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Beverley Town Cricket Club Indoor nets: Seniors at Beverley Grammar Wednesdays 7-9pm, Juniors at Longcroft starting Wednesday 4th March. See News for more details...

Welcome to Beverley Town Cricket Club

We have four senior men's teams playing Saturday league cricket, Under 18s on Sundays and junior teams at Under 9, 11, 13, 15 and 17 levels. Senior cricketers wanting to play a good standard of league cricket are always most welcome.

2014 final positions

1st XI YDSCL Premier - 7th; 2nd XI Div 2S - 1st; 3rd XI Div 4E - 3rd; 4th XI Conference 1 - 7th; Under 18 XI Intermediate League - Playoff Winners

Updated YDSCL statistics (1998-2014) are now available in the document library in the news section

FOR UP TO DATE INFORMATION AND NEWS ON BEVERLEY TOWN CC GO TO

https://www.facebook.com/bevtowncricket 

https://twitter.com/BeverleyTCC

http://www.hu17.net/category/beverley-sport/cricket-beverley-sport/

SPONSORSHIP

MANY THANKS TO NEIL MCKENZIE AT MEZA9 WHO HAS RENEWED HIS SPONSORSHIP DEAL FOR ANOTHER TWO YEARS. THE CLUB IS EXTREMELY GRATEFUL TO NEIL FOR HIS CONTINUED AND VALUABLE SUPPORT. 


Beverley Town CC Timeline   

 

  • Cricket recorded as being played in Beverley since the 18th century.
  • Matches were played on Beverley Westwood.
  • 1862 Beverley Town Cricket Club began, in its present form.
  • 1884 The club moved to a ground on Mill Lane.
  • 1909 The club moved to Norwood Park.
  • 1914-18 Norwood Park used by the military during The Great War.
  • 1919 Beverley's Peace Celebrations held at Norwood Park.
  • 1920s The club started playing league cricket
  • 1939-45 The club was opened to armed forces personnel during World War II
  • 1948 Beverley Town Cricket & Recreation Club formed.
  • 1961 A second pitch was added.
  • 1964 BTC&RC became a Registered charity.
  • 1964 The clubhouse was built.
  • Between 2000 and 2010 the ground was refurbished with upgrades to the pavilion and clubhouse, a new electronic scoreboard, and a three-bay hard net facility
  • 2009 saw major celebrations to mark the centenary of sport at Norwood Park
  • 2012 saw the 150th anniversary of the club marked by a number of celebratory events.