Frocester Cricket Supporters Club

……more than just cricket.

The Red Picket Fence encompasses a family of many things connected to Frocester Cricket Club.  The fence symbolises a paddock within whose boundaries are other numerous activities linked to the parent club and whose core aim is the support of Frocester Cricket Club.
To view all cricket fixtures, results, tables, reports and relevant cricket data then please click here to be taken directly to the Frocester CC Play Cricket web site.

Depending on what device you are viewing this site you will either have a full menu showing or a drop down menu above with options to direct you to other pages.

 Next up……

 Saturday 30th July:

1st XI v Bristol – home
2nd XI v Tewkesbury – away
3rd XI v Stone – home
4th XI v Minchinhampton – away
5th XI v Charfield – home

 Sunday 31st July:

1st XI v Cheltenham – home, county cup – Please note that this date is still to be confirmed!

5th XI v Frampton – home (league fixture) – depending on the above it could be at Pounds Close or St Peters Field.

Looking even further ahead:

Sunday 7th August is the date for the area finals of the NatWest Club T20.
As winners of the West of England group stage Frocester will travel to Newport, South Wales to play their counterpart winners of the South Wales Cricket League, the Devon Cricket League and the Cornwall Cricket League. Further details to be released when available.

For all fixtures, senior and youth please go to Frocester CC’s  Play Cricket site by following the link above.

North Stars

Wednesday 17th August we will host the first game of the 2016 UK tour of our very good friends from North Stars Cultural and Social Club, Barbados.
If you would like to PLAY in this fixture please let me know as soon as possible. Via email at or simply see me at the club.

Naturally everyone is welcome to attend the afternoon and/or evening. There will be food available after the match and some form of entertainment is being considered but not yet confirmed. This year the fixture will not clash with any beer festival preparations so the game will be played at Pounds Close.

Any offers of help and suggestions on welcoming our good friends to Frocester will be gratefully received, again please let me know.

Picture of the Week

Congratulations to the Midweek XI who last evening, Friday 15th July, won the ‘Frocester Fayre’ seniors knockout out cup with victory over  Cam CC. The final was played at Kings Stanley Sports Club.
It is worth mentioning that every one of these boys came through the Frocester CC Youth Coaching set up.

Reg and DaughterMille and HannahGirls 2

More pictures and a report from the now infamous Karaoke & Cocktails night can be found by following the link in the drop down menu at the top of the page.

Frocester Beer Festival

Tickets are on Sale! Click here to go straight to the official Frocester Beer Festival web site where you can order tickets online. It is going to be very popular again judging by the amount of tickets sold on day one of release. Please note there is an earlier start time time on the Friday with the gates opening at 2.00pm. The dates are Friday 26th and Saturday 27th August.

Frocester United FC


Go to the drop down menu above and select Frocester United for some further pictures taken at the presentation evening.

Last one out……. please don’t bother locking up!
Fros Vegas

With mixed emotions, Saturday 3rd September will be a very special day in the recent history of Frocester Cricket Club. This is the last opening day of the existing clubhouse and bar as it will be demolished to make way for the construction of a brand new pavilion. Plans are afoot to mark this occasion in a very special way. Please keep checking back as details are unveiled over the coming months.  

Old Photographs

To commemorate the ‘out with the old and in with the new’ pavilion, the social committee are going to arrange a photo album type book to capture the special moments enjoyed over the years at the place lovingly known as ‘The Shack’ .

This is where you can all make a valuable contribution, apart from buying the publication later of course but in supplying the actual material to include within the pages of what promises to be a unique and lovely reference work of the Pounds Close pavilion over the years.

If you have any photographs of events both on and off the field, in or out of the pavilion then please let us borrow them to include in this publication.

The coordinator of this project is Wendy Hawkins, so please contact Wendy to pass on your pictures.

Is this where the party’s at?

April 22nd, 2017 – This is the date planned for a Grand Ball to commemorate the opening of our new pavilion. Although this event is still in the early stages of planning every effort will be made to make this an evening to remember. Please write this in your diary for next year.  We are hoping for many past and current players to attend, a professional photographer, special guests plus great food and entertainment.
Update: Music has been booked and appears in the shape of local legend Tommy and The Fuse. Confirmed also is a professional photographer for the night. 

Old pavilion, old alley, old fools.


Wednesday 20th April 2016 saw the last skittles match played in the current pavilion and on the old alley.  Fittingly it was between the two club sides ‘The Spinners’ and ‘The Cricketers’. Please click on the ‘skittles’ header in the above menu for a selection of photographs taken on the night.

Membership update

Social membership of the club runs from 1st April until the 31st March the following year. Membership remains at £10.00 per person. It is important that you sign up as quickly as possible to receive your membership card. Forms have been emailed out to most but those of you that have not received said form please ask at the bar. One of the benefits of doing so will enable you to receive important updates via email and it allows us to be more professional in our dealings and record keeping, which is an official requirement for us as a social club. Playing membership is dealt with separately and most, if not all players are officially registered, if you think you are not then please contact your relevant captain.


It is intended to utilise this, The Red Picket Fence web site (with the web address of as the official page of  the Frocester Cricket Supporters Club.

The main aim of this site will be to keep you informed of all the supporters club activities, functions, news and events etc. It will develop as it goes along and your opinions and thoughts are most appreciated on how this grows.

The main Frocester Cricket Club web site will remain on Play Cricket and by * clicking this link  you will be directed there. The main site will still update you on all things cricket, fixtures, results, stats, facts and information. There are plans for further development of this Play Cricket site.

Frocester wide angle