All our thoughts are with those affected directly by the Covid-19 virus, and in the situation we all find ourselves in now cricket may seem unimportant, but once we begin to come away for the peak of the virus and able to start to return to some form on normality, cricket will have a key part to play for our community. It will provide that combination of enjoyment, exercise, laughter and socialising – with a bit of competition thrown in – that cricket is uniquely placed to do. For now, we fully support the stay home, stay safe message but we will be back. We will follow UK Government guidelines and the advice of the ECB on when and how we will resume playing.
We were founded in 2006 with a fixture list against some of the strongest clubs in the area, the Club has playing members drawn from Alstonefield and the surrounding Dove and Manifold Valley villages. The club has been particularly successful in resurrecting dormant and even non-existing cricket careers, proving that you are never too old to enjoy the finest game on earth. We always have a very warm welcome for anyone who would like to come along and join us – contact details are on the fixture card below.
We play on Sunday afternoons, allowing our opponents to field a healthy blend of young talent and well-seasoned experience. Apart from enjoying a social but competitive cricket match, there is the attraction of our lovely little ground with its spectacular views, sampling the finest cricket teas in the village hall then indulging in the rigour of post-match analysis in The George. True village cricket.
To reflect the rather careworn faces of the majority of the club’s members, we have drawn inspiration from some of the more playful examples of the Church’s stonework and we are known as The Gargoyles.
2017 AWARDS DINNER, NOV’17
GARGOYLES TEN YEAR ANNIVERSARY MATCH
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