Located in the stunning Vale of Pewsey, Wilcot Cricket Club has a rich history and is proud to play on one of the most picturesque pitches in the county. We offer players a fantastic opportunity to play competitive cricket with our Saturday side playing in division six of the Wiltshire County Cricket League., while the Sunday side participate in a number of friendlies throughout the season.
Junior cricket is very important to Wilcot Cricket Club and our youth section provides coaching and matches for boys and girls at under 9 and under 11. The under 9 squad will again be competing in a number of festivals on Sunday mornings, while the under 11’s play in the Kennet Development League on a Friday evening.
Although we have invested heavily in recent years to develop the ground and facilities we’re not resting on our laurels. A new pavilion has been built and the process started to gain ECB Clubmark accreditation.
Anyone looking for a club with first class facilities and great people should get in touch. Contact details can be found here.
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Congratulations to all the players from the U9’s section this season. The coaches nominations for player of the season included Ed Silcock, Charlie Foss-Smith, Freddie Tregoning, Dougal Gorvin, Jonty Shanagher & Daisy Lawson Johnston with the trophy finally...
Captain's Report On a glorious late summer's day, Wilcot's intrepid warriors set off to take on the mighty Devizes 2 at the sports ground adjacent to Wiltshire Police HQ. With Devizes Carnival clearly in full flow given the nearby fairground music, most of the...
On Saturday 19th August, the Wilcot 6-a-Side competition made a welcome return to the Old School Ground after a 16 year hiatus. On the day there were three teams from Wilcot CC and one visiting side from Collingbourne & Avon Valley CC. The format was such...
Captain's Report On a sometimes cloudy but mostly very warm afternoon, Wilcot welcomed local rivals Burbage to fhe Old School Ground. Among the familiar faces of the opposition was Jake Kinderman who had 'cut his teeth' under Wilcot's current captain and then had...
Captain's Report On a bright but not overly warm afternoon, Wilcot's faithful braved the traffic through Devizes, more traffic and roadworks in Bradford-on Avon and finally the road closed at the entry to Winsley village. Having steered our way through these hazards...
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Nets have been cancelled for next wee, (29th), but will re-commence the following week as normal.
Message from Jane:
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Foundations are down!
After considerable effort the fundraising sub-committee, led by Jane Williams has secured the funds to build our new pavilion. Work will commence around the 20th March 2016, and should be completed in time for the start of the season.
The structure will look something like this with the addition of a clock tower.