Divisions - 4 & 8
Ground - The Park, Windmill Balk Lane, Adwick-le-Street, Doncaster DN6 7DS
Secretary - Liam Bishop 07939 187091
Website - www.adwicklestreet.play-cricket.com
email - firstname.lastname@example.org
Matchday contacts -
Matthew Eades 07432 479551 (1st XI)
Paul Bishop 07917 676829 (2nd XI)
Appleby Frodingham CC
Ground information: Ample seaating and car parking: refreshments available in clubhouse; coffee shop and accessible toilets in athletic club adjected to the ground; dogs must be kept on a lead at all times.
About us: Appleby Frodingham CC were formed in 1921, since which time the club has played on its’ current ground at Brumby Hall. The facilities are shared with other sports in a large sports club. In 1948, the club joined the Yorkshire Council, and in 1994, taking advantage of the then Yorkshire & Humberside county boundary, they were admitted into the Yorkshire League. Appleby Frodingham became founder members of the new Yorkshire South Premier League in 2016, finishing as runners-up to Wakefield Thornes in that inaugural season. A season of underachievement in 2018 led to the club being relegated to the SYSCL Championship, but they bounced back in style as SYSCL champions in 2019, reclaiming their place in the YSPL for 2020.
Ground information: Ample car parking; bar & toilet facilities available during games.
About us: Aston Hall CC was founded in 1884. As champions of the South Yorkshire Senior Crickt League, their earned their place in the newly-formed Yorkshire South Premier league in 2016. Relegated at the end of the 2019 season, the club will aim to achieve promotion to the Premier divsion of the YCSPL in 2021. The club currently hhas three Saturday teams, two in the YCSPL and one in the Bassetlaw League.
Aston Hall has a thriving Junior section run by ECB-qualified coaches. There are several junior age group squads, who all play throughout the week, and the club also runs a girls section.
Barnsley Woolley Miners CC
Divisions - Premier, Championship, 3 & 4
Shaw Lane, Barnsley S70 6HZ (1st & 2nd XIs)
Woolley Colliery Road, Darton, Barnsley S75 5JA (3rd & 4th XIs)
Chairman - Phil Chapman 07772 397658
Website - www.bwmcc.play-cricket.com
Safeguarding officer - Lisa Chapman
Matchday contacts -
(1st XI) Jason Booth 07866 489768
(2nd XI) Andrew Clayton 07960 978722
(3rd XI) Craig Wilkes 07778 817763
(4th XI) Dan Broadhead 07894 011790
Ground information: Shaw Lane - ample car parking; disabled access and toilets; bar with refreshments and wifi open all day; no dogs allowed on the ground.
About us: Barnsley CC were founded in 1862 and were founder members of the Yorkshire League in 1936. Amongst several household names to have represented the club are Geoff Boycott and Darren Gough. Barnsley won the Yorkshire League title in 2006 and were three-times winners of the Yorkshire League Knock-Out Cup. The club became founder members of the YSPL in 2016. For the 2017 season, Barnsley merged with Woolley Miners CC to form the present club, with the senior teams continuing to play at their Shaw Lane home of 157 years. In 2018, Barnsley were the first YSPL team to reach the final of the Yorkshire Leagues Knock-Out Cup, losing to Woodhouse Grange in the final at Treeton. In 2019, they boasted the leading batsman, bowler and wicket-keeper in the YSPL in Harpreet Singh Bhatia, Ollie Jackson and Beck Frostick respectively.
Bradfield Village Fellowship CC
Divisions - 4 & 5
Ground - The Sands, Low Bradfield, Sheffield, S6 6LB
Secretary - Mick Bocking 07711 292455
Website - www.bradfieldcricket.co.uk
email - email@example.com
Dafeguarding officer - David Fearnley
Matchday contacts -
(1st XI) Adam Broughton 07917 533398
(2nd XI) Phil Clarke 07545 068294
Brodsworth Main CC
Divisions - 5 & 6
Ground - The Common, Cross Hill, Ecclesfield, Sheffield S35 9WL
Secretary - Milton Samuels 07758 415303
Website - www.caribbeansheffield.play-cricket.com
email - firstname.lastname@example.org
Safeguarding officer - Steve Miller
Matchday contacts -
(1st XI) Milton Samuels 07758 415303
(2nd XI) Lennox Campbell 07518 206919
Ground information: Ample car parking and seating; clubhouse with bar and refreshments
About us: Cawthorne CC was established in the village on its present ground in 1843. The clubhouse is a focal point in the local community. The club were long-time members of the Huddersfield Drakes League until their resignation in 2018 to join the SYSCL championship. Finishing as runners-up to Appleby Frodingham in their first season in the SYSCL, Cawthorne earned their place in the YSPL for 2020. For 2021, Cawthorne will run two divisions in the YCSPL and the club plan to run two junior teams in the under 11 and under 13 age groups. The picturesque ground has a well-equipped pavilion in which teas of legendary status are served. It is accessed from Tivydale, opposite the School, in the Village down the narrow, untarmacked Dark Lane.
