Harbledown Cricket Club

CELEBRATING 150TH ANNIVERSARY IN 2018

Harbledown Cricket Club is a village cricket club based in Rough Common near Canterbury. The club was formed in circa 1867, making it one of the oldest cricket clubs in England. In the summer the club competes in the Kent Village League, with the 1st XI competing in Division 1 and the 2nd XI in Division 4. Throughout the winter the club play in the Pharon Indoor League which takes place at the Kent County Cricket Academy, Canterbury. We are a friendly, social club always welcoming new members whether you play cricket or not. So come along , drop in and meet everyone. We are situated behind the Rough Common Village Hall.

To get in touch with Harbledown CC - email
 harbledowncc@gmail.com or find us on Twitter/Facebook.









  • PLAY CRICKET WEBSITE

    Link to the play cricket website giving you results, fixtures, stats and all that you wanted to know about Harbledown cricket.


  • DRONE VIDEO

     Check out the new drone video by Lee O' Sullivan of Fort Harbledown during this non cricketing season



The Villagers
                       

     
   



   INDOOR FIXTURES


25 FEB 1930 HCC vs CCU
11 MAR 1430 HCC vs UKC
18 MAR 1700 HCC vs Margate
25 MAR 1315 HCC vs Whitstable 1s



PRE SEASON INDOOR NETS
at POLO FARM, Canterbury
Every Tuesday 7-9 PM
from 6th March to 3rd Apr





            


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