Cumnor Cricket Club
125 Years of Cumnor Cricket Club
In 2021 we celebrate 125 years since the club’s formal beginnings.
Hold the date of Sunday 29th August for some big celebrations! More soon …
Cumnor Cricket Club
Cumnor Cricket Club is home to the Cumnor Bears, our senior and junior squads, a thriving youth programme encompassing All Stars, Dynamos and our hardball coaching programme, and the popular summer holiday Academy weeks for 6-13s.
Our club competes at the highest level within the Cherwell League with three senior teams playing in divisions 1 to 7, fields a midweek T20 side, and hosts a series of Sunday afternoon friendlies.
Our thriving young players’ programme caters for all age groups with All Stars (5-8s) and Dynamos (8-9s) playing with a softball, older years (10-17s) with hardball, offering the opportunity to learn and play lots of cricket. Our junior teams enjoy repeated success and our most talented youngsters go on to the Oxfordshire Youth Player Pathway and represent their county.
We are well organised, have good facilities and grounds and maintain our ECB Clubmark status.
In 2021 the Cumnor Cricket Club celebrates 125 years since its formal beginnings. After the curtailed but ultimately successful 2020 season, we look forward to a full season of cricket and celebrations, albeit necessarily following the ECB’s and HMG’s Covid secure guidelines.
If you and your family want to get fit, play cricket at any level, or simply enjoy a drink in our clubhouse or a wander around the grounds, the Cumnor Bears are sure to give you a big welcome.
Dear Cumnor Bears
With the strangest of years behind us, we are rapidly approaching another strange year, made only less strange because we are so well practiced in the social distancing and hygiene methods of COVID-19. While it may be many matches, or even seasons, before what was familiar in 2019 returns to our summers, I for one cannot wait to immerse myself back into life amongst fellow Bears at Cumnor Cricket Club. Never have we needed each other more to come together as one big cricket family.
An army of volunteers, both playing and non playing, are busy laying foundations for another great year. I urge you all to continue to play your part in our continued evolution as a club. We are always seeking new players and as committed members you are our greatest ambassadors to bring in new faces. Everyone is welcome, and I’m sure that after a winter of discontent, many former players could be easily convinced to come back and give it another go. On the pitch, Cumnor Bears are highly respected across the county, and led by our captains, it is our duty to retain this reputation of playing hard but playing fair. I’m really excited to see our new leaders set the tone for our club both on and off the pitch this year. I know they’ll be a great ambassadors.
The success of this club rests on everyone playing their part on and off the pitch. Culture eats strategy for breakfast.
See you soon,
We are praying to the weather gods for a miracle to begin our season by the looks of the forecast, but our optimism… https://t.co/iNYUwmFvvc
2:25 PM May 14th
ALL STARS ⭐️AND DYNAMOS 🏏CANCELLED. We are sorry to announce that our first All Stars session and our brilliant Dy… https://t.co/FTdgldvBIV
1:07 PM May 14th
Village resident: “Cricket season should be starting soon shouldn’t it?” Me: “Yeah, finally starts on Saturday.” 🙃 https://t.co/JqwfeumuR9
11:59 AM May 4th
𝗘𝗡𝗢𝗨𝗚𝗛 𝗜𝗦 𝗘𝗡𝗢𝗨𝗚𝗛 From 3pm today until 11.59pm on Monday 3 May, we are joining other clubs, organisations and sport… https://t.co/Ze0zZ6AWGi
11:55 AM Apr 30th
Due to the wet weather tonight’s U11 and U13 junior training is OFF ☔️
4:37 PM Apr 28th
Cumnor Kwiks County Champions
Cumnor Kwiks were crowned County Champions. Cumnor beat Challow in the semi finals and went on to beat Wootton in the Final. Cumnor retain their title with very strong performances from everyone who has played throughout the season, loosing only 3 games from 12. Well done everyone!
Cumnor U15 County Champions
Cumnor U15s were crowned Oxfordshire county champions on 7 July. Having won all their games in the run up to finals day, they defeated Banbury in the semi final. The opponents in the final were Horspath. Horspath started well but superb bowling and fielding saw them bowled out for 84 and Cumnor were Oxfordshire champions