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Hello, welcome to Reading Cricket Club!
Welcome to Reading Cricket Club, one of the premier cricket clubs in Berkshire. Reading Cricket Club is a thriving, caring and community-focused club where our aim is to ensure that all our members are given the best opportunities to achieve their full potential in the beautiful game of cricket.
We welcome players of all ages and abilities, and from all backgrounds, to join our wonderful set-up. Our ground is regarded as one of the best in the area. We have several artificial and grass nets, and can offer our members some of the best playing and training facilities in club cricket in the UK.
We are a flourishing club with a long tradition of nurturing talented and aspiring cricketers to be the best that they can be. We strive to develop the potential of all our players by combining the very best facilities with structured training delivered by our highly qualified ECB coaches.
Whether you are an existing member or new to Reading Cricket Club, we hope you will find some useful information on this site.
Thank you for paying us a visit, we hope to see you again soon.
Reading went to fourth-in-the-table Banbury just one place behind them in the Division 1 standings. But the gulf between the two sides was cruelly exposed.
Rain almost certainly denied Reading victory over Horspath at Sonning Lane.
With a third of the fixtures completed, Division 1 of the Home Counties Premier League is now taking shape.
Questions are being asked around Sonning Lane how Jack Beaven managed to get THREE pictures in the Reading Chronicle this week.
Sorry for lack of tweets from Banbury but "technical" problems. Reading all out for 40 (Forty). Penhale 6-10. Banbury won by 8wkts.