We will be playing another one of our Lancashire League neighbours Ramsbottom Cricket Club in a 40 over freindly on Saturday 13th April with a 1.00 start.
Your club membership is now due.
On Sunday 14th April we will playing a first team friendly at Lancashire League Rawtenstall Cricket Club, wickets pitched at 1.00.
Our tour of Wales is now arranged, for 2019 we will be playing Bangor, Mochdre and Colwyn Bay.
We are pleased to announce that we are to host this years Lancashire Club Under 19's T20 final on Friday 23rd August.
The GMCLUA will be running a course aimed specifically at club umpires on Thursday 21st March at 7.30pm at Bury CC.
Our senior fixtures can be found on the home page of our website.
All Stars Cricket returns to Bury Cricket Club for 2019. It provides boys and girls from 5-8 years old with 8 weeks of non-stop fun. The activity and game based programme is suitable for all skill levels, providing your child with the foundations to begin a lifelong love of physical activity and cricket, while making friends in a safe and enjoyable environment. For more information click here
At our Annual General Meeting on Monday 4th February it was decided that the Captains for the 2019 season would be as follows:
Hi all,as previous supporters of Bury Cricket Club Golf Day, we wanted to give you an early heads up about this year's event.
Everyone at Bury CC is deeply saddened to hear of the news of the passing of our ex-first team wicket keeper, Pete Allen. Pete had been battling illness for some time and this fight sadly ended on his 60th birthday.
It's always difficult to summarise a player so soon after they have left us. I think you can reflect on a player with rose tinted glasses and get misty eyed about ambient summers past, but Pete Allen was simply the best amateur wicket keeper I ever played with and in the top two I'd either played with, or against.
On Monday 4th February at 7.45pm we will be holding our Annual General Meeting at Bury Cricket Club.
Senior Nets start on 31st January at Bury Gramnar School Sports Centre, 8-9.30pm.
Junior nets start at Bury Grammar Sports Hall on Wednesday 16th January.
A very Happy New Year to all our players, members, supporters, sponsors and volunteers, we hope everyone has a fantastic 2019.
We are pleased to announce our head coach for 2019, Martin Kay.A brief resume of Martins career follows: Martin comes with a wealth of experience, he is a Level 3 coach having taken the course with Andy Flower, Simon Brown and Geoff Arnold.He has delivered on a number of Level 1 Coaching Awards for the old Lancashire Cricket Board. He coached Lancashire women and girls for 6 years. He assisted in the relaunch of the section and saw success at both junior and senior levels. A former inter city coach reaching the final at Arundel Castle, He also coached at Woodbank CC as Head Coach and on many in school projects all over Lancashire.He is currently coaching on the Greater Manchester Cricket League Academy.Martin has asked me to pass on these words:I am looking forward to working with a talented group of players and support staff to maximise potential and ultimately fight for a place back in the Greater Manchester Cricket League Premier Division.Martin will be assisted by Sam Holt who will head up our Junior Coaching.
The GMCL has now published the Saturday fixtures for the 2019 season.
We have now returned from our tour of Sri Lanka, a big thank you to all those who made the trip a reality. To read all about click on the link below.
On Friday 28th September at the Lancashire Cricket end of season awards dinner Bury Cricket Club became one of the four regional clubs of the year in Lancashire for 2018. To be considered for an award as prestigous as this is another step in the continuing process of improving the club in all areas.