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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 five seasons, while the Second XI have achieved an unprecedented five consecutive promotions. The Third XI has achieved 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

Newsletter 2016-05

Posted Mon, 30 May 2016 18:10 by Jono. Permalink

Please see the latest news in our fantastic club newsletter, courtesy of Pete Reynolds, below!
Newsletter 2016-05.pdf

Rainham CC Open Day & England v Russia Euros Match – 11th June 2016

Posted Sun, 29 May 2016 21:08 by peter.j.reynolds. Permalink

The Rainham CC annual Open day will take place on Saturday 11th June from 2pm until 6pm at Spring Farm Park. The Open Day will comprise of cricket coaching for anyone new to the game or anyone that would like to come back to play. We will also have some fun games to play. our 2ns XI will be at home in a top of the table clash against Ingatestone II.

Following up our Open Day we will be showing the England v Russia opening match of their Euro 2016 campaign starting at 8pm.

This should be a good day and evening so please come along and experience the unique atmosphere of Rainham Cricket Club

Rainham CC Kwik Cricket Tournament – Thursday 9th June 2016

Posted Sun, 29 May 2016 21:01 by peter.j.reynolds. Permalink

The Rainham CC Kwik Cricket Tournament is open to all junior schools in Rainham and this year we have a good entry of 7 different schools taking part and 9 teams to date on Thursday 9th June.

We   require volunteers to ensure the games run to time, setting up the pitches  and to provide refreshments for all participants, visitors and volunteers.

The tournament will commence at 10am and should be completed around 2.30pm, so if anyone could lend a hand please contact Peter Reynolds as it would be most appreciated.

Kwik Cricket Tournaments 24th & 26th May

Posted Sun, 22 May 2016 18:30 by peter.j.reynolds. Permalink

We are again hosting the Havering Kwik cricket tournaments on 24th and 26th May.

If anyone could help out then please contact Peter Reynolds.

The boys tournament will be on 24th May starting at 9am through to 4pm and the girls tournament will start at 10am through to 3pm. The main duties will be to ensure all games are played to time, so any help would be much appreciated.

Quiz Night -Saturday 14th May from 8pm

Posted Mon, 02 May 2016 19:46 by peter.j.reynolds. Permalink

The ever popular quiz night will take place down the club on Saturday 14th May from 8pm. Your Quiz Master, the great brain of Brearley, will host the quiz in his normal exemplary fashion.

This is always an enjoyable night so please bring along family and friends to take on the general knowledge might of Rainham Cricket Club and sample the delights of the cheap bar, even though Budweiser has gone up 10p! Hopefully this wont keep Jas and Harry away.




Six a Side Cricket and Table Tennis Tournaments Sunday 1st May 2016

Posted Mon, 25 Apr 2016 16:58 by peter.j.reynolds. Permalink

The first social event of the season kicks off with the six a side cricket tournament and the table tennis tournaments at the same time on Sunday 1st May.

It’s an 11am meet for a midday start, so please let Jono know if you wish to play. The cricket six a side is a seniors competition, but under 13s and over will be allowed to play.

There will be 2 table tennis tournaments one for the under 14s and the other for over 14s. Again let Jono know if you wish to play. a £2 entry fee per player per tournament will apply.

As usual trophies will be presented to the winning six a side cricket team and the winners of the table tennis tournaments.

There will be a tea for all players and a BBQ available for everyone, so please come along and enjoy a nice social day with a bit of cricket, table tennis, food and plenty of drink from our well stocked bar.

Newsletter 2016-03

Posted Wed, 30 Mar 2016 18:09 by Jono. Permalink

Please see the latest news in our fantastic club newsletter, courtesy of Pete Reynolds, below!
Newsletter 2016-03.pdf

Tea Duties – Volunteers Required

Posted Fri, 25 Mar 2016 13:37 by peter.j.reynolds. Permalink

We are looking for volunteers to carry out Tea Duties on Saturday and Sundays at Spring Farm Park or our 3rd team home matches in Billericay. If you are interested please let Jas Hothi know or any of the committee and let Jas know if you would like to volunteer for senior matches, junior matches or both , as well as the day you would prefer.

Last year we had around 5 volunteers, which ensured our volunteers only had to do the teas once a month, so the more the merrier.

This is a very important role within the club, so if anyone could offer their services it would be very much appreciated.


