On this page we'll add links to other websites of relevance to the Bassetlaw & District Cricket League.

The Bassetlaw & District Cricket League Play-Cricket website

On this site you'll find the full scorecards for all matches played in the Bassetlaw & District Cricket League and cup competitions. You can also look at league tables, fixtures and the latest averages.

NOTE - the league tables on the Play-Cricket website are dependent on results being entered by individual clubs and, as such, are unofficial. The official league tables are published on this website after every round of games.

The Nottinghamshire Cricket Board is the governing body of recreational cricket within the county and strives to promote and support cricket at all levels in partnership with Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club, the Trent Bridge Community Sports Trust, our local clubs, all professional and recreational cricketing bodies and local councils and organisations. Their website at contains a host of information about all types of cricket in Nottinghamshire along with the latest news and results.

The Institute of Groundsmanship have a website at

Whether you're a full-time or part-time groundsman you can learn all about the benefits of membership, e.g. 50% discount on all IOG training courses, telephone help lines, technical reference, and a host of other additional benefits.

And, thanks to the remarkable group of people who give up their time to run them, read all about the Junior Leagues at

The Bassetlaw & District Umpires have a website here.

For those of you not already aware, there is news and on-line debate about all things to do with Cricket at the "follow on" site at Often funny, sometimes contraversial, but always lively!

The ECB website contains lots of news and information from all levels of cricket, International, National and Recreational. Updated daily.

There is information regarding Safeguarding and Child Welfare here.

The Forty Club - sometimes known as the XL Club - would like to expand their membership with players who currently play in teams within the Bassetlaw Cricket League. Open to players aged 40 or over, the club aims to demonstrate the traditions of the game that we all love so dearly. Playing competitively, but with the right spirit, in the hope that their enthusiasm and example will make an impression on the teams they play. They play over 220 friendly matches a season, mainly against school and youth sides the length and breadth of the country including good quality schools in our area, e.g. WorksopCollege, NottinghamHigh School, ReptonCollege (new in 2011), Oakham as well as the Bassetlaw under 17s side, this year played at Edwinstowe CC.

They have a national website at and a regional website on play-cricket at where you can see what they are, what they do, and how to join.

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