We Run Three Senior Teams
We also have the Lydney Cricket Club Academy with the aim to improve the cricket skills of Under 11s and Under 13s. Both age groups are entered into leagues
Founded in 1862, the club's first match was played on Lydney Park Estate. We are proud to be an integral part of Lydney's rich sporting history.
We have strong links to players who have gone on to represent their county and country at a professional level.
We regularly attract players from overseas to come and play for us each summer.
In 2012, the club celebrated it's 150th year.
In 1949, we moved to our current home which is now known as The Bob Park Cricket Ground, named after our longstanding groundsman and valued club member, Bob 'Parky' Park. Thanks to him, the club is known for producing some of the best cricket wickets in the county.
In August 1963, we hosted our first county cricket match when Gloucestershire faced Surrey in a three-day match. More recently, the ground has been used by the County 2nd XI and County Youth teams.
We are one of only two clubs in the country to have hosted a first class match with a tree inside the boundary (the other being Canterbury in Kent).
Chairman - Kelvin Legge
Vice-Chairman - Bob Park
Treasurer - Callum Miller
Secretary - Phil Lewis
Club Welfare Officers - Dan Thomas and Caitlin Miller
Junior Academy Secretary - Richard Harris
All Stars and Dynamos Coordinator - Caitlin Miller
1st XI Captain - Callum Miller
2nd XI Captain - TBC
3rd XI Captain - TBC