches and outdoor nets are held at our ground in Wrotham throughout the summer. We would welcome new members at this friendly club, whose adopted hostelry is the George and Dragon in Wrotham.

Cricket, Lovely Cricket – A Tale Of Wrotham (St.George’s) Cricket Club

Cricket, Lovely Cricket – A Tale Of Wrotham (St.George’s) Cricket Club

Wrotham’s cricket team is one of the oldest in England, with early reference to matches against Ightham in 1750 and against Bourne in 1766. Originally, we believe, known as Wrotham Cricket Society it became Wrotham (St George’s) Cricket Club around 1794.

Read more