Nets Start This Week


Open to everyone! All ages and abilities are welcome. If you’re interested in joining come along for a net; the first one is free!

Senior indoor nets on Monday evenings at Wycliffe School, 18:45 to 20:15 – 13th Feb to 10th April.

Senior outdoor nets Tuesdays and Fridays at the SCG from 18:00 – 18th April onwards.

Youth indoor nets on Friday evenings at Marling School, 18:00 to 20:30 – 17th Feb – 7th April (start time dependent on age group). Youth registration will take place at the first indoor net on 17th April.

Youth outdoor nets at the Monday evenings at the SCG, 18:00 to 19:30 from 17th April.

The 100 Club

The Lucky Winners from July 2018’s draw:

1st prize K Daniels (£ 70.50),
2nd prize T Legg (£ 35.25),
3rd prize L Smith (£ 11.75)

Recent Previous Winners

June 2018 –
1st prize Jason Flannery (£ 70.50)
2nd prize Ali Bell (£ 35.25)
3rd prize Alan Dobson (£ 11.75)

May 2018 –
1st prize Chris Price (£ 70.50)
2nd prize Clive Eckersall (£ 35.25)
3rd prize Karl Senior (£ 11.75)

February 2018 –
1st prize H Whitenbury (£ 67.50)
2nd prize A Bell (£ 33.75)
3rd prize N Mills (£ 11.25)



Please join the 100 club!

Click here for Rules and Regulations

Download a standing order form

Would you like to be part of the Stroud Cricket Club 100 club? It costs just £5/month to take part with forms found at the end of the bar in the pavilion. Once filled in hand to Rick Carman or your team captain.

The Stroud CC 100 Club is a private lottery and is open to all Stroud CC members, friends and families. By joining the Stroud CC 100 Club you become a non voting member of the main club and would be eligible to receive a fixture card and discounts on hire of the clubhouse. Anyone aged 16 or over can join.

We are aiming to raise funds and at the same time offer people the chance of receiving a monthly cash prize.

Each month :

– There is a draw for 50% of the fund.
– This amount is divided between 3 lucky winners.
– 60% to the 1st drawn.
– 30% to the 2nd drawn.
– 10% to the 3rd drawn

The Fund is made up as follows:

– Each member buys a £5 subscription per month.
– For example, if we have 100 members the fund for that month will be £500.
– 50% will be used as prize money e.g. £250.
– The 1st prize will be £150.
– The 2nd prize will be £75
– The 3rd prize will be £25.
– You may buy more than one subscription per month.
– Payment is made by Standing Order monthly.


Recent projects funded by the 100 club:

The New Skittle Alley




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

ECB to Push Cricket this Season

There is going to be a huge push on marketing cricket around England. The England Cricket Board have revealed their plans to create a new buzz for the sport. Starting in March, cricket is going to be advertised on the radio, by celebrities and by every local club around the country. All Stars Cricket is the brand associated with this movement. It is going to target more people than ever, and you are going to hear about it.

For more information visit the website here.

New Helmet Safety Measures

The ECB has recently announced new helmet safety measures, which are being introduced with a view to reducing the risk of head and facial injuries within the game.

Click here to read about helmet safety, understand the key elements of these changes and what they mean.