Welcome to WEAREWHCC.COM - The online home for Winchmore Hill Cricket Club




This is the home for one of the most dedicated - and friendliest - clubs in the Middlesex League and other competitions.

We run four Saturday League sides, two Sunday sides and a strong Colts Section who all share the same characteristics that make cricket so valuable - team ethos, strength of character and mind, fitness and values for fair play within a supportive and competitive environment.


If you want to play at a lovely ground, with great practice and playing facilities – potentially the best in North London and with a sociable group who play competitive cricket, please get in touch as soon as possible.


We are continually on the look out for new members of all ability. We run four league sides on a Saturday.  On Sundays we are entering the Middlesex Development League (primarily for U21s) and the Chess Valley League.  The First XI also competes in two very competitive Sunday Cup competitions over the course of the season.  We also arrange Friendly matches when we can.

Please email whcricketcomms@gmail.com to contact us if you are interested in joining the club.







1st XI 2017 League Fixtures Announced
November 14th, 2016
Fixtures for the 2017 Middlesex County Cricket League (MCCL) have been released. We start our campaign at home to Harrow Town on Saturday 6th May, we finish at home to Uxbridge...

WHCC AGM- Agenda & Reports
November 8th, 2016
Please find Notice and Agenda of the 136th Annual General Meeting to be held on Sunday 4th December 2016 at 12.30pm precisely. AGM to to held in the Club Pavilion, Ford’s ...

WHCC AGM- 4th December
September 20th, 2016
The Winchmore Hill Cricket Club Annual General Meeting will be taking place at 12:30pm on Sunday 4th December. The AGM will be held within the Club Pavilion. Please make an e...

1st XI miss out on promotion
September 5th, 2016
The 1st XI missed out on promotion after their final day encounter with South Hampstead was abandoned due to rain. We needed to win, and hope North London and Brentham both lost. ...

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