It is with great sadness that we note the sudden death of former Scarborough President Harry Gration. He was President of the Club for two years, 2006-2007. Harry was a huge supporter of North Marine Road, the cricket Festival and all it represented that was valued in the game. He will be sorely missed. Our sincere condolences to his wife Helen and all his family.
The club are delighted to announce that we have passed our food hygiene inspection, receiving a 5 star rating!
The ECB has confirmed the announcement of the women’s and men’s domestic fixtures for next summer will be released as early as possible in 2022. The creation of a fixture list is a complex task that requires certainty around many factors including tour schedules, venues for all internationals, men’s and women’s, and other major matches. … Read more
Members Lunch Update Due to lack of numbers and the news of the new COVID outbreak, the club has decided to cancel the members lunch which was scheduled for Friday 17th December. Those who have already paid, please call the office and we will process a refund for you. We are hoping to plan one … Read more
Statement from the Board of Scarborough Cricket Club 31st October 2021. Mr P Harrand to stand down as Chairman. Paul Harrand is to stand down as Chairman of Scarborough Cricket Club on the 31st October 2021 The Board thanks Paul for his hard work during a particularly challenging period for the Club. We are pleased that Paul … Read more
STATEMENT FROM SCARBOROUGH CRICKET CLUB 28.10.2021 Mr Rob Richtering Scarborough Cricket Club announces the departure of CEO Mr Rob Richtering. Rob has worked for the Club since 2016 and managed the transition of accounting and administration practices at the Club. His hard work over those years has had a huge impact on the … Read more
It is with great sadness that the Club learned of the passing of Richard Sherwood. Richard played for Scarborough Cricket Club during arguably the Clubs most successful era between 1976 and 1981. He was a member of the squad that reached two John Haig trophy finals in 1976 and 1981. Richard also played for Yorkshire … Read more