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  • A Pillar of the Local Community

    Rainham Cricket Club has been an established part of the Rainham community since 1896. The club prides itself on its social agenda as well as its competitive cricketing history.
    The club has invested massively in its Youth sections and developed strong and sustainable links with local schools and community groups.

  • A Club on the Up and Up

    Our hard work off the pitch is paying dividends on it. The First XI has been promoted in four of the last six seasons, while the Second XI have achieved an unprecedented SIX consecutive promotions. The Third XI has achieved back-to-back-to-back promotions and a Fourth XI is considering entry into the T-Rippon in the next year or two.
    With an insatiable feel-good factor on and off the pitch, the sky is really the limit...

  • Inspiring the Next Generation

    The club have recently acquired the prestigious Clubmark accreditation which ensures on- and off-field practices are of the highest standard as well as ensuring the club facilities and coaching create a safe and enjoyable environment for younger players.

  • Family Spirit Embodied Through Cricket

    With excellent playing and social opportunities for the whole family, perhaps the most important quality of Rainham Cricket Club is its spirit and warm, friendly atmosphere.
    The club is acknowledged by most others and members past and present as a unique place to be and you will find that once you join our club you have real friends for life.
    Come and see for yourself!

  • An Opportunity for Corporate Relationships

    Cricket continues on a national level to invest heavily in grass roots development and Rainham Cricket Club provides an excellent platform for local companies and national organisations alike to maximise their potential media coverage and PR exposure.
    Many organisations have already benefited from such an equitable relationship, showing excellent returns on their investment.

Recent News

Rainham CC – All Stars Cricket Programme

Posted Thu, 13 Apr 2017 11:03 by Jono. Permalink

Rainham CC will be launching their All Stars Cricket programme on Monday 22nd May and will continue for 8 weeks. The programme is aimed at boys and girls of 5 to 8 years of age.

If you have any friends or relatives that may be interested then please bring them over to Spring Farm Park from 6.30pm.

Before doing so, you will have to register via the official ECB webs
ite link below. The programme costs £40 of which £5 will go towards the club.


Also attached is a poster to hand out to family, friends, clubs, societies, schools etc. Please spread the word.


All_Stars_Cricket_Poster Rainham CC 22 May 2017

Club Kit Website

Posted Wed, 12 Apr 2017 16:59 by Jono. Permalink

You can now obtain official 2017 club kit from the Mr Cricket Shop website at the following link:


Password is RAINHAM112

Happy shopping!ClubKit

Congratulations Indoor ‘A’ team

Posted Tue, 04 Apr 2017 09:35 by peter.j.reynolds. Permalink

Well done to everyone that played for the A team and finishing top of the South Essex West Division 1. The top of the table slot was secured last night with a great team performance against Belhus winning by 4 wickets.

We will now progress to the South Board’s play-off final.  Our opponents will be the winners of the district board’s equivalent competition which is running at Westcliff.

Most likely, the play-off final will be staged at the Essex Indoor Centre at the Cloud FM County Ground, Chelmsford, on a Sunday evening in November.  Further details will be sent to our captain Jas Hothi, in due course.

A copy of the final table is attached.

South Essex Indoor Division 1 04.04.17

Bar Opening Signing On Night and Nat West Cricketforce Weekend

Posted Fri, 24 Mar 2017 08:07 by peter.j.reynolds. Permalink

Don’t forget tonight the signing on night down the club tonight from 7pm.

Pay your annual subs of £80 for seniors and £50 for youths and concessions and you’ll receive a discount on your club kit order.

Also over the weekend of Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th March is our Nat West Cricketforce weekend, so please try to spare a couple of hours to help get the clubhouse and our facilities ready for the new season.  Starts from 10am both days and any help will be gratefully received.

If anyone has a leaf blower or a jet wash and wouldn’t mind using them down the club over this weekend, please bring them along.

Food and drink will be available for all volunteers.

A full list of jobs required to be completed is attached.

See you all tonight and at the weekend.

Nat West Cricketforce day suggested works 25-26 March 2017




Dal Lehal Coach Support Workers Course

Posted Fri, 10 Mar 2017 08:58 by peter.j.reynolds. Permalink

Good luck to Dal Leahl, who has finally caved in to my constant badgering, and will be attending a coach support workers course on Saturday 11th March.

Dal will be a welcome addition to our coaching team to assist the youngsers with their cricketing development.

Dal Dec 16

24th, 25th and 26th March – Signing on Social Night and Nat West Cricketforce Weekend

Posted Fri, 03 Mar 2017 13:50 by peter.j.reynolds. Permalink

All – dates for your diary.

First of all Friday 24th March from 7pm will be the club signing on night to pay annul subs of £80 for seniors and £50 for juniors and concessions.  If this is paid on the night or prior to the night then this will entitle you to discount on your club kit order.

