Women's Softball team

Welcoming women to the great game of cricket

With the emphasis on fun and enjoyment

In 2024 Grayshott Cricket Club will again be running two Women’s Softball teams, the Grayshott Chargers and Grayshott Strikers.

The club launched Women’s Softball Cricket in 2020 which proved very popular with the emphasis on enjoyment and fun whilst playing the great game of cricket.

A great opportunity to have fun and meet some new friends. For the latest news about Women’s Softball cricket, click here.

Great Coaching

Free membership for new adult members!

Summer Coaching Sessions for Women’s Softball takes place on a Tuesday night, 6.45pm – 8pm at the Sportsfield in Grayshott, with sessions running throughout the summer. For new adult members joining the club in 2024 membership is free.

If child care is a problem, there is a skate park and play park all within the confines of the Sportsfield.

With two teams in 2024, there will be plenty of opportunities to play a few games on a Sunday afternoon all against local sides again with the emphasis on fun and participation.

Women's Softball Coaching

Come and Join us today

If you are interested in joining our Women’s Softball team at Grayshott, pop along to a training session one Tuesday evening, or contact Rebecca via bexforsyth@hotmail.com, 07786 326607.

We attract players for softball cricket from all of the surrounding areas, including Beacon Hill, Bordon, Hindhead, Haslemere, Headley, Liphook and Whitehill. You can register securely online below via Teamo, by clicking on the image below. The process should be easy for you but if not some help guides can be found here on our website. Teamo is the app used by the club for registration, payments, allowing you to show your availability for practice and matches.

Click here to Register

Grayshott Chargers

Coaching and Equipment

Club kit provided for matches

The club provides all equipment required including bats, stumps and balls – and club kit is available for matches.

An incrediball (a soft version of a cricket ball) is used for Women’s Softball, so no protective equipment is required.

Whilst there are many similarities to the men’s game, Women’s Softball also has some different rules. To find out more about the Women’s Softball game, visit: https://www.ecb.co.uk/play/womens-softball-cricket-festivals/how-to-play