Village Cricket in North Hampshire

Founded in 1879, Crondall Cricket Club is based in the Hampshire village of Crondall near Farnham, which lies almost exactly on the border with Surrey. The ground is in the village's recreation area known as Hook Meadow and is overlooked by All Saints Church at one end and a distinctive row of poplar trees at the other. As a location for playing cricket, it has to be one of the most attractive in this part of the world.

The cricket club plays friendly games on most Sundays throughout the season and its membership covers all ages and abilities – from 14 years to 70 at the time of writing. We welcome all new members who want to join us and details of whom to contact can be found on the Contact page of this site.

Visiting teams can find directions to the ground on our Contact page. We always end up in the Plume of Feathers after each game – for details of the pub, see the link below.