Our 2019 fixtures have now been confirmed!

The season will begin on Saturday 4th May, with the 1st XI starting their Southern Premier 3 campaign at home to Portsmouth & Southsea I. The other 3 Saturday sides start their season the following week 11th May with 2nd XI & 3rd XI at home to Railway Triangle and Havant III , and the 4XI away at Hayling Island II.

View 2019 Adult Fixtures Here!

Congratulations to Mike Steele and the grounds team! 

Based on the opposition captain's scores: Our A square rated  5th best ground in CD 1 and 2nd in CD4S with The  B square rated top ground in R2 SE and R3SE.

Well done to all involved! May it continue in 2019!

ICC World Cup Visits Fareham

To the kids out there you could be holding this for real in the future!

Join us and start your England cricketing career today!

Below - Fareham & Crofton CC club members enjoying this spectacle.

Message from the Chairman:

Dear Club members,

The 2018 season is fast approaching and we need your help! We are currently have a number of roles available to club members, if you are interested in any of the following roles, please let me, or somebody on the committee know:

- All Stars Cricket Coordinator

- Colts Team Managers

- 2nd or 3rd team captains or organisational support

The club is delighted that the number of girls joining the Colts has increased. We would therefore appreciate any extra female volunteers to give their time to the club as this will directly benefit these members. There are a number of roles available in the Colts, however, we would appreciate any time dedicated, no matter how small.

I look forward to seeing you all back at Bath Lane in the coming weeks.

Charlie Stubbs.

Fareham & Crofton’s Bath Lane pitch topped the poll for the Hampshire Cricket League’s Most Improved Ground Award in 2017 – and promptly dedicated it to Tony ‘Bomber’ Brown, the club’s long serving Octogenarian groundsman, who died shortly before the start of the season after a long illness.
Tony, who has been at Fareham for over 50 years as a player, administrator, groundsman and virtually everything else, had been hugely instrumental in the laying of the new and re-sited main square at Bath Lane.  Tony had also been the HCL’s grounds advisor for many years.  It was the first time a club which prepares and maintains two cricket squares on the same ground had won the award.
Back (from left) Tony Tucker, Mike Steele, Chris Green, and (front) Les Webb and John Tucker are pictured sitting on Fareham & Crofton’s heavy roller all smiles after picking up the award.