Club news: Indoor training begins for Harold Wood Cricket Club

PUBLISHED: 14:39 21 January 2015 | UPDATED: 14:39 21 January 2015

Harold Wood Cricket Club 5th team

Harold Wood Cricket Club 5th team


Harold Wood is looking to make sure that 2015 is another memorable year for the club.

The club has already entered a huge amount of tournaments, from under-9s to adults, for boys, girls, men and women. This includes the National Cup for the first time where the 1st XI have been drawn at home against Winchmore Hill. There is weekend and weeknight cricket with the club being in multiple Twenty20 leagues.

The club will also be hosting the eight-a-side Last Man Stands league again which was a really popular event last season.

The Women’s 1st XI has a new league format to deal with in 2015 where half their matches will be Twenty20, and they will be playing in a new coloured kit for every match.

The season may not start until mid-April, but there is plenty going on at the club before then.

Harold Wood Cricket Club is proud to announce that their under-19 team for 2014 will now be known as the Harold Wood Hawks.

The Hawks have entered the new English Cricket Board National under-19 tournament. Look on our website and future articles for details of their games.

Indoor training for the club has begun in time for the new season. Indoor nets take place on Thursdays from 7-9pm at Barking and Dagenham College, Rush Green Campus, Dagenham Rd, Romford, Essex RM7 0XU. If you are interested in joining the club and want to have a practice then contact Tom Clarke for details 07763607076 or

As ever check out and the club’s Facebook and Twitter pages for all the latest information on the club.

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