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Friday, 06 July 2007

At Middleton Cricket Club, we've done our best to create a Web site that anticipates and satisfies our members and guests needs. With that goal in mind, we are compiling a list of Frequently Asked Questions. If you do not find an answer to your question here, please go to the Contact Us section for further information.

What teams do you run?

We have three Senior sides (1st XI, 2nd XI, 3rd XI) and five Junior teams (U9, U11, U13, U15 & U18).

When do you train?

Training is on Thursdays for Junior teams and Mondays & Thursdays for Senior teams. For more information on Junior Cricket please click here.

What time does training start?

For Juniors training starts at 4:30pm and for Seniors 6:00pm.

Can I join?

Yes, the Club is always looking for new members and players BUT you must be a member of the Club to train. Membership forms are available from the bar.

Are there facilities available for disabled Cricket?

Middleton Cricket Club are a nominated club for the disabled and have coaching for juniors with either learning or physical disabilities available on Saturday mornings at 10:00am. We also host the practice sessions for the Lancashire Hardball and Softball teams, as well as numerous disabled fixtures throughout the summer. If you require more information, then please click here.

Is the function room available for hire?

The function room is available for hire through the Club Stewards Chris Prendergast or David Maloney. It is available for Weddings, Conferences, Dinners, Parties etc. For more information please click here.

Where do I buy tickets for social events?

Tickets can be bought from either the Bar or from one of the Social Committee members. Please note that tickets to social events can only be purchased by Middleton CC members. If you are interested in becoming a member further information is available here and forms are available from the bar.

Where can I find your ground?

Our ground, Tonwncroft, is situated at the corner of Hollins Lane and Rochdale Road in Middleton, Greater Manchester. We are just 5 minutes from Junction 19 on the M62 Motorway, down the A6046 from the Roundabout at the top of the slip road. If you are using a SatNav, please use M24 5EE as the postcode.

 
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Middleton C.C. currently have three senior teams competing in the Penine Cricket League, and five junior teams.

Senior matches take place on the majority of Saturday and Sundays.

The Junior sides play on various nights throughout the week, as well as the Under 13s playing on Sunday mornings.

We have a function room that is available for hire all year round. For more information click here.

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Club Opening Hours
Sat        12 noon-11pm
Sun        12 noon-11pm
Mon  8:00pm-11pm   
Tues  8:00pm-11pm   
Weds  8:00pm-11pm   
Thurs  8:00pm-11pm   
Fri  4:00pm-11pm
Play Cricket Website
For all fixtures, results and statistics please visit our Play Cricket website here.
Training Times
Senior Training
Mon/Tues   6pm-8pm
Thursday   6pm-8pm
 
Under 9s, 13s & 15s Training
Thursday    4.45pm-6.00pm
 
Under 11s Training
Friday     5.45pm-7.30pm  
Club Membership

The Club is always on the look out for new members. Be it purely social or playing membership, we are always looking to expand our community.

Membership forms can be picked up from behind the bar or downloaded from here.

50/50 Club
The Club hold a weekly draw. The cost is £5 per month, and the weekly prize is £50. Anybody interested should contact Peter Collinson.
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