A family orientated club

Open to all

Grayshott Cricket Club situated in East Hampshire on the Hampshire/Surrey Border. The club was founded in 1896 and is one of the founder member clubs in the I’Anson Cup Competition.

The club has in excess of 300 members, the majority of them younger members and being an open to all club, we attract cricketers from all the surrounding areas, including Beacon Hill, Bordon, Hindhead, Haslemere, Headley, Liphook and Whitehill.

With the growth in numbers in recent years the club acquired a second ground at Broxhead Common, Lindford.

Grayshott is the only club that has played throughout the history of the competition, being the oldest competitive village league in the country. The competition was founded in Grayshott so the club has a strong affiliation with the competition and the ethos of village cricket.

2020 saw the club launch women’s softball cricket and in 2021 the club plans to grow this section.

Junior cricket

For boys and girls

Junior Cricket has been played at Grayshott since 1959 and the club has always had a good reputation for promoting young cricketers, part of the club’s ethos being to develop young cricketers so they can play adult cricket in a safe environment. Testament to this is that many of our current adult teams are made up of players either former or current junior members at the club.

In 2004, the club had around 30 junior members and in 2019 exceeded over 200. In addition to this the club the club had 100 All Stars attending its popular All Stars centre in 2019.

In 2019 the club relaunched its Girls section which has proved popular. The club has plans to grow these numbers to a 100 girls in the next couple of years and in 2021 will see the girls playing some competitive games.

Why Choose Us

A family orientated club, with brothers, fathers and sons enjoying the game.

So many of our adult players played junior cricket at the club

Our Facilities

and Pavilions

The club has modern outdoor practice facilities at both of its grounds to support members develop and enjoy their cricket. Each ground also has artificial strips which are primarily used for practice and games by our younger age groups

At both of our grounds the club has pavilions of a good standard together with clubrooms and bars that players and spectators can enjoy a drink.