Ross-on-Wye Cricket Club was founded in 1837. The club’s historic pavilion was built in
1887 and was restored in 2005 as part of the ECB’s NatWest CricketForce
initiative. Now, we are an ECB Focus Club for Herefordshire Cricket and
There are currently two senior men’s Saturday teams: the
First and Second XI play in the Worcester League whilst a senior Friendly XI
plays on a Sunday against local and touring teams.
The thriving seven team junior section is run by ECB
qualified coaches who all hold First Aid qualifications and up-to-date DBS
(previously CRB) certificates.
Junior training for 6-13 year olds (boys & girls) takes
place every Wednesday evening from April to September from 6-7.30 p.m.
Likewise, senior training (including boys & girls aged
14+) takes place every Thursday evening from 6-8 pm with a qualified ECB Level
The club enjoys a picturesque location, nestling under the
spire of St Mary’s Church and close to the beautiful River Wye, it really is a
wonderful place to play cricket.
This is a flourishing, family-friendly club
and new members are always welcome so, please get in touch by contacting our
Club Secretary Jim Lewis on 07432 523249 or firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to meeting you.