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    MKV Pavilion
    Worelle Avenue
    Middleton
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Milton Keynes Cricket Club

Milton Keynes Cricket Club is situated in the Milton Keynes Village area and was established over 130 years ago.

All players of all ages and abilities are welcome to join MKCC. We have teams that cater for all! MKCC runs fouradults teams and has a thriving youth section. The two Saturday sides compete in the Morrant Four Counties League and the club runs a Sunday developmental team as well which competes in Division 2 of the Milton Keynes Sunday Cricket League. As of 2013, MKCC added a 4th team to their portfolio, the MKCC Outlaws who compete in the MK Premier League of Last Man Stands every Monday evening.

The club is hosted by the modern Milton Keynes Village Pavilion. The Pavilion is well-equipped with a bar, two big-screen TV’s and projector with satellite TV for all major sporting events, as well 2 pool tables. The bar is open for watching sports and socialising and hosts many events throughout the year. Families are welcome.

Outdoor Nets

Outdoor nets will be held at our newly refurbished nets at the MKV Pavilion in Middleton (Worrelle Avenue), held every Wednesday starting on the 16th April, 2014 from 6pm – 8pm. We are always looking for new players and will be more than happy for anyone looking for a club for the 2014 season to come along and join us. If you require any further information, please do not hesitate to contact 1st XI Captain, Nick Hillman ([email protected]), 2nd XI Captain, Ben Warren ([email protected]) or Sunday Captain, Kenny Morris ([email protected]).

MKV Pavilion,
Worrelle Avenue,
Middleton,
Milton Keynes,
MK10 9AD

Who's in the News

THIS WEEKS MKCC CELEBRITIES:Good scoring: Milton Keynes chalk up the runs in their convincing victory over MK City on Saturday, Pictures: Colin Bridges.
  • Daniel Ramsell
  • Joe Fairbrother

Picture courtesy of MK Citizen

DIVISION 1

Second place side Milton Keynes knew they needed Crawley to drop points if they wanted to snatch the title late on, but kept up their end of the bargain by beating Eaton Bray by two wickets.

Wes Hosking hit 86 not out for Bray as they declared on 229-6, predicting rain could force short their match.

But it wasn’t to be enough, as 90 from Daniel Ramsell and 65 not out from Joe Fairbrother saw MK (230-8) home in the final over.

Source: Milton Keynes Citizen

THIS WEEKS MKCC CELEBRITIES:
  • Joe Fairbrother
  • Ian Hand

DIVISION 1

Joe Fairbrother took 4-37 as Milton Keynes eased to a 10 wicket win against Thurleigh.

After bowling out the visitors for just 110, MK made light work of the total, with Ian Hand unbeaten with 53.”

Source: Milton Keynes Citizen

THIS WEEKS MKCC CELEBRITIES:
  • Nick “dangerous-looking” Hillman
  • Tom Hilson
  • Neil Gordon
  • Daniel “the spark” Brady
  • Daniel “the in-form” Ramsell

DIVISION 1

There’s always a lot of needle when New City take on Milton Keynes and this Saturday was no exception as the sides went head-to-head again.

The on-field chatter started early as both sides looked to get the psychological edge as they battled it out for third place in Division One.

New City won the toss and skipper Kaival Patel opted to bowl first.

And it looked a good decision as he quickly took out both openers.

MK’s dangerous-looking captain Nick Hillman then fell for 26 to Arshad Mahmood,(3-28) who also took care of Tom Hilson (14) and Neil Gordon (1) in quick succession.

The game sparked into life when the visiting side objected to Daniel Brady’s dismissal and both sides were warned by the umpires for their language.

A fired up Viral Shah (3-26)then took three wickets, but New City couldn’t dismiss the in-form Daniel Ramsell who finished unbeaten with 66.

Captain Patel returned to skittle the final two batsmen to finish with figures of 4-23 as MK ended their innings all out on 188.

Ramsell carried on with the ball where he left off with the bat taking both New City openers Mahmood (6) and Dhruv Pankhania (5) and Mihir Choksi (4).

When Amit Trivedi (12) fell, New City looked to be in trouble at 30-4.

Ashish Ratia and Shalin Parikh helped steady the ship for the home side.

