St Annes Cricket Club

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

Official Website

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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St Annes CC First XI Northern Premier Cricket League Champions 2011
St Annes CC Second XI 2012 Cricket Team
St Annes CC Third XI Palace Shield League Champions 2011
St Annes CC Fourth XI Cricket Team 1992
First XI Northern Premier Cricket League Champions 2009
First and Second XI Northern Premier Cricket League Champions 2005
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Sri Lanka Vs St Annes, Dinuk Benefit Match Aug 2012
St Annes CC Third XI 2012

First XI, Second XI, Third XI, Sunday Team and U19

Quicklinks: First XI Second XI Third XI Womens XI Sunday XI U19 T20

First XI

The First Team compete in the Northern Premier Cricket League, Division One. We won the title in 1996, 2005, 2007, 2009 and most recently in 2011, and were runners up in 2001 and 2003. We also compete in the Readers Cup, the ECB National Knock Out and the NCPL T20.

Matches start at 1pm unless stated otherwise.

First XI Fixtures 2018

Date Playing Home/Away League/Cup
Sat 31 March Baxenden Home Friendly
Sat 07 April Lostock Home Friendly
Sun 08 April Lowerhouse Home NPCL Div 1
Sat 14 April Todmorden Home Friendly
Sat 21 April Penrith Home NPCL Div 1
Sun 22 April Ainsdale Away ECB National Knock Out
Sat 28 April Netherfield Away NPCL Div 1
Sat 05 May Fleetwood Home NPCL Div 1
Sun 06 May Blackpool Away NPCL T20
Sat 12 May Leyland Away NPCL Div 1
Sun 13 May TBC TBC ECB National KO Round 2
Sat 19 May Garstang Away NCPL Div 1
Sat 26 May Blackpool Home NPCL Div 1
Sun 27 May Fleetwood Away NPCL T20
Sat 02 June Chorley Away NCPL Div 1
Sat 09 June Morecambe Away NPCL Div 1
Sun 10 June Denton West or Bootle Home Lancs Knock Out Round 2
Sat 16 June Preston Home NPCL Div 1
Sun 17 June Blackpool & Fleetwood Home NCPL T20
Sat 23 June Barrow Away NPCL Div 1
Sat 30 June Fulwood & Broughton Home NCPL Div 1
Sun 01 July TBC TBC Lancs Cup Round 3
Sat 07 July Penrith Away NPCL Div 1
Sat 14 July Netherfield Home NPCL Div 1
Sat 21 July Fleetwood Away NPCL Div 1
Sun 22 July TBC TBC NPCL 40 Over Cup Round 1
Sat 28 July Leyland Home NPCL Div 1
Sat 04 August Garstang Home NCPL Div 1
Sun 05 August TBC TBC NCPL 40 Over Cup Round 2
Sat 11 August Blackpool Away NCPL Div 1
Sat 18 August Chorley Home NCPL Div 1
Sat 25 August Morecambe Home NCPL Div 1
Mon 27 August Fulwood & Broughton Away NCPL Div 1
Sat 01 September Preston Away NCPL Div 1
Sat 08 September Barrow Home NCPL Div 1
Quicklinks: First XI Second XI Third XI Womens XI Sunday XI U19 T20

Second XI

The Second Team compete in the Palace Shield Division 1B. Formerly competing in what was the Northern Premier Cricket League, our 2nd XI won the title in 2003, 2005 and 2008 and were runners up in 2001 and 2004. We also compete in the Loxham Cup.

Matches start at 1pm unless stated otherwise.

Second XI Fixtures 2018

Date Playing Home/Away League/Cup
Sun 08 April Lowerhouse Away Friendly
Sat 14 April TBC Away Friendly
Sat 21 April Vernon Carus Away Palace Shield Div 1B
Sat 28 April Morecambe Home Palace Shield Div 1B
Sat 05 May Leyland Away Palace Shield Div 1B
Sat 12 May Fleetwood Home Palace Shield Div 1B
Sun 13 May Preston Home Loxham Cup Prelim Round
Sat 19 May Garstang Home Palace Shield Div 1B
Sat 26 May Blackpool Away Palace Shield Div 1B
Sat 02 June Chorley Home Palace Shield Div 1B
Sun 03 June TBC TBC Loxham Cup Round 1
Sat 09 June Netherfield Home Palace Shield Div 1B
Sat 16 June Fulwood & Broughton Away Palace Shield Div 1B
Sat 23 June Longridge Home Palace Shield Div 1B
Sat 30 June Lancaster Away Palace Shield Div 1B
Sat 07 July Vernon Carus Home Palace Shield Div 1B
Sat 14 July Morecambe Away Palace Shield Div 1B
Sat 21 July Leyland Home Palace Shield Div 1B
Sat 28 July Fleetwood Away Palace Shield Div 1B
Sat 04 August Garstang Away Palace Shield Div 1B
Sat 11 August Blackpool Home Palace Shield Div 1B
Sat 18 August Chorley Away Palace Shield Div 1B
Sat 25 August Netherfield Away Palace Shield Div 1B
Sat 01 September Fulwood & Broughton Home Palace Shield Div 1B
Sat 08 September Longridge Away Palace Shield Div 1B
Sat 15 September Lancaster Home Palace Shield Div 1B
Quicklinks: First XI Second XI Third XI Womens XI Sunday XI U19 T20

Third XI

The Third Team compete in the Moore & Smalley Palace Shield Competition, Division Three. We were Division 5 Moore & Smalley Palace Shield 2011 champions.

