Ropley Cricket Club is a long established village club in the heart of Hampshire. During the summer months the cricket club is the centre piece of village life. The club welcomes all new members and spectators will always receive a warm reception.

Ropley cricket club’s mission is to provide cricketing opportunities for all members of the community. We seek to provide a club where all ages and all abilities can develop their skills in a friendly welcoming environment. We are an equal opportunities club and support all ECB’s policies and guidelines. We have included a statement of Inclusion and Diversity in our Club Rules.

In support of our mission we expect players, guests and visitors to abide by our policies and standards of behaviour, a copy of the club rules and policies can be found on our website in the Clubmark section.


Senior training and nets are on Wenesday evenings @ 6.30 p.m.

Junior Club

The end of a very successful 2016 season for the junior club, culminating in our presentation awards at the end of the final training session. We were very happy and honoured to have Jimmy Adams the Hampshire seam bowler present the children with their awards.

Winter nets will be run from January, and anyone interested please contact the appropriate age group manager.

Have a great Summer and hopefully see you in January !


We are pleased to have an online shop in association with Wilds Sports. If you want to purchase any kit for the upcoming season visit our online shop.

U11's win Oliver Plate final

I'm delighted to report that the U11s had a great win on Sunday against Longparish, in the Oliver Plate Final.   Captained by Ted, the U11s batted first making 128 for 7, with both Seb and Fred retiring on 30 and some valuable  contributions from the rest of the team.   Our bowling/fielding was excellent (as it has been all season) with Longparish finishing on 57 for 9, giving us victory by 71 runs.   Above all, it was a great team performance, but special mention should go to Seb who won the 'man of the match' award, for his fine batting and bowling figures of 3 for 16.  Well done everyone!