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Welcome To Cardiff Cricket Club

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

The Club is delighted to have secured 4 trophies during the last seven days of the season; Welsh Cup, South Wales Premier League 1st and 2nd Division Championships and the Vale of Glamorgan Midweek T20 Cup. A brilliant end to a fabulous season. Well done to all involved.

Glamorgan County Cricket Club Success for Talented Young Cricketers


(The following was addressed to the elected members of City of Cardiff Council by Paul Orders)

"It also gives me great pleasure in congratulating Prem Sisdoya and Mujahid Ilyas, two of the city’s very own very talented young cricketers,. The two teenage spin bowlers have become the first British-born Asian’s to be selected as members of Glamorgan County Cricket Club’s Academy. They also featured in Cardiff Cricket Club’s hugely successful 2014 season - one of the highlights of Cardiff’s year as European Capital of Sport.

I am told that left arm spinner Prem and leg spinner Mujahid claimed 73 wickets between them over the course of last season at an average of a only 18.5 runs per wicket. The teenagers have both represented Wales at under-14 and under-15 level and have also formed part of the under-17 squad captained by their club colleague, seventeen year old Kiran Carlson.

Huge congratulations to them both for being such fantastic ambassadors for the city. I look forward to hearing about how their respective cricketing careers progress next season."

This is a great success for the Prem Sisdoya and Mujahid Ilyas, and the Lord Mayor wishes them both  all the very best with  their Cricket careers.


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