Summer Training 2017

We start Monday evening outdoor training at the club from 6pm for all youth age groups starting 17 April  through till the end of the summer term.

See individual age group pages for more details of times and match days.



This coming Easter Monday April 17 we will be holding our Registration Evening at the club.  We will start at 6pm, there will be an opportunity to sign your youngsters up for the season,   meet with the coaching team and other parents, enjoy the bar and a barbecue and play a bit of Kwik cricket.

To help with catering, please let me know if you are likely to be there and if so how many are likely to want to buy something from the barbie.

Registration Forms will be available on the night, but if you wish to complete them in advance, they can be downloaded below

Full coaching will start the following Monday and continue throughout the summer term.

All Stars Cricket Launch!

ECB’s All Stars Cricket Programme is coming!

With the aim of introducing 50,000 more children to cricket, ECB has designed an 8-week course set to start in May around national cricket clubs.

Stroud Cricket Club has signed up to this programme, to provide boys and girls from 5-8 years old with a fun first experience of the sport. The activity and game based programme is suitable for all skill levels, giving the children the foundations to begin a lifelong love of physical activity and cricket, while making friends in a safe and enjoyable environment.

Our course takes place on Saturdays 10:30 – 11:15, from 20th May until 8th July

New players will receive a backpack containing cricket gear including a cricket bat, ball, personalised shirt, cap and a water bottle to get them started!

For more information visit the ECB website

To register your child online now


2 Media students from Cirencester college are putting together a promotional video for the club as part of a work experience project.

They are hoping to film some footage of the club in full swing during registration evening  at other times through summer.

We have on record detail those of you who have previously let us know that their children should not be photographed, and we will ensure that those wishes are respected.  If anyone has not informed us of this but needs to please let one of the coaching staff know or  by email to


Women’s Cricket


Efforts continue to bring more female players into the game of cricket. 

Attached is a flyer from GCB and their new initiative This Girl Can.  If you or anyone you know might be interested in getting involved, please let us know.

If we did start sessions along these lines, when would be best for you – Sunday Mornings, Saturday Mornings or some other time?

Please email if you or someone you know may be  interested.

GCB Women’s SoftBall