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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 Junior Section believes in putting fun and enjoyment at the heart of your child's cricketing experience. We do not have a win at all costs mentality but, instead, look to develop your child's cricketing skills through games-based sessions designed to be entertaining and educational at the same time.
All our sessions are run by enthusiastic, qualified coaches who will create a safe and enjoyable environment to learn the game, whatever your child's experience level.
While enjoyment is at the heart of what we do, we also have a track record of helping players maximise their potential. More than half our adult players on a Saturday and Sunday are former or current junior members, while we also have players representing Middlesex, London Schools, and Ealing Borough among our current membership.
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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