Vacancy: Club Head Coach

Maldon Cricket Club is one of Essex’s leading cricket clubs based at Drapers Farm. We are proud to be the home club of Sir Alastair Cook and maintain strong links with Sir Alastair to the present day. The Club currently runs four Senior Men’s teams at weekends, a Ladies Team and a vibrant Junior Section.Continue reading “Vacancy: Club Head Coach”

U16s Bow Out In Semi-Final

  Match report. Sunday 21/08/22. 12:30pm. Trevor Bailey Match play Knock Out Rounds 2022- (Semi Final) at Drapers. Sunday saw our Under 16 side take on Shenfield in the Semi-final of the Under 16 Cup at Drapers. Confidence was high following a tight victory over Brentwood in the Quarter Final. Maldon fielded a full strengthContinue reading “U16s Bow Out In Semi-Final”

RUFR 2022

Our tenth anniversary Rock Up For Randall is fast approaching (Sunday 28th August 2022) and there will be a different feel to this year’s event as Neil is working extremely hard to create a different vibe this year and to attract some different people. The morning remains the same with a kwik cricket festival for theContinue reading “RUFR 2022”

First XI Victory!

Maldon visited Gandish Road, the home of East Bergholt determined to end a run of 12 successive defeats in Division 1. Captain Toby Pugh won the toss, and on a good looking batting surface decided to bat first. The visitors lost a wicket in the third over as Martyn Coker was caught behind by DanielContinue reading “First XI Victory!”

1s Beaten Despite Resilient Coker

Round 16 of the Two Counties season saw Maldon host Hadleigh at Drapers Farm. The Dons were in much need of a win after a disappointing and frustrating season so far. Hadleigh on the other hand sat 3rd in the Division 1 table, boasting one of the most powerful batting line ups in the league.Continue reading “1s Beaten Despite Resilient Coker”

Worlington Take Advantage

Maldon travelled to Worlington in what felt like a must win game going into it. The visitors welcomed back all-rounder Ian Elliott, who had missed the defeat to Halstead the previous week. On a parched looking venue, it was the hosts who won the toss and chose to bat. The Maldon opening bowlers soon madeContinue reading “Worlington Take Advantage”

Narrow Defeat for the u12s

Maldon cricket club under 12s pushed Brentwood to the limit in the quarter final of the Brian Taylor Trophy in sweltering heat on Sunday at Drapers. Skipper Tom Doherty won the toss and elected to bowl first. The decision looked to have backfired as Maldon struggled in the heat, the Brentwood openers making good progressContinue reading “Narrow Defeat for the u12s”

1s Beaten By 10 Wickets

Maldon hosted league leaders Halstead, hoping for a win to kick start their campaign. Captain Toby Pugh won the toss, and on a glorious Saturday afternoon, chose to bat on a pitch that has already been used. Halstead struck with the 5th ball of the match, as Harry Grant was caught spectacularly by wicket keeperContinue reading “1s Beaten By 10 Wickets”