Nat West Cricketforce Weekend – Thank You

Posted Wed, 23 Mar 2016 18:19 by peter.j.reynolds. Permalink

Well done to all the volunteers that took part in the Nat West Cricketforce weekend. All the list of jobs were achieved with the revelation of a new umpires room being created. The nets are ready for the new season, the back tidied up, as well as the container, tables sanded and wood stained,the patio and clubhouse jet washed and the kit room has been plaster boarded thanks to the efforts of Mickey Clifford,  Steve Jackson and Harry Light.

The bar and kitchen are ready to be used and the clubhouse in general looks cleaner and tidier, so as club members we should all keep it that way throughout the season.

Volunteers that attended on either day, not already mentioned were Abdal Altaf, Charlie Puncher, Tyler Bunn, Ronnie Jackson, Fraser Oates, Hayden Musham, Ethan Musham, Jamie Eacott, Will Knowlden, Lee Carter, Brearley, Debbi Blackman Little, Jamie Little, Bobby Little, Raj Hothi, Ben Little, Joe Attfield, Jono, Alex Sullivan, Flynn Treanor, Pete Allen, Eddie Spear, our table shiners Graham Burr, Jason Downton, Jas Hothi.

Special thanks to Sharon Adkins and Suzanne Treanor for providing the food, Paul Oates for providing the leaf blower and cleaning the patio and to Keith Light for organising the works and putting in a double shift. Apologies to anyone I may have missed out.



Nat West Cricketforce Weekend 19th/20th March 2016

Posted Wed, 09 Mar 2016 20:43 by peter.j.reynolds. Permalink

Our Nat West Cricketforce weekend will take place this year on 19th and 20th March from 10am each day to ensure our facilities are in good order prior to the season commencing. Examples of the type of work that will be required during the weekend are as follows, so if you could spare a few hours on either day it would be much appreciated:

Paint gent toilets, clear shrubs and weeds from rear of clubhouse, paint equipment room,  paint and clean external brickwork, clear, clean and repaint lines in external nets, sand and stain clubhoes tables 

If you have any paint brushes or cutting tools to remove the weeds and shrubs please bring them along.

Food & drink will be provided on the day, kindly preapred by Suzanne Treanor. Nat West cricketforce tee shirts will be provided for the first 25 volunteers, which will save you getting your own clothes dirty.  It’s normally an enjoyable weekend so come along and ensure our club is ready for the new season.

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Recent Results

First XI

Saturday 4th June 2016
League, Away vs. Stock CC 1st XI

Rainham Won by 1 Wickets

Jas Hothi - 62
Dipal Patel - 2 for 17 from 5.0 overs

Second XI

Saturday 4th June 2016
League, Home vs. Ardleigh Green CC Navestock Ardleigh Green 1st XI

Rainham Lost by 9 Wickets

S Noman - 20
Abdul Altaf - 1 for 15 from 5.2 overs

Third XI

Saturday 14th May 2016
League, Home vs. Wickham CC, Essex 2nd XI

Rainham Lost by 45 Runs

P Tiggs - 30
Jamie Eacott - 2 for 36 from 9.0 overs

Sunday First XI

Sunday 29th May 2016
League, Home vs. Hainault & Clayhall CC Sunday 1st XI

Rainham Won by 1 Wickets

Sid Patel - 91
Jon O'Neill - 3 for 18 from 4.0 overs


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

Rainham Lost by -76 Runs

Raj Hothi - 18
No bowling data.


Wednesday 11th May 2016
Cup, Home vs. Goresbrook CC Under 13

Rainham Lost by 44 Runs

Raj Hothi - 30 not out
Raj Hothi - 1 for 6 from 2.0 overs


Sunday 5th June 2016
League, Home vs. Newham CC Under 12

Rainham Lost by 185 Runs

Bobby Little - 4
Louis Smith - 2 for 8 from 1.0 overs

Upcoming Fixtures

First XI

Saturday 25th June 2016

Away vs. Ingatestone 1st X1

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Second XI

Saturday 25th June 2016

Home vs. Writtle 2nd X1

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Third XI

Saturday 25th June 2016

away vs. Bentley 4th X1

View all Third XI fixtures

Sunday First XI

Sunday 26th June 2016

Home vs. Orsett and Thurrock

View all Sunday First XI fixtures


Sunday 26th June 2016

Home vs. Gidea Park & Romford

View all Under-15s fixtures


Wednesday 6th July 2016

Home vs. Goresbrook

View all Under-13s fixtures


Sunday 3rd July 2016

Home vs. Brentwood

Peter Coe Cup
View all Under-12s fixtures


Sunday 26th June 2016

Away vs. Gidea Park & Romford

View all Under-11s fixtures

Mid Essex League Tables

Mid-Essex Division 1

Mid-Essex Division 6

Mid-Essex Division 10

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

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