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Everything you need to know about Burton Cricket club.

Burton’s cricket heritage can be traced back to the year of the Queen’s silver jubilee, 1977.

The cricket club was established by a group of locals who wanted to enjoy competitive cricketing contests with like-minded teams, played in an idyllic setting and always to the renowned spirit of the game.

Burton’s setting with breath-taking views across to the Dee estuary has always proved popular with visiting opponents, as have the excellent catering and well maintained selection of beers!
The cricket club forms part of the wider Gladstone Village Hall social club which offers a number of other sporting and recreational pursuits and facilities, including tennis, crown green bowls, snooker, walking and painting. More details can be found at http://www.gladstonevillagehall.co.uk/.

Burton play a healthy mix of competitive league and friendly cricket fixture throughout the season and currently sustains three distinct teams: UKFAST Saturday Cheshire Cricket League team, Midweek Friendlies team (Thursday evenings in the main) and the Sunday Friendlies team. The midweek team plays to a 20:20 format, with the Saturday league team playing to a traditional 50 over format and Sunday team playing the longer 40 over format (conditions permitting). Both friendly teams work to an “Academy” format, with players drawn from a healthy mix of experience and youth to a format that is competitive yet fun.

We therefore welcome players of all ages and abilities to join us and are confident that we can slot you in to a format that works best for you.

Burton Cricket Club is fully insured and, in line with Cheshire Cricket Board regulations, we have our own fully accredited Child Welfare Officer.
Address
Burton Cricket Club
Gladstone Village Hall
The Village
Burton
CH64 5TH

Directions
The Ground itself is located behind the Gladstone Village Hall. It is not visible from the road, so you must look out for the hall. A large round mirror on the side of Dunstan Lane, marks the entrance to the parking lot.

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