Sport & Leisure Tattenhall offers village cricket at its best, on one of the finest grounds in the county. Cricket has been played in Tattenhall since about 1864, playing at its current location since 1905. The playing conditions and amenities are second to none.
Tattenhall Cricket Club welcomes players from all ages and offers both competitive and social play at every level. Senior practice is on Tuesday evenings with the club fortunate to have some of the finest practice facilities around, including freshly re-laid nets this season. The club fields two League XIs, a Sunday friendly XI, as well as an Over 40s XI, generously sponsored by Jackson Stops, which plays on Wednesday evenings.
Junior practice and matches take place on Thursday evenings for both the Under 15s and Under 13s. A number of new developments are being put in place for junior cricket. Preparations for the launch of the ECB's All Star (5-8 year olds) and Dynamos (8-11 year olds) schemes at Tattenhall are now complete. In partnership locally with Swayne Johnson Solicitors, and in collaboration with the ECB, Cheshire Cricket Board and aligned to The Hundred, both schemes place emphasis on fun and inclusion ensuring that cricket is enjoyed by all in these younger age groups. Both All Stars and Dynamos will start on Monday, 17 May with taster sessions on Monday, 26 April.
Visiting teams and spectators are always warmly welcomed at Tattenhall Cricket Club, and new Twitter, Instagram and Facebook accounts keep everyone up to date.
The club welcomes new players of all ages and abilities. For further details and up-to-date arrangements with respect to Covid guidelines, please contact Jon Beddow on 07545 246751 or email@example.com or click on the following link: pitchero.com/clubs/tattenhallcricketclub.