Welcome to Preston Nomads Cricket Club
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.
PNCC was a founder member of the Sussex Cricket League in 1971, our 1st XI winning the Championship in the League’s inaugural year, again in 1982, 1988, 2006, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2012, 2013 and 2021 – a record 10 times!
The Club is proud of its vibrant junior section, with its ECB qualified coaches running a full programme of training and matches, both in the summer and winter, for more than 180 boys and girls from the age of 6 to 18 years.
Won 7 lost 1. Solid performances from the core team and it was good to include some of the younger boys; Hafi, William D, Ted H and last minute injury saviour Cass Crawford. All of who performed well which is good to see as we are likely to need support from the younger boys this ...
The U13s indoor team gave it their all but unfortunately fell just short of victory in the winter indoor league finals on Sunday. Despite their best efforts, they were sadly beaten by a very strong Felbridge and Sunnyside team.
Lets Build for the future.Preston Nomads Cricket Club want to recruit new members for the 2023 season and beyond. Our Club have a rich history in Sussex sport both on and off the field. Our 1st Team were Sussex Premier Champions in 2021 and Sussex T20 Trophy winners in 2022. All four of our Senior ...
Hayward and Green is partnering with Preston Nomads CC to raise money for our adopted Charity for 2022, Lymphoma Action. Simon Green, brother of ex Captain Jeremy, has been receiving chemotherapy for this disease, which is the UK’s 5th most common cancer.
Hayward and Green, 50 Years’ Service to Aviation, will be sponsoring all Match Teas for the 2022 season at Preston Nomads CC. After uncertainty surrounding this lost tradition, we are very proud to be able to reinstate a popular and enjoyable aspect of the game, which is a rich part of our history here at the SCMG. All Nomad players will be asked to donate £2 per game to the Charity and the away teams will be kindly asked to dig deep as well.