Latest News - Fireworks Night Volunteers
This year, the annual Fireworks event is on Saturday 8th November. As usual we rely on our members to volunteer to help make the night a great success. If you are able to volunteer for this event please sign up in the clubhouse or email firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know your availability.
Latest News - Senior Awards Dinner Winners
1st XI Player of the year - Robbie White
2nd XI Player of the year - Raminder Singh
3rd XI Player of the Year - Gags Khurana
4th XI Player of the Year - Siyan Mayuran
5th XI Player of the Year - Nick Moule
MDL Player of the Year - David White
Colt of the Year - Rob Bentley
Colt All Rounder of the Year - Ben Chippendale
Clubman of the Year - Richard Jones
Latest News - New Senior players for 2015
If you require any further information about joining Ealing Cricket Club with the intention of representing one of the senior men's XIs, please contact the Team Secretary, Gavin Calder, at email@example.com
Latest News - Ealing Cricket Club on Twitter
For the most up to date news on prospects of play or training follow us on twitter @EalingCricket or follow this link to check the latest news
Ealing Cricket Club
Ealing Cricket Club in West London, is one of the UK's top cricket clubs with a history dating back to 1870. The first match was played in 1871. The Club is a major part of the local community and you will always be assured of a warm welcome when visiting or joining Ealing Cricket Club.
The Club has enjoyed great success in recent years winning the Middlesex Premier League for seven seasons in a row from 2005 to 2011. ECC, as the Club is known locally, also won the Barbados Cockspur National T/20 cup in 2011. Ealing appeared in its fourth National Cup final in 2013 but ended up runners up for the fourth time after losing to West Indian Cavaliers.
There are eight senior league teams playing cricket on Saturdays. The Club has one of the largest junior sections in the county with over 400 boys and girls enjoying summer coaching from April to August. There are thirteen junior teams for boys and girls from ages 8 to 17 years. In 2010, 2011 and again in 2012 the junior section won the prestigious Victor Ludorum Trophy and the Club was named Club of the Year by Wisden Cricketer magazine in 2010.
In october 2011 the Club changed its status to a registered charity with a public benefit remit to 'provide community participation in healthy recreation by providing facilities for playing cricket and other sports'.
In April 2013 Ealing Cricket Club merged with Hanwell Cricket Club and gained use of a second ground at Brentfield. Hanwell CC will be known as Ealing Hanwellians CC from the start of the 2014 season.
Ealing Cricket Club is currently working with the London Borough of Ealing to secure a third ground in order to increase community participation in cricket and football and to provide a home ground for the senior 3rd, 4th & 5th XIs.
Ealing Cricket Club plan to start a Women's cricket team in 2014 and are very keen to recruit women players regardless of experience. Contact the club if you would like to get involved.
Ealing Cricket Club is Clubmark accredited to show that best practices apply to ensure that all cricket is delivered in a safe, effective and friendly environment.
To find out how to join, go to Membership Enquiries.
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We now have a section of the web site which allows you to register your profile and state availability for the seasons games.
To begin this process please click here to register with us.
If you have forgotten your password please click here to have your password emailed to you.
|29/05||Ealing 1st XI Vs Brondesbury Home||Ealing won by 196 runs|
|28/05||Ealing 1st XI Vs Richmond Home||Match drawn - 4 points|
|26/05||Ealing 1st XI Vs Middlesex CCC 20/20 Day Home||Results to follow|
|22/05||Ealing 1st XI Vs South Wiltshire Home||Ealing won by 4 wickets|
|21/05||Ealing 1st XI Vs Winchmore Hill Away||Ealing won by 6 wickets!|
If you play for Ealing Cricket Club please click here to register with us.
This means that you can let the club know your availability for games.
The captain for your team will be required to validate you as part of this process.
If you have already registered but have forgotten your password click here to have your password emailed to you.