COVID-19 Matchday Action Plan
All participants (players, coaches, officials, volunteers and spectators) should check for symptoms of COVID-19. In line with current UK Government Guidance, if an individual is symptomatic and/or living in a household with a possible COVID-19 infection they should remain at home and follow UK Government guidance.
In addition, any participants who have been asked to isolate by NHS Test and Trace because they are a contact of a known COVID-19 case, must not exercise outside their home or garden and must not exercise with others.
Score Box should be opened before the game. Score box will contain all equipment required for the day.
White table to be put out as the hygiene station with wipes and the sanitizing gel dispenser.
Bins put out, one for each side.
Stumps to be sanitised and set out. Bails to be sanitised and put on the hygiene station, they are the responsibility of the umpire.
The remote for the scoreboard should be set out on a bench unless there is only one scorer.
Nominated player to record all attendance on the register.
All home players should turn right on entering site and use the benches by the pavilion, opposition to turn left and use the benches on the Meadvale Road side.
The pavilion is strictly out of bounds, toilets at the main club are to be used.
In an emergency, the home dressing room can be used to isolate anyone showing signs or symptoms of COVID 19. And they should contact a family member to collect them from the ground.
At the end of the game all equipment should be sanitised and returned to the score box, and the bins taken to the club refuse point.
Welcome to the crease...
Brentham Cricket Club has a long and proud tradition dating back to 1908, and is a founding member of the Middlesex County League.
Our picturesque ground is a short distance from Pitshanger Lane at the Brentham Club on Meadvale Road, W5 1NP.
Brentham Cricket Club offers four competitive Saturday XI's playing league cricket in Middlesex, and two Sunday teams playing Cup, friendly and Sunday League cricket.
Our thriving Junior section is run by fully qualified, DBS accredited, ECB coaches and welcomes children from the age of eight upwards. We run six sides in the Middlesex South Area Colts League as well as organising friendlies across the age groups throughout the summer.
Our All-Stars programme provides boys and girls from 5-8 years old with 8 weeks of non-stop fun. The activity and game based programme is suitable for all skill levels, providing your child with the foundations to begin a lifelong love of physical activity and cricket, while making friends in a safe and enjoyable environment.
Every child that registers will receive a backpack full of goodies including a cricket bat, ball, activity book, personalised shirt and cap all sent straight to your door.
We pride ourselves on our friendly approach to serious cricket and our club loyalty is strong; over half our players are ex-colts.
Our very own Alison Delaney was presented with her Heartbeat of the Club OSCA on the hallowed Lord's turf during the Vitality Blast match against Hampshire on 22 August.
On Saturday 31 August, Ivor Chaplin scored his 800th consecutive match in the Middlesex County League, a milestone that was commemorated with a Book of Messages from some of the hundreds of players who have had their successes and failures marked with pinpoint accuracy over the past 47 years.
A new chapter in the history of Brentham Cricket Club began in April with Mike Brearley, Brentham CC Vice-President, England Ashes-winning captain, and former MCC President, officially opening the club’s new pavilion.
An Inspired new pavilion
Find out about Brentham CC's history of over 100 years including past players and stats.
Find out how to reach Brentham CC home ground for 1st/2nd XI and also how to get to 3rd/4th XI grounds
Check out this weekends team selection.
Find out whats going on at Brentham CC. Including social events.