Community Amateur Sports Club

This affords the Club many of the benefits available to charities including the ability to benefit from Gift Aid and Corporate Sponsorship.

Community Amateur Sports Club

This affords the Club many of the benefits available to charities including the ability to benefit from Gift Aid and Corporate Sponsorship.

Maidenhead and Bray Sports Club is the parent body of Maidenhead & Bray Cricket Club and Maidenhead Hockey Club and as such is responsible for the provision of the Clubhouse and grounds at Bray.

The Sports Club has recently been granted the status of Community Amateur Sports Club (CASC).

This affords the Club many of the benefits available to charities including the ability to benefit from Gift Aid and Corporate Sponsorship.

Gift Aid means that for every £1 donated to the Club, we can claim an additional 28p from the Inland Revenue, so your £10 becomes £12.80 and your £1,000 becomes £1,280.

The Club Management have decided to use this opportunity to relieve the Hockey and Cricket sections from the burden of raising funds to renovate the facilities and allow them to concentrate on the playing and coaching of their sports. The Cricket and Hockey clubs provide coaching and matches for a total of around 500 young people.

Monies raised through the CASC route will be managed by a small team of Trustees and will be used for identified infrastructure projects.

We have set ourselves an ambitious target for fund-raising in order that we can make a number of much needed changes to the facilities for the benefit of players, supporters, social members and the local community.

If you feel you would like to contribute to the improvement of your club there are several ways of doing so including:

  • Make a donation and fill out a Gift Aid Form. Hand it in to the bar staff or to a member of the management committee
  • Support the events which will be organised over the coming months
  • Come up with a fund-raising idea
  • Arrange some corporate sponsorship
The Cricket Club
Club Fixtures & Colts Fixtures
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Sun XI
First XI Fixtures 2015
Second XI Fixtures 2015
Third XI Fixtures 2015
Sunday XI Fixtures 2015
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U9 Stags
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U11 Stags
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U11 Roes
U13 Stags
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U15 Stags
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U17
U9 Stags Fixtures 2015
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U11 Stags Fixtures 2015
U11 Bucks Fixtures 2015
U11 Roes Fixtures 2015
U13 Stags Fixtures 2015
U13 Bucks Fixtures 2015
U13 Roes Fixtures 2015
U15 Stags Fixtures 2015
U15 Bucks Fixtures 2015
U17 Fixtures 2015

Latest News Articles

A tale of two Brothers
A tale of two Brothers

After a successful start to the season…

John Hewitt - May 26, 2015
First XI versus Harefield 16th May 2015
First XI versus Harefield 16th May 2015

A vast improvement on last week from their…

Elliot Pinkham - May 19, 2015
MBCC Third XI versus Wokingham 4th 16th May 2015
MBCC Third XI versus Wokingham 4th 16th May 2015

Having been put in to bat by Wokingham,…

Tom Allen - May 19, 2015
They huffed and they puffed but they couldn't......
They huffed and they puffed but they couldn't......

The 2nd XI just couldn’t get the job done…

Tom Wilding - May 18, 2015
Little return for poor batting display
Little return for poor batting display

A poor batting performance saw Maidenhead…

Elliot Pinkham - May 14, 2015
Sunday XI v Braywood 10th May 2015
Sunday XI v Braywood 10th May 2015

M & B lost on Sunday for the first time…

Mat Armstrong - May 12, 2015
Blowing in the wind
Blowing in the wind

Maidenhead and Bray 2nd XI won their opening…

Tom Wilding - May 10, 2015
MBCC Second XI v Datchet 2nd May 2015
MBCC Second XI v Datchet 2nd May 2015

Maidenhead and Bray 2s played out a narrow…

Tom Wilding - May 05, 2015

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

Contact Information

  • Address: The Pavilion, The High Street, Bray, Maidenhead, Berkshire SL6 2AA
  • Clubhouse Number: 01628 622669
  • Mobile Number:
  • Club Email Address: cricketat@mandbcc.co.uk
  • Website Address: www.mandbcc.co.uk

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Club Details

Maidenhead & Bray Cricket Club Limited Reg No. 03192424 Registered In England

Registered Address: Victoria Cottage, Grove Lane, Winkfield Row, Bracknell, RG42 6ND

Club Secretary - Tom Allen - Club Secretary

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