Website – hartshornecricketclub
Training Please click on the training link above to view the details for outdoor sessions.
Starting Saturday 21st April for the first Xl’s team against Derby Cons 1-1.30 pm at the Rodney Meadows. Ground will need to be firm to play.
HCC are always looking for new members – anyone aged between 5 and 15 can join in.
- All Stars cricket – REGISTER !
We are proud to be an ECB all stars centre. If you know any 5-8 years olds who want to get into cricket in a fun way – sign up now via the attached link.
Parents who want to become club members can join for just £5 !
Selection for games
We will only be selecting from players who have confirmed their availability for the season and who have advised whether they wish to be playing members ( eligible for selection for all fixtures ) or associate members ( eligible for selection only if teams cannot be made from playing members ) . If you want to play please notify Daryl or Jordan of your plans.
Hartshorne Cricket Club needs:-
- Sponsors old and new for various requirements from match balls, picket fence banners to team kits, equipment
- Fundraising ideas for the community
- Community help for special events
Please click on the link below for the clubs website and further details if you would like to help:-
Internet Shopping – Visit our website by clicking on – http://www.pitchero.com/clubs/hartshornecricketclub and then press on the link – Easyfundraising
Did you know that whenever you buy anything online you can raise money for the club? From your weekly shop to your annual holiday, or all your Xmas presents. All high street shops give various donations dependant on your shopping bill so you could be raising pounds for Hartshorne Cricket Club. Just try it!
Buy your own engraved brick and see it in the new pavilion. The bricks will be built into the function room area of the pavilion and will be present for the current and future generations to see and admire. buy-a-brick details – buy a brick form 2
The Uppers take the trophy again! Our annual village cricket match ‘Uppers & Downers’ won by the Uppers again but all who played and watched enjoyed the event even if it was a little wet!!