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Treeton Cricket Club is located on the outskirts of Sheffield in South Yorkshire and has a number of sides competing in various leagues throughout South Yorkshire.

 

Treeton Cricket Club runs 3 men’s teams which play on Saturdays and Sundays.

 

1st XI Play in the Yorkshire South Premier League, 2nd XI’s play in the South Yorkshire Senior Cricket League and the 3rd XI play in the Barnsley Cricket league.

 

Junior teams play in the Ben Jessop Sheffield and District Junior League with teams in the U9, U11, U13 leagues.

 

Training for senior teams is on Wednesday and Friday nights

 

Women and Girls Mondays 6 - 7pm

 

Juniors train on Thursday evenings 6 - 7pm

 

Training facilities at Washfield Lane are excellent with 2 off field nets and 2 mobile batting cages for practice on grass.

 

We welcome new players of any age and ability, to find out more about joining our club please click Contact Us

Chairman’s Welcome.

 

Well the 2019 season is here and there has been a few changes around the club. Firstly I would like to thank Keith for the excellent work he did for 31 years, and his continued help around the club. The Yorkshire South Premier League recognised Keith’s outstanding service to local cricket and inducted him into their ‘Hall of Fame’ at the 2018 League dinner and presentation night. A prestigious honour for our club.

 

From a first eleven perspective we have managed to retain all our players from last

year. We were excellent as a team, augmented with some top class individual performances to see us through a very tough season. Special praise for Sam Drury’s leadership in his first season as captain.

 

Throughout the season our second eleven stayed in contention and finally achieved promotion in a tense ending to the season. The reward will see them battling it out in Division One. A great allround team effort diligently led by skipper Matt Lambert .

 

The third eleven will again be competing in the Barnsley league. The objective will be to carefully introduce juniors, offer opportunities for skill enhancement, followed by elevation through the ranks - hopefully.

 

The junior section is all ready to go, and again spearheaded by Nick Kendall and John Roddison who do a great job between them. Keep it up lads. 2019 will see the ECB initiative ‘all-stars’ and this will be publicised on our Facebook and website pages.

 

Finally, the 2019 season brings many challenges, not just for our teams but the club in general. I would advocate we work collectively as a club unit, transferring our positives and motivation from our 2018 successes into 2019. I would like to thank our sponsors and volunteers, without them the club wouldn't be what it is today. All of us have a role, we need to express belief throughout.    

 

WATAW

 

Chris Cobb

Chairman