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Welcome to Codicote Cricket Club's web page. We play Cricket in the heart of Hertfordshire in England. Our fixtures are a mixture of friendly and league, against local village and town clubs, who, like us, enjoy playing the game played in the right spirit. The club was reformed in 1983.

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Stevenage Hertfordshire UK

Affiliated to The E.C.B & The H.C.C.A

We now have Friendly and League sides both Saturday and Sunday.


Codicote CC in 2008…
Saracens Division 11 and North Hertfordshire Division 2

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The club's fixtures are from the end of April to the end of September ( please see the attached fixture list). The wicket was finalized and the Pavilion was completed in 1984 and remarkably our first Home fixture in June of that year had to be abandoned ; "snow stopped play". The Clubs already considerable changing  and shower     facilities are undergoing expansion at present and it is hoped that we will be able to further develop the Club house bar and indoor dance & recreational area in the near future.

The club has now five ECB Level 1 coaches and one ECB Level 2 coach. A principle aim of the club is to      promote the sport within the village and surrounding area and to develop our youth team with the aim of taking players successfully through to senior cricket.

The club is always striving to make the environment in which we play our cricket safe and fun for all. Therefore we have encompassed all the necessary regulations within the club's constitution , which is especially important when for working with the Colt sides.

Over the last couple of years the club and has raised money to fund the purchase of equipment to benefit the youth and senior members I.E: a roller and sight screens, this will make the playing surfaces and area even safer to play on.

The past twenty years has seen the club carry out an itinerant tour of  the West Country over the August bank holiday; latterly centring the tour in  Westonbirt, Gloucestershire. The warm hospitality of the "Williams"    farmhouse  is known to all in the Club providing a safe haven from which we could "sally forth" to do battle with local teams and then retire for some prolonged evenings. 2001 was the last year in Westonbirt , but we  managed to find new accommodation not far from Westonbirt so it looks like the tour will carry on for another twenty years.

Last Updated: March 2008
By Luke Richards