The Club is situated in the beautiful village of Bray, Berkshire, on the banks of the Thames, overlooked by the Church of St Michael. The main ground is widely acknowledged as one of the most picturesque in the country.
Records of cricket at Bray go back over 260 years. The Club is now one of the most go-ahead and lively cricket clubs in the county. We have four teams in the
Morrant Thames Valley League, and six teams in the Berkshire Colts Cricket League. The senior side has won the Thames Valley League twice, and our colts sides are among the best in the county, with 7 teams playing in the 5 age groups. New players, supporters and their families are guaranteed a warm and friendly welcome. There are excellent facilities for playing, practising, socialising and best of all you'll be part of the most progressive club in Berkshire.
Cricket & General Information
Mens cricket, Colts cricket, Girls Colts cricket and hiring.
4 Saturday League teams, 1 Sunday team
If you know how to hold a bat or turn your arm and can field anywhere apart from first slip (already taken!) this is probably the Club for you.
The Club runs four teams on a Saturday in the Morrant Thames Valley League and one friendly side on a Sunday.
The First XI play in the Morrant Thames Valley Division 2, the Second XI in Division 5, the Third…
The aim of Maidenhead & Bray Colts Cricket Section is to encourage youngsters to enjoy playing cricket, and through good instruction of skills and practices in a safe environment, develop quality cricketers…
The Clubhouse and Ground are available to hire for Social Occasions, Children Parties, Corporate Days, Weddings, Christenings and wakes etc.
MBCC Hire Information
Maidenhead & Bray Cricket Club provides the ideal location to host your summer entertainment. The Cricket Club has a fully licensed bar which is available all year round for party bookings, social functions ,…
Opener Blair King saw M & B through to an 18 run victory on Sunday courtesy of a superb undefeated century against regular visitors, Chelsea Nomads. Upon losing the toss skipper Armstrong was surprised and delighted to be asked to bat by the opposing skipper. Armstrong had to make…
M & B were soundly beaten by Dave Smart's X1 on Sunday, officially by 45 runs but in truth a lot easier than that. Smart's X1 elected to bat upon winning the toss and to be fair the M & B opening bowlers, particularly Alkesh Vaja, beat the bat regularly, without finding the edge,…
M & B went down by 5 wickets on Sunday in the 39th having fought back at the end from what appeared to be a convincing hammering. It all looked totally different initially after skipper Armstrong won the toss and had no hesitation in batting. Openers Brian Dixon and George Parsons…
An enjoyable game was had by all as M & B tied with The Jesters on Sunday. Good weather two umpires, what more could you want ! Skipper Armstrong won the toss and elected to bat. Brian Dixon and Jawad Murtaza opened the innings against the opposition's overseas state player, Turner.…
The Sunday X1 returned after a three week break to start a run of four weeks of premier fixtures. First up was John Hewitt's Fiddlers, a long established touring side. With no game the previous day the game was played on a freshly prepared wicket, expertly crafted by Charlie hours…
M & B were beaten by 20 runs on a hot sunny day at Bray. With Armstrong losing the toss M & B were condemned to a couple of hours of hard labour in the sun. M & B made a good start though with Liversidge run out for 2 having been called through by his partner for a quick single.…
With their tight victory last time still fresh in the memory, the Stags…
Emma Child - Jun 12, 2016
About Maidenhead & Bray Cricket Club
The Cricket Club is situated in the beautiful village of Bray, Berkshire, on the banks of the Thames, overlooked by the Church of St Michael. The main ground is widely acknowledged as one of the most picturesque in the country.
Est. in 1798 and a member of the Morrant Thames Valley League, with three senior teams and a thriving colts section both boys and girls
Address: The Pavilion, The High Street, Bray, Maidenhead, Berkshire SL6 2AA
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