Indoor Winter Nets start Monday 31st January – NEW VENUE

Indoor Winter Nets


The Club’s Indoor Winter Nets for the forthcoming 2022 season have now been arranged.

So, dig out your kit!!

The Nets will run from Monday 31st January for 6 weeks (each Monday) between 6:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m.

Whitley Academy
Abbey Road

Click on the link for a map and the location.

ALL Senior Players, prospective players and those likely to play in one of our open age group sides this year are MOST WELCOME to attend.

For those Junior players in age group sides, please refer any enquiries to the Youth Section contacts.

If you are interested in Joining Kenilworth Cricket Club in 2022

Please take a look at Join Kenilworth and reach out to us through one of the methods below, we look forward to welcoming you to our friendly local club. 





Or call Geoff: 07930237271


Kenilworth CC Junior Autumn term Indoor Cricket at Whitley Academy, Coventry, CV3 4BD


Indoor group junior cricket training is currently taking place at Whitley Academy in Coventry on Tuesday evenings.  This coaching is on Tuesday evening and this term runs to Tuesday 14th December 2021 (excluding 26th October).  The cost works out at approximately £7 per child to attend one hour each week.  Payment is required for the full course though (and not on a weekly basis). 

If your child wishes to play hardball cricket in these training sessions they will require their own kit. 

No kit is required to play softball cricket but if they can provide their own bat it would be helpful. 

To accommodate all our children’s availabilities sessions for different age groups are running simultaneously, as follows:  


Year 2 – Year 5 softball and year 5 to Year 9 hardball is 5 – 6 p.m.  


Year 4 to Year 6 hardball plus hardball U13 girls is 6 – 7 p.m.


Year 5 to Year 12 hardball is 7 – 8 p.m.


If you wish to participate, please contact Jane on 07787 343056.


Last League games of the season

A mixed day

The  League season for the 1st. and 2nd. XI has now ended with both sides finishing mid-table. The 1sts. drew their final match with Leamington whilst the 2nds. suffered a 7 runs defeat in theirs.


1st XI

Kenilworth v. Leamington 2’s

Warwickshire Cricket League Division 1 – W/L/D – 50 overs a side


Leamington 275-5 (18 points) (50 overs) drew with Kenilworth 224-9 (10 points) (50 overs).

The 1st. XI ended their League season with a drawn match with Leamington 2’s who posted 275-5 as openers Jacob Sergeant who went on to post a fine 126 (8 x 4, 4 x 6) and Jamie Treasure 77 (13 x 4, 1 x 6) put on 154 runs for their first wicket. Steve Rhodes took 3-53 and Joe Atkinson 1-44 for Kenilworth with a run out accounting for the other wicket to fall. In reply,   Kenilworth’s openers added 152 runs for their first wicket with Tom Booker scoring 83 (10 x 4, 1 x 6) and Atkinson 80 (9 x 4). However, the side were unable to keep up with the run chase, losing wickets and had to settle on 224-9, seeing out the last three balls of the match to draw the game after Chris Prophet had added 24. For Leamington, James Gethins took 5-48 and Sergeant 2-9 with the ball to round off a fine for him.


2nd XI

Kenilworth v. Stockton Star

Warwickshire Cricket League – Division 7 East – W/L/D – 50 overs a side


Stockton Star 121-10 (24 points) (50 overs) beat Kenilworth 114-10 (4 points) (39 overs) by 7 runs.

On a low scoring day where the bowlers had the upper hand, Kenilworth fell 7 runs agonisingly short of the Stockton Star’s total of 121-10 despite Sam Leach taking 4-13 from his 12 overs, Kapil Dubey 2-12 from his 12 over spell whilst Jono Sparks took 1-32 with 3 run outs to occur in the Stockton innings after R. Sharma top scored with 20. The 2nd. XI lost wickets all to regularly in reply with Sparks, Dubey and Danny Boneham all scoring 19 each but despite plenty of overs in hand the side were bowled out for 114 as V. Sharma took 3-30, Brooks 3-49 and Ansari 2-16 for Stockton to give them an unlikely win as Kenilworth end the season mid table.


Sunday League promotion despite defeat

Runs flowed and Runners Up spot secured

Kenilworth’s Sunday XI rounded off the Arden Sunday Cricket League Division 3 campaign with promotion despite their defeat to Divisional winners, Solihull Super Kings in a high scoring match.


Sunday XI v. Solihull Super Kings

Arden Sunday Cricket League – Division 3 – 40 overs a side


Solihull Super Kings 287-10 (39.4 overs) (20 points) beat Kenilworth 244-9 (40 overs) (10 points) by 43 runs.


Despite being beaten by Divisional winners, Solihull Super Kings, by 43 runs Kenilworth secured second place in the table and gained promotion in their top of the table clash in their last Sunday League match of the season where the runs flowed in a high scoring match.

Super Kings posted 287-10 with Chana hitting 61, More 56 and Beniwal 50. For Kenilworth, Kapil Dubey took 2-31 and Tom Skinner 2-46 whilst there was a wicket each for Dan Horner, Louis Smithson and Matt Casey. Horner also took 3 outfield catches and a run out, of which there were three in the Super Kings innings. In reply, Kenilworth couldn’t quite keep up with the required run rate and ended the day on 244-9, despite George Baines posting 46 (9 x 4), Horner 43 (5 x 4), Casey 33 (3 x 4, 1 x 6) and Yash Joshi 28 (3 x 4). The side were rewarded for their fine season as Divisional runners-up and promotion for the 2022 season.

The final table is shown on the following link:

Arden Sunday Cricket League (


Under 9’s are County Champions

WINNERS – Under 9’s win Countywide League



Kenilworth Under 9’s are 2021 County League Champions


Kenilworth Cricket Club Under 9’s have won the Warwickshire Hardball League Championship in a hard fought and enjoyable final against Bablake O.B. Cricket Club and it is a fitting end to an unbeaten season for the Kenilworth side.  

There were 10 sides in the League, split into 2 Groups, each consisting of 5 teams and 8 players a side, playing a round robin with the other sides and each Group winner progressing into the Final.

In the final, Kenilworth batted first and posted a challenging total of 285 thanks to hard hitting innings by Alex Marr (17), Freddie Kelley (14) and skipper Max Ashley (22), who were ably assisted by the rest of the team in only losing 2 wickets in their 16 overs.  

In their innings, Bablake found it hard to score initially with Jack Boon and Toby Miller taking 3 wickets between them in their opening spell and Freddie Kelley and Jack Marr only conceding 2 runs in their four over spell.  Some powerful hitting from the 3rd Bablake batting pair brought their score closer to Kenilworth’s but some excellent fielding from Ruben Parashar resulted in a run out and Ali Khan closed out the Bablake innings with some accurate bowling in the final overs.  Bablake finished on 245, meaning a 40-run victory for Kenilworth.  

Finally, the celebrations started for the team and their supporters when captain Max Ashley and the team were presented with the trophy.

Well done and congratulations to the young Kenilworth side for their achievement in winning the Countywide League.

Also, a BIG THANKS to all the Coaches in the Youth Section and to all their sides for the time and commitment that they give for the enjoyment and progress of the younger generations.