Cricket Playing Membership

If you are interested in joining the cricket club as a youth player please contact the Youth Section Manager or the relevant youth team manager, or for senior players please contact the Club Captain or 1st XI or 2XI Captains.

Membership forms are available at the clubhouse or from the Membership Secretary. The Youth registration form can be downloaded here (.doc Word document).

Playing membership rates

Due to the impact of the Pandemic on the 2020 season, the 2021 rates have been reduced

  • Adult playing membership – £5o 
  • Student playing member – full-time education u24: £30 
  • Adult ladies Playing membership – £10
  • Family membership £10
  • First Child £30
  • Additional child £20

Payment

These proposed fees relate solely for the 2021 season, with rates returning to full price for the 2022 season (Full membership including indoor nets was £110 for the 2020 season).

Membership fees are due before the 1st MAY 2021, and all members wishing to play adult cricket this coming season, are encouraged to register, and pay as soon as possible.  This will provide the club with a much needed financial boost, and also prevent your captains from chasing you throughout the season. Those who do not pay up before the 1ST MAY 2021 will not be eligible for selection.

In an effort to minimise contact, and the handling of money and paper documents in the current climate, membership fees will need to be paid via an online bank transfer into the club bank account.

The Club Account details are as follows:

Sort Code –  30-90-91

Account Number –  77792368

As in previous years, players will also be required to complete an online registration form. This is non-negotiable, and required for insurance purposes, so please complete this ASAP. The link for this online registration form can be found at:

https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/C9DDWR9

Gift Aid it!

As in previous years we ask for a voluntary donation at the same time as the membership fee. The Cricket Club is registered with the Government as a Community Amateur Sports Club (or “CASC”) and as such is entitled to claim “Gift Aid” on all qualifying donations made, in the same way as charities are able to. This enables us to claim back 25p in every £1 donated. Taking this approach it enables us to keep membership fees low for everyone however we emphasise that this donation is entirely voluntary and does not affect selection.

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