"Reading Cricket Club is one of Berkshire's finest, competing to a high standard in men's, women's and colts leagues."
Reading Cricket Club is one of Berkshire’s premier sports clubs, as evidenced by its recent ECB (England and Wales Cricket Board) Club Mark status award.
This is an important award to the club, as it is a requirement for any club that wants to maintain it's place in the top divisions of the Home Counties Premier League and the Thames Valley League.
Well-managed, effective and child-friendly, Reading Cricket Club has adopted the ECB's 'Safe Hands - Welfare of Young People in Cricket' policy, showing it's commitment to ensuring that young people who play at Reading Cricket Club have a safe and positive experience of the game.
The club coaches are fully qualified, trained in First Aid and fully CRB checked.
Reading Cricket Club is accessible to all members of the public and men, women and children are all welcome, whether you wish to enjoy the sport as a spectator or find out more about playing.
Members compete in Men’s, Women’s and Colt’s leagues during the cricket season (May – Sept). There is also a side that competes in the Three Counties Sunday League.
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Reading Cricket Club has been very successful in developing their ‘colts’ through the Reading Cricket Club Academy and the club have 8 teams in the Berkshire Youth Cricket League playing at U17, U15, U13, U11 and U9.
With their safety in mind, all players must wear a helmet, boys must wear abdominal protectors and there are restrictions on fielding positions.
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Reading Cricket Club has an excellent Club Pavilion with a fully licensed bar, where members enjoy relaxing after matches, and there are also two meeting rooms and a high quality function room, for which enquiries are welcome.
If you, or your child, are interested in finding out more about Reading Cricket Club, or if you would like to enquire about hiring a meeting or function room, please call
0118 969 9049
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Please mention ‘The Best of Reading’ when contacting Reading Cricket Club.
Reading, Berkshire, UK
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