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Preston Nomads Cricket Club was a founder member of the Sussex Cricket League in 1971, the 1st XI winning the Championship in the League's inaugural year, again in 1982, 1988, 2006, 2008, 2009, 2010 and also in 2012 and 2013 – a record 9 times!

In addition, the 1st XI has won the League Cup in 2005, 2008, 2009 and 2011.

The 2nd XI was champions of its League in 1977, 1997 and 2005 and won the Sussex League Cup in 2007.

The Club 3rd XI won the Sussex League title in 1981 and 1986, prior to the disbandment of that Division. The 3rd XI now plays in the HJ Stoner Mid Sussex League Division 2 and was Champions in 1997 and 2005.

Our 4th XI was founded in 2005 and won the Sally Miller Trophy in their first year, and again in 2010 and 2014. It also plays in the HJ Stoner Mid Sussex League Division 3.

The Club is particularly proud of its vibrant Colts Section, which boasts over 170 boys and girls from the age of 6 to 16 years.

The Club was founded in Brighton, in 1927 by our late President, Spen Cama, and moved to its present ground just to the north of Brighton, in 1937. The ground is one of the most picturesque in the country, enjoying spectacular views of the famous Devils Dyke and the South Downs.

Most of the players live in the Brighton and Hove area and we enjoy close cooperation with the Sussex County Cricket Club and the Sussex Cricket Board.

Playing Opportunities

Preston Nomads Cricket Club runs 4 men's Saturday League teams and 1 on Sundays.The 1st XI plays in the Premier Division of the Sussex Premier Cricket League, with the 2nd XI playing in the League's 2nd XI 1st Division. The 3rd XI plays in the H.J.Stoner Mid Sussex League Division 2, with the 4th XI playing in Division 3.The Club is always keen to extend a warm welcome to new players, who can be sure of excellent Club facilities, extensive practice arrangements and a playing strength with a fine sporting tradition. Every year we sponsor an overseas player who provides coaching within the Club, under the direction of Kashif Ibrahim, our Director of Cricket & Coaching.Anyone interested in playing for the Club is encouraged to contact Kashif on 07855 417574, giving brief details of your playing experience and abilities.


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League Starts on Saturday
2016-04-30 23:19:25


Our all important League Programme starts on Saturday for our four adult teams.  We shall bring you a preview of the action later in the week.






Jeremy takes his side to Bexley CC
2016-04-21 23:02:13
The ECB National Cup takes some winning.  But perhaps one of the hardest things to achieve is getting through the first round!

Nomads kick off their competitive 2016 season with the traditional ECB curtain raiser against Bexley CC on Sunday (1pm start).  Set against the back drop of rusty cricket skills and that early season chill factor it will be a pretty tough day for all 22 players.  However the reward for the winners is knowing that your ECB campaign is up and running.   Jeremy's team have done very well in the last three years beating Bickley Park in 2013, Bexley at home in 2014 and Tunbridge Wells last season.

Bexley cc play their home matches at Manor Way which looks to be an imposing ground to visit.  The club are a powerhouse of Kent club cricket boasting 6 Saturday league teams.   They won 11 league games in 2015 but were very disappointing in this going out to Brighton and Hove in the 2nd round. Chris (nugget) Grammer scoring a neat 40 that day.  It's impossible for me to give any indication as to current form or who might play. I will say that Bexley cc will be looking to progress so that marks them out as a real handful!

Having spoken with Jeremy this evening he said ' we have had a very good preseason especially with out tour to Caribbean. Availability for this game has been good so we travel in confident mood with an excellent team. Obviously we do not know much about these guys but that adds to the excitement of the 1st round.  Hopefully we can put together a solid team performance!'

Sunday really does reflect an exciting start to the season and we will bring the action via twitter through the day. If your not going please stay tuned.  If you are the postcode is DA5 3QG and we will see you there.

I am sure the club will join me in wishing Jeremy and his team all the luck in Kent. Lets hope its the start of something very special.

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