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  Fuller's Brewery Surrey County League

  £155,000 raised so far.....

To donate go to: www.


...... to the Newdigate Cricket Club web site.

We are a thriving cricket club, playing on a picturesque ground, situated on the Surrey/Sussex border, equidistant from Dorking, Reigate and Horsham

We offer a friendly environment for cricketers of all ages and abilities. In 2014 on Saturdays we will be running two sides in the Fuller's Brewery Surrey County League and our 3rd XI in the Surrey Downs League. We also run a Sunday side which play traditional friendly matches and participates in the National Village Cup. Our midweek team plays friendlies. Our juniors (7-15 years of age) meet on Mondays at 6.00pm for coaching and play matches in the East Surrey Colts League. Y4, 5 & 6 girls meet on Tuesdays at 6.00 pm.

We believe in running a club which is open and equable to everyone and have been awarded the ECB Clubmark FOCUS Accreditation in recognition of this achievement.


If you think that this is your kind of club then please contact me on 01306 711170.

Andrew Major
Newdigate Cricket Club





Welcome to the Newdigate Cricket Club On-Line Shop. In association with CF Sports we are now able to offer a full range of cricket equipment and branded clothing at competitive prices.

To open an account go to:

Add your details and the token: newdigatecc. You will now be able to view and purchase CF Sports equipment and Newdigate branded products such as sweaters, caps, shirts and casual wear.

To simply look at CF Sports products (you will not be able to view Newdigate branded wear) go to


If you wish to add anything to this website please contact either John Callcut at






A good start with a win against Oxted & Limpsfield followed up with a home win against East Grinstead. We lost a rain effected match against a good Horley side. The final match in our group is at home to Reigate Priory on Tuesday, 29th July starting at 6.00 pm. Come and cheer the boys along.


This years award dinner and dance will again be on Saturday, 4th October at the popular Surrey Hills Hotel.


Ian Jones, who has helped with the cubs for over two years, is taking part in this cycle ride to raise money for the appeal. Please support him by clicking on to:


Our applications to the Veolia Environmental Trust for £70,000 and Power of Giving for £10,000 have been rejected which meant that our application to Sport England for £50,000 would be in jeopardy if we were unable to demonstrate other partnership funding by the 1st July. The England & Wales Cricket Board has contacted Sport England and through their loan/grant scheme will award us a FABULOUS £75,000 !!!! We have now received a 'letter of intent' from Sport England stating that they will provide us with a grant of £50,000 subject to certain stipulations. We are well and truly on our way........

WEEKEND RESULTS - 19th/20th July

Saturday 1st XI won, Saturday 2nd XI lost, Saturday 3rd XI cancelled due to overnight rain.

Sunday: Draw

See Fixtures & Reports for full details and the Play Cricket Site.


Have you paid your subs? See 'Club Information' to download the Membership Form.


The winners of the draw which took place on the 5th July were:

1st Prize: James O'Neill - £70.00. 2nd Prize: Peter Briscoe - £35.00. 3rd Prize: Dave Riley - £21.00. . . . .4th Prize: Andrew Major - £17.00

Want a chance to win a cash prize and raise money for the club ? Then join the Centurion Club - forms are at the club.



Steve & Ann Jones, Roger Bailey, Rev. Andrew Coe and John & Tina Callcut walked the Monopoly board on Saturday 24th May and raised over £3000 for the appeal. You can still support them by clicking on to the link below. See latest news for pictures.

The appeal stands at £155,000 and we still have funding applications in with Biffa (£50,000), People's Post Code Lottery Fund (£20,000), Surrey County Council Community Improvement Fund (£30,000) and the London Marathon Charitable Trust (£70,000). You can donate to the general fund by going to:

100% of your donations goes to the appeal. We are still awaiting a registration number but if you wish to gift aid your donation then please fill in a form.


The club house and ground was opened on the 5th April under the NatWest Cricket Force banner. See latest news for pictures


Are you buying anything on line?

Then register with and follow the simple instructions. For every purchase a percentage will go to the pavilion appeal without costing you a penny. Many major retailers such as Amazon, John Lewis, M & S, Argos, Domino's Pizza etc. are in the scheme so join up and support your club.



In total nearly 500 people attended the six shows and the Newdigate Theatrical Society has presented us with the entire profit towards the pavilion appeal which amounted to £4000. If you add the grant of £1000 gained through the Heart of the Community Appeal then the total is a magnificent £5000 !


The former Australian cricketer and broadcaster came to Newdigate on Sunday, 4th August 2013 to lend his support to the pavilion appeal. Former England and Surrey off spinner, Pat Pocock also called in. Nigel Spreadbury was there with his camera his pictures can be seen under latest news.

ECB Clubmark & Focus Club Accreditation.

We originally gained our accreditaion in 2007. Following a detailed inspection on the 17th May 2010 the club passed with flying colours and our accreditation was approved for a further three years. Our paperwork was approved by the ECB in February 2013 and we had an inspection on the 8th July 2013. Our new certificate can be viewed in the clubhouse.

Strokes, blood clots etc.

This is for everyone. If somebody stumbles unaccountably they may have had a stroke. Ask them to smile, to say a simple sentence or raise both arms. Also ask them to stick out their tongue and check if it is crooked. If they cannot do any of these simple things call the emergency service as they may have had a stroke. Time is of the essence you might just save a life!

Our under 11 coach, Paul Griffiths, has his own website. See


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