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29-09-2022 01:24 PM

Know anyone interested in playing cricket?

Streatham & Marlborough Cricket Club is a community-run (non-profit) cricket club based between Forest Hill and East Dulwich running cricket for 94 girls and 250 boys of all ages. We also have 30+ women forming two league teams and probably the largest men's section in the country.

You might have seen our junior or senior teams playing in places such as Mayow Park, Hilly Fields and Peckham Rye Park, amongst other venues including our home ground which is located where the South Circular meets Lordship Lane.

Across all sections, we welcome new players of all ages and all levels of experience.


Courses starting from 1st or 2nd week of Oct. Sessions are at either Forest Hill School or Charter East Dulwich.

17:00-18:30 "Under 10s, Under 11s (School years 5-6)" 4 spaces left

18:30-20:00 "Girls Under 11s, Girls Under 12s, Girls Under 13s (Girls in school years 6-8)" 7 spaces left

20:00-21:30 "Girls Under 14, Girls Under 15s, Girls Under 16s (Girls in school years 9-11)" 8 spaces left

17:30-18:30 "Under 6s, Under 7s (School years 1-2)" 12 spaces left

18:30-19:30 "Under 8s, Under 9s (School years 3-4)" 1 space left

18:30-19:30 "Under 8s, Under 9s (School years 3-4)" 9 spaces left for girls only

19:30-20:30 "Girls Under 10s (Girls in school year 5)" 6 spaces left



Sessions are run with a weekly focus across the three core cricketing disciplines and take place as follows:
Every Sunday from 6 November 2022 in the sports hall of Harris Academy East Dulwich. There is plenty of free parking on nearby streets.
There will be no training on 25 December or 1st January.
£10 per session (or £5 for concessions).



Starts from January. Email us and we'll put you on our mailing list for details. We normally run multiple sessions per week.


Full details are on our websites:

If you have any questions, just post a comment below, or send an email to the email addresses that you'll find on the website. Thanks.

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