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Members of the Cheshire Alliance Cricket League.

New players of all abilities are welcome. See 'About Us' section for contact details.

IF YOU ARE A MEMBER MAKE SURE YOU HAVE REGISTERED ABOVE, and check to see if your E-mail address is correct in your profile.

For any enquiries about the function room, please contact Joan on 07873 404282.

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Current News

Cliff Slack
Posted by Ian Hodgson: 15:00pm, 6th August 2014

Following the recent death of Cliff Slack, the club would like to offer its condolences to his family, and would like to inform fellow club members that his funeral will take place at 2pm next Tuesday, the 12th, at Dukinfield Crematorium, with donations in lieu of flowers to be forwarded to Willow Wood Hospice.

 

A Grand (Soft Ball) Cricket Tournament!
Posted by Stuart Elliott: 11:00am, 15th July 2014

On Sunday 13th July, Stalybridge St Paul's Cricket Club hosted their inaugural under 11's cricket festival, for local schools.

The day was a massive success, despite the risk of rain lingering over from overnight, with nnn local schools taking part.

After many enjoyable hours (though a lot less than the 2nds had to endure the day previous with a trip and subsequent drawn match abandonment due to rain, 7½ hours after heading over to Maritime CC on the Wirral - lovely teas though), the tournament was ultimately won by xxx, beating yyy during a hotly contested final, with the long day taking its toll on some.

In addition to the cricket taking place, there was a bouncy castle and a visit from Lancashire's mascot, Lanky the Giraffe to entertain the kids, as well as a delicious BBQ.

Many thanks to all who attended, and to the club members who gave up their day to help umpire, coach, cook, and otherwise help run this event.