• Join us and play cricket - Players of all abilities welcome
  • New members welcome - Social and Players
  • Practice facilities available for booking by paid up members via MC booking system
  • Club scheduled training sessions commenced Members must confirm via Spond
  • 24-25/04 - 7 wins from 7 for the adult teams this weekend
  • 28/04 - Surrey Slam Friendly v Ham & Petersham (CR)
  • 01/05 - 1s & 2s (CR) v Beckenham, 3s v Worcester Park (HC), 4s v Cheam
  • 02/05 - Trust XI v Old Ruts (CR), Sunday XI v Old Ruts (a)

The Third Man


The 1st XI scorer for the 2020 season, Mike Woods, will be providing match reports for the Surrey Challenge Cup Fixtures, all of which will be available here.

A232 Friendly Derby Kicks-Off 2020 Season!

The start of the Surrey Championship League season may be three months late but, after a summer of uncertainty, the opportunity to take to the field and play competitively has finally arrived.

A shortened season and a new format were always on the cards after the campaign was put on hold by the Covid-19 pandemic; but league administrators have been working round the clock to ensure everything is in place for things to get under way this coming weekend.

Several clubs, including Sutton, dipped their toes in with some friendly action last weekend to help them adjust to the regulations now in place and to ensure the game is safe for all.

Our 1st XI met borough neighbours Beddington CC at Cheam Road on a beautiful July day, perfect for cricket.  After winning the toss, Sutton elected to bat; but early season optimism was dented swiftly as class bowling by Ryan Cummins, (not unusual) damaged Sutton’s top order; and before long we were flagging at 6 runs for 4 wickets, thanks to Ryan’s devastating opening spell of 3 wickets for 3 runs, (final figures: 8-5-5-4).  The ship was steadied with the help of 53 runs from Sagar Joshi and 46 from Josh Blake.   Requiring 162 to win Beddington found the going tough as Sutton’s bowlers delivered nice, tidy lines.  Aneesh Jhalia (8-2-27-3) and Rehan Ratnasapabathy (5.2-0-16-3) excelled as Beddington drifted to a final total of 134 all out 36.2 overs, leaving Sutton winners by 27 runs.  A very pleasant day all round!

For the Club’s 2020 Fixtures and Results please click here.

Competitive club cricket starts this weekend and onwards when many thought it might be impossible to do so. It’s been a bit of a roller coaster not knowing when and if we were going to play this season and it wasn’t until two weeks ago that confirmation reached us outlining a playing format which, it seems, has been received well by clubs and players.  It has certainly made the long days’ of waiting worth it.

Enjoy your season!

The Third Man.