St Annes Cricket Club

Vernon Road, St Annes-on-Sea, Lancs FY8 2RQ

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Northern Premier League Division One Champions

1952, 1996, 2005, 2007, 2009 and 2011

Northern Premier League Division Two Champions

2003, 2005 and 2008

Tel: 01253 721849

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Junior Section Thriving At St Annes

We presently run 8 junior teams from under 10 to under 17. This means we have over 50 players taking part in competitive cricket representing St Annes CC.

The players range in ages from the youngest at age 7 up to our 17 year olds. We also run a thriving Kwik Cricket group on a Friday evening which helps to generate our stars of the future.

This season we have also seen many of our junior players selected to play cricket at District level (run by the Lancashire Cricket Board) and representing the league at under 15 Level.

It has further been very pleasing to see many junior players representing the senior teams on a regular basis in addition to several 18/19 year olds who’ve progressed through the junior teams to our First and Second XI.

The Junior Committee at St Annes CC recognise the value of a strong junior structure and are committed to actively promoting and funding our junior section. I wish to thank them for the help and invaluable support they provide.

Neil Bradley

Junior Cricket Chairman

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Did you know?

St Annes U10s re-wrote the record books in their first game of the 2010 season at South Shore by becoming the only U10s team in league history not to lose any wickets in their innings.

Prior to then, the fewest wickets lost in an U10s league game was two.

The league record breaking team were: Alex Bradley (Captain), Kamran Iqbal, Kyle Skelly, Jake Cuff, Nathan Bend, Josh Taylor, Andy Drake, Rohan Yousaf, Jamie Van Wyk, Aidan Preston and Alexander Douglas. Well done boys, we're very proud of you!

Did you know?

England and Lancashire all-rounder Andrew Flintoff joined the club as a 12 year old junior player in 1989 and made his first team debut for St Annes in 1992.

Did you know?

The best individual Division Two Northern Premier League bowling performance by a St Annes player was by right arm medium bowler Ken Pike with 10-10 in 1961.

Did you know?

1948 saw Bill Lawton, (husband of Dora Bryan) score 135 not out against Leyland Motors and he followed that by taking 7 for 28. In 1951 he took 7 wickets for only 3 runs against Lancaster.