A charitable incorporated organisation whose objects and purposes are to enable More People to play cricket in More Places, providing More Cricket in Berkshire.  We want cricket to be available for all communities so that every resident of Berkshire – no matter their age, background or ability may enjoy the benefits of one of our oldest games.  With more people playing, we will ensure the continued success of our first teams who serve as an inspiration to those starting out their playing careers.

We are only able to do all the good work we do through the help and support of residents and businesses in Berkshire. You can get involved by becoming a Friend and sponsor. Contact our CEO Mark Roche if you would like to be part of our journey to create more cricket in Berkshire.



Help us with our ambitious plan to get more people in Berkshire on more programmes and in more places than ever before. This ambition is to recruit 10,000 people to support cricket in the county with a very small contribution to our funding by becoming a Friend of Berkshire Cricket.


Shoaib Bashir Makes England Debut

Everyone at Berkshire Cricket would like to wish Shoaib Bashir all the best ahead of his England Test Match debut against India.

MCC Foundation National Hub Finals

MCC Foundation Hub Programme 2024

We are pleased to announce the full details of our MCC Foundation Hub programme for 2024! As usual, you need to attend a state school and not be part of a full county squad, in order to be eligible to take part.

All programmes will involve 15 hours of indoor training, preceded by a trial, between January and April. There will also be a matchplay programme in the summer, including entry into the MCC Foundation’s National Hub competition for all U16 groups. Of course our Reading Hub managed to win this competition this year, in a very memorable day at Lord’s.



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A Fond Farewell01Mar
A Fond Farewell
Today (Friday March 1st) marks Adam Davidson’s last day with Berkshire Cricket as he moves on to start a new role with the MCC Foundation. Adam has been with Berkshire Cricket since 2017 when he joined the team as the counties first Growth Manager and over the last 7 years has been a familiar face...
Berkshire Cricket’s Chance to Win £1,00001Mar
Berkshire Cricket’s Chance to Win £1,000
Berkshire Cricket’s chance to win £1,000 Berkshire Cricket is calling for nominations to win a £1,000 Movement for Good Award from Benefact Group. Berkshire Cricket is encouraging people to nominate them for a chance to win £1,000 as part of Benefact Group’s annual Movement for Good Awards, which is giving over £1million away to charities and...
Street Cricket Competitions16Feb
Street Cricket Competitions
Valentine’s Day 2024 saw the latest of our Berkshire Street competitions. Once again teams from across our Chance to Shine Street projects in Slough, Maidenhead and Reading gathered at Herschel to compete in quickfire tapeball matches. At U15 level, it was once again Chalvey who ran out winners, pushed all the way by Langley. In...

Berkshire Cricket Foundation | Charity Number: 1165948 | Registered address: The Cricket Pavilion, Enborne Street, Newbury, Berkshire, RG14 6TW | Email: foundation@berkshirecricketfoundation.org