And the 2022 cricketing season begins!…
  • Saturday 30th April – home vs Ramsbury (league 1pm start)
  • Sunday 1st May – away v Sutton Benger (friendly 2pm start)
  • Saturday 7th May – home vs Avebury 2nds (league 1pm)
  • Sunday 8th May – away vs Broughton Gifford (friendly 2pm)
  • Saturday 14th May – away vs Wilcot (league 1pm)
  • Sunday 15th May – home vs Heytesbury (friendly 2pm)
  • Wednesday 18th May – T20 away vs Poulshot (6pm)
  • Sunday 22nd May – away vs Frome (friendly 2pm)
  • Saturday 28th May – away vs Beckington 2nds (league 1pm)
  • Sunday 29th May – away vs Corsley (friendly 2pm)
  • Saturday 4th June – home vs Heytesbury & Sutton Veny (league 1pm)

Quiz Night April 2022
2022 winner Sparkles!

Congratulations to ‘Sparkles’ who retained their Keevil Cricket Club Quiz Night trophy by a single point! A brilliant evening with some high scores – thank you to those that came and thank you for your continued support of this club!

Quiz nights raise money for club grounds and equipment – if we have any spare we’d love some new benches for our spectators to enjoy the sunshine watching summer cricket in the beautiful surroundings of the Manor ground, and our marquee changing room needs some simple benches for the players. WhatsApp or text Simon Tyler for details or enquiries 07879 818148


About Keevil Cricket Club

Keevil Cricket Club is very fortunate to play on the delightful, quintessentially English (and infamous to many visiting teams) square and outfield in the grounds of Keevil Manor, where the views on a clear day are stunning. Come along and watch, bring a picnic, and if you fancy a game on a Sunday, nudge any one of the contacts below – men, women, boys and girls of all abilities are always welcome!

We are always keen to welcome new players; cricket knowledge, experience, age or ability matters not a hoot.  So please do come and get involved with your village cricket club. If you’d like a game or want to find out more, contact:
Josh Hamblin: Sunday Captain 07771 361613
Simon Tyler: Midweek Captain 07879 818148 simon@simontyler.com

Find and follow KCC on Facebook and Twitter

Keevil CC club merch shop is open! On and off-field kit available to order now!


April 2021 vs Trowbridge 

2019 PINK DAY raised a fabulous £517 for Against Breast Cancer – read the full story how Pink Saturday was born across the Wiltshire Cricket League, and supports both teams and breast cancer research.

2019 SEASON news:

Well the new season is almost upon us. Excitement and anticipation is escalating. We have a new league captain, Si Emmett who is carefully corralling his troops ready for the new campaign. We have a few new players joining the ranks this year and are always open to more. Competitive stuff on Saturdays in Wiltshire Cricket League Division 3 and proper cricketing afternoon fun on Sundays from the end of April to the end of September. And a few fast paced T20 midweek games too.

Come and watch and cheer us along, particularly in the first few weeks as the league team sport their fresh and new playing kit (huge thanks to Keevilian Simon Newton for his sponsorship of the shirts!). We have repaired the benches and have a brand new supporters’ bench donated by the Keevil Drama Group following their production of the cricket caper “Outside Edge” at the end of last year.

Keevil Cricket Club is a precious thing to us all and we rely on just a few people to keep us buoyant and in good shape. We keep things simple and costs very low but there’s always lots to do on the playing square and around the ground and our fund raisers are important to ensure the ground beautiful and machinery repaired, served and updated regularly. We need a couple more benches and are looking to add to our boundary edge facilities.

We are hugely grateful for the affection and support of the village communities in raising funds for us and promoting us to the Melksham Area Board recently. We had the option to push for funding for new sight screens, although wisely we declined as the pressure from the league to have screens is more than a year away and there were many more worthy causes for the limited budget being allocated.

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Photographs by Sarah Dow

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