Bramley CC is a friendly, vibrant club playing I’Anson league and friendly matches on the picturesque Gosden Common. BCC are actively looking to recruit men and women of all ages and ability for our push to victory!
Bramley Cricket Club is a friendly club on the outskirts of Guildford. The Club can trace its roots back to the first ever game of women's cricket in 1794, when the eleven maidens of Bramley took on eleven maidens of Hambledon. There has been cricket in one form or another on Gosden Common ever since that date.
We field three weekend sides, playing at some of the most stunning village grounds in the area; two Saturday teams play in the I'Anson League, which is one of the oldest leagues in the country, and a Sunday side plays friendlies.
Our goal is to be competitive, but to not take away the fun of cricket. There is nothing better than a game on a sunny afternoon looking over a beautiful village green, followed by refreshing drinks in the local with like-minded pals, watching the sun go down and reliving great (or not so great) cricketing moments and (hopefully) a close fought victory!
We are actively recruiting cricketers, young and old, male and female and of any ability. We enjoy the company of the regular twice weekenders and those seeking only a handful of games a season. We have a number of players who are beginning their cricketing journey from school or middle age, alongside those who have played cricket every weekend of their lives, and others that took a sabbatical and haven't played since primary school. All are welcome!
The first date for your diary is Thursday 11th February, when winter nets begin at Charterhouse Club (Charterhouse School) from 7.45pm. Kit is supplied and we will have the luxury of a bowling machine!
For more details about nets, playing for Bramley or anything else linked to our club please contact Jon Vocking ( / 07970 981 474) or Kevin Street ( / 07768 032 164).
Bramley Cricket Club Website