A little about us
Welcome to Sheriff Hutton Bridge Cricket Club based 9 miles north of York. We are an ECB Clubmark accredited club & a thriving member of the ECB Yorkshire Premier League with a strong family feel.
The 1st Xl are the current Yorkshire Premier League Champions. They play in the Yorkshire Premier League North. This is a relatively new league that has been formed to stage high quality cricket at the very top of the Yorkshire cricket pyramid. There are 3 other sections, Yorkshire Premier League South, Bradford League & North Yorkshire & South Durham League. All 4 sections form the ECB Yorkshire Premier League with the top team in each section competing for the Yorkshire Premier League Championship.
The 2nd Xl will now play in the York Senior League Premier Division for the 1st time after successive promotions. We have a wonderfully vibrant Junior Section welcoming boys & girls of all ages & abilities to come & play cricket. We run 4 regular Junior Sides as well as hosting ECB All Stars Cricket for the very youngest.
The club promotes a high standard of cricket both on & off the field, and we are fortunate to have developed players to represent the County at both Junior & Full Senior Level.
We look forward to welcoming you at Sherriff Hutton Bridge CC.
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