About WHCC

Established in 1880, Winchmore Hill Cricket Club has been a bastion of the community for over 130 years.

WHCC runs 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.

In 2012, Winchmore Hill Cricket Club became Middlesex County Cricket League Champions for the first time.

Recipient of the ECB Clubmark, WHCC seeks to build for the long-term future of the game and of the club. With this in mind, we have implemented our 5 Year Development Plan, which has been drawn up in conjunction with the Middlesex Cricket Board (MCB) Cricket Development Officer (CDO), David Holland, and also embraces the England and Wales Cricket Board’s (ECB) mission statement for clubs, which is as follows;

“To ensure that every person, including players of all experience and ability, has the opportunity to play and become involved in the game in a fully structured. organised and resourced club environment.”

To discover more about the plan, please click WHCC 5 Year Development Plan 2015-2020

If you want to play at a lovely ground, with great practice and playing facilities, potentially the best in North London, with a sociable group who play competitive cricket, please email NewWHCCPlayers@gmail.com to contact us.

Winchmore Hill Cricket Club is a self-governed section underneath the banner of Winchmore Hill Sports Club with sections for Cricket, Football, Tennis, Hockey & Table Tennis. Click on the link for more information about the club as a whole.