Interested in joining Berkhamsted Cricket Club?
We are always pleased to welcome new members to the Club. Whether you are a player, supporter, coach, scorer or umpire you will be welcomed by the Club. Over the last few years our membership has increased in size significantly and we are always hoping to increase this further.
Anyone can play cricket for us, whether you're a top level player or a total novice. We cater for all standards with five sides on a Saturday, two on a Sunday and fourteen colts (junior) sides from Under 9 to Under 15, including girls, who can play either in mixed teams or girls-only teams. Children as young as 6 can train at the club on Sunday mornings as well.
As well as experienced cricketers moving into the town, we've had several players join the club recently who had never previously played cricket and they have all been given matches and have all significantly improved. If you want to give cricket a try for the first time, Berko is the place for you.
To join the club please contact :
Julian Dent (Club Chairman) - 01442 863389 email@example.com
Mark Lewarne (Junior Section Manager) 01442 877165 firstname.lastname@example.org
Simply come along to one of our training sessions and introduce yourself. Winter training for seniors starts on Sunday, 3rd February.
Seniors train at the Knox-Johnston Sports Centre on Sunday evenings (7to 8pm) and in the summer on Wedneday evenings from 5.30pm onwards. These sessions are applicable to all players. There is
one-on-one batting coaching available (with bowling machine).
Junior coaching sessions are by application to Mark Lewarne, the Junior Section Manager, as times vary by age group and places are in demand.
Please download and complete the form, here, to supply us with your details if looking to join the club. The form can be mailed to the membership officer, Peter Dudley, Peter.Dudley@northgate-is.com
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