Pudsey St Lawrence Cricket Club

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Pudsey St Lawrence is a cricket club in Pudsey, West Yorkshire. Formed in 1845 the club now plays in the Bradford Cricket League.

Members of the Bradford league since 1912, the club took until 1956 to win the league title but has not triumphed since 1991.

The club won the Priestley Cup in 2014. They also won the League championship in 2015 and 2016

Famous players[edit]

The league has always attracted many players who have gone on to become internationals. In the case of Pudsey St Lawrence the list has included famous names such as the England players Sir Len Hutton, Herbert Sutcliffe and more recently Steve Rhodes. A number of New Zealand internationals such as Mark Greatbatch and Martin Crowe have also spent time with the club. As well as future England international Charlie "dumbo" Parker[1]


The club fields four senior teams in addition to the first team and four junior teams. It also provides coaching for both boys and girls from age seven unpwards.[2]