Cricket Update – Nets
Members can book a slot in the nets through an email request or by phoning / texting the colts coach, their captain or the club secretary on 07702 876858. The nets may only be used if you have a confirmed booking. Please see the cricket calendar below for availability. Use of the nets is subject to the following procedures:
- Social distancing must be respected at all times
- Only one of our two nets can be used at a time (use the one with the combination lock)
- A maximum of 6 people at a time can play in the net
- Disposable (single use) gloves must be worn to remove the combination lock and open the net
- The net must be closed and locked after use
- Hands must be washed immediately before and after using the facility
- Do not pick up cricket balls that are not yours – use your bat or foot to knock it back to the bowler
- No saliva or sweat should come into contact with the ball as far as it’s possible to avoid it
- Anyone suffering coronavirus symptoms, however mild, should not use the nets and observe government advice.
Farnham Common Cricket Club are a thriving, successful and friendly cricket club, situated on the Bucks / Berks border between Beaconsfield and Slough. The cricket club runs three men’s league teams on a Saturday playing competitive cricket in the Thames Valley League Divisions 5, 6 and 8. Occasional Sunday fixtures are also played and we participate in midweek evening knockout and inter-club competitions too. With such a wide range of cricket available, we are able to cater for cricketers of all ages and abilities.
What do we offer?
We run three men’s league teams on a Saturday playing competitive cricket in the Thames Valley League Divisions 5, 6 and 8, which means we are able to cater for a good range of ability. Our teams are open to players of all ages.
Our pitch is available for hire. Find out more
When & where do we train?
Our main outdoor nets session during the summer take place on Wednesday and Friday evenings.
Who can get involved?
We treat everyone equally within the context of their sport, regardless of age, ability, gender, race, ethnicity, religious belief, sexuality or social/economic status. If you are looking to get back into cricket or for a change of club we would be happy to provide you with further info.