WELLOW & PLAITFORD CRICKET CLUB
Mens, ladies and junior cricket near Romsey, Hampshire
ABOUT WELLOW & PLAITFORD CRICKET CLUB
We are a friendly and welcoming club based in the village of Wellow - on the northern border of The New Forest, near Romsey, Hampshire.
We welcome all sections of the community; the club plays adult cricket and also has a thriving colts section.
The club has achieved Clubmark status by demonstrating that best practices are in place to develop and deliver high quality community cricket for everyone.
SUMMER 2021 COVID-19 UPDATE: Please refer to the Covid rules and regulations which can be found in the downloads section of our website.
Following a successful season in 2017 where the 1st team won the league, unbeaten, the team were promoted into Regional Division 1 North West. 2018 saw a 7th place finish in the league of 18 teams despite some issues with weather.
2019 is here and we will also be competing in The Border League. All the matches are played throughout the summer on a Tuesday evening between clubs who are based within a 10 mile radius of Romsey, Hampshire. The league consists of three divisions; plus two annual knockout competitions: the Cup and the Plate.
We are always looking for new members so if you are interested in playing, please contact us!
In 2019 we started to run fun and informal softball cricket sessions for ladies and secondary school aged girls. These proved very popular and the ladies played several friendly matches in the summer of 2019 and 2020. We hope to arrange further friendly fixtures in 2021 including a W10 softball festival at Wellow. If you are interested in playing softball cricket please do get in touch - no experience necessary.
To find out more about the next ladies cricket training session, please contact us.
We have a thriving colts section with multiple teams for boys and girls aged from 5 to 14 years of age. We meet for training on a Wednesday evening at the Wellow Recreation Ground and our teams play matches in the NJFCA North Leagues.
Our fully qualified coaches provide structured and organised coaching which provides the boys and girls with the tools to progress their cricketing knowledge and skills in a fun, safe and progressive environment. We welcome young cricketers of all abilities and pride ourselves in our inclusive policy where we ensure everyone gets a game, no matter how experienced or skilled the child is.
ALL STARS CRICKET
UNDER 9S & U11S CRICKET
U13S AND U15S CRICKET
All Stars is an ECB initiative to give boys and girls, aged 5-8, a fun introduction to cricket. Children registered before the deadline receive a personalised bag, T-shirt and cricket kit as part of their subscription. From 2017 to 2019 we ran an annual All Stars Cricket season and are hoping to run All Stars, or a similar format for our younger cricketers in 2021.
Our U9s and U11s squads train on a Wednesday at 5.30pm - 6.30pm. We welcome children of all abilities to train regardless of whether or not they wish to be involved in matches. The U9s play friendly fixtures on a Friday evening and U11s on a Sunday morning in the NFJCA North leagues. A fixture list can be found in the downloads section of the website.
Our U13s and U15s train on a Wednesday at 6.45pm - 7.45pm. We welcome children of all abilities to training regardless of whether or not they wish to be involved in matches. Both teams play in the NFJCA North league. The U13s matches are on Thursday evening and the U15s play their matches on a Sunday.
Safeguarding and Child Welfare
The club Welfare Officer is Rowena Moore and can be reached on email@example.com.
Wellow and Plaitford Cricket Club has achieved Club Mark accreditation and recognizes that the club is in a position to develop and deliver high quality community cricket in a safe and friendly environment.
Wellow & Plaitford Cricket Club is fully committed to safeguarding and promoting the well being of all its members, and believes it is important that members, coaches, administrators and parents, carers or guardians associated with the club should show respect and understanding for the safety and welfare of others.
Members are encouraged to be open at all times and to share any concerns with the coaches or the Welfare Officer.
The club provides a safe environment for children to play cricket based on the guidance laid out in the ECB Safe Hands Policy.
These policies are also posted on the Welfare Notice Board in the clubhouse.
We are extremely grateful to our sponsors who enable us to provide experiences of fun, and opportunities to make friendships, memories, and traditions that last a lifetime. Contributions are used for providing team kit and maintaining the clubhouse, training ground and facilities. If you would like to sponsor the cricket club or donate please contact the club Chairman using the below link.
Lower Common Rd, West Wellow, Romsey SO51 6BT, UK