Old Parkonians Cricket Club
Holm Lane, Oxton, Wirral, Merseyside, CH43 2HU, 0151 652 3105
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Welcome to the website of Old Parkonians Cricket Club.
We are a well established and friendly cricket club currently competing in The Cheshire Cricket Alliance. We currently have 2 senior teams playing on a Saturday and a Development XI playing on Sundays. We also run a number of junior teams.
We are based in Oxton on the Wirral and have a well equipped clubhouse and bar, as well as recently renovated en-suite changing facilities.
On the right you will find the latest news and below you can see up to date stats, results and links to the league tables.
For further information on the club and for membership details, please go the the main website of the association at www.oldparkonians.org.uk
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