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Welcome to the updated Read Cricket & Bowling Club Website

Here you will find all the latest News, fixtures, results, team and player statistics and for those who don't follow Twitter - you can even catch up with the latest 'tweets'.

To get the most from the site you can join as a member, but feel free to browse anyway. There is even a potted history of the club including a full list of professionals dating back to the early 20th Century.

Let us know what you want to see and we'll try and add it to the site. Email your ideas to either Steve Lowes or Joe Marshall.

At the moment, there is nothing about the Bowling section, but hopefully we can get a Bowling Club News page set up and keep it updated for you.

Come along and join us.......

New players are always welcome at Read CC. We welcome boys and girls from 6 years old to learn to play cricket. We also welcome older players who want to play senior cricket. Senior training nights are Tuesday and Thursday from 6:15pm. Just come along and say hello - ask for Kyle (1st Team Captain) or Warren (Co Chairman, Child Welfare Officer and 1st Team player).

Junior training night is Friday 6:15 - 8:00 throughout April to August. We provide organised coaching with qualified coaches with CRB clearance.  All boys and girls welcome from age 5 and over. Just come along. We'll just need to get some details from your parent / guardian and away you go.

That's exactly how the majority of our 1st XI and other senior players started - i.e. as juniors on a Friday night.