We are a friendly village club who have a long history dating
back to 1857.We play our home matches at
the picturesque G B Barrington Playing Field named after a teacher who arrived
in the village in 1876 who went on to play cricket for Derbyshire and devoted
over 50 years to Kirk Langley Cricket Club. Following his death, his daughter
bought the village cricket ground and bequeathed it to the parish.
The club fields two senior teams in the Derbyshire County
Cricket League and also plays a number of friendly games during the season.
We welcome new players or all ages and abilities, should you
need any further information please contact our secretary Stuart Walker (email
firstname.lastname@example.org or phone
Indoor nets - start Tuesday 15th January at Bemrose School 6-7pm.
First Trophy of the year - Congratulations to Mike Huggett for winning the Neil Gilliver Sportsmanship trophy awarded by the Derbyshire County Cricket league. Mike was nominated for having called back a batsman who was given run out having left his crease to celebrate his batting partners century.
This sporting gesture was acknowledged at the recent league AGM and is an acknowledgement that our club plays its "Brand" of cricket in a sporting manner
Fixtures 2019 Season - latest league, cup and friendly fixture are now available. Click here for details. Website fixtures page will be updated by DCCL in coming weeks.