Hawarden Park Cricket Club
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Hawarden Park Cricket Club
(01244) 520956
Hawarden Park Cricket Club was established in 1866 at its present location within the private grounds of the Gladstone Estate in the village of Hawarden, Flintshire, in North Wales. With a backdrop of the ruins of the 11th Century Castle, landscaped gardens leading down to the present Hawarden Castle, home of the former Prime Minister Sir W. Gladstone, and is surrounded by fields and woodland it has been acknowledged by Wisden as being in the top six most attractive grounds in the Great Britain. It is a friendly, welcoming club that encourages new members. The Club has maintained its ECB's Clubmark Accreditation for the third year running, by demonstrating that best practices are in-place to develop and deliver high quality community cricket in safe, effective and child-friendly way.....more
Hawarden Park 2nd XI 2009, back row left to right: Phil Young, Tom Norris, Mike Salisbury, Matt Roberts, Ian Martin, Rana Dey, Front Row left to right: Jeff Henshaw, Neil Green, Stuart Green (Captain) Mike Rapson, Andy Griffin

2010 3rd xi Sunday Plate Winners, back row left to right: James Breen, Ollie Sanderson, Matty Beech, Joe Forde, Rich Penney, Dean Jones, Matty Williams, front row: Anthony Owens, Thomas Whitney, Carl Whitney, Phil Owens

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