Sport provides great mental and physical health benefits for our society, and cricket is no exception. However, we all have a duty of care to ensure that our cricket clubs operate within a safe environment.
This practical guide for players has been developed in consultation with medical experts and in line with both ROI and NI Executive Government Guidelines. It outlines the robust measures Cricket Ireland and the Provincial Unions strongly recommend clubs to implement and maintain to help safeguard all members during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This will allow all of us to get back to training safely, improving the wellbeing of members across Ireland.
Fantastic Night had at the annual Club Dinner Dance & Awards night
We have lots of plans for 2019!!
Nets times for 2019 are as follows:
Upcoming Events in March and April 2020.
You should have already seen the email about the AGM
Its on the 17th October at 7:30 pm in the Burnaby in Greystones.
Please can you let Cillian (email@example.com) know if you would like something on the Agenda.
Please see a note below from out new youth co-ordinator.
The club is looking for a coach for the 2017 season. This is a paid position dependant on experience with at least Level 2 coaching qualification.
The suitable applicant will run a training schedule for the three men's teams, ladies and u-13s as well as other duties. For more see below.
Annual Awards Night 2016
We had a good crowd and a great night at the Horse and Hound pub for our 2016 Awards Dinner and dance. A very special award was presented to David Drane as Clubman of the Year for all his hard work. Awards for batting and bowling were presented by club chairman Paul Daniel to the following:
Bat - Anne Newton
Bowl - Angela Hickey
Bat - Peter Speedel
Bowl - Colm Hatton
Bat - David Cavanagh
Bowl - Peter Baxter
Bat - Ian Smale
Bowl - Ian Oliver
Bat - Manpreet Singh
Bowl - Martin Potts
Bat - Michael Kirke
Bowl - Manpreet Singh