Llangennech Cricket Club
Congratulations to Eric Lewis who has won the "OSCA" (Outstanding Service to Cricket Awards) awarded by Cricket Wales, in the category of "Get the Game On". He will attend the ECB ceremony on Tuesday 4th October at the SWALEC Stadium.
After 50 years of service to our Club as groundsman, Eric has retired and the above award is a fitting tribute to his tireless efforts in the Park.
This a great honour for our Club as it is the second year running that a member of our club has been awarded an "OSCA". Last year Brinley John won a similar award for his services to the South Wales Junior Cricket League.
The following items are still missing:
Spring back stumps
Third XI First Aid kit.
If anyone can confirm where they are, please ring Eric on 01554 820657 or e-mail him on email@example.com
If there any girls or ladies interested in joining the Women' s squad then please contact team captain Claire Thomas (07984409149).
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Llangennech Cricket Club was founded in 1881 and over the last 86 years, the Recreation Ground in the village has been our home ground. The Park is situated on the banks of the Loughor estuary; it has a pavilion, a cricket “square” with eleven wickets and a two bay outdoor practice net area.We have three senior sides playing on Saturdays. The First and Second XIs play in the South Wales Cricket Association and the Third XI compete in the West Wales Cricket Association. On Wednesday evenings we take part in the All Wales Sport Midweek League and Cup Competitions. We have junior teams ranging between 7 and 16, some of which play in the South Wales Junior Cricket League. The Women's XI will continue to play in the South West Premier League. .
Our Ladies team in their new kit last season