How you can help keep KPCC going

These are difficult times for cricket clubs up and down the country. The game is on hold and months of work preparing for what promised to be a terrific season could yet come to nothing. Worse still, the weather has been perfect for cricket and a far cry from rain-sodden, gloomy and chilly Aprils and…

Covid-19: So when will the season start?

It’s still too early to say when we will be able to start playing competitive cricket again. The ground is ready and looking a picture, we have members itching to get out there and, thankfully, the pandemic seems to be slowly receding. The Saracens League posted this update on its website in mid-May. It signals…

Tune up with a (socially distanced) net

We may not be able to get out on the pitch for a game but there is still an opportunity to keep practising for when the action finally gets under way. The nets are open at the Park but Covid-19 rules forbid the old-style free-for-all. It has been great to see the nets getting plenty…

Radical shake-up to subs

Our subs have been among the most competitive in the county. Think what you get – fantastic cricket in an idyllic setting playing for a family-friendly club with a lively social scene. Now, it could be even better value. We have recently gained charity status and are proposing a radical shake-up of the subs structure…

Mabel wins player of the year award

Knebworth Park’s Mabel Reid has been named Hertfordshire’s girl player of the year. The under-13, who also took the county batting award for her age group, wins £1,000 in sponsorship from bat-maker Gray Nicholls. Another of Knebworth’s young girl stars, Amelia Kemp, picked up the county under-15 batting award.