Corley (and the associated hamlets of Corley Ash and Corley Moor) is a village and civil parish in the North Warwickshire district of Warwickshire, England. It is located about 8 kilometres (5.0 mi) northwest of Coventry and is adjacent to the village of Fillongley. The M6 motorway runs close by, and the village is familiar to motorists as it is the site of Corley Services. Other significant buildings in the area include Corley Hall, which was built in the 16th century.
Corley is also home to Corley Cricket Club, which entered its 60th season in 2007. One of the club's most notable former players is James Ormond, who went on to represent England. The club has also seen many of its players compete at county level, including Race Williams and John Wilson, the latter representing Leicestershire young cricketers.
- Brenkley, Stephen (11 November 2001). "Cricket: Ormond the unlikely spearhead Absences have made the likeable fast bowler's claims stronger. Stephen Brenkley speaks to him". The Independent (London).
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