Open Age Cricket

Our Mission

To create opportunities for people to be involved in cricket from recreation to county

Importance to Cornwall Cricket

Cornwall Cricket aims is to instil a lifelong love for cricket to all players. We recognise the importance of providing a positive experience for all who play the game, whether that be people who are completely new to cricket or juniors progressing out of a youth sections and in to an adult cricket environment.

In Cornwall there are 67 affiliated cricket clubs which means we have a wide variety of standards and environments for players and parents to choose from. For people new to the county or for people wanting to start their adult cricket journey please get in touch with us and we will be happy to help find a club that is right for you.

Cricket provides people with a structured activity within a safe environment enabling people to socialise and have fun. Recreational cricket brings the community together as a hub, making the cricket club the community hub and a place where people can go to enjoy being in a safe fun and inclusive space.

Recreational cricket enables people's playing ability to be challenged and allows for progress to allow people to reach their potential up an down the pathway. Cricket is a place where people can be welcomed, play if they wish or simply take part and have fun. Players can train and play depending on their ability. People can developing a healthy lifestyle both physically and mentally, which is so important. Cricket is inclusive all clubs are welcoming and have fun at the heart of their cricket offer. 

Cornwall Cricket is committed to making cricket is a game for all.

The Cornwall Cricket League has 67 Clubs and 145 teams playing Saturday cricket in 2024.

The National Club Championship  Penzance & Helston entered in 2024.

The National Vitality Club T20 Championship sees Cornwall's T20 champions (WT Edwards Cup winners) qualify to the National competition in August.

The Voneus Village Cup  Cornish side Troon won the inaugural Haig Village Championship in 1972 beating Astwood Bank (Warwickshire) by seven wickets at Lord's. They won again in 1973 & 1976. 8 teams have entered in 2024.

The Isaac Foot Cup, presented by Rt. Hon. Isaac Foot, M.P. in 1928 (for competition by village teams in the Callington area). 15 entries in 2021.