The Cricket club welcomes all new players to their club and boast a sociable and inclusive environment whether you are a cricket pro or complete beginner!

The club currently have 2x outdoor teams and 1x Indoor team who compete in BUCS.

Cricket training is at South Northumberland Cricket Club who provide exceptional facilities allowing our teams to excel year on year.  

On top of all the fun you’ll have competing and training, you’ll enjoy a variety of social events organised by the club making it the perfect opportunity to play the sport you love while having a great time and making new friends.

We are also pleased to announce Cricket will be a part of Social Sport programme taking place at our brand new Coach Lane nets. Dates and Times are TBC so keep an eye on this page and our Social Media pages for more information.  


Day: Sunday 3 October

Time: 14:00 - 16:00

Location: Coach Lane Sport Centre, Main Hall 


Day: Sunday 3 October

Time: 16:00 - 18:00

Location: Coach Lane Sport Centre, Main Hall 

All sessions will be bookable via the NUSport App, which can be found on your App store or by clicking here. If you haven't already got an account with us you will need to create one before you can book onto sessions. This can be done by clicking 'Account' within the app or using this link and click 'Sign Up Now'. Follow the process and you will be sent a pin via your email which you can login to our app with. Any questions, come into our centre and our staff will help you, or send us a message using the messenger link or via our Instagram

Club Costs

Teams that compete in BUCS will have coached training sessions, travel and use of playing kit included in their membership fee.

Cricket Club (BUCS): £260

If you have been sucessful at trials you will be given a BUCS card. You will need to bring this to reception in order to purchase your membership.

Training Times & Venues

Wednesday: 11:30 - 15:30,  South Northumberland Club (Indoor)

Key Contacts

Head Coach: James Lunn 

Club President: Dylan Bacon

Club Captain: Matt Kimmitt