British Army cricket team
The Army cricket team is a cricket side representing the British Army. The team played a number of first-class matches between 1912 and 1939, although a combined "Army and Navy" side had played two games against a combined Oxford and Cambridge team in 1910 and 1911. In 1927 the Army played the touring New Zealanders, and in 1933 they played the touring West Indians.
Since the Second World War, the side has continued to play cricket at minor level. The sides are managed by the Army Cricket Association which also runs Under 25 and Ladies teams. The British Army in Germany have their own side, known as BA(G). The main team occasionally organises friendlies with allies, particularly against their army counterparts from cricket-playing nations such as Afghanistan and South Africa, and charities matches against local clubs.
- Army Cricket Association
- Scorecard Oracle on CricketArchive
- Officers Club Services Ground information on CricketArchive
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