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DORRIDGE CRICKET CLUB

Dates for the Diary

NOTE: The DCC Bar is now open daily, for Members, from 11am.


Sat Dec 17th

Club Christmas Party (Plus Elvis is Back)

Sat Dec 24th   from 6.30 onwards

Traditional Carol Singing 

Sun Dec 25th   

Bar open and Christmas Lunch available

New Years Eve Party



Head's Up for Winter Nets

Nets will run every Friday from 6 Jan 

from 8-9pm at Solihull College












Congratulations to Dave, Don & 
the First & Third Team Guys

 1sts are promoted back to the Premier Div 
of the Birmingham League as CHAMPIONS of Div 1.
and the 3rds promoted as Champions to Div 3 
of the Cotswold Hills League. 


Double Champions !

Great win on Sat Sept 17. DCC Champions Div 1.

More photos in Gallery 

Plus Photos from Awards Evening


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Dorridge Cricket Club (incorporating Hockley Heath CC) are members of the Birmingham & District Premier Cricket League and The Cotswold Hills League. Our First Team play in the Premier Division of the BDPCL. 

We run 3 Saturday sides and from 2017 we will play friendly Sunday cricket. Dorridge is also proud of its achievements in Junior Cricket and we have a thriving Coaching system and in 2016 we ran 15 Junior sides. 

The Clubhouse is open all year round, and we welcome new members, whether playing or social.




Our BUY A BRICK campaign continues, 

for details please download the PDF files 

from the  Document Library  on the Header above

or send an Email HERE











Blog updated Nov 22nd



LATEST BLOG

Awards Evening
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"Ending the war with one leg four inches shorter than the other, 
Alex Johnston felt he was entitled to a runner when he batted, 
but was not permitted to do so in the county game."


You must read this David Frith Article

on WWI Cricketers


   
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