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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

Co-op Local Community Fund

Posted Mon, 18 Nov 2019 19:44 by peter.j.reynolds. Permalink

A massive thank you all Co-op members @coopuk that  contributed to the Rainham CC outdoor nets fund to extend our existing net facility at Spring Farm Park.

This will definitely make a difference #MakingaDifference for the community and club members.

Below are some photos of the work in progress and the finished extension.

Rainham CC Youth Section AGM – Wednesday 13th November 2019

Posted Thu, 31 Oct 2019 20:32 by peter.j.reynolds. Permalink

The Rainham Cricket Club youth annual general meeting take place on Wednesday 13th November at the club house in Spring Farm Park at 7.30pm.

As usual we will be looking for volunteers to take on certain roles, with the main focus being on the following:

Under 9 team manager

Under 12 team manager

Under 13 team manager

Under 16 team manager

More All stars Activators or helpers

Youth section administration



Please come along and support the club as it would be good to fill these roles.

See you all on 13th November.




Rainham CC Annual General Meeting and Dinner and Dance

Posted Thu, 17 Oct 2019 19:45 by peter.j.reynolds. Permalink

A few dates for the diary.

First of all the Annual General Meeting at the Clubhouse in Spring Farm Park on Friday 25th October. Please come along to express any views you have and to vote in a new committee and Captains for the 2020 season. Starts at 7.30pm

This year’s annual dinner and dance will take place at Ingerbourne Links Golf Club on Friday 15th November. Cost of a 3 course meal and evening entertainment is £30. Please contact Paul Newman to book your place and order the choices of your meal.

Club Tidy Day 7th September and Youth Presentation Night 14th September

Posted Thu, 29 Aug 2019 19:03 by peter.j.reynolds. Permalink

A couple of dates for the diary: first of all Saturday 7th September from 10am is our end of season club tidy day to complete jobs such as cleaning out the external nets, tidying the equipment room, removing excess weeds from the rear of the building, clean out all the gutters and end of season pitch renovation works. Please come along and help out, even for just one hour.

The following week Saturday 14th September is the youth presentation night from 6pm at the clubhouse. There will be awards for each of our age groups under 9s, 11s, 12s, 13s, 14s, 15s and 16s for most runs, most wickets, most fielding victims and most improved, as well as the prestigious champagne moment, plus a few surprises.

It’s an enjoyable night, so please come along to celebrate our 2019 youth season.


Rainham CC – President’s Day – Sunday 25th August 2019

Posted Sat, 17 Aug 2019 08:28 by peter.j.reynolds. Permalink

Come along and bring your family and friends to our annual President’s day social occasion.

The format of the day is as follows:

9.30am – youth T20 match – Jono’s team v Pete’s team

12.30pm – President’s XI v Chairman’s XI in a T21 match plus the ‘Light Challenge’

1pm – Ladies Softball match – followed by Prosecco and Pastries Reception

4.30pm – Under 16s v Parents match (The parents currently in front 4-2 in the series)

7.30pm – Burssy’s famous non-stop music memory stick Disco

There will be a BBQ serving from midday

It’s a nice social day so please come along and support your local cricket club


Rainham CC – All Stars Cricket World Cup Family Fun Day 14th July 2019

Posted Tue, 02 Jul 2019 21:47 by peter.j.reynolds. Permalink

Rainham CC will be hosting an All Stars World Cup family fun day on 14th July at Spring Farm Park.

Cricket activities on the day will be based around the world cup with each team representing a world cup team playing matches around the 3 tees and rapid fire cricket rules.

There will also be some individual events such as most accurate bowler, longest throw and biggest hitter with the bat.

We would like to see the All stars and their parents taking part.

There will also be a ladies soft ball ladies cricket match starting at 11am with the All Stars activities starting at 9.30am.

The cricket world cup final will also be screened in the clubhouse, so come along and enjoy the day.


Gants Hill Rotary Club Defibrillator

Posted Fri, 07 Jun 2019 14:08 by Jono. Permalink

Thanks to the wonderful people at Gants Hill Rotary Club who have donated a defibrillator to Rainham Cricket Club.

This added safety measure for our players, youths and the wider community is a very welcome addition.

The handover was made with a friendly T20, which was enjoyed by all – despite the Club Development Manager running out the Chairman!

