MDL team wins prestigous Rakesh Sethi trophy whilst U19 team wins County Finals

Congratulations to both our MDL team as they won the prestigous Rakesh Sethi Trophy on Sunday 6th September against the Harrow Hurricanes and our U19 team as they won their age group County Final on Sunday 13th September against Ealing .  

The Middlesex Development League (The MDL) aims to inspire young people to play the game competitively, and in the Spirit of Cricket.

The MDL was setup by Middlesex Cricket in 2012 to respond to the needs of clubs in relation to the development of younger players; providing a longer format than age group cricket to express their abilities, and to integrate more effectively into open age cricket. This is the first time that Eastcote CC has won this tournament.

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Latest results
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Date: Sun 13 Sep 2020
 U19 SquirrelsEaling CC (Final) Won by 13 runs
Date: Sat 12 Sep 2020
 Saturday 1st TeamSouth Hampstead Won by 5
 Saturday 2nd TeamHornsey Won by 116
 Saturday 3rd TeamMTSSC Won by 6 wickets
Date: Sun 06 Sep 2020
 MDL AcademyHarrow CC (Final) Won by 7 wickets
 Sunday 1st TeamWest London CC 1st Team Lost by 1 wickets
Date: Sat 05 Sep 2020
 Saturday 1st TeamMTSSC Lost by 1 wicket
 Saturday 2nd TeamMTSSC Won by 7 wickets
 Saturday 3rd TeamRichmond Won by 5 wickets
 Saturday 4th TeamHigh Wycombe IV Won by 147
Information for the 2020 Season

Do you know anyone who is interested in playing cricket this summer? As the season fast approaches, winter nets will again be taking place to help the players get ready for the summer! The first nets session will take place in the next few weeks, with more details to follow soon. Please help the club,  spread the word by passing this on to anyone you know who may be interested in joining the club this season! For more information, please get in contact with club captain Harpal Sagoo -

Changing rooms

The new changing rooms were officially opened on Saturday 20th June 2015 by local MP Nick Hurd and Middlesex Director of cricket Angus Fraser.

Eastcote Cricket Club thanks the following organisations for their support and funding for our new changing rooms.

Recent Achievements

2018 Highlights
U13's National Runners-up having won County Cup and County League double. U11's win County Cup

 Eastcote colts awarded prestigious 
Rotary Club of St. Marylebone,
 Victor Ludorum trophy yet again. Our 2017 win means we have now won this trophy 4 times in the last 5 years.

2017 Highlights

U13's win County Cup
U15's win County League & Cup double U17's win County League


 Eastcote colts awarded prestigious 
Rotary Club of St. Marylebone,
 Victor Ludorum trophy for 2013,  2015 & 2016

2016 Highlights
U11's win County League

U13's win County Cup
U15's win County League

U10's win 2015 Gubby Allen

Under 10's win Gubby Allen trophy with victory over Harrow St Mary's at Lords on Saturday 12th September 2015

U11's win 2015 County League
Under 11's retain County League with victory over Ealing at North Middlesex CC on Sunday 30th August 2015
U15's win 2015 County League
Under 15's win County League with victory over Sunbury at North Middlesex CC on Sunday 30th August 2015

U13's win 2015 County Cup
Under 13's win the Middlesex County Cup with victory over Stoke Newington on Monday 29th June 2015. They went on to win the Regional Final and came 2nd in the National Finals held at Oundle School.

Under 13s Complete Clean Sweep in 2013

ECB National Club Champions 2013
Shrewsbury 13-16 August
Middlesex Indoor Champions!
Middlesex League Champions!
ECB Middlesex Club Champions!
ECB National Club Champions!

