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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, we have a thriving Coaching system and in 2017 we will run 16 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

Dates for the Diary

NOTE: The DCC Bar is now open daily, for Members, from 12 noon.

Winter Nets

Nets will run every Friday from 13 Jan 

from 8-9pm at Solihull College

(Winter nets are for Senior, U16, U15 and U14 junior players)

Nat West CricketForce

Plenty of Pre Season Jobs to be done

April 1st & 2nd

Junior Coaching starts on Fri April 21st

and will end Fri Sept 15th


Congratulations to Dave Ball

Dave has been selected as PLAYER OF THE YEAR 
for 2016 season by both the 
BDPCL (Birmingham & District Premier Cricket League) and the 
MCCC (Midland Club Cricket Conference)

Likely to be the first time this has happened.

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

More photos in Gallery 

Plus Photos from Awards Evening

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It is with great sadness that we have learnt that two Dorridge stalwarts have passed away.

FRANK KNIGHT, who just failed to make his Century, was a former First Team Skipper and Club Umpire. He was one of life's Gentlemen and an enthusiastic follower of Dorridge Cricket. 

DEREK JEWSBURY, a teammate of Frank's during the 1960's, was one of the best all rounders to have played for the club and also enjoyed his time as a Club Umpire. Derek passed away last April aged 90.

They will be missed. 


Goodbye to Frank and Derek

"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

Blog updated Dec 15th

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