Ross-on-Wye Cricket Club was founded in 1837. The club’s historic pavilion was built in 1887 and restored in 2005 as part of the ECB’s NatWest CricketForce initiative. Ross CC enjoys a picturesque location, nestling under the spire of St. Mary’s church and close to the beautiful River Wye. It's a glorious place to play cricket. Ross CC is an ECB Focus Club for Herefordshire Cricket and ClubMark accredited. This is a flourishing, family-friendly club and new members are always welcome.
There are three senior men’s teams: the First and Second XI play in the Worcester League and the Third XI play in the GB Liners’ Marches League. A Ladies XI was re-established in 2012 and plays a series of Friendly fixtures. A Friendly XI plays on a Sunday against local and touring teams.
The thriving 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 and girls) takes place every Wednesday evening from mid-April to September.
Senior training (includes boys aged 14+) is every Thursday evening from 6-8 pm with a qualified ECB Level III coach.
Senior training for Women (includes girls aged 14+) is every Friday evening from 6-7.30 p.m.
Please get in touch by emailing us: firstname.lastname@example.org or ring the Secretary, Therese, on 07866 702205. We look forward to meeting you.