Women's Softball Cricket

Soft Ball Cricket is a game for everyone, no matter your skill level, fitness or age! Festivals are all about fun, friends and family! No experience is necessary and all ages and abilities are welcome.

Festivals are fun, sociable and a great way to get active.

Who Can Play?

Mums of All Stars and Dynamos

Wives, girlfriends & friends of existing players

Female sports teams/players seeking a summer sport

Ex-players who want to get back into cricket

Existing players who don't want to play hard ball

Daughters/Sisters 12+ of existing players

Soft Ball Cricket Festivals 2021

Venue Date Time Book Here
Hayle Friday 18th June 6pm Book Here
St. Buryan Friday 25th June 6:30pm Book Here
Wadebridge Sunday 27th June 2pm Book Here
Hayle Friday 2nd July 6pm Book Here
Penzance Saturday 3rd July 9:30am Book Here
St. Neot Wednesday 7th July 6pm Book Here
Penzance Saturday 17th July 9:30am Book Here
Wadebridge Sunday 18th July 2pm Book Here
St. Buryan Friday 23rd July 6:30pm Book Here
St. Stephen Sunday 25th July 11am Book Here
Penzance Saturday 31st July 9:30am Book Here
St. Stephen Sunday 15th August 11am Book Here
Wadebridge Sunday 22nd August 2pm Book Here
Pencarrow Monday 30th August 6pm Book Here
Paul Friday 3rd September 6pm Book Here


Softball Festival Scoresheet

Softball Cricket Playing Guide

A Simple Guide to Cricket

Guides and marketing assets - to promote sessions and to ensure your festivals are a success!


Interested in playing women’s cricket?

Find a club that offers women's hardball or softball cricket.


If you are a club looking to host a Soft Ball Cricket Festival, please contact Cornwall Women & Girls’ Development Officer: