Monday 10th AprilSussex Premier League Club Delegates Pre-Season Meeting (Hove)
Wednesday 12 April 2017 East Sussex League pre-season open meeting. 7.30 pm Buxted Park
Saturday 22nd April Pre season friendly practice match v Bexhill.
Pre season Social Night & Subscriptions Come along and get in the habit of enjoying the club banter
Friday 28th April 1st Session Junior Training starts 6.15 arrive by 6.00 for registration prior to session starting Training fee £3.00 per person or £30 for 13 weeks advance payment
Saturday 29th April 1st X1 T20 match
Saturday 6th May Start of League Season
Saturday 27th May Karryinup Cricket Club arrive
Sunday 28th May 40 over match v Karryinup
Thursday 8th June T20 match v Karryinup
Monday 12th June Karryinup depart
Monday 11 Sept Sussex Premier League Club Delegates end of season meeting (Hove)
Friday 3rd November East Sussex League Annual Dinner
Cumberland Hotel Eastbourne BN21 3YT
Wednesday 8th November East Sussex League AGM 2017 7.30pm Buxted Park
Friday 10th November Sussex Premier League Presentation Dinner (Hove)
Monday 13th November Sussex Premier League 2017 AGM (Hove)
This season we are are again honoured to have 3 Overseas Players from Mackay Queensland Australianow Old friends Joel Bruun along with Lochie Whitehead & Tim Critland..They have all Wintered in the UK and after a successful season last year keen to get cracking again. Additionally we will have the services of Aaron Durelli for the season. Every one will know we have strong friendships with Norths in Mackay but not everyone will be aware that our Australian connections started with Karryinup Cricket Club in Perth. We are delighted to announce that they are once again touring the UK in May / June they are staying at Crowhurst Park and using our club as our UK headquarters. Arriving here on May 27 we are due to play them on 28th May (40x40) and on June 12 (20x20) So once again our pavillion will be full of Aussie accents & no doubt our bar will be busy
Every year we try to make improvements to the facilities at the club. Last year it was Mobile Pitch CoversThis year out of necessity we are in the process of refurbishing the kitchen area in the club house. Also we will be giving the Pavilion exterior a much needed coat of paint. Please pitchin and help when the time comes.
First Silverware of 2017 was secured when Nick Taylor and his indoor team retained the prestigious Eastern Area Cricket Association Indoor Cup.Well done to all concerned.
Second Silverware of 2017 secured by our glorious U14 indoor team winning the title un-beaten with one match remaining Congratulations to all especially Colin Ayres
Our Sponsors & Supporters
We are delighted to haveClaremont School as our official club sponsor and proud to wear their logo on our match shirts. Our partnership includes priority access to Claremont Senior School new and fully equipped sports hall as our Centre of Excellence. The centre' officially opened by former England stars Mike Yardy & Ed Giddings, enables our team of ECB qualified coaches to deliver coaching of the highest standards to young cricketers from clubs & schools in the community.
Claremont School announce their forthcoming Open Mornings on May 8th & May 9th for more details visit
Our ground is located within the Crowhurst Park Holiday Villagein an area of outstanding natural beauty. Our Club and its members are always grateful for the encouragement & support of our President Mr Colin Simmons
Welcome to Crowhurst
Park Cricket Club
Take a look at our website heading above and note the Pelham
Buckle. The emblem became the Pelham family crest in 1356, then 56 years later
the village of Crowhurst was bequeathed to John Pelham by King Henry 1V. So,
began the history of Crowhurst Park.
The Lord of
the estate formed the Cricket Club in
1836 and it is recorded that on the 28th of May 1895 a match was
played between Crowhurst Park and Crowhurst village in the gardens of the Manor
House before the ground was moved to the current location. The Pelham buckle
can be seen displayed on many prominent buildings in the area and it remains a
central part of our club badge proudly respected and worn by all club members.
Today we are a prospering ambitious club with strong family
virtues and community values. Our ground is located within the Crowhurst Park
estate in an area of outstanding natural beauty with outstanding views across
the Sussex countryside stretching to the English Channel. We operate completely
self-sufficient with total responsibility for the maintenance of our
facilities. We have four adult teams playing in the Sussex Premier and East
Sussex leagues. Our thriving Junior Section runs five teams playing local
competitive cricket. Additionally, we have Sunday and Mid-Week matches and our
recently formed Ladies Section play with great spirit and more than a little
Our pavilion forms the all-important social centre of
the club to which we offer a warm and friendly welcome to everyone