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Welcome To Lingfield Cricket Club

Lingfield Cricket Club is one of the oldest cricket clubs in the country having been established circa 1750. Our three picturesque grounds in and around Lingfield make a delightful place to play and watch cricket.

Our 1st XI and 2nd XI compete in their respective Premier Divisions of the Fullers Surrey County League; our 3rd and 4th XIs in the Sussex Cricket League (SCL). We operate two Sunday sides and a Midweek XI, compete in a Twenty20 midweek evening league and play occasional Veterans XI games.

Junior sides represent the club at U8 to U17 age groups in the East Surrey Colts League, North & Mid Sussex Junior League and IDentilam Colts League. We also compete at U11 to U16 in the Sussex Cricket Festival, at the Tunbridge Wells U17 Festival and in the National U19 Cup. In addition we have a growing Girls and Ladies team, the Girls taking part in local tournaments.


1st XI - 3rd (for 4th year running!), by beating Whiteley today

2nd XI - 5th - lost to Whiteley today

3rd XI - 8th - avoided relegation by getting 11pts today at Hurstpierpoint

4th XI v 9th - relegated

Best Bowling 2018 - A Daw 7 for 80, 1st XI v Battersea Ironsides (league)

Best Batting 2018 - S Brownsey 204 no, 1st XI v Godalming (cup)

U12 East Surrey and Identilam League Champions 2018       



Lingfield's fine new tractor and mower were often in evidence this summer under the expert control of Michael Davey at our 3 grounds. Gatwick Airport Community Trust contributed a generous £2000 towards the purchase