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Welcome to the Play-Cricket Homepage of Bexhill CC


You can also find us at www.bexhillcricketclub.co.uk

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Bexhill Cricket Club is a thriving club based at the Polegrove just a big six runs off the seafront. We field five teams on Saturdays in both the Sussex and East Sussex Leagues with our 1st XI playing in the Sussex Premier League.

We boast of an ever growing junior cricket section offering cricket to local Primary and Secondary school children with teams starting at Under 9's and going through to Under 18's. We also have established and recognised links with local schools and colleges.

The club has been home to current Yorkshire CCC wicketkeeper Andy Hodd, Essex CCC all-rounder Ashar Zaidi, former England spinner Monty Panesar, Zimbabwe test player Craig Ervine, ex New Zealand internationals Heath Davies and Richard Petrie, current Queensland Bulls and Brisbane Heat bowler Mark Steketee and Melbourne Renegades wicketkeeper Andrew Harriott.

New members are always welcome. For further information please email: info@bexhillcricketclub.co.uk


Development opportunities available:-

As provided/promoted by our friends at the Sussex Cricket Foundation. 

BECOME A COACH - Next Course: The Deans Leisure Centre, Longhill High School, Falmer Road, Rottingdean, BN2 7FR – For more details please visit - http://bit.ly/2gD7Nmo

ONLINE CLUB SCORER COURSE - This course is suitable for complete beginners who want to score on a regular basis, or for existing scorers who want to improve their skills – This resource is free and to register please visit http://bit.ly/2i9yClM

ONLINE OCCASIONAL UMPIRE RESOURCE – ECB ACO have released an online resource aimed at helping cricketers who might umpire 10 overs on a weekend / Junior Game, do it better. This course was created to improve the match day experience of club cricketers who, in previous National Players surveys, had identified the quality of umpiring as an important element of game day satisfaction - The course is completely free of charge, someone who is interested just has to register on the following link - http://bit.ly/2kMQ28M