Cricket News


Summer Nets in 2018:

Our weekly training for players looking to play for Liverpool Cricket Club’s four competitive open age category teams will commence on Thursday 5th April 2018 and will run each week from 6:00pm – 8:00pm at Liverpool Cricket Club until the third week in September 2018.

Players interested in joining Liverpool Cricket Club and playing for one of our open age category teams are welcome to attend. Any new player enquiries can be directed to Rory Nelson who’s details are available via this link.


Liverpool Cricket Club 2018 Sponsors Announced:

The cricket teams at Liverpool Cricket Club are proud to announce our open age-category sponsors for the 2018 season.

Playing Shirt – Main Sponsor:

International commercial law firm Hill Dickinson LLP will be the main sponsor of our open age category playing shirts for the season.

Hill Dickinson LLP have offices in the UK, mainland Europe and Asia. Their people deliver advice and strategic guidance acting as a trusted adviser to businesses, organisations and individuals across the globe and from a wide range of market sectors, advising on non-contentious advisory and transactional work through to all forms of commercial litigation and arbitration.




Playing Shirt – Associate Sponsor:

We are pleased to have Iceland as a sleeve sponsor on our open age category playing shirts in 2018.

Iceland is a unique British business with over 900 stores throughout the UK.

They are the leading specialist retailer in frozen foods and for many years have led the market in innovation, under their own iconic brand, delighting customers with exciting new lines that they simply cannot buy anywhere else.  They also stock a wide range of Grocery and Chilled products, and benchmark their prices against all the other retailers to ensure that they offer the same quality as the major supermarkets at a lower price, or better quality at a matching price.

No one can match the convenience of the Iceland offer, combining:

  • Frozen food – easy to prepare, with minimal waste
  • Easy to shop local stores
  • Free home delivery of in-store purchases over £20
  • The UK’s best online shopping service – voted by Which? for the third consecutive year in 2018.

In January 2018, they also became the first retailer in the world to commit to eliminating all plastic from their own label products.

Go to to start shopping and discover more.




T20 & Training Shirt – Main Sponsor:

Boxed Off Communications is a PR Agency which manages and enhances reputations. Whether a big brand, a not so big brand or a high-profile individual who wants to be in the news (or out of it), we’ve been there and done it and have got the case studies to prove it. Follow us @boxedoffcomms or contact us on 0151 304 7017 for more information.






Playing Shirt – Not For Profit Partner:

Opening Up Cricket is a not for profit, community interest company based in Liverpool. Liverpool Cricket Club will continue to support their work during the 2018 through initiatives and by helping to develop awareness of their work on the right sleeve of our open age category playing shirts for the season. Opening Up Cricket promote the themes of mental wellbeing and suicide prevention across the UK and the rest of the cricketing world through cricket. The organisation focuses on positive mental health, crucial to improving player performance and wellbeing.







Winter Nets in 2018:

Weekly indoor nets for players looking to play for Liverpool Cricket Club’s competitive open age category teams in 2018 have been organised and will take place in the sports hall at St Francis Xavier’s College in South Liverpool (accessible via Woolton Hill Road) from Sunday 21st January 2018 until Sunday 25th March 2018.

Each indoor nets session will run from 11:30am – 1:00pm.

Players must pay either £30.00 to participate in all sessions or £4.00 per week.

Owen Jones


1st XI Are Promoted As Champions in 2017:

Liverpool Cricket Club’s 1st XI capped off a fine season on the field by capturing the Liverpool & District Cricket Competition second division championship.

Captained by Matt Jackson the 1st XI led the league table for the majority of the season and picked up the required points to seal the title at Southport Trinity on the penultimate weekend of the season.

Henry Charlton led the 1st XI batting with 701 league runs at an average of 50.07, whilst Tushar Mahambrey scored 494 league runs at an average of 38.00.

Spinners Peter Kelly and Jared Clein had impressive seasons with the ball. Peter Kelly took 66 league wickets and Jared Clein 51 league wickets, both took their wickets at an average of 12.80.

The 1st XI also made the semi-finals of the 45 over competition.