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Blackheath Cricket Club - Premier League Cricket in central south and east London

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Blackheath, Kent & England U19 
Batsman Daniel Bell-Drummond
Blackheath and Bangladesh Batsman 
Mohammad Ashraful
Blackheath and former Kent 
All-Rounder Warren Lee
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Blackheath & former Essex
All-Rounder Jahid Ahmed
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Blackheath & Kent Seamer
Ivan Thomas
Blackheath, Hobart Hurricanes & Mumbai
Indians Batsman Aiden Blizzard
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WELCOME TO THE PLAY-CRICKET SITE 
OF BLACKHEATH CRICKET CLUB

Blackheath Cricket Club is one of the leading cricket clubs in London. Formed over one hundred and fifty years ago and sporting a colourful history, Blackheath fields 8 teams every Saturday, 3 on a Sunday and also operates an extensive youth section as well as a growing women’s section. The 1st XI play in the Premier Division of the Kent League, one of the strongest amateur cricket leagues in the UK.

The Club’s 2nd, 3rd and 4th XIs also play in to the Kent Premier League structure making the number of opportunities available for high level cricket at one club relatively unique. As such the Club has recently opened a new second ground at the Academy in Woolwich.

The Club’s other XIs, Sunday teams, midweek programme and vibrant social scene mean there is a place for everyone from current internationals to complete beginners.

Blackheath also has one of the leading youth sections in the UK, regularly progressing to the latter stages of the ECB National U13 and U15 Cup competitions. An ECB Focus Club with Clubmark accreditation and a wealth of experienced coaches, Blackheath provides an environment where young people can enjoy the game recreationally but also supports a steady stream of young people to access county age-group squads.

Blackheath Cricket Club is situated in the London Borough of Greenwich but serves much of central south and east London. As such the Club prides itself on a diverse membership with players from around the UK and around the world currently calling the Club’s Rectory Field ground home.



2014 TEAMS:

1st XI ~ Kent League Premier 
2nd XI ~ Kent League Premier
3rd XI ~ Kent League Div 4 (1st XI)
4th XI ~ Kent League Div 2 (2nd XI)
5th XI ~ Kent Regional League - 1A Metropolitan
6th XI ~ Kent Regional League - 2A West
7th XI ~ Kent Regional League - 1C South Thames 
8th XI ~ Kent Regional League - 2B West 

2 Senior Sunday teams
Cup 1st XI ~ National Cup & London Knockout
Sunday 1st XI ~ South London Sunday League 

Women's Cricket ~ See www.blackheathwomens.playcricket.com



2013 TITLES:

 

1st XI ~ CCC Cup Runners Up
1st XI ~ National T20 Cup South Area Runners Up
1st XI ~ National T20 Cup Kent County Champions
2nd XI ~ Kent League Premier (2nd XI) Champions
3rd XI ~ Kent League Div 5 (1st XI) Champions

U15 XI ~ National U15 Cup Kent County Champions
U15 XI ~ NKJL (Div 1) Champions
U14 XI ~ NKJL Frank Knott Cup Champions
U13 XI ~ National U13 Cup Kent County Champions
U13 XI ~ NKJL (Div 1) Champions
U12 XI ~ NKJL Harry Bright Cup Runners Up
U11 XI ~ NKJL (Div 1) Runners Up




Our old play-cricket site is currently still archived at:

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Blackheath and Kent 
All-rounder Calum Haggett
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Blackheath and MCC YC
All-Rounder Dipayan Paul
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Blackheath and former Warwickshire 
Seamer Tom Mees

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NEWS

BLACKHEATH POSTER FEATURED IN V&A COLLECTION

It was recently revealed that a poster aimed at recruiting new players to the Club during the 1980s was featured in a collection of cricket related items on display in London's Victoria & Albert Museum. 

The display was put together to celebrate the back to back Ashes year of 2013, and as well as a Vanity Fair magazine print of WG Grace and a photo of Denis Compton playing cricket with Buddy Holly, the poster designed by the Club's very own Lyndon Williams was included.

Is any Westcombe Park residence really complete without its own "Wezell"?