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 NewWHCCPlayers@gmail.com to contact us if you are interested in joining the club.







Pre-Season Letter 2015
April 5th, 2015
With the clocks forward and the sun out, that can only mean one thing - it's time for the cricket season! Our pre-season letter for 2015 is now available here. Contents inclu...

Bernard Avent Funeral
March 13th, 2015
The funeral for Bernard Avent will be held at New Southgate Crematorium, Brunswick Park Road,New Southgate, N11 1JJ, at 1.30 pm Friday the 20th of March and afterwards at Winchmo...

Bernard Avent
March 10th, 2015
It is with great sadness that I report the passing of my father Bernard Avent earlier this morning (10th March 2015).  He was not only a great supporter of both the cricket and fo...

Colts JERSEY TOUR – FUND RAISER
February 15th, 2015
RACE NIGHT for fund raising the U14’s and U15’s colts Jersey Tour this July. This will be on Friday 6th March, 7pm at the club £5 per ticket. First 56 sold own a horse and the...

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