As from March 2000, we have
started introducing friendly links & sister clubs and make a special
feature page to that effect.
The first clubs we have the
pleasure to present are the Long Island C.C. & the Caulfield C. C.
Long Island C.C.
The Long Island Cricket Club is affiliated with the Lornington
Peninsula Cricket Association, Australia .
The MPCA had 37 cricket clubs with each club fielding
between 3 and 8 teams in 15 grades,
making it one of Australia's largest Cricket Associations.
Home ground: Ballam Park South.
The club would very much like to establish contacts with
cricket players and lovers in Japan!
E-Mail to Robert Kent at: email@example.com
Check their site (bery professional!) at: http://longislandcc.homepage.com/index.htm
Caulfield C.C. Inc.
The Caulfield Cricket Club Inc. was
created in 1888 (!) and is a founding member of the Victorian Sub-District
They are looking forward to establishing
club sisterships for various exchanges and help each other when their members
visit each other's countries and/or
wish to play cricket for those clubs.
Caulfield is located in Melbourne,
Ground: City of Glen Eira.
To know more look at their homepage:
(look at the links-surprise!)
E-Mail to Mark Fergus at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The third club we have the
pleasure to present is the Harborne Cricket Club from England:
The Harborne Cricket Club was founded in 1868 and
is one of the leading clubs in the Midlands/England.
The First XI has recently been promoted to the Birmingham
Premier Division and the club is represented by no less than 5 teams.
E-Mail to Ms. Claire Easter for more information:
Look at their homepage at:
The fourth we have an equal
pleasure to introduce is the Asvion Cricket Club from Holland!:
Asvion Cricket Club
Located in Schiedam near Rotterdam/ Holland, the
Asvion Cricket Clyb will celebrate its 30th Anniversary
on May 13th & 14th, 2000. Has two regular teams.
For more details, E-Mail to Mr. Hans Kan at: email@example.com
Have a good look at their homepage: http://www.multisite.nl/asvion/cricket/
We just have had the pleasure
to welcome our fifth friend, the Suburban Cricket Club from the U.S.A.!
Suburban Cricket Club
Created in 1993. They are excelling in the Midwest Conference,
For more details, E-Mail to Mr. Ehsan Ur Rehman at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Have a good look at their homepage: http://www.geocities.com/Colosseum/3410/
The site below is our sixth
friendly club and comes from Wales, U.K.:
Heath Taverners Cricket Club
The club was formed in1986, just 2 years after the
Shizuoka Kytes C.C. They are presently playing
in the First Division of the of Cardiff Midweek League.
The "Club Trivia" is great fun to read!
Their homepage is capably edited by Mr. Simon Hiscocks.
Read their homepage at: http://www.sphiscocks.freeserve.co.uk/2000/tav2k.htm
or at: http://www.tavs.co.uk/
For more details E-Mail to Mr. Simon Hiscocks at
The seventh friendly club
(the lucky number in Japan!)
also comes the U.K.
Bishop Auckland Cricket Club
Founded in 1853, it is not a Kiwi but an English
They have been playing in the North Yorkshire South
Durham Cticket League since 1906!
Visit their excellent homepage at:
For more details contact: Mr. Stephen Ayre at:
The site below is our eighth
friendly club and comes from Sydney, Australia:
North Ryde R. S. L. Cricket
They are currently participating in Sydney's Northern
District Cricket Association competition
where they have been Champions for the last eleven
years! Very well-done site!
Visit their homepage at:
Contact Mr. Greg Gibson for
more details at:
England has provided us
with our ninth friendly club:
Checkendon Cricket Club
Checkendon Cricket Club is a family-orientated club
but competitive village cricket in England.
Visit their homepage at:
For further information contact Mr. David I. Williams
A club from the North of England
was the tenth site to kindly answer to our greetings:
Crompark Cicket Club
Crompark Cricket Club is a small cricket club (in
their own words!) playing in the Dales Council League
in and around the Leeds & Bradford areas in the
North of England.
Visit their excellent site at:
For more details e-mail to: email@example.com
or to Mr. Ian Eccleshall at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Closely following is a "double"
club(eleventh) from North Devon, England:
Barnstaple and Pilton Cricket
Barnstaple and Pilton Cricket Club was formed in
1993 by the amalgation of two well-established clubs
in North devon, England, namely Barnstaple C.C.
and Pilton C.C.
Visit their extensive site at:
Gor more details e-mail to Mr. mark Metters at:
Our twelfth friends will teach
you can play regardless of
Guttsta Wicked Cricket Club
Founded at a meeting in a local brewery, Guttsta
Brygerri, in 1989 and were the main influence
behind the creation of the Swedish Cricket Association.
Check their Homepage at:
For more information, e-mail to Mr. Staffan Lageson
Number 13! (the lucky number?)are:
Sutton All Stars Cricket Club
The Sutton All Stars Cricket Club is based in Saint
Helens, Mersyside, England
and they play weeknights in leagues
based in Warrington and Widnes.
Judging from the photogaph, they view their cricket
the same way as the Shizuoka Kytes!
Check their homepage at:
For more information e-mail to Mr. Chris Benson at:
The 14th club to join the illustrious
Japan-Cricket.com Friends Group are:
Hockley Heath Cricket Club
Founded in the 19th Century, Hockley Heath Cricket
now reside close to Packwood House between the villages
of Hockley Heath and Lapworth/Cotswold/England.
Remakable Photo history!
Check their homepage at:
For more information e-mail to Mr. Richard King at:
Our 15th Friendly Site comes
Preston Village Cricket Club
Preston Village Cricket Club was established 6 years
ago in Prestonpans, East Lothian, Scotland.
The town is best known for being the venue of the
Jacobite Rebelion under Bonnie Prince Charlie.
They are a young and ambitious club which has been
built on a love of cricket and the social side of the sport.
Visit theirsite at:
Gor more information, e-mail to:
Well, well, well... would you
We're back to Scotland again
sixteenth (very) friendly site:
Highland Cricket Club
Top class Site
What more can we say?
Enjoy a visit to their site and learn heaps about
Scottish Cricket at:
Gor more information e-maul to:
Do you guys know where Leeds
Have you heard of Yorkshire
Well, that's where our seventeenth
friends come from:
Shadwell Cricket Club
Established in 1895 in Leeds/England, they are members
Wetherly & District Cricket league.
Cisit their site at:
For more information , e-mail to Mri Richard Vincent
It is back again down under
but to New Zealnd to find our newest friendly site (the eigteenth):
Springlands Tavern Celtic Cricket
They are the largest cricket club in Malborough,
new Zealand, fielding 11 teams
through all grades during the past 1999/2000
Visit their site at:
For more information, e-mail to Mr. Tony Firzpatrick
You have to cross the Pacific
Ocean to find our nineteenth friendly site:
British Columbia Cricket Association
The British Columbia Cricket Association is the governing
board of cricket in the
Province of British Colunbis in Canada. It was formed
They are much looking forward to a touring team from
Visit their site at:
For more information e-mail to Mr. Abyartha Sharma