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Upcoming fixtures
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Date: Sun 14 Aug 2022
 Sunday 1st TeamBrondesburyAway (11:45 am meet direct at away ground) 1pm
 Sunday 2nd TeamEaling CC Sunday Club XIHome (12 noon meet at home.) 1 pm
Date: Mon 15 Aug 2022
 U15AIndian GymkhanaHome 5.30pm
Date: Sat 20 Aug 2022
 Saturday 1st TeamEaling Trailfinders CC 1st XIAway 12:30
 Saturday 2nd TeamBrondesbury CC 2nd XIHome 12:30
 Saturday 3rd TeamActon CC, Middlesex 3rd XIAway 12:30
 Saturday 4th TeamFarnham Royal CC 2nd XIHome 12:30
Date: Sun 21 Aug 2022 (Showing 3 of 4 items. Group continues on the next page.)
 Ladies TeamRichmond CCAway 3pm
 MDL AcademyActon CC (Semi Final)Home (TBA) 1.00pm
 Sunday 1st TeamHarrow TownHome 1pm
Recent Achievements

2020 Highlights
MDL team and U19's win their respective County Competitions
2019 Highlights
U10's reach Gubby Allen finals at Lords
U12's win County Cup


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!

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.

Latest news

2nd XI Mexican Night - Saturday 6th August 2022

After the success of the 1st XI Australian night a few weeks ago, it is now time for the 2nd XI to step up - and the theme is Mexican night!   Date -.......

Bar Prices

We continue to review bar prices to ensure they remain good value but also provide a good income for the club. During the Covid period we tried to avo.......

Special Caps

As a reward for special performances by playing members, the club has decided to award a commemorative ECC baggy playing cap to any batsman who makes .......

Club Events

Pre season party. Saturday 7th May 8pm.  Hawaiian themed night with a selection of cocktails! To celebrate the Queen’s platinum jubilee we are having.......
Latest results
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Date: Sat 13 Aug 2022
 Saturday 1st TeamMiddlesex Titans Sports & Social Club 1st XI Won By 10 wickets
 Saturday 2nd TeamOsterley CC 2nd XI Won By 8 wickets
Date: Fri 12 Aug 2022
 U19 SquirrelsIckenham Bears Won By 39 runs
Date: Wed 10 Aug 2022
 U17North Middlesex CC Lost by 3 wickets
Date: Tue 09 Aug 2022
 U10AHarrow St Mary's Won Eastcote U10s qualify for the Gubby Allen Final!
Date: Sun 07 Aug 2022
 MDL AcademyHampton Hill CC Q-Final Won By 4 wickets
 Sunday 1st TeamHJMCC Lost By 109 runs (with 1 over to spare)
 Sunday 2nd TeamBatchworth CC Won Winning run continues
Date: Sat 06 Aug 2022 (Showing 2 of 4 items. Group continues on the next page.)
 Saturday 1st TeamSouth Hampstead CC 1st XI Drawn Eastcote CC - 1st XI - Time - Winning Draw 5pts/2pts
 Saturday 2nd TeamHarrow St Marys CC 2nd XI Drawn
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