Welcome to Sutton Cricket Club
Sutton Cricket Club is one of the most prestigious clubs in Surrey, with a history dating back to 1857.
The Club has two well-maintained grounds: the main ground at Gander Green Lane, Sutton, (SM12EH), where the 1st and 2nd Saturday league XIs play; and the second ground at Holmwood Close, Cheam, (SM27JL), where the 3rd and 4th Saturday league XIs, as well as the Women’s XIs, Youth and junior XIs, and the Sunday XIs, often play.
The Club has a proud record of success in the Surrey Championship, winning it four times since its inception in 1968. The Club has also produced some notable captains, such as Keith Medlycott (ex-Surrey and England), Phil Sampson (ex-Surrey), and Johann Myburgh (ex-Durham & Somerset).
Sutton Cricket Club run four Saturday league sides, with the first three XIs competing in the Surrey Championship, and the fourth XI in the Surrey Downs League. The Club also run a Sunday Friendly XI, an Academy XI in the Surrey Trust League, regular Midweek XIs and a Women’s XI. In addition, we have a thriving junior membership of over 150 youngsters from age four to seventeen years old.
Currently, two former Sutton CC players are representing Surrey County Cricket Club as professional wicket-keeper batsmen: Jamie Smith and Josh Blake. They both started their cricket careers at Sutton CC as juniors and played for the Club’s 1st XI in the Surrey Championship. The Club congratulates them on their achievements and wishes them all the best for the 2024 County season.
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A recent retiree from the Surrey County ranks was Arun Harinath, a top-order batsman who joined Sutton CC at the age of 9, playing for the club and Surrey Youth all the way up to County level. He retired from cricket for a career in finance in 2019.
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