Welcome to Putney CC
Putney Cricket Club was founded in 1870, and has been playing on the Lower Common in South West London for over 50 years.
The current pavilion was constructed in 1959, and has been modernised in recent years to provide excellent facilities for club members. There are two changing rooms, with ample hot showers. The bar area is bright and clean, and serves draught and bottled beers at very reasonable prices. There is also a kitchen for preparation of teas and snacks. The club prides itself on providing players of both sides with a good tea between innings. There is also free Wi-Fi in the clubhouse.
We have just relayed the playing surface and constructed an outdoor practice net next to the pavilion to allow training sessions throughout the season. We also have a bowling machine for specialised batting practice.
Matches usually start at 1pm and finish between 7.30 and 8pm. After the games players are encouraged to spend some time in the bar socialising with team-mates and opponents alike.
We are still accepting new members, new players can sign up throughout the season.
The club is more than just playing cricket.
PCC Down Under - Sydney Branch
Former PCC player Jon Steel is chairman of a great little club called the Reg Bartley XI.
They play home games at Sydney's most picturesque ground Rushcutters Bay, near Paddington, and in the City and Suburban Cricket Association. The association plays a competitive knockout before Christmas and good level social games after Christmas, all on grass wickets (rare to play social games in Oz on grass).
If you like Putney Sundays this will be a good club for you. Good bunch of guys and good mix of Brits, Aussies, Indian, Sri Lankan etc and we go for a beer afterwards.