But Ratia fell for 26, and he was quickly followed by Jai Dave (0) and Viral Shah (1) which left New City struggling with just 80 runs on the board and seven wickets down.

Parikh was joined by his captain at the crease, and the pair set about the rescue operation.

After a dubious run-out appeal saw tempers flare once again, Patel was then run-out at the non-striker’s end as he backed up awaiting the bowler’s delivery.

But he was asked to return to the crease by his opposite number Hillman, settling the animosity between the two sides somewhat.

New City were now 150-7, but a long Patel lunge had him in agony as he felt his hamstring go, forcing him to retire hurt having scored 44.

Parikh then fell for 26, leaving Mahmood and Burjor Bugli to see out the remaining four overs. And with two overs remaining, New City required 11 to win.

But with the affair finely poised, the umpires decided that it was time to call time on the match – league rules stating games must be finished by 8.30pm.

The ill-tempered draw means Milton Keynes remain third in the table, level with second place Elstow and eight points ahead of New City in fourth.

Source: Milton Keynes Citizen

THIS WEEKS MKCC CELEBRITIES:Good scoring: Milton Keynes chalk up the runs in their convincing victory over MK City on Saturday, Pictures: Colin Bridges.
  • Nimesh “The Star Man” Chavda
  • Sam Hagger
  • Nick Hillman
  • Joe Fairbrother

Picture courtesy of MK Citizen

DIVISION 1

Milton Keynes took advantage of Division One leaders North Crawley not playing to cut the gap at the top of Division One with a comprehensive 92 run victory over MK City.

With the table toppers having the weekend off, MK made no mistake against a struggling City side who fell way short of the home side’s target of 282 to win.

Nimesh Chavda proved the star man as he top scored on 91, supported by Sam Hagger (66) and Nick Hillman (63 not out) as MK reached a total of 281-3 in Middleton.

A decent knock of 46 from Asif Iqbal gave City some hope of recovering, but it wasn’t to be as they slumped to 189 all out, thanks largely to a superb spell by Joe Fairbrother who claimed 5-26 as his side close to within 41 points of leaders North Crawley.

DIVISION 4

Meanwhile Milton Keynes 2nds lost to Drayton Parslow by two wickets.

Brian Tompkins hit a good 66 for the visitors who made 123, but Drayton fought back to win on 125-8.”

Source: Milton Keynes Citizen

THIS WEEKS MKCC CELEBRITIES:
  • Grant “the star” Ebrahim
  • Nimesh Chavda
  • Nick Hillman
  • Neil Gordon
  • Jalil Sear

DIVISION 1

Milton Keynes move up to third in Division One courtesy of a five wicket win over bottom club Newport Pagnell.

Despite losing opener Liam Fox (3) early, Paul Braddy top scored with 53 for Newport but the rest of the batsmen didn’t add much resistance.

Grant Ebrahim was the star with the ball for MK, taking 4-38 as the home side fell for 179.

The Milton Keynes response was swift. The top order all made good scores, with Nimesh Chavda hitting 50 before being trapped LBW to Brian Schmidt.

Nick Hillman (43) and Neil Gordon (42) both added valuable runs before Jalil Sear (17) hit the winning score as MK (181-5) ran home five wicket winners.

Daniel Broad was the pick of the bowlers for Newport, taking 3-39″

Source: Milton Keynes Citizen

THIS WEEKS MKCC CELEBRITIES:nim-citizen

  • Tom Hilson
  • Luke Anamourlis
  • Nimesh Chavda
  • Ed Page

Picture courtesy of MK Citizen

DIVISION 1

Milton Keynes maintained their unbeaten run, but had to settle for a winning draw at home to Eaton Bray.

Tom Hilson (46) top scored for MK as they reached 138-9, but despite big pressure from Luke Anamourlis (4-19) and Nimesh Chavda (2-14), Eaton Bray held on to secure a share of the spoils with 91-9

DIVISION 4

Saud Shah (3-20) and Harry Singh (2-28) restricted MK to 108-9 and although Westcroft made slightly hard work of it, they eventually sealed victory on 109-6 – thanks in no small part to Temoor Alam who hit 67. Ed Page (3-12) had done his best to keep MK in it”

Source: Milton Keynes Citizen

THIS WEEKS MKCC CELEBRITIES:
  • Jalil Sear
  • Daniel Ramsell
  • Luke Anamourlis
  • Samit Saini
  • Ian Hand
  • Ben Warren

DIVISION 1

Milton Keynes are starting to emerge as potential Division One title challengers as they maintained their good start to the season with a winning draw over Thurleigh.

