Bar Hill Cricket Club currently has an adult Saturday league team competing in the CCA Junior League & Lower Junior Cup and a Midweek team competing in the CBHL. The club also arranges several friendly matches each season. We always welcome new players of any ability. We are also actively trying to build a Youth Section. For more information or to join, please email: email@example.com
Bar Hill Cricket Club is based in Bar Hill, just outside Cambridge.
The address for our ground is:
Bar Hill Village Hall
- Upon entering the village exit the roundabout at Crafts Way. (The exit after the Hotel.)
- Follow the road round the village, and take the ninth exit on your right, The Spinney.
- Take the first right and follow round into the village hall car park.
The changing rooms can be found at the car park side of the village hall. The pitch is on the village green on the far side of the village hall.
For Saturday matches all selected players are expected to arrive at the Village Hall by 12.30pm, unless alternative arrangements have been made with the captain. Matches start promptly at 1.30pm.
Arrangements for midweek and friendly matches vary, so please confirm arrangements with the appropriate captain.
All players are expected to pay their match fee to the captain before the game commences. Fees for the 2016 season are as follows:
£5 annual membership for adult playing members
League match: Adult: £12 // Concessions: £6
Midweek & any other adult T20 match: Adult: £5 // Concessions: £3
Friendly match: Adult: £10 // Concessions: £5
£15 annual subscription for youth members
Concessions are: the captain, those aged under 18, those in full-time education, those who are unemployed and in receipt of benefits, and those who are aged over 65.
All players are expected to take turns at umpiring and scoring as required. If you are not sure how to umpire or score, there are many people in the club that would be willing to teach you.
All players are expected to help in getting the pitch ready before the game and putting everything away after the game. This includes assisting with the following:
- Poles to be removed from/returned to square
- Umpires coats with bails
- Setting up/clearing away teas
- Ensuring drinks are prepared
- Helping with umpiring and/or scoring
- Plus other duties as required
The tea rota consists of the players who played the most games for the club in the previous season (not including team captains). If you are unable to do the week you have been allocated, please swap with someone else. As the season progresses, extra games may be arranged, and you may find yourself added to the rota. Instructions of what to do for the teas is also below.
Wherever possible, the minimum number of cars practical to transport players and kit should be used. If you a regular passenger, please consider giving the driver a donation towards their petrol costs.
Youth fees will be £15. This covers all outdoor training sessions and matches. Youth fees should be paid at the beginning of season and should be submitted with a completed youth membership form. Indoor training sessions will be subject to a small extra charge.
Parents/Carers are kept informed of matches and training sessions by regular email communications.
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