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UMPIRES & SCORERS REQUIRED

Blackheath Cricket Club's 2nd, 3rd & 4th XIs, who all play in the Kent Premier League structure, have an ongoing need for match officials. 

The roles hold a generous match fee and the Club is happy to support individuals with training & qualifications.

If you are interested in taking up such a role for the 2016 season or sooner, please contact the Club Chairman Jon Taylor:

jon.taylor6@btopenworld.com 

USEFUL LINKS

Blackheath CC main website: http://www.blackheathcc.com

Blackheath CC Club Shop: https://shop.kalibazar.co.uk/club/blackheathcc


LATEST NEWS

Sikandar and Ahmed toast Sandwich

Blackheath's 1st XI maintained pressure on the Premier League leaders with a comfortable victory over relegation-threatened Sandwich Town on Saturday.

Batting first, Jahid Ahmed (35) and Dipayan Paul (20) added 61 for the first wicket in good time before Paul was caught at the wicket. Regular wickets then fell but as it became apparent the surface would not be quite as conducive to heavy run scoring as Rectory Field pitches have been thus far this season, Warren Lee settled in to compile a well crafted 56. Captain Chris Willetts (27*) and James Hands (15*) then pushed the final total up to a highly competitive 213-8.

Ahmed and Tanweer Sikandar took the second innings new ball and as it turned out, no other bowlers were required as they tore the east coast side apart. No batsman managed to get into double figures and all but one dismissal was either bowled, LBW or caught off the edge - Ahmed finishing with 4-24 and Sikandar bringing an end to proceedings with 6-25.


OTHER CLUB NEWS

  • Club secure T20 finals day slot thanks to Sikandar 69, and Ahmed 66 & 3-17
  • 2nd XI back to winning ways with 5 wicket win at the Mote (Foster 93*)
  • 3rd XI go down at Rainham despite James Smith's 5-44
  • Martin Longstaff (66*) can't save 5s from Beckenham defeat


Blackheath CC 1st XI @ the Kent T20 Finals Day

Sunday 26th July @ Beckenham Cricket Club, Foxgrove RoadBeckenham, London, BR3 5AS


Blackheath CC 1st XI V Swardeston CC 1st XI

Quarter Finals of the National Club Championship

Sunday 9th August @ The Rectory Field, Charlton Road, 
Blackheath, London, SE3 8SR

PLAYERS GALLERY
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BACKGROUND


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 7 league teams every Saturday, up to 3 teams 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.

   
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