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Scarborough Cricket Club Officials

Patron - The Worshipfull The Mayor of the Borough of Scarborough 

President - Kenelm Storey

Chairman - Paul Harrand

 

Honorary Life Members

H.R.H. The Duke of Edinburgh, K.G. K.T

Mr. C.B. Snell

Mrs. N. Midgley

Mr. C. White

 

Vice Presidents

Mr. K. C. McCabe

Sir Tim Rice

Mr K. P. Grace

The Rt. Hon. Lord Shaw of Northstead, D.L

Dr. H. D. Bird, O.B.E., M.B.E., Hon.D(Univ), LL.D.

Mr. J.W.T. Mustoe

Mr. A. Hadfield

Hon. Freeman of the Borough of Scarborough Mr. T. J. Boyes

Mr. A. J. Moor

Mr. C. C. Clifford

Sir Michael Parkinson, C.B.E

Sir Rodney Walker

Hon. Freeman of the Borough of Scarborough Mr. D. Robinson

Mr. R. A. Smith, T.D., LL.B., D.L.

Sir Lawrence Byford, C.B.E, Q.P.M., LL.D

Mr. P. R. Hart

Mr. H. Gration MBE

Mr. D. Byas

Mr. J. Guthrie

Mr CJ Graves

 

Management Board Members

Paul Harrand, Rob Richtering, Bill Mustoe, David Ryder, Neil Duell, Nick Tubbs, Guy Emmett, Kenelm Storey

 

Honorary Chaplain

Rev John Wells - Email:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  Mobile: 07812 707628

 

Cricket Committee

Cricket Committee

Cricket Committee Chairman Graham Clark This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 07736 345950
Cricket Committee Secretary Ann Snowball This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 07584 621981
Angela Elvidge This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 07799 551996
Andrea Allison This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Emma Hopper This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Rob Richtering This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Ben Elvidge This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
John Dodds This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Charlie Hopper This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Neil Elvidge This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Adrian Snowball This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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Hospitality Options

HOSPITALITY PACKAGES 

Where better to enjoy a day out with your friends and family, entertain customers, staff and clients, or simply treat yourself!

Scarborough Cricket Club offers a relaxing day out in delightful surroundings.  We have many options to choose from,  the traditional Pavilion Lounge, The Festival Suite, The Players Dining Room and the elegant Festival Marquee.

Yorkshire At Scarborough

 

 

 

Walkers Fish Restaurant

  • Restaurants

Additional Info

  • Address 17 Main Street, East Ayton, Scarborough YO13 9HJ
  • Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  • Phone 01723 864259

Joining Scarborough Cricket Club

Players and potential players of all ages, abilities and gender are welcome at Scarborough Cricket Club. We run three senior teams, and junior sides at all age groups as well as a senior evening league XI

1st XI - ECB Yorkshire Premier League North

2nd XI - York & District Senior Cricket League

3rd XI - Scarborough Beckett Cricket League

The evening league XI compete in the Scarborough & District Evening Cricket League

All Junior teams play in the Derwent Valley Junior Cricket League

We have a number of qualified coaches, and are always looking to fund additional potential coaches through coach education. New coaches are always welcome, and especially those looking to become junior coaches. We're currently working with the Yorkshire Cricket Board to expand opportunities for women & girls to play cricket, and for coaches to become involved in this area of the game.

If you're interested in joining us, or for further information, please contact:

 (1st XI Captain) - Pat Roberts 07957 775495

(2nd XI Captain) - Mark Cowell 07852 963669

(3rd XI Captain) - James Denton

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ground Regulations

 

1. All matches are played in accordance with the Rules and Regulations of the Marylebone Cricket Club and the Laws of the Game.

2. Play cannot be guaranteed to take place on any particular day or at any particular time and the Club reserves the right to change its advertised fixtures without notice and without liability.

3. No refund of any cash admission charge paid at the turnstile or in advance will be made.

4. At the club’s discretion refunds will be made in respect of seats booked in advance and paid for where a match is rearranged, subject to a time limitation – details of which can be obtained from the Secretary’s Office.