Up to fourth in the table, the men from Middleton have lost only one of their six games in 2013, and that was at the hands of champions North Crawley.

Saturday’s winning draw over second placed Thurleigh was a close call though as MK totalled 238-9 after being put in to bat, below restricting the home side to 234-8 in reply.

Jalil Sear (64) led the way for MK after a shaky start to the visitors’ innings, before Daniel Ramsell (36) and Luke Anamourlis (27 not out) added some priceless runs towards the bottom of the order.

Huge knocks from Andy Milne (108) and Christopher Wood (73) put Thurleigh on course for victory, but MK hit back with wickets from five different bowlers to hold the home side at bay and see out the remaining overs. And they would have been disappointed not to have secured a victory themselves in the end.

DIVISION 4

The win moves Printers 30 points clear at the summit as closest rivals Milton Keynes 2nds suffered a losing draw at home to Milton Bryan.

Choosing to bowl seemed like a good decision for MK as they had Bryan restricted to just 150-9 – Samit Saini (2-11) the pick of the bowlers.

But MK couldn’t finish the job, as only Ian Hand (41) and Ben Warren (28) troubled the bowlers and they finished way off the pace at 129-8″

 

Source: Milton Keynes Citizen

THIS WEEKS MKCC CELEBRITIES:
  • Joe Fairbrother
  • Daniel Ramsell
  • Ian Hand

DIVISION 1

“MK City (120-7) currently occupy third place in the top division thanks to their win against Cranfield University (117) by three wickets, while Milton Keynes recorded their third win of the season with a six-wicket success over New City.

Joe Fairbrother (3-11) and Daniel Ramsell (3-8) both had a field day as City slumped to just 46 all out – Viral Shah (15) the best of their hitters. They tried to make a game of it with the ball in hand, but MK had enough to win on 50-4 – that man Shah adding to his runs with 3-18.”

DIVISION 4

“New Bradwell (106) remain without a win after they went down to Harlington (218-6) by 112 runs, while Milton Keynes 2nds (145-5) saw off New City 2nds (142) by five wickets, as Ian Hand topped the scoring on 47.”

 

Source: Milton Keynes Citizen

THIS WEEKS MKCC CELEBRITIES:
  • Tom “Early Wicket” Hilson
  • Sam Hagger
  • Nick Hillman
  • Jalil Sear
  • Brian Tompkins

DIVISION 1

“There was a real run-fest at the Recreation Ground as North Crawley and Milton Keynes went head-to-head in Four Counties League Division One.

North Crawley opener Alex Walker hit 115, with 13 boundary 4s, ably supported by a quick-fire 68 from Sam Chapman to guide the home side to 278-5.

And it certainly proved to be a batsman’s wicket as MK set about the run chase. Despite the early wicket of Tom Hilson (1), Sam Hagger (59) and Nick Hillman (42) steadied the ship before Jalil Sear (50) added more valuable runs to the chase.

Unfortunately for MK though, they couldn’t quite keep up with the run rate, falling short on 242-7.”

DIVISION 4

Brian Tompkins was the star for Milton Keynes 2nds with both bat and ball as they beat Wilden by three wickets.

Tompkins took 3-19 as Wilden were bowled out for 92, and added 39 with the bat as MK (93-7)made it home in 25 overs.”

 

Source: Milton Keynes Citizen

THIS WEEKS MKCC CELEBRITIES:
  • Joe Fairbrother
  • Brian Tompkins

DIVISION 1

“Milton Keynes neededless than five overs to score 27 runs as they bowled out Cranfield for a pitiful 26 as Joe Fairbrother took 8-9.”

DIVISION 4

Brian Tompkins rescued Milton Keynes 2nds with the ball as he took 5-19 against Harlington. Having failed to perform with the bat, MK set 114-9. But Tompkins led his side to a brilliant 37 run victory, bowling the opposition out for just 77.”

