Pre-season prep – calling all players and parents

It’s that great time of year where the new season is nearly upon us but that means we have to get both our grounds ready for the summer. So on the weekend of the 10th and 11th April 2021, starting from 9 o’clock we would like to invite our members including volunteers, coaches, players and parents to come and help the club prepare for the season ahead.

Please get in touch for more details.

Newham Cricket Club signs a new sponsorship deal with Blackhorse Estates.

Club vice Chair Tariq Aslam, said: “We’re very pleased to be sponsored by such a great local firm such as Blackhorse Estates and hope we can build on the relationship between the club and company in the future.” 

This new partnership has personal connections for both, as Blackhorse Estates CEO, Nahed Patel is an active member of Newham Cricket Club for Saturdays and is also the NCL Sunday 1st Team Captain, playing in the Premiership Division. The Blackhorse Estates Logo will be printed on all Adult playing kits as part of the deal. 

Nahed Patel, CEO, said he is delighted in supporting the local Club, especially when there is so much history with the club and potential for the future ahead, playing for Newham CC at Flanders is something we all love and appreciate as there is no local club with such amazing playing surfaces.
“We are very proud that we can support both the local community and this wonderful club through the association of the NCL.”

Blackhorse Estates cover all property dealings so for more information please visit or contact us on 020 8558 5533.

Looking for a scorer

Newham Cricket Club is looking for an experienced scorer to support the 1st eleven for the 2021 season and beyond. The ideal candidate will have background knowledge of cricket and good IT skills as scoring will be done on a laptop provided by the club.

The rate of pay is negotiable and comes with free social membership of the club and
a selection of club branded leisure wear as required.

  • The Hamro Foundation Essex League season runs from May to the first
    Saturday in September.

Please share with others that may be interested, and if you are interested please
email for more information or to register an interest in the

Resumption of outdoor sports

With the positive news regarding the announcement that outdoor sport can start on March the 29th. We thought it would be a good idea to contact our members to say we are working behind the scenes with our governing bodies to see what that announcement means for the 2021 season. We will release information to the members ASAP regarding how you can get back using your club within the guidelines given to us.

Ground prep days – 28 & 29 March 2020

Club members, the local community and local businesses are asked to help Newham Cricket Club get ready for the season ahead.

We need many pairs of hands to help with cleaning covers, nets, collecting rubbish etc. To say thank you there’s a BBQ and net session.

We also have a long list of specialist jobs that need doing including landscaping, decorating and car park marking. We would be really interested in hearing from local businesses that could help in return for free sponsorship at the club – message us for more details!

Shepherd Neame Essex League update

We are delighted to share the news that our application to join the Shepherd Neame Essex League (SNEL) has been accepted. The club will be entering one team into the SNEL from next season – April 2020.

This is a major step forward for the club in terms of offering high quality league cricket to its members.

Alongside the achievement of Clubmark status this has capped an excellent year for the club off the pitch.


ECB Clubmark Accreditation

We are proud to announce that Newham Cricket Club has received the ECB Clubmark accreditation.

ECB Clubmark shows that our club is sustainable, well-run and provides the right environment for its members.

Clubmark accreditation also means that our club is recognised as a safe, rewarding and fulfilling place for participants of all ages, as well as assuring parents and carers that they are choosing the right option for their young people.

Newham u15s reach Essex Matchplay Cup Final

Newham’s u15 side have added to the club’s successful season by  reaching the Essex Matchplay Cup Final. The game is to be played on 10 September 2017 at Hutton Cricket Club.
We would like to request your support for the players who are the future of Newham Cricket Club.
Please see the details below.
Players, Coaches and Officials
  • Arrivals from 10:30 am
  • Play to begin at 12:00 pm
  • Drinks break at 20 Overs
  • Teas provided during innings break
  • No studs in the Pavilion Marquee please
  • Please ask players to not mark the square/fielding positions
  • Umpires will be in full control of game – however match referee will be on hand for any queries
  • Presentation post-match
  • Hutton CC is open to all
  • Hutton CC offer a range snacks, hot/cold drinks from the bar
  • We ask that Spectators/ Parents do not help themselves to the tea provided for Players, Coaches and Officials (or ask players to get them items from the tea).
We look forward to seeing you on the 10th.

New Electronic Scoreboard

Newham Cricket Club celebrates their new electronic scoreboard.

Tariq Aslam, Adults Manager, said: “This is the culmination of a vision of first class facilities for Newham Cricketers in their own community.”

The club would like to thank its staff, members and the neighbours who helped install the scoreboard. We excitedly look forward to using our new electronic scoreboard for the visit of the Essex County Cricket teams to the Newham Cricket Festival on 28 August 2017.

We’d like to share some photos of the scoreboard below.


Support the club during your regular grocery shop!

Hi all, we are part of the “Tesco Bags of Help” programme where we are applying for funds to enable us to install an electronic scoreboard. This will enhance the quality of cricket we can offer to the Newham community.

What you need to do – pop into any of the Tesco stores mentioned below, collect a charity token and put it in the Newham Cricket Club drop box near the checkouts. The more tokens we get the more likely it is that we will receive the funds we need!



More info on the scheme: