Welcome to Moddershall Cricket Club’s Play Cricket site
Founded in 1922/23 in the village of Moddershall, the club has come a long way since the days of playing in a rented farmers field.
Sited in beautiful countryside our 2 grounds (Barnfields and Wrekin View) panoramic views stretch over Staffordshire, Shropshire and Cheshire making it one of the most picturesque grounds to play cricket. The facilities are undergoing constant improvements and the 4 bay artificial practice area located between the 2 pitches allows practice to take place even when matches are being played.
The club run 5 senior teams, 4 of which play on a Saturday afternoon in The North Staffordshire & South Cheshire Premier Cricket League and the other which plays in The Stone & District Cricket League on Sunday's. After winning promotion to the Premier Division our young 1st XI side consolodated their position during 2015 and now all of our senior teams have plenty to look forward to in 2016.
Our Academy, under the guidance of Andy Housley, one of our several ECB Level 3 coaches, continues to grow from strength to strength. We start coaching boys and girls from age 4 (reception) and with many of our youngsters coming through the junior ranks now playing cricket in our senior teams the future is looking very bright. We now have over 30 ECB qualified coaches & managers running the 13 teams and with the junior membership fast approaching 150 our strength continues to lie in low player to coach ratios.
Academy outdoor coaching commences on Friday 8th April, anyone interested in taking part or require more information please send an email to either email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org or call Andy on 07887 723 495.
As well our Senior and Junior teams we also have a thriving girls and ladies section. The girls play in The North Staffordshire Girls Youth League and the ladies run 2 teams in The South East Staffordshire Woman’s Cricket League and a team in The Midland Woman’s Cricket League.
Outdoor coaching for the girls and ladies commences on Wednesday 13th April 2015, anyone interested in taking part please send an email to email@example.com or call Dave on 07773 453 804.
Last but not least is our disabled section, the Moddershall 101’s that has over 30 players of varying disabilities who train throughout the year and who are a real credit to the club and the sport. It’s a section we’re very proud of. Anyone wanting more information with regards to this section please send an email to Margaret Hickman on firstname.lastname@example.org
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Twitter: @ModdershallCC & @ModdershallACC
Moddershall CC Academy Weatherline / Information Line:
07923 894 464
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