Rainham CC – All Stars Programme 2019

Posted Sat, 02 Mar 2019 09:02 by peter.j.reynolds. Permalink

For the third year in succession we will be taking part in the All Stars Cricket programme, which is aimed at 5 to 8 year olds. We’ll have a new Activator this year, in Lizzie Pattison, who will be leading most of the sessions. The first session will commence on Monday 20th May and will continue for 8 consecutive weeks until 8th July and as an addition we will be adding an extra family fun day, aimed at the All Stars and their parents on Sunday 14th July, which is the day of the cricket World Cup final.

Even at this early stage we have 7 All Stars signed up to take part in the programme, which is much healthier than we had at this stage last year. Please let any family and friends know about our All Stars programme, which has been a great success over the last couple of years. The programme costs £40 which includes the 8 coaching sessions, a personalised All Stars tee-shirt, ruck-sack, bat, ball and cap and the website to register is as per the attached link https://allstarscricket.co.uk/rainhamcc

Signing on Night and Nat West Cricketforce Day 29th-30th March 2019

Posted Tue, 26 Feb 2019 09:51 by peter.j.reynolds. Permalink

Our annual signing on night will take place down the club on Friday 29th March (BREXIT deadline day) from 7pm, so please come along for for a bit of a social and political debate (the bar will be open) and to pay your annual subscriptions, costs as follows:

Age 26 plus – £90

Age 22 to 25 – £70

Up to 21/Students/Youth – £50

New club kit may also be available to collect and pay for on that night.

The following day Saturday 30th March will also be our annual Nat West Cricketforce day to ensure the club is ready for the new season with jobs such as tidying the outdoor nets, clearing the gutters, de-weeding the patio and if Keith allows (skills dependant) a bit of painting. Please try and spare an hour or two, from 10am, so our facilities are ready for the new season

Rainham Cricket Club – Coop Community Fund

Posted Tue, 04 Dec 2018 20:49 by peter.j.reynolds. Permalink

Rainham CC have been successful in applying for funding from the Co-op Community Fund and the way it works is as follows:

Go to the Co-op website coop.co.uk/membership to apply for Co-op membership, which will cost £1.

Then selcet a cause you wish for 1% of everything you spend with the Co-op whether it be at a supermarket, insurance, legal services, elctrical or any other service they provide. The Rainham CC cause is via the following weblink https://membership.coop.co.uk/causes/22244

It will take a week before your membership card arrives. Once it arrives present it after you have spent with the Co-op and then 1% of what you spend will go towards the cricket club and our effort to extend the existing outdoor nets.

Our local supermarket Co-ops are in Elm Park, Hornchurch and Upminster and probably places near where you work.

There are also benefits of being a Co-op member such 5% going back into your membership account and potential share in Co-op’s profits.

Please spread the word as we have up until October 2019 to raise funds.


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Recent Results

First XI

Saturday 31st August 2019
League, Away vs. Rayleigh CC 1st XI

Rainham Won by 8 Wickets

Shyamal Vyas - 52 not out
Ben Little - 5 for 30 from 9.0 overs

Second XI

Saturday 31st August 2019
League, Home vs. Great Waltham CC 2nd XI

Rainham Won by 3 Wickets

Harry Light - 40 not out
Sam Crotch - 5 for 31 from 10.0 overs

Third XI

Saturday 3rd August 2019
League, Away vs. Rayleigh CC 4th XI

Rainham Won by 55 Runs

Kenny Simms - 59 not out
George Light - 5 for 36 from 7.0 overs

Sunday First XI

Sunday 18th August 2019
League, Away vs. Upminster CC Sunday 1st XI

Rainham Won by 2 Wickets

Biren Patel - 29
Biren Patel - 2 for 20 from 7.0 overs


Sunday 1st September 2019
Friendly, Home vs. Goresbrook CC Under 15

Rainham Lost by 51 Runs

Kyan Lehal - 18
Joe Parsons - 2 for 16 from 2.0 overs


Sunday 28th July 2019
Friendly, Home vs. Hornchurch CC Under 13

Rainham Won by 16 Runs

Leo Fezvi-hunt - 30 not out
Leo Fezvi-hunt - 3 for 5 from 3.2 overs


Sunday 7th July 2019
League, Home vs. Oakfield Parkonians CC, Essex Under 12

Rainham Lost by 1 Runs

Aadittya Rakesh - 47
Dave Thirsting - 1 for 5 from 1.0 overs

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