5. Unauthorised persons are not permitted to enter upon the field of play during play.

6. Only persons specifically authorised in writing by the Club are permitted to distribute without charge or offer for sale within the Ground any Newspapers, Periodicals, or any other articles.

7. Unnecessary noise such as that from the use of radio sets and behaviour likely to cause confusion or nuisance of any kind including foul or abusive language is not permitted in any part of the Ground.

8. The climbing of flagpoles, stands or other structures in the Ground is forbidden.

9. The consumption of intoxicating liquors is permitted only in authorised places and in accordance with the licence from the local magistrates.

10. Fireworks, pyrotechnics, smoke canisters, flares, knives, forks (other than plastic knives and forks), bottles, glasses, flags, banners, poles, air-horns, including anything which could or might be used as a weapon are not permitted within the Ground, and any person in possession of such an article or container may be refused entry or ejected from the Ground.

11. For County Championship matches, it will be permissible for each adult to bring up to a maximum of 4 cans of beer/lager (330ml)  or one plastic bottle/carton (75cl) of wine into the Ground. No  glass bottles or glasses are permitted. This policy applies to initial entry into the Ground – once a pass out has been given no alcohol is allowed into the Ground.

12. Under no circumstances is it permitted to throw any object on to the playing area.

13. Any person who fails to comply with instructions from a steward or other official of the club may be ejected from the Ground.

14. In general, the right of admission is reserved to the Club management.

15. The obstruction of gangways, access ways, exits and entrances, stairways and the like places is strictly forbidden. Any person who remains in such an area may be ejected from the Ground.

16. The Club reserves the right to refuse admission to, or eject any person who refuses to be searched by a Police or Security Officer.

17. All persons entering this Ground are admitted only subject to the above Ground Regulations and to the Rules and Regulations of the Scarborough Cricket Club. Entry to the Ground shall be deemed to constitute unqualified acceptance of all these Rules and Regulations.

18. The Club reserves the right for its servants and agents to remove from this Ground any person who does not comply with Ground Regulations and with the Rules and Regulations of the Scarborough Cricket Club or whose presence on the Ground is or could reasonably be considered as constituting a source of danger, nuisance or annoyance to other spectators.

19. Any person who makes abusive or threatening comments, whether racially or sexually motivated or otherwise, or who, in any way, acts in an abusive or threatening manner, or whose presence (in the Club’s reasonable opinion) is a source of danger, nuisance or annoyance to others, may be subject to ejection from the Ground and any such other action as may be determined by the Club.

 

Travelling To The Ground

Travelling By Car

Enter town via either A170 or A64 to town centre, turn left at traffic lights near Stephen Joseph Theatre.

At next lights (Police Station) turn right into Victoria Road and into Castle Road.

Straight on at the next lights then left into North Marine Road (B1364) at the
roundabout; ground is on left.

Travelling by Public Transport

The 843 bus runs from Leeds Bus Station to Peasholm Park and takes approximately three hours.

The 7:50am bus from stand 25 at Leeds Bus Station will arrive into Peasholm Park at 10:59

Coastliner: Tel 01653 692 556 Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

East Yorkshire Motor services:  Tel 01482 592929 / 01482 327142 www.eyms.co.uk

Parking

Please note that there is no car parking available within the cricket ground.

Following the introduction, in 2000, of new parking arrangements in the town centre of Scarborough, arrangements have once again been made for car parking and park and ride to be available for those wishing to park for the Yorkshire and Festival matches at Scarborough.

1. Seamer Road (Town Park & Ride Site) (on the western side of the town centre) (adjacent to Dean’s Garden Centre).

2. Free “on street” car parking to the North of Peasholm Park.

3. Pay and Display car parks are also available, nearer to the Ground, at Northstead Lower (near Peasholm Park) – capacity 100 cars, Northstead Upper (near the Indoor Swimming Pool) – capacity 600 cars, William Street – capacity 250 cars, and on Marine Drive and Royal Albert Drive – combined capacity 800 cars.

Please note that both Burniston Road and Weaponness Valley Road are no longer available as car parks.

A “Park and Ride” scheme will operate from the Seamer Road “Park and Ride” site. Please note that this service is operated by East Yorkshire Motor Services, and not by Scarborough Cricket Club

 

 

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