Sedgefield Cricket Club is situated on the edge of the village, adjacent to parkland and close to the National Hunt Racecourse.
Cricket has been played at the Station Road Ground for over 150 years.
In more recent times,the Club has progressed from playing village cricket in the Darlington and District League, before moving to a higher standard of cricket by joining the Durham County League in 1983 and becoming league Champions in 1993.
In a further move, in order to progress, the Club joined the North Yorkshire and South Durham Premier Cricket League in 2005.
Since joining the League, the club rose to the Premier Division and currently fields 2 senior teams in the league, along with junior sides at every age group as well as being one of the few clubs to have increasingly successful girl’s teams.
Sedgefield Cricket Club is an ECB ‘ Focus Club’and has successfully been awarded’ ECB Clubmark Accreditation’ which is Sport England Clubmark status and confirms that Sedgefield, is a safe ,effective and child-friendly club.
The club’s ground and facilities, have made it an attractive venue for touring sides and other organisations to utilise. Our Clubhouse is open all year round and hosts a wide range of activities including live music, quizzes, barbecues, and other social events.
In recent months, the Club has begun an ambitious 5 year development programme, which will include improved disabled access to and within the Clubhouse, a redesign and refurbishment of the Bar facilities, along with the creation of additional dressing rooms, to accommodate the increasing emergence of Ladies/Girls cricket and improved facilities for matchday officials.
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