More About The Organisation
About the Organisation
Frenchay Cricket Club was founded in 1846 and is one of the oldest Clubs in the Bristol Area. The original base for just over 100 years was on Frenchay Common, and the Bob Stone Ground at Common Mead Lane has been ‘home’ since1952. The Club is a ‘Focus Club’ and holds ECB/Sport England Accreditation. Frenchay CC has seven ‘Senior Teams’ - Six ‘Mens’ playing in the West of England Premier League, the Bristol & District League, the North Somerset Sunday Conference, a winter indoor league side playing in the Supercric8 league and a Women’s Teams playing in the Gloucestershire Women's' T/20 League.
A thriving Youth system has groups at Under 7 (mixed), Under 9 (Boys and Girls), Under 11 (Boys and Girls), Under 13 (Boys and Girls, Under 15 (Boys and Girls) and Under 17 (Boys).
The Club is also proud to launch ‘Frenchay Falcons Ability Cricket’ in 2014 for mixed groups at youth and senior levels, in partnership with the Olympic Legacy ‘Ignite Project’ and the Gloucestershire Cricket Board.
There are two sessions that run every Monday night from Frenchay Cricket Club for disabled cricketers aged 11-16 and 16 years and over from April 2015 and continues throughout the summer.
Our Facebook page is: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Frenchay-Cricket-Club/132169416848144
How do people access your service?
£40 membership a year
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Age of Users
Who can use your service?
Disabled Cricketers aged 11-16 years
Disabled Cricketers aged 16 + years
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