Llangennech Cricket Club
Training starts on Friday night at Pontarddulais Comprehensive School from 7:00 until 8:00pm These sessions will go on for 10 consecutive weeks.
Current players are urged to attend and new members are gladly welcomed.
Contact Simon Clement - 07971778445 for details.
After serving the South Wales Junior League as Treasures for 44 years, our Life member Brinley John was awarded a retirement gift at the Tavarn Morlais by the League Chairman.
Brinley John was awarded the Ryan Jones Memorial Award for Outstanding Services to Sport at the Carmarthenshire Sport Awards at Y Ffwrness last Friday Well done Brinley - well deserved.
Following the earlier message that Alan Davies (known affectionately as "Porky") had passed away, we have been informed that the funeral will take place at Llanelli Crematorium on THURSDAY 9th February, at 9:00am.
Welcome to the LLANGENNECH CRICKET CLUB WEBSITE
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. .