Frocester Cricket Supporters Club

Club Open Day – Sunday July 8th

 

A fun filled day is promised for all the family with the following activities:

9.30am -12.30pm – Womens Soft Ball Tournament

1.00pm – 2.00pm – Youth and All Stars Kwik Cricket or nets

2.30pm – 3.00pm – Youth presentations

3.30pm – 6.00pmChairman’s XI v Secretary’s XI T20 cricket match
A game for all club players who mainly play at St Peters Field. (Please inform Evo or Pecker if you wish to play).

There will be a BBQ (one free burger for youth players) and music all day

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Help is required from anyone willing to offer please. Help will be needed with the bar, bbq and music, thanks in advance.


Beer Festival Glasses

You can also order these glasses with Kate from behind the bar at Frocester Cricket Club this coming Saturday (16th) and the following Saturday (23rd), from 6.00pm.


Senior Cricket

These are taken from the full fixture list on the Frocester play_cricket web site.

Saturday 2nd June:
1st XI v Bath (Home)
2nd XI v Gloucester City Winget (Away)
3rd XI v Frampton (Home)
4th XI v Tormarton (Away)


St Peters Field

Looking her best in glorious sunshine.

  


Frocester Beer Festival

 

The Frocester Beer Festival is always a highlight of any year and 2018 will be no exception, only this year it will be better than ever. For details on how and where to purchase tickets plus the option to order a 2018 glass tankard check out the brand new website by clicking this link: Frocester beer festival

All the usual stuff including great food options and a great line up of bands both on the main stage and in the chill out zone. With no Stroud Fringe this year tickets are expected to sell out quickly so go to the website and secure yours sooner rather than later.

For more pictures from 2017 please click here.


Grand Autumn Ball

Saturday 22nd September  

Drinks, live music (Tommy & the Fuse), great food and a professional photographer to capture your best side.

Tables will be from 8 to 14 places. If you want a table please email Richard Tuck on: richtuck77@gmail.com
This will sell out quickly so please don’t delay in booking your table/places.

3 course meal and live music all at £60.00 per head.


Exciting forthcoming events for 2018

The 39th Frocester beer Festival will be held on Friday 24th August and Saturday 25th August. Check out the brand new Frocester Beer festival web site for all the details.

Looking even further ahead – Saturday 22nd September  – A Grand Autumn Ball. Conkers! I hear you shout but no it is true. Start saving your pennies folks for what will be a must attend event.
Tables will be from 8 to 14 places. If you want a table please email Richard Tuck on: richtuck77@gmail.com
This will sell out so please don’t delay in booking your table/places.

The one you have all been waiting or…..Frog Racing will hit ‘Fros Vegas’ on 10th November. This could spawn a lot of jokes so I have kept the details brief at the moment. And no, there will not be any tadpole dancing in case you were wondering. Or Frogs Legs on the menu, well not before the racing anyway.


Pavilion 

Click here to go straight to the pavilion project page where there is a record of all the building work carried out.

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


Information:

It is intended to utilise this, The Red Picket Fence web site (with the web address of www.frocestercc.com) 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 Frocester Cricket Club Play Cricket web site can be reached by  clicking this link  and you will be directed there. This site will update you on all things cricket, fixtures, results, stats, facts and information plus the all important calendar. 


Frocester wide angle

above: The old ‘Shack’