Passing of Bill Dance

It’s with great sadness that we have to report the death of Bill Dance who for many years was a firm fixture as an umpire for the club. Week in, week out Bill was a font of knowledge and sound decision-making. He, along with his wife Jean, who was a meticulous scorer, were a popular,…

Richard Roomans – Updated with Funeral Info.

Funeral Update The funeral is going to be on Monday 22nd April at 3pm at Woollensbrook crematorium in Hoddesdon (near Haileybury) and afterwards at The College Arms (Hertford Heath). Donations to The Aortic Dissection Charitable Trust (https://aorticdissectioncharitabletrust.org/donate/) please instead of flowers. ______ It is with great sadness that I have to advise you that former…

3s get first win of the season

Knebworth Park 3s  258-6 (40) – London Colney 2s  182-10 (38.1) In the continuing heat wave, a glorious Knebworth Park welcomed London Colney 2s for the return leg of the Div 9B game.  LC had run out very easy winners earlier in the season and The Park did not want a repeat of that especially…

New Club Clothing Supplier

We are delighted to announce that we will be moving to Tyler’s Sportswear as our new clothing suppliers.  With top quality Gray Nicholls clothing for our ‘whites’, T20 and women’s sides, juniors and training kit too, the club looks forward to an excellent relationship with Tylers – a local family business (Welwyn Garden City) who…

Winter Training/Nets start 13th Jan

Knebworth’s nets start at Kingshott School on Thursday 13th January and run from 6:30-8pm. Costs just £5 per session / £30 for all sessions. New players for our men’s or women’s sides welcome – please contact Adam Sergeant on 07974 704737 (men) or Jonathan Cirkel 07971 132415 (women).

Club Captain’s Season Wrap-up

Adam Sergeant, Club Captain: “It’s been a hugely positive year for KPCC, both on and off the field.  With unprecedented numbers attending junior training and our senior player roster more diverse than ever, KPCC continues to flourish.   Despite not always achieving the results we would like across the four senior playing sides, numerous memories and…

4s blow their chance in local derby

KPCC 4s had high hopes of winning the local derby with Datchworth 4s but will rue some poor shots during their innings. With Datchworth having a very young side as well as being short of players, JC won the toss with the aim of bowling the oppo out and then chasing the runs down.  With…