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Welcome To Cardiff Cricket Club


Premier League 1st Division - 2016

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Cardiff CC is the oldest and remains one of the leading cricket clubs in South Wales. 

The Club runs three senior teams each Saturday and a midweek team which all play in the local leagues. 

There is a thriving junior section with teams at under 9, 11,13 and 15 with close links with local schools.

The Club prides itself on its amateur status, excellent playing and training facilities and the fact that it is a family orientated club, rooted in the local community.

We are always looking for new players regardless of ability so please contact us if you are interested.

During the season, outdoor training sessions will take place at the ground Tuesday 6-8pm



Alex Milton signs professional contract


Alex Milton, who recently won the 1st XI batsman of the year award for the second year running, has this week signed his first professional contract with Worcestershire CCC, following Kiran Carlson into the first class game. Alex is in his second year of a sports degree at Cardiff Metropolitan University and has been with Cardiff Cricket Club for the last 2 seasons.

 

Kevin Lyons, Cardiff CC’s Advisor - cricket consultant, said “I am delighted that Alex has been offered a contract. I have monitored his progress over the last three years, and his attitude and commitment to improving his game has been what one would expect of an ambitious young player. He has during that time represented Cardiff CC in the South Wales Premier League as an opening bat scoring in excess of 1000 runs averaging over 50. He has played regular second eleven cricket for Glamorgan and Worcestershire, whilst representing Herefordshire in the ECB Minor county championship, and Old Malvernians in the cricketer Cup. I have never once heard him utter a word of being tired and wanting a rest, only ever wanting to play. The demands of keeping wicket and batting in the top order require a very strong mind and body, he has shown great application during his time at Cardiff. Nobody is more deserving of a contract than Alex ''

 Connor Brown, also a second year sport student at Cardiff Met has been invited to attend winter training with Glamorgan CCC.