Representative Cricket


Welcome to the Representative Cricket Section of the website, here you will find information about Cambridgeshire Performance Pathway / Junior Boys & Girls squads.

Players in Cambridgeshire can follow a player pathway for representative cricket from U10 Junior County Age Group cricket through to Cambridgeshire County Cricket Club First XI.

Cambridgeshire Cricket runs junior representative cricket for both girls and boys up to U17 years of age.

Cambridgeshire County Cricket Club run the senior men’s representative sides at both Development (U25) and First XI levels.

Women’s Senior Cricket is played in Cambridgeshire with the players representing the county in the ECB Championship and T20 Competition.

Senior Over 50’s & 60’s Cricket is played as part of the ECB

Cambridge University and the MCCU also provide opportunities for representative cricket within the county.

Further content will be added to the Representative Cricket section in the next few weeks. In the meantime if you have any representative cricket enquiries please contact one of the following…

James Williams ( for boys pathway U13-U18 and senior male cricket

Lee Smith ( for all women’s & girls’ pathway and boys foundation (U10-U12) pathway

Cornelia Ross ( for all general CYC enquiries

Fixtures for representative sides can be found via play cricket HERE


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