Notice of Annual General Meeting

Please see below a notification for our AGM – in line with our constitution we are required to give at least 21 days notice. The AGM is a formal meeting but it is a good opportunity to reflect on what has been achieved in the proceeding 12 months and agree plans for 2023 and beyond. Here is a link to the note from last years meeting to give you an idea of the agenda (note from 2022 AGM). We would encourage all members to come along.

The AGM is followed by an Extraordinary General Meeting of the committee which members are also welcome to attend. Anyone interested in becoming a committee member or volunteering at the club but would like to more about what the opportunities are or the time required please email enquiries@selkirkcricketclub.co.uk

After School Cricket (Indoor) 2023

Running Thursdays at Selkirk High School (Games Hall) from 19th January to Easter. (These sessions are free)

All high school pupils welcome but older (14+) pupils may want to also attend the senior winter nets (more information to follow). The junior session would also be suitable for P7 pupils and those who attended the Dynamo’s sessions in the summer.

For more info email enquiries@selkirkcricketclub.co.uk of direct message our facebook page

Pre Season Tour 2023

The picturesque Chatsworth cricket field, located in the grounds of Chatsworth House. INSET – John Everitt.

PLANS are in hand for the club to undertake a pre-season tour to the Derbyshire Dales in 2023. A fixture has been arranged on Saturday, April 22, against Chatsworth CC – the club for which former Selkirk skipper John Everitt now plays. The Selkirk party will travel down on the Friday, returning home on the Sunday. Supporters are welcome to join the tour, and anyone interested should give their names to club secretary John Smail. The Chatsworth club is located in the 1,000-acre Chatsworth Park, which attracts over 500,000 visitors a year. It is set alongside the River Derwent and has views of the house, park and 200ft ‘emperor’ fountain. It is believed cricket has been played at Chatsworth, in some form, for nearly 200 years – the first mention of cricket being played at Chatsworth appears in Queen Victoria’s diary, dated October 20th, 1832.