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Ealing cricket club was founded in the heart of Ealing, West London, by Tom Hearne and the Reverend E.S.Carter in 1871 after the reverend's return from Australia. The current clubhouse was built in 1900 and retains many of its original features, as can be seen when comparing the pictures in the clubhouse from 1904 and 1912 with the present.
Ealing CC, one of Middlesex’s most successful clubs in recent years, has a senior section that has more than 70 members playing in the club's 5 teams and it’s still growing.
The 1st XI won the Middlesex County League for 7 seasons in a row before handing the trophy over to a deserving Winchmore Hill side in 2012. In 2011 the side won the Barbados Cockspur National T/20 Cup. Ealing CC is extremely proud of its Colt’s section that is responsible for training and nurturing 80% of today’s 1st XI.
The seniors train on Tuesday and Thursday evenings during the season from 6pm onwards. Thursday is the dedicated 1st XI practice night where players can have a net on artificial or grass, bat against the bowling machine and work at their fielding skills under the supervision of Ealing's two professional coaches Chris Peploe and Leigh Parry. We have five lanes of nets at the club all set in beautiful surroundings, with the comfort of the clubhouse to retire to after training.
Ealing Colts is one of the best known junior sections in Middlesex and this has been recognised by the awarding of the Victor Ludorum Trophy for the best Colts Club in Middlesex in 2010, 2011 and again in 2012. The Colt’s section now has over 420 members including 85 girls.
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