Source: Milton Keynes Citizen

THIS WEEKS MKCC CELEBRITIES:
  • Luke Anamourlis
  • Daniel Ramsell
  • Nimesh Chavda
  • Andy Hyland
  • Craig “that man” Gentleman
  • Ben Warren
  • Dave Hand

DIVISION 1

“Milton Keynes enjoyed a five-wicket win over Elstow in their opening match of the season.

After winning the toss and deciding to bowl, the home side had Elstow skittled for a mere 66 in 31 overs, with Luke Anamourlis (4-9) the pick of the bowlers, while Daniel Ramsell, Nimesh Chavda and Andy Hyland took two wickets.”

DIVISION 4

“Milton Keynes 2nds were 48-run winners over New Bradwell 2nds, with Craig Gentleman the hero after taking 5-31.

MK totalled 208, thanks largely to a fantastic 94 from Ben Warren before eventually falling to Alf Godfrey (4-33).

New Bradwell were looking good in reply until that man Gentleman started to work his magic, after Dave Hand (3-23) also played a significant part in the home side being bowled out for 160.”

Source: Milton Keynes Citizen

Upcoming Matches

FCCL Division 1
Season: 2014

Next Match

Elstow CC 1st XIMilton Keynes CC 1st XI

1. Match Day

April 26, 2014, 1:30 pm

The Warren Playing Fields, Wilstead Road, Elstow, Beds, MK42 9YD

FCCL Division 4
Season: 2014

Next Match

Milton Keynes CC 2nd XIDrayton Parslow CC 1st XI

1. Match Day

April 26, 2014, 1:30 pm

MKV Pavilion, Worelle Avenue, Middleton, Milton Keynes, Bucks, MK10 9AD

MKSCL Division 2
Season: 2014

Next Match

Milton Keynes CC - Sunday 1st XIWestcroft CC - Sunday 2nd XI

1. Match Day

May 4, 2014, 2:00 pm

MKV Pavilion, Worelle Avenue, Middleton, Milton Keynes, Bucks, MK10 9AD

MKSCL Cup
Season: 2014

Last Man Stands - MK Premier League
Season: 2014

Sunday Friendly
Season: 2014

League Tables

Pos   Team Pld W L Pts
0 Elstow CC 1st XI 0 0 0 0
0 New City CC 1st XI 0 0 0 0
0 Eaton Bray CC 1st XI 0 0 0 0
0 Olney Town CC 1st XI 0 0 0 0
0 Milton Keynes City CC 1st XI 0 0 0 0
0 Thurleigh CC 1st XI 0 0 0 0
0 Biddenham CC 1st XI 0 0 0 0
0 North Crawley CC 1st XI 0 0 0 0
0 Eggington Forresters 1st XI 0 0 0 0
0 Milton Keynes CC 1st XI 0 0 0 0
Pos   Team Pld W L Pts
0 Milton Bryan CC 2nd XI 0 0 0 0
0 New City CC 2nd XI 0 0 0 0
0 Milton Keynes CC 2nd XI 0 0 0 0
0 Drayton Parslow CC 1st XI 0 0 0 0
0 Shenley Church End CC 1st XI 0 0 0 0
0 Harlington CC 1st XI 0 0 0 0
0 Stewkley Vicarage CC 1st XI 0 0 0 0
0 Wing with Wingrave CC 1st XI 0 0 0 0
0 Wilden CC 1st XI 0 0 0 0
0 Olney Town CC 2nd XI 0 0 0 0
Pos   Team Pld W L Pts
0 Milton Keynes CC - Sunday 1st XI 0 0 0 0
0 MK United - Sunday 2nd XI 0 0 0 0
0 Westcroft CC - Sunday 2nd XI 0 0 0 0
0 Wicken CC - Sunday 1st XI 0 0 0 0
0 Woughton CC - Sunday 1st XI 0 0 0 0
Pos   Team Pld W L Pts
0 MK United 0 0 0 0
0 Wolverton Hawks 0 0 0 0
0 MKCC Outlaws 0 0 0 0
0 IAS CC 0 0 0 0