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On 27th Feb at 21.00 we will be doing a major upgrade of play cricket servers. The system will be unstable and potentially unavailable until 18.00 on the 28th February. This is to ensure increased capacity for the 2019 season. We appreciate your understanding as we continue to invest in the service.
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Upcoming Events

Winter Nets
Held at Nottingham High School on Wednesday nights from 6:30-7:30

All Stars Cricket
For 5-7 year olds, held at Kimberley Leisure Centre on Sunday evenings from 5-6. To sign up for All Stars in the summer, click here.

Skills School
For 8-10 year olds, follows All Stars Cricket from 6-7

Youth Hardball Training
Held at Bar Lane Community Sports on Tuesday evenings from 6-7

Kimberley Institute Cricket Club

Welcome to the website for Kimberley Institute CC, a club mark accredited cricket club and one of the leading clubs in Nottinghamshire since 1878.

We have four senior sides on a Saturday, the 1st XI play in the Nottinghamshire Premier League with the 2nd, 3rd and 4th XIs playing in the South Nottinghamshire Cricket League. We have one senior Sunday side that take part in the Newark Club Cricket Alliance. We have recently started a women's section for the club.

We also have flourishing youth section, catering for boys and girls of the ages of 5 right through to 19. Junior sides compete in the Nottinghamshire Youth Cricket League.

For any further details, please find the contact details in the about us section of the website. Alternatively, please like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter for more information.

Quick Links and News
Purchase club kit!
Become a member here
East Midlands Winter World Cup
Donate to the club
January's winners were John Newnham and John Parkin