Latest News from the Somerset Cricket Board
Six under 11 girls team were invited to take part in the Western Storms Little Stormers festival! read more
Bridgwater Red Sox retained their crown after winning the Somerset Vitality Under-19s T20 competition for the third year in succession beating Yeovil Whirlwinds in a thrilling final.read more
Our Trailer Scheme is very popular with clubs looking to carry out renovations to their pitches at the end of the season and is now available to book. read more
On Sunday 18th August, 8 teams featuring some of the regions finest young players will be competing across the 4 pitches at Uphill Castle CC & Weston Super Mare CC, which are situated a mere 100 yards apart for the Somerset Vitality U19T20 title.read more
The Cooper Associates County Ground played host to the SCB Knockout Cups finals day at on Sunday 4th August which saw Huntspill & District, Frome & Bear Flat all take home the silverware.read more
Taunton Deane and Chard Cricket Club have both entered girl only teams into mixed junior leagues with great success. read more
Tens of thousands of boys and girls have played cricket for the first time this summer thanks to All Stars Cricket. All Stars Cricket is a new initiative from the England and Wales Cricket Board in its second year, aimed at providing children aged five to eight ...read more
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About Somerset Cricket Board
We are here to facilitate the playing of and improvement of recreational cricket in Somerset. This involves working in close partnership with many organisations and individuals as well delivering courses, programmes and projects. Our main areas of focus can be broken down into the following six categories:
We run a significant schools coaching programme to inspire the next generation to say “Cricket is a sport for me”.
Relevant web pages: Schools