...to the website of Old Parkonians Cricket Club.
Old Parkonians Cricket Club is a well established and friendly cricket club currently competing in the Cheshire Cricket Alliance. We have 2 senior playing teams on a Saturday as well as a Sunday Development eleven. We also have various junior teams from U9 to U15.
On the right of this message you will find our latest results and below you will stats for both our teams.
Old Parkonians Cricket Club
0151 652 3105
PRE-SEASON MATCH SAT 11th APRIL* Vs. CHESTER COUNTY OFFICERS (AWAY) - PLEASE MAKE YOURSELF AVAILABLE
*Grand National Day - Keep this date free to play!
**** Seniors Nets commence - Monday 16th February - 20:00 - 21:00 ********* Juniors Nets commence - Monday 9th March - 19:00 - 20:00 ****
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