The bar will also be open as this will double up as a pre-season social night.

Next dates are the weekend of Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th March. Come along and spare some time to get the club ship shape prior to the season commencing by helping with general tidying up, painting, pitch maintenance etc. Anyone that has a leaf blower or a jet washer that they could bring along, as it would be most appreciated, as well as everyones time.

See you all on 24th, 25th and 26th March.


Kelly Wallace-Holtom – Club Welfare Officer

Posted Wed, 01 Feb 2017 08:07 by peter.j.reynolds. Permalink

Good luck to Kelly Wallace-Holtom who will be attending a Safeguarding and Protecting Young Cricketers Course tonight in Chelmsford.

The following week Kelly will also be attending the Club Welfare Officers Course and will then be our new Club Welfare Officer from there on in.

Rainham CC wishes Kelly all the best and welcomes her to the general committee.

Kelly Wallace-Holtom

Darren Holtom – Coach Support Workers Course

Posted Sat, 21 Jan 2017 08:36 by peter.j.reynolds. Permalink

Good luck to Darren Holtom who will be attending the Coach Support Workers Course today.

Darren will be assisting Joe Attfield with coaching the under 15s this season, so we can welcome Darren to our ever growing team of Cricket Coaches and Support Workers at Rainham CC.

Joe Attfield – Level 2 Coaching Course

Posted Sun, 08 Jan 2017 10:59 by peter.j.reynolds. Permalink

Good luck to Joe Attfield who starts his Level 2 coaching course on Saturday 14th January and will continue over the next 4 Saturdays until he takes his final assesment in March or April.

We are in need of more level 2 coaches, so we’ll all wish Joe well and give him as much support as we can to help him progress to level 2.

Joe Presidents Day 2016


Tesco Bags of Help – Rainham CC Renovation to Bowlers Run Up

Posted Tue, 20 Dec 2016 15:02 by peter.j.reynolds. Permalink

Happy Christmas to everyone from all at Rainham Cricket Club!

Don’t forget to request a blue token from the till every time you shop at Tesco to support our #BagsofHelp schemeChristmas bash jumpers17.12.16

We have only until the end of December to collect as many blue tokens and place in our box in store

Tesco Logo

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Recent Results

First XI

Saturday 3rd September 2016
League, Away vs. Springfield CC, Essex 2nd XI

No Result

Jas Hothi - 69
Charlie Puncher - 4 for 21 from 4.0 overs

Second XI

Saturday 6th August 2016
League, Away vs. Ardleigh Green CC Navestock Ardleigh Green 1st XI

Rainham Won by 2 Wickets

Rushy Patel - 58 not out
Rushy Patel - 2 for 29 from 10.0 overs

Third XI

Saturday 13th August 2016
League, Away vs. Ardleigh Green CC Navestock Ardleigh Green 2nd XI

Rainham Lost by 6 Wickets

W Knowden - 47
Ben Little - 2 for 30 from 9.0 overs

Sunday First XI

Sunday 31st July 2016
League, Away vs. Hainault & Clayhall CC Sunday 1st XI

Rainham Lost by 12 Runs

Jon O'Neill - 74
Jon O'Neill - 3 for 24 from 5.2 overs


Sunday 8th May 2016
League, Away vs. Buckhurst Hill CC Under 15a

Rainham Lost by -76 Runs

Raj Hothi - 18
No bowling data.


Sunday 14th August 2016
League, Away vs. Gidea Park & Romford CC Under 13

Rainham Won by 8 Wickets

Raj Hothi - 30 not out
Kyan Lehal - 2 for 4 from 3.0 overs


Sunday 17th July 2016
League, Away vs. Hutton CC Under 12

Rainham Lost by 152 Runs

Kyan Lehal - 37 not out
Alfie Stouchbury - 2 for 25 from 5.0 overs

Upcoming Fixtures

First XI

Saturday 6th May 2017

Home vs. Stock I

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Second XI

Saturday 6th May 2017

Away vs. Ingatestone II

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Third XI

Saturday 6th May 2017

TRFC vs. E. Hann & Gt. Burstead II

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Sunday First XI

Sunday 7th May 2017

Away vs. Hainault & Clayhall

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Sunday 14th May 2017

TRFC vs. Fives & Heronians

Cox and Kings
View all Under-15s fixtures


Wednesday 10th May 2017

Home vs. Hornchurch Athletic

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Monday 1st May 2017

Away vs. Upminster

Peter Coe Cup
View all Under-12s fixtures


Sunday 21st May 2017

Away vs. GPRCC

View all Under-11s fixtures

Mid Essex League Tables

Mid-Essex Division 1

Mid-Essex Division 5

Mid-Essex Division 8

T-Rippon Mid-Essex Cricket League
Tables courtesy of T-Rippon Mid-Essex Cricket League.

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