Halesowen Cricket Club
|This article relies on references to primary sources. (July 2011)|
|Halesowen, West Midlands|
|Coach:||David Banks (cricketer, born 1961)|
|Overseas player(s):||Tarryck Gabriel|
|Home ground:||Seth Somers Park|
Halesowen Cricket Club is an English cricket club in Halesowen, West Midlands that has 4 senior Saturday cricket sides. Their 1st and 2nd XI's currently play in the Birmingham and District Premier League. The 3rd and 4th XI's play in the Worcestershire County Cricket League. The Club also has a youth cricket section, where there are teams for children between the ages of 9 and 17. Each year group has its own team, and plays representative matches throughout the season. In addition to this, there are coaching nights run for children of all ages and abilities at the club.
Halesowen CC is a private members club run by Committee, the committee is elected at the AGM. There are currently senior and youth cricket sub-committees, which fall under the category of 'playing cricketers'. The club also operates a social membership section.
The current club captain is Faisal Shahid, who rejoined the club for the 2014 season. One of the most notable players at Halesowen Cricket Club is Richard 'The Lord' Cox who as well as playing for the Halesowen senior sides, is also the Chief Executive of the Koninklijke Nederlandse Cricketbond (The Royal Dutch Cricket Board).
Birmingham & District Premier League, Premier Division 1st XI
- 2002 : Winners BDCPL Winners
ECB Premier League, First Division 1st XI
- 1999 : Promotion to Premier Division ECB Promotion
Halesowen CC were awarded ClubMark status in 2008.
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