New Longton Cricket Club

New Longton


Founded: 1920
Joined Competition: Joined League 2002
President: Dave Johnson
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Taken from the 2002 Centenary Brochure

For 46 years following its foundation in 1921 the club played regular fixtures against other villages and sports associations who were similarly affiliated to a local cricket league.

In 1967 New Longton joined the Chorley & District League with teams in each of its 2 divisions. During the past 34 seasons we have enjoyed considerable success in gaining team trophies and individual awards. In 2000 New Longton bowlers won the bowling prize in first, second and Sunday teams and in 2001 our second team won the Nightingale Trophy.

Our junior section has produced some excellent young cricketers much to the benefit of the senior section.



Trophy Name Awarded For Won in
Deveney Cup Division One (B) Runner Up 2007
William Sharples Cup Division Two (C) Runner Up 2002, 2016
Langton Birley Cup Division Three (D) Runner Up  2012
Tom Croft Trophy Division Four (E) Winner 2007
Derek Blease Trophy Division Six Runner Up  2013
  Division Six South Runner Up 2017
Moore & Smalley Trophy Sunday Division (F) Winnersun 2019
Taylor Trophy Sunday Division (F) Runner Upsun 2007, 2017
  Under 11s Plate Runner Up  2012
Jim Gledhill Trophy Under 15s Runner Up 2009
Trevor Wilde Trophy Under 15s Plate Runner Up 2010
  Under 17s Plate Winners 2012

Key to notes
sun - The Sunday Competition has had various formats. 1996-2005 - Divison F, 2006-2007 - Two Sections, 2008 Decided by Playoff, 2009- Two Divisions
jw - Joint Winner



New Longton Cricket Club
Chapel Lane
New Longton

Tel. 01772-617823

3rd XI
Tarleton CC, Carr Lane, Tarleton, PR4 6BU

4th XI
Hutton Grammar School, Liverpool Road, Hutton, PR4 5SN



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