Frittenden Cricket Club


On the pitch during the opening festival The cricket club in Frittenden was resurrected in 1996 having died out a couple of decades earlier. Over recent years we have expanded into a thriving village club. Set on the outskirts of Frittenden, the pavilion and ground are set in the beautiful Kent countryside.

Frittenden Cricket Club fields a league side which entered the Kent Village Cricket League in 2005 and has many friendly fixtures on non-league Sundays and on weekday evenings. Why not have a look at our fixtures list.

We are a family-friendly sociable club and welcome members of all abilities, all ages, male and female, and those who just want to sit out in the sun for the afternoon and spectate.

To find out what else is going on in this thriving village, take a look at the Frittenden Parish website.



News Update

2018 Bonfire Night

This year's bonfire night will be held on Saturday 3rd November from 6pm at the cricket ground. We've splashed out on extra fireworks this year
to celebrate the success of the club's league team in winning the division, so it should be bigger and better than ever!


League Champions

Congratulations to Frittenden's league team who won Division 6 of the Kent Village Cricket League this season with a game to spare.




General Data Protection Regulations

Because of the new General Data Protection Regulations that come in this May, it is absolutely essential that every member completes a membership form this season. One of the things they are tightening up on is how long the club can hold data for, so we need to make sure you are consenting to us using your current details. The guidance from the ECB isn't very clear yet but the wording on the membership form has changed slightly.

Frittenden CC only uses your data to inform you of matches, events and activities, and to get your availability. We also have to load it onto Play-Cricket which is the system the ECB and the leagues use to record who played which matches and what their statistics were. We have to put the bare minimum in - your name, address, date of birth and whether you were born in the UK or not. Without that information, you can't play in the leagues. The best way to control the data they have is to go into your Play-Cricket account and update it yourself.

Frittenden CC doesn't pass your data to any third parties other than the cricket governing bodies.












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