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  • “The Bank Clerk Who Went To War” Only £17.50 In The Club Shop.

    “The Bank Clerk Who Went To War” Only £17.50 In The Club Shop.

    Former Northamptonshire and England batsman David Steele has collaborated with Andrew Radd and Ian Addis to produce a fascinating book, “The Bank Clerk Who Went To War”. It is on sale in the Club shop for only £17.50. Although he made his Northamptonshire debut in 1963 he sprang to prominence …Read More »
  • Mahony rewarded for Coaching contributions

    Mahony rewarded for Coaching contributions

    Robert Mahony, coach of the Northamptonshire Womens County team attended the Edgbaston Test to be rewarded with his Coach of the Year award; this is what he had to say about the day: “On Thursday 2/08/18 I was fortunate to be invited to receive a ‘Coach of the Year award’ during …Read More »
  • Northamptonshire OSCAs Winners Announced

    Northamptonshire OSCAs Winners Announced

    The NatWest Outstanding Service to Cricket Awards aim to reward the contribution that volunteers make to the game. Nominations were received for volunteers from the traditional cricketing environments (clubs, leagues, boards), and in addition from emerging environments such as Higher and Further Education, Community Programmes, Workplaces and Recreational Park Leagues. …Read More »
  • Saints prevail in U13 County Cup finals

    Saints prevail in U13 County Cup finals

    The 2018 Vitality Under 13 National Club Championship was contested between 4 teams in a tournament format. There were two semi-finals, the first between Isham Cricket Club and Towcestrians Cricket Club and the second between Northampton Saints Cricket Club and Bowden Cricket Club. The winners of each would face each …Read More »
  • Geddington triumph in U15 County Cup final

    Geddington triumph in U15 County Cup final

    Overview The Vitaly Under 15 National Club Championship 2018 was contested between 3 teams following the unfortunate withdrawal of Old Grammarians before the tournament began. That left Geddington Cricket Club, Overstone Park Cricket Club and Brackley Town Cricket Club to battle it out in a round robin format to determine …Read More »
  • Apply to be a Cricketeer at the 2019 ICC World Cup

    Apply to be a Cricketeer at the 2019 ICC World Cup

    The ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 is recruiting a record number of volunteers in England and Wales to help make one of the world’s biggest sporting events a success next summer. 4,000 ‘World Cup Cricketeers’ are being recruited across a variety of roles, including Spectator Services, Hospitality, Broadcast Operations and …Read More »
  • New General Data Protection Regulations to affect Cricket Clubs from May

    New General Data Protection Regulations to affect Cricket Clubs from May

    As you may have heard, from 25th May 2018 new regulations come into force concerning how organisations gather, store, share and dispose of information. These regulations may have implications for your Cricket Club. The ECB have worked with Data Protection lawyers to provide guidance for clubs with the introduction of …Read More »
  • Northants Youngsters in unforgettable Cook experience

    Northants Youngsters in unforgettable Cook experience

    Two of our County Age Group cricketers had a fantastic opportunity to work with former England Captain Alistair Cook at Lords last week, in a trip arranged by their school, Lodge Park Academy in Corby. Caitlyn Connelly, a member of our Girls Under 13 squad who also plays for S&L …Read More »
  • Register now for 2018 NatWest CricketForce

    Register now for 2018 NatWest CricketForce

    2018’s NatWest CricketForce will take place across the weekend beginning Friday 23rdMarch. This year ECB are encouraging clubs to take part in activities that will help create family friendly environments such as upgrading access for people with disabilities and improving changing and toilet facilities for women and girls. The registration …Read More »
  • Fraudsters target Cricket clubs

    Fraudsters target Cricket clubs

    Northants Recreational Cricket has become aware of a scam currently being aimed at cricket clubs within our and surrounding counties. It involves fraudsters setting up fake email accounts in the name of senior committee members at the club, then using these accounts to ask the club treasurer to transfer amounts of club …Read More »