founded c 1870
Ground information: Ample car parking and seating; clubhouse with bar and refreshments; disabled access and toilets; baby-changing facilities; dogs must be kept on a lead at all times
About us: The exact date of formation of the club is unknown due to war damage to club archives, but it is believed the club was formed by the 1870s. Two other grounds were used before Chichester Road was opened in June 1931 with a fixture against Scunthorpe CC in the Grimsby and District League. The development of the town in the 1950s prompted expansion, and the club purchased eight acres of land to preserve its future, as housing estates sprang up around the ground. The 1959 season ended early so that the outfield could be expanded and levelled and a new square sown, and in 1963 the dilapidated old wooden pavilion, with its tiny changing rooms was replaced by a new building. A dream was realized in 1968 when Lincolnshire played on the ground for the first time, and on an unforgettable Sunday in August 1970, the International Cavaliers played on the ground in front of 3,000 spectators. A larger lounge and bar and the new dressing rooms in 1971 were rewarded with a Nottinghamshire one-day game in 1972. An important development in 1978 saw two squash courts opened, resulting in 200 new members. In 1980 Cleethorpes hosted first class cricket for the first time when Nottinghamshire played Worcestershire. Further county games followed, and Lincolnshire still use the ground regularly. By the late 1950s, Cleethorpes had become a formidable side due to the development of some excellent local talent, of which Martin Maslin was one finest cricketers never to play at first class level. After winning the Lincolnshire League eleven times, and beating York and Bradford in the 1981 John Haig trophy, the club entered the Yorkshire League in 1983. In 1988 the first overseas professional, Australian David Quoyle, was engaged, and he was followed by a string of impressive imports. In 2003, the Yorkshire League championship was secured with a memorable last day win at Driffield. Ground improvements have continued, and over recent years include an all-weather pitch, four net bays, updated sightscreens and covers, and further pavilion improvements.
Divisions - 2 & 5
Ground - Stonelow Playing Fields, Shireoaks Road, Coal Aston, Sheffield S18 2EU
Secretary - Kevin Simpson 07775 527663
Website - www.coalaston.play-cricket.com
email - email@example.com
Safeguarding officer: Ange Vandrill
(1st XI) Elliot Tye 07714 880067
(2nd XI) John Harrison 07957 871724
Divisions - Championship & 5
Ground - St Peters Drive, Park Road, Conisborough, DN12 2ES
Secretary - Peter Humphries 07951 944953
Website - www.pitchero.com/clubs/conisbroughcc
email - firstname.lastname@example.org
Safeguarding officer - Peter Humphries
(1st XI) Joe Farmer 07534 571396
(2nd XI) Ben Scott 07894 071051
Club Welfare officer:
Premier, 2, 6 & 7
Town Fields, Bennethorpe, Doncaster DN2 6AA (1st & 2nd XIs); Lindley Road, Finningley, Doncaster DN9 3DQ (3rd & 4th XIs)
Divisions - Premier, 2, 6 & 7
Ground - Town Fields, Bennethorpe, Doncaster DN2 6AA (1st & 2nd XIs);
Lindley Road, Finningley, Doncaster DN9 3DQ (3rd & 4th XIs)
Secretary - Simon Stoker 07943 106387
Website - www.doncastertown.play-cricket.com
Safeguarding officer -
Matchday contacts -
About us: The origins of Yorkshire League founder members Doncaster Town go back to 1911. They won the Yorkshire League in 1999 and were the first winners of the Yorkshire League Knock-Out Cup in 1972, which they won on a further three occasions. The most famous day in the club's history came in 1998, when YSPL Hall of Fame inductee Nick Cowan led them to victory in the National Knock-Out Cup final against Bath at Lords. A founder member of the YSPL in 2016, Doncaster were relegated at the end of that season, but bounced back again as SYSCL champions the following year. Revitalised, Doncaster finished in fifth place in the YSPL in 2018. In 2019, the Town Fields side won the YSPL Championship, with all-rounders Duncan Heath and Aamir Jamal, and batsman Bilal Anjam, all figuring highly in the League's averages.