Gardeners Cricket Club
Gardeners Cricket Club
Established in 1996, our peripatetic friendly side has wandered afar: from the pudding bowl of Ventnor to the lush green of Balmoral (“What do you think?” John Edrich: “I think we’ll bowl.”), from Delhi dives to Barbados bars, from the charity razzmatazz of our six-a-side festival to the brooding shadow of Bamburgh Castle.
We now net during the winter at the Oval, but have previously used facilities in Brockwell Park, Crouch End, Streatham & Clapham High School for Girls and an insalubrious sports centre near White Hart Lane.
For many years, Toddington Manor off the M1 provided a summer home, notable for giant teapots and slow tracks. The adoption of our new Dulwich ground, Turney Road (diligently run by the Southwark Community Sports Trust), is a welcome return to south London roots. WS

Latest News

Our Annual Awards Dinner took place on Nov 24th at The Oyster Shed. It was a fantastic evening and thanks to all who came.

Congratulations to all this year's award winners.

You can see the full list here..

Award Winners

From the Archive

"Wandering Side Take Root"

Another chance to read the article from

The Cricketer Magazine from early 2016, ahead of our 20th Anniversary season. 


Thanks to Clayders for sending in.

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  2023 Members


Oliver Cunningham (life)

Jamie Elliott (life)

Ludo Hunter-Tilney

John Lloyd (life)

Hugo Nisbet (life)

Steven Seaton

David Woodhouse (life)

Caveat lector

All our match reports and player profiles are written by third parties,

and may involve some poetic licence. GCC cannot be held liable for any misrepresentation in these articles.

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