Welcome to The Lee Cricket Club, one of the most beautiful village cricket grounds in England.
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The first game of cricket was played on The Lee Manor Park Ground in 1875, and only a new pavilion and the maturing of several oak trees dotted around the boundaries have changed the outlook since then. The cows in the neighbouring field often come right up to the boundary fence to watch the matches!
After over a century of playing friendly fixtures, in 1999 the club decided to play league cricket for the first time and joined the Kookaburra Mid Bucks Village League. We rapidly gained promotion from Division 2 to Division 1 and then played several seasons in the Premier league.
The club continues to combine Saturday league cricket with traditional friendly games played on Sundays. In 2014 we joined the Morrant Chiltern League and the First XI now play in Division 1 and the Second XI in Division 2.
In addition to senior cricket, the club also runs a hugely successful colts section, with over 120 members attending either Friday night softball training or Saturday morning hardball sessions. This season we have colts teams at Under 9, Under 10, Under 11, Under 12, Under 13 and Under 15 age groups, as well as an Under 18 T20 team. Several of our colts are also representing the county.
We encourage all our players to enjoy their cricket and to play the game in the right spirit, being competitive as well as fair and sporting. We are a family oriented club and welcome new members of all abilities and ages. If you would like to know more, please Contact us or Register to play.
The Lee CC is a Community Amateur Sports Club (CASC) Reg No 2914 and is affiliated to Morrant Chilterns Cricket League / Buckinghamshire Cricket Board / National Cricket Association / Club Cricket Conference