Siddington Cricket Club were re-formed in 2017 after laying dormant for around 50 years. Earliest written reference to the club was from the Wilts & Glos Stardard in 1857 when Siddington CC played Cirencester 2nd XI. Games were played on the Siddington recreation ground for the next 100 years before the club folded in the late 1950’s, many of the older residents remember the club in their previous existence.
Today Siddington CC are a mix of villages and residents of the surrounding area who play predominantly for the enjoyment of the game. Most matches take place mid week evening and some Sundays against other village teams throughout the Cotswolds. We ensure everyone gets involved either batting or bowling, hopefully both. Siddington CC is all inclusive with everyone welcomed what ever their ability, age or gender.
At present we play our home games at Ampney Crucis, four miles from Siddington, while we are actively looking for a field to establish a wicket so that we can return cricket to the Parish.
Should anyone wish to play, support or find out more information please contact Jon Hughes 07947-805819 or email@example.com
As the Siddington Playing Field will be unavailable for cricket the foreseeable future and the ground at Ampney Crucis not available on a Sunday, Siddington Cricket Club will be playing home matches at Meysey Hampton this season.
The opening game is Sunday 25th April against Selsley & Rodborough. Followed by Wednesday 28th against Wanborough. Both games at home
Siddington Cricket Club recently held their presentation evening at their headquarters The Greyhound Inn. Awards went to, Batting Jack Thomas, Bowling Alan Fuller, Most improved player Joe Rendall, Rosie Rumble captains cup Jon Hughes. Outgoing Chairman Malcolm Moseley presented a cup for the clubman of the year, which was presented to Alan Fuller.
Alan Fuller was elected the new the Chairman at Siddington Cricket Club’s recent AGM, as Malcolm Moseley has decided to step down after several years in the position. Malcom remains the club’s President. All other officers were re-elected; Secretary Alan Poole, Treasurer Matt Ulyett, Fixture Secretary Jon Hughes, Club Captain Joe Rendall and Vice-Captain Sam Harper.
The good weather in September enabled Siddington Cricket Club to play right to the end of the months this year.
Wins were gained over Stroud Post Office by 18 runs, Kempsford by 5 wickets and Wild Duck by 33 runs.
We lost by 7 wickets to Tewkesbury and 8 wickets against Slaughters United.
The game against Bradley Stoke was drawn.The club played 25 games in 2021: 11 were won, 11 were lost and 3 were drawn.