What are the commitments?

As well as matches, there are two training sessions. Friday is club night. The focus is on fun for the kids and a sociable evening for parents, with a BBQ and clubhouse bar. The u10s training is 6-7pm. We strongly encourage parents to come along, have a burger and meet other parents. Nets training is Sunday mornings: 9.30-10.30 for school year 4s and 10.30-12 for school year 5s. We have our professional coach Garfield there. Nothing is compulsory. If your child wants to really improve their skills under Garfield’s expert coaching, Sunday mornings is the best opportunity to do it.

What league do we play in?

Middlesex Colts Association, East Division

What are the rules?

You can fine the rules here.

Where can I find the fixtures?


How are teams selected?

If we have more than 10 available, selection is by a mixture of ability/form and ensuring all kids get opportunities to play a good number of matches.

How do I know where to go for matches?

If we are playing away Jonathan will post the details on the u10 WhatsApp list. The addresses of all our opponents are also available here.

What kit do I need?

bat, leg-pads, gloves, helmet, for boys a box; some kids also like to have hip pads as well

I would like to help my child learn cricket skills but I don’t know anything about it myself.

There are useful cricket tutorials on YouTube - search for Ben Williams + cricket

Where do I find the club’s policies?

We have a number of policies including Safeguarding PolicyColts Code of Conduct, - Members and Guests Code of Conduct, - Policy on  the use of Photography, - Policy on the use of Social Media, - Club Inclusion and Diversity Policy, - Club Policy on Transport to Matches & Training, Anti-bullying Policy.  All policies can be found on the Hornsey CC website: 


If I have a concern, who should I ask?

The team managers and contact details are here.

The club’s Welfare Officers are here.