SelseY criCket & social Club
Message from the Chairnan Andy Horner.
There will be a working party at the Cricket Club, and Volunteers are needed to help put club to bed for winter , pitch etc.
This will be this Sunday 26th September from 10am.
Hope you can come along and lend a hand.
Thank you to everyone turned out for this years Beer and Rounders 2021
We had 13 teams take part this year, and early morning showers, the sun came out, the rest of the day went very well, with a very good turn out of players and spectators.
Thanks to all,the club members who helped run the bar, preparing the pitches, scoring and umpiring.
The Winners this year were “Running Empty”
The plate winners “The Umpire Strikes back”
Many thanks to MSJ Jewellery Services who supplied the Shields, and supplied fantastic engraved Mugs.
MSJ Jewellery Services Ltd
138 High Street
Telephone: 01243 696726
Long-standing members will have fond memories of Jim Crowley who has sadly died recently following a long illness. Jim and his wife Gill, who survives him, were both stalwart members of the Club They first joined in the early 70s and Jim served for many years as Captain, fundraiser committee member and project manager for the building of the existing pavilion.
Our sincere condolences from everyone at the Club, to Gillian and Family.
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Updates on the new new building project and more news from the Club Chairman Andy Horner can be found in Horner’s Corner.
Everyone at Selsey Cricket Club would like to congratulate Mike Nicholls on being awarded the British Empire Medal, in the Queens Birthday Honours for Services to the community in Selsey.
Team Photo Selsey v Slindon 1st June.
Subscriptions are now due.
Selsey Cricket Club Subscriptions for 2021
Senior Men’s Player’s. £35
Senior Ladies Players £25
Colts Member (Under 18) £12
Social members with Vote £25
Social members without a vote £12
Sports Dream charity 1142665 has been encouraging sporting activity in Selsey for the past eight years. During this time we have also been fundraising to create a joint clubhouse for the cricket and football clubs.
The facility will also have a strong community use for young and old alike. All necessary permissions are in place and we aim to start building in May.
So far we have raised 80% of the costs.
Will you help us reach our target please?
If you would like to make a donation our bank details are
For further details or gift aid please call 07508716037
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Come and join us as a player or social member, We are a Friendly, but competitive Club, running a men’s League side, 1 and sides.
We also run several Junior sides.
We are looking for players and all abilities from Juniors up.
Whatever your age or ability, we can find a place for you, at your level.
We a very friendly and inviting club , with outdoor nets, clubhouse with bar.
If you are interested in playing for us, please email us on email@example.com
We also welcome Social and Non Playing members, and people interested in Scoring, Umpiring, and helping with Juniors coaching.
Membership of Selsey Cricket Club is open to all applicants regardless of age, ability, disability, gender, race, ethnicity, sexuality, nationality, religious belief or social/economic status.
Selsey Cricket Club was founded in 1834 and is one of England’s oldest cricket clubs.
One of the clubs most famous members was the late B.B.C. astronomer Sir Patrick Moore, C.B.E.
Sir Patrick was a former Club Secretary, and an active playing member, and was an Honorary Life Vice President.
A former President of Selsey Cricket Club was Hubert Doggart, O.B.E., MA. who played for Sussex and England
The Pavilion has now been renamed the Sir Patrick Moore Pavilion .
The Sir Patrick Moore Pavilion The Recreation Ground, Paddock Lane, Selsey West Sussex PO20 9BB
Pavilion telephone number (Match days and bar opening days only) 01243 602148