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Welcome to High Roding Cricket Club - Our 127th Year
High Roding 1st XI play in Division 2 of the TC Rippon Mid Essex League. 
The 2nd XI play in Division 4 of the Herts & Essex League
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We are an ambitious and fast growing club who are always on the lookout for new players and social members. Email awburns91@gmail.com for more information on joining at senior or junior level
For information about joining our hugely successful colts section, please use the general enquiries email address.

League winners 2010, 20:20 Davis Cup 2014 

2nd XI Winners of Lords Int'l 20:20 Shield 2012
Mens Riverside Indoor League winners 2012/2013

 







  

HIGH RODING CRICKET CLUB

 

VISION STATEMENT

To provide the best cricket experience for all members

MISSION STATEMENT

1. We will provide competitive cricket for all adults, colts and mini sections of the club.

2. We will provide excellent cricket facilities and coaching in a secure and friendly atmosphere of the club

3. To provide village cricket within a social and relaxed ambience in a picturesque countryside setting

4. We will continue to invest and improve our existing pavillion, ground and net facilities and plan to construct a new pavilion on the ground.

 

THE BRAND

  • Traditional family accredited village cricket club, close to Great Dunmow
  • A successful 1st XI in the Premier Division of the T Rippon League.Winners in 2010Semi-finalists National Village KO Competition 2011
  • Provides a vibrant youth and mini section for boys and girls every Friday, often attracting 70-80 young cricketers with coaching from ECB coaches, along with competitive age-matched fixture lists
  • Club is affiliated to England Cricket Board, Essex County Cricket Board & West Essex Cricket Board
  • Two adult Saturday league teams and six colts teams and one ladies team (new in 2016)
  • Gold Award winners 2013, 2014 & 2015, Essex Playing Fields Association
  • An excellent batting square, highly commended by ECCB umpires and players
  • Licensed bar and food premises
  • A Presidents Day end of each summer
  • Provision of school cricket outside of school curriculum
  • Club Mark 2013-16
  • Five qualified and trained Child Welfare Officers, all committed to safeguarding children and young people
  • Regular social and fund raising events throughout the season



   
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