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Updated Covid Guidelines – 17th May

Following the latest government update, the ECB have set out some changes to the previous off field restrictions. Further updates are expected in June. Please ensure you are symptom free before you travel to the venue.

Travel - car sharing is now permitted but you must follow the Govt guidance for safer travel

For homes games and before practice, players, officials, spectators and those using the club as a hospitality venue MUST sign in using the QR codes on the decking or by the nets.

Changing Rooms – use of changing rooms is now permitted but continue to be a high risk area. As a result, players should continue to arrive ready to play and spend minimal time indoors. There should be no more than 6 players in a changing room at any one time to ensure social distancing rules are maintained. Showers are also deemed high risk areas and will remain closed.

Teas – players and officials should continue to bring their own food and drink as teas will not be provided. Captains to ensure the opposition, umpires and scorers are aware.

Spectators are allowed to attend but must adhere to social distancing and the rules on legal gathering limits (ie max groups of 30).

Net Facilities & Practice Sessions - nets are available for formal and informal practice but members are reminded of their responsibilities in maintaining social distancing. Those attending senior (Tuesday) training must advise Head Coach James Bell in advance as well as signing in to the venue on arrival.

The clubhouse will be open for seated hospitality. Players, officials and spectators must not gather or circulate indoors unless adhering to social distancing and gathering rules and particular care should be taken during rain breaks. Anyone failing to follow instructions by captains, club officials or clubhouse staff will be asked to leave.

On field activity remains the same:

  • No sweat or saliva on the ball
  • Umpires will not touch the ball or hold player clothing
  • Wicket celebrations, drinks breaks and tactical discussions must be socially distant
  • Sanitisation continues every 6 overs / 20 minutes
  • Players and officials to comply with social distancing rules at all times
Watch this space for news of social events

January Sale!



Training kit is available directly from the clubhouse through our partners, D&P Cricket, and you can contact Riaz to purchase.

* Hoodies available early May.







A Message from our Chairman

Dear All,

Before the start of the league season next week, I wanted to ask all players irrespective of age, gender, ability and frequency of playing to ensure that when they are on the field they remember they represent Berkhamsted Cricket Club and more importantly themselves. In the heat of battle things can be said that upon reflection are best left unsaid and what might be judged as minor issues at the time become much larger with far greater consequences. We aspire to play hard and play fair but on behalf of the club we will not tolerate abusive or inappropriate behaviour at any time and neither will the league.

Fortunately we have had a very good reputation and record and I hope that remains the case for this season and many to come.

The league handbook is very clear on the rules and regulations and I would encourage everybody to have looked online to familiarise themselves with the key points as ignorance of the rules is not a valid excuse.

Hopefully the sun will shine this weekend and we can continue our perfect record in preseason friendlies before the league starts next week.

Good luck everyone.

Tim Buckley

May 8th - Washout!

The first week of the league season was entirely washed out for our teams, and so we move on with crossed fingers to next week, when the T20 side also has it's second fixture, away to Leverstock Green on Sunday (16th).

Herts T20 Cup Games



The club is entered into the Herts T20 Cup. Group fixtures are taking place on Friday evenings or Sundays, including a big double header on Sunday June 20th. The first fixture is on May 2nd away against Northchurch.

We're looking for a big push for qualification for the knock-out stages, asking for our strongest players to make themselves available and as many as possible to come down and cheer the team on!

Players please enter your availability as soon as you can. Spectators please put the dates in your diary and look forward to some great, social entertainment down at the club.

Outdoor Training for 2021

Training will currently only be available for organised sessions, i.e. Senior and Women's nets detailed below, organised junior training and any one-to-one or group coaching booked with our coaches.

Nets will not be available for casual use until April 24th. We are grateful for your continued support in ensuring a safe environment as we return to playing.

Senior Training
Outdoor training is on Tuesdays at the club 6pm - 8pm.

In order to control numbers as required by the COVID-19 restrictions, places at men's nets have to be booked via James Bell by emailing jamesbellcricket@gmail.com

Women's Training
Outdoor women's training is at the club on Thursdays 6pm - 7.30pm and Saturdays 9.30am - 11. Bookings are not required for women's training.

Only paid up members may book for any of the above sessions - prospective members are welcomed, please contact membership secretary Peter Dudley (petedudley@aol.com) if wishing to attend nets as a new member of the club

    
New Members Are Always Welcomed!

 
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.

To find out more take a look at our Looking to join a cricket club page.
 

Historical Stats 

This site currently holds all the stats for the 2008 season onwards. For stats prior to 2008, our old site is still available for your analysis by following this link.


To Hire the Clubhouse 

To hire the clubhouse for your function or event, see the Clubhouse Hire page for contact details here.
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Another 2 junior fixtures bite the dust tonight. More rain on the way. Rescheduling becoming a nightmare. The joys… https://t.co/dFl9aFrBIr

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Only a true club cricketer could come up with a perfectly rational explanation for this wonderful moment - respect! https://t.co/IyO81uAn7e

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Well we got one fixture and junior training in this morning before the afternoon fixtures were washed away by this… https://t.co/9Rcx54ltOy

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@RiazRichards Rained off when opposition were poised to win. We were bowled out for 53

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Our 2s, 3s and 4s games have already been called off today - what a terrible start to the season. 1s still hopi… https://t.co/AmHJytEzF3

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RT @ECB_cricket: Changing rooms and indoor hospitality can resume at cricket clubs in England from Monday, 17 May as the country moves into…

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Womens and Girls Training and the U11 Girls match are all OFF tonight. Too wet. #greatbritishsummer

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