Upcoming fixtures
Date: Sat 26 Sep 2020
 Girls U15 SquadHarrow CC Home 1pm
 Sunday 1st TeamMarkyate & Luton Town CC 1st TeamAway 11:30 am
 Sunday 2nd TeamOMTs 2nd TeamAway (Merchant Taylor School 2nd Team Square) 12:30 pm
Date: Sun 27 Sep 2020
 Sunday 1st TeamWatford Town CC 1st TeamHome (10 am meet at home) 11 am
 Sunday 2nd TeamPepperd Stoke Row Maharajahs 1st TeamAway ((11 am meet Direct at Away Venue)) 1 pm
Latest news

MCC vs Merchant Taylor’s School on Wednesday 16th September

Waddy (Eastcote player Jawwad Rasheed) is running the MCC vs Merchant Taylor’s School fixture on Wednesday 16th September at the Club starting at 11am.......


Lots of news to update our members with. A great win for our Sunday Middlesex Development League (MDL) who became Middlesex champions on Sunday winnin.......

Under 19 & MDL Cup Finals

Congratulations to both our U19 and MDL teams who have reached the finals of their respective Middlesex County Cup competitions, the U19's beat North .......


19th January 1934 to 10th August 2020 It was with great sadness that we received the news earlier this week of the passing of one of long standing, a.......
Jim Fairbrother RIP

Eastcote Cricket Club is saddened to report the passing of our Vice President, Jim Fairbrother. For many years now Jim has probably been the club's No 1 supporter, he demonstrated this sustained and loyal support in so many ways and was a devoted enthusiast for our wonderful sport. He was a true gentleman and was much loved by all who knew him. His support was unwavering and without judgement. A totally lovely man.

The club sends sincere condolences to his daughter Helen and the rest of his lovely family.

Jim’s funeral is booked for 3.15 pm on Monday 3rd August at Breakspear crematorium. Due to current Covid restrictions and protocol, numbers will be limited for the service itself. A few long-standing members of the club including our president have been invited by the family. Unfortunately, many people from ECC will not be at the crematorium who would have been there for sure in normal times. However, Jim’s daughter Helen has said that it was Jim's wish for the cortege to pass along Southill Lane on its way there pausing briefly near the club. This will happen shortly after 2.30 pm and all are welcome to be there to say goodbye.

There will be a small gathering at the club, probably later in August attended by Helen, her husband Paul and children Holly and Mark. Additionally, and possibly in November if hopefully the current social restrictions are lifted, there will be a larger event at the club to celebrate Jim's life and his support and affection for the club. There will also be a bench to be placed at the ground as a lasting tribute.

Eastcote CC colts playing league cricket for other clubs

Eastcote CC colts playing league cricket for other clubs in Middlesex or any other county in the same season.

This has been mentioned many times before, and the stance from Eastcote CC has been clear and never changed, but it appears to still be a grey area for some, so please find clarification below.

As written by the Middlesex League, any colt who is registered to a club in the Middlesex League and has represented that club at least once in any age group, is NOT allowed to play for another club in Middlesex or any other county for that season. This is the official ruling, and any club who has a player that represents two or more clubs in 1 or more leagues will have all points deducted from them that were achieved whilst the player was involved.

Due to non-compliance of this rule by at least 2 of our colts, our U13A side and our U15A side have both been penalised and have both had points deducted. They now have both finished bottom of their leagues and will no longer be able to progress in their competitions. Both teams should have been playing in the final stages of their competitions with a view to reaching the finals, unfortunately this is no longer the case.

This is devastating news for the boys, the coaches and the club, and a situation I honestly never thought I would have to deal with.

As of today (05/08/19), the consequence for any player who represents another club, whilst being a member of Eastcote and to the detriment to Eastcote will have their membership terminated instantly and will no longer be eligible to represent Eastcote CC at any level. I cannot express my disappointment and frustration with this situation with words alone, and will be discussing with Paul Martin as to how we proceed.

I hope this now clarifies the situation, the club’s position and the leagues position. This is a rule that is out of our hands as a club, but one that we must adhere to as we are part of the Middlesex League.

Please do consider the consequences should you decide to allow your children to play for other clubs whilst being members of Eastcote.

Marc Broom

Eastcote CC Director of Cricket

Director of Cricket timeline to Dec 19
For those interested, please find below a pdf document showing the duties that have been and are to be performed by the Director of Cricket.
Director of Cricket Timeline to Dec19.pdf