Welcome to Lavant Cricket Club

Who we are
Lavant Cricket Club play friendly but competitive cricket matches in the Chichester area during the summer weekends. If you’d like to come and join our cricket club to play competitive but friendly cricket at lovely rural Hampshire and West Sussex grounds then get in touch with the secretary.

23 fixtures for the 2021 season have been arranged

We all need to give Stuart a huge vote of thanks. It’s not yet November but Stuart has arranged 23 weekend fixtures for the 2021 season. Stuart has had endless conversations with the other fixture secretaries which were made even harder because of the current restrictions. This has been a huge effort by Stuart. We look forward to welcoming Stuart as an umpire at any of our matches next year.

A decade of performance tables prepared by Alex
Alex has compiled a decade of Lavant performances to create 2010-2019 batting and bowling averages for each player. There are no prizes for guessing who has topped the run and wicket taking leader boards if you have played for the club for a few years. Apologies if there are some missing performances. You can find all of Alex’s performance tables on the History of LCC page.

Guidelines for the Return of Cricket at Lavant Cricket Club following the easing of restrictions of the COVID-19 Pandemic
Here are the Lavant Cricket Club’s guidelines for the return of cricket which need to be adhered to by all team members, opposition team members and visitors before the match can commence. The ECB have issued further umpiring and scoring guidelines for social distancing cricket matches and as a pictogram. The full ECB guidelines are available here.

The 2019 Annual Dinner
The annual dinner and awards ceremony was held on 8th November at the Blacksmith’s Arms in Donnington. Twenty two club members and partners enjoyed their meals with each course interspersed by Robin, the club chairman, presenting the awards. Photos from the dinner can be found on the Gallery page and the list of awards for 2019 and personal averages can be found on the History of LCC page.

Laws of cricket
Learn the new MCC laws of cricket
Read Steve’s tips on running and calling

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