Kenton Cricket Club is a long-established club and affiliated to the Kenton Sports Club. In 2021 the club will be celebrating its 100th anniversary, having played all its cricket at its current ground named “The Alan Digby Ground” after it’s president in 2010.
Kenton Cricket Club aims to provide safe, fair, and enjoyable cricket for its members, young and old. The club hopes to provide an environment fit for the local community, in which players and social members can develop their cricketing skills, knowledge and friendships.
The club currently has a playing membership of over 60 adults and fields 4 teams in the Middlesex Leagues on Saturdays. We also have a vibrant re-established junior section for children aged 5 – 15 years old.
Our squares continue to provide some of the best pitches in the county to play on. We have also installed a new artificial pitch for junior cricket, to reduce the number of games rained off.
We are always pleased to welcome new members to the club be it either playing or social. Whether you're looking to get back into playing cricket or are on the hunt for a great social environment to support from the boundary, our memberships cater for all.