Matches start at 1:30pm unless stated otherwise.

Third XI Fixtures 2018

Date Playing Home/Away League/Cup
Sat 21 April Whittingham & Goosnargh Home PS Div 3
Sat 28 April Mawdesley II Away PS Div 3
Sat 05 May Blackpool III Away PS Div 3
Sat 12 May Eccleston II Home PS Div 3
Sat 19 May Ingol Away PS Div 3
Sat 26 May Charnock St James Away PS Div 3
Sat 02 June Great Eccleston III Home PS Div 3
Sat 09 June Leyland III Away PS Div 3
Sat 16 June New Longton II Home PS Div 3
Sat 23 June Fulwood & Broughton III Away PS Div 3
Sat 30 June Torrisholme II Home PS Div 3
Sat 07 July Whittingham & Goosnargh Away PS Div 3
Sat 14 July Mawdesley II Home PS Div 3
Sat 21 July Blackpool III Home PS Div 3
Sat 28 July Eccleston II Away PS Div 3
Sat 04 August Ingol Home PS Div 3
Sat 11 August Charnock St James Home PS Div 3
Sat 18 August Great Eccleston III Away PS Div 3
Sat 25 August Leyland III Home PS Div 3
Sat 01 September New Longton II Away PS Div 3
Sat 08 September Fulwood & Broughton III Home PS Div 3
Sat 15 September Torrisholme II Away PS Div 3
Quicklinks: First XI Second XI Third XI Womens XI Sunday XI U19 T20

Womens XI

The Womens Team compete in the Lancashire Women's Cricket Development Group 40 over Thunder Hardball and T20 Competitions.

Matches start at 1pm unless stated otherwise.

Womens XI Fixtures 2017

Date Playing Home/Away League/Cup
Fri 21 April Leyland CC Home 6pm start T20
Sun 04 June Leyland CC Home 1pm start Thunder League
Sun 11 June South Lakes Maidens CC Home - start time TBC T20 League
Sun 25 June Tornados CC Home 12:30pm start Thunder League
Sun 02 July Blackpool CC Away 12:30pm start Thunder League
Fri 07 July Blackpool CC Home 6pm start T20 League
Fri 09 June Tottington St Johns CC Away 1pm start Thunder League
Sun 13 August Egerton CC Away 12:30pm start T20 League
Fri 25 August Blackpool Away - 6pm Thunder League
VIEW THE WOMENS XI 40 OVER THUNDER LEAGUE TABLE >>
Quicklinks: First XI Second XI Third XI Womens XI Sunday XI U19 T20

U19 ECB Twenty20

Throughout this summer, hundreds of clubs across England and Wales will be taking part in a new competition, the NatWest U19 Club T20. It is a vibrant competition that lets young players take ownership in their club.

Fast lively matches, a great social atmosphere and a chance to make the club look and feel different for one night a week. St Annes Canons play Blackpool, Thornton Cleveleys and Vernon Carus.

U19 2017 Fixtures

Date Playing Home/Away League/Cup
Wed 21 June Clitheroe Away (Date TBC) 1st Group Qualifier
Thu 06 July Lytham Away 2nd Group Qualifier
Mon 10 July Blackpool Home 3rd Group Qualifier
Mon 24 July Longridge Home 4th Group Qualifier
VIEW THE U19 T20 LEAGUE TABLE >>

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.

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Did you know?

St Annes Cricket Club have been Northern League Division One champions on six occasions, in 1952, 1996, 2005, 2007, 2009 and 2011.

We've been Division Two champions three times, in 2003, 2005 and 2008.

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.

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Former club Professionals include Rohan Kanhai (West Indies), Graeme Fowler (England), Jerry Kirton (Barbados), Stuart MacGill (Australia), Eldine Baptiste (West Indies), David Callaghan (South Africa), Geoff Love (South Africa), Jimmy Adams (West Indies) and Shane Harwood (Australia).

Our present Pro is Dinuka Hettiarachchi (Sri Lanka), a left arm, slow bowler and right hand batsmen who's played test cricket for Sri Lanka. Dinuka has an impressive 1st class tally of 673 wickets at an average of 21.47 with an economy rate of 2.88.

Junior cricket...

Did you know?

For the 2014 season, there are 8 teams representing St Annes Cricket Club at junior level:

U10, U11A, U11B, U12, U13A, U13B, U15A and U17s.

Did you know?

St Annes Cricket Club were the first Northern League champions in 1952.

Did you know?

St Annes Cricket Club disbanded during the First World War. The ground became a Royal Horse Artillary training centre.

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The club record for the most runs scored in a season by an amateur in Division One is held by Ian Austin with 1075 runs with an average of 63.24 in 2006.

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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.

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?

St Annes Cricket Club moved to its present ground in 1925.