Glazebury Cricket Club's origins date back to 1896 when it was founded under the name of 'All Saints Glazebury Cricket Club', and links directly to 'Bury Lane Cricket Club', which existed as far back as the 1860's ('Bury Lane' being the original name for village of 'Glazebury').
The Club as it stands today is managed by volunteer officers that make up an Executive Committee, elected at the Annual General Meeting, which is usually held in November.
For season 2018 we have 2 open age teams competing in the Cheshire Cricket League's Division 4 and Division C North, and we are affiliated to the Cheshire Cricket Board. We have an open Constitution and a rolling Development Plan, and are registered with the Inland Revenue as a Community Amateur Sports Club (CASC). We also received recognition as an 'All Stars Cricket Centre Club' in 2017, giving children the chance to play, learn great skills & meet new friends.
***** We are always looking for new players (Seniors & Juniors) to join our Club; no matter what your skill level or experience, whether you have played cricket previously or are new to cricket, we'd love to hear from you & any of your friends who may also be interested in joining us! Please see our 'About the Club' page for who to get in touch with. *****