London Colney Cricket Club LogoLondon Colney Cricket Club is located in Green Street Shenley form United Kingdom, Founded in 1858. London Colney Cricket Club is a family oriented club who play their cricket in Green Street Shenley near Borehamwood. The club, which has existed since 1858 is constantly looking for New Senior, Junior and social members and offers cricket relaxed and fun environment to those of all abilities. 

History – Lan Holt, the club’s local historian, believes that the game London Colney Cricket Club know today essentially sprang from 2 parallel sources, informal bat and ball knock abouts within the rural community, often upto 50 aside and manifesting local village rivalry, and more formal contests organised between the staff of the great houses, usually intimately linked with gambling on the outcome. Cricket in London Colney can certainly trace its formal origins back to Colney House, a mansion built in 1783.

London Colney Cricket club have 6 team such as, Saturday 1st XI (Captain – Tim Fletter), Saturday 2nd XI (Captain – Russ Blackman), Sunday 1st XI (Captain – Simon Fletter), Sunday 2nd XI (Captain – Peter Norris), Midweek/Touring Team (Captain – Andrew Stirrat), Junior Development (Captain – Den Hadley), Junior colts Team.

Management Team of London Colney Cricket Club is –

Name of Person


Brian Ray


Paul Seymour


Andrew Stirrat


Lan Prior

Fixture Secretary

Nigel Long

Hon Treasurer

Adrian Bristow

Operation Manager

Adam Stuart

Club Welfare Officer

Trevor Ray

Team Secretary

The club house at London Colney Cricket Club is suitable for small functions and has a kitchen, disco, bar and ample car Parking.

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