KNEBWORTH PARK CRICKET CLUB Welcome to K.P.C.C. - A club for the whole family HERTS LEAGUE CRICKET Fielding four senior teams every Saturday JUNIOR CRICKET Boys and girls teams and training for all ages ALL STARS FAMILY SESSIONS Get involved as a family with the ECB All Stars



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Watch this space… all competitive cricket and social activities are postponed. However, as soon as restrictions are lifted and we can start playing and partying again we will let you know



1st XI

  • Langleybury v 1sts - Village Cup

    Langleybury cricket club

2nd XI

  • Blunham v 2nds

    Blunham cricket club

  • 2nds v Holtwhites Trinibis

    Knebworth Park Cricket Club

  • Ickleford II v 2nds

    Ickleford Sports & Recreation Club, Chambers Ln, Ickleford, Hitchin SG5 3YA, UK

3rd XI

  • 3rds/4ths v Old Haberdashers

    Knebworth Park Cricket Club

  • Holtwhites Trinibis v 3rds

    Holtwhites Trinibis Cricket Club

  • Hoddesdon III v 3rds

    Hoddesdon Cricket Club, 48 Barclay Ct, Park View, Hoddesdon EN11 8PH, UK

4th XI

  • 3rds/4ths v Old Haberdashers

    Knebworth Park Cricket Club

  • 4ths v Washington

    Knebworth Park Cricket Club

  • 4ths v Tewin III

    Knebworth Park Cricket Club, Old Knebworth Lane, Knebworth SG3 6HQ, UK


1st team Captain, Adam Sergeant can be contacted here:

COVID-19 UPDATE: Although life is slowly returning to normal there is still no immediate prospect of matches. However, there is action of sorts down at the club. You are allowed to have a socially distanced net, provided you book in advance, and juniors have been able to train, in a conveyor-belt fashion, on Sundays. The ground is also looking a picture thanks to the sterling efforts of Chris Johnson and the contributions of many club members and supporters. We have our fingers crossed that we can get out on to the field at some point.

SUBS: Although there is no cricket at the moment, the club still has to pay its bills. We have reduced the subs to just £30 this year with the hope that this would be topped up with a donation. More than 100 of you have already paid this year, despite the dim prospects of getting much cricket. That is a fantastic contribution. If anyone else wants to pay please click here and new members should sign up here



Click HERE to see our sponsorship opportunities.


Lots of people have been pitching in to make sure the ground stays in tip-top shape despite the lack of cricketing action. Thanks to Adam Sergeant, Gareth Jones, Alex Richmond and his family, James Hobbs and Bret Painter for getting the nets ready for use and repaired; Phil Wheeler for painting the bottom scoreboard shed; Hugh Bateson for another marathon grass cutting stint and Darren Hopcraft for sanding the main scoreboard ready for painting.