Welcome to Outcasts Cricket Club
Defeat for Outcasts at Rostherne and at home to Rammy Dads. Match reports available.
Outcasts succumb to the demon spin of Reynolds at Ashley - Match report and score sheet available.
Outcasts fail again to score enough runs, this time at Lymm but a spirited bowling performance made a game of it. Details are available.
Two familiar faces have been spotted in the May edition of 'Cumbria Life' - Can you guess who? - email Allrounder!
Full marks to Ron for spotting an error on the Vikings score sheet - It's now been corrected !
Vikings Pillage Outcasts in the seasons opener, but there was some spirited Outcasts performances. Report and Score Sheet available.
The full Fixture list as of 28th April is available on the Season 2017 Page.
Minutes of meetings are available on the Season 2017 AGM Page.
The Final Averages for last season (2016) have now been updated - these can be found on the Season 2016 Averages Page
A new page is now available after trawling through our records and archives - enjoy ! Career Fielding.
The Club Records, Career Batting and Bowling Statistics have now been completed - these can be found on the Career Batting Page and Career Bowling Page
The end of season awards night - The Silver Boot Evening was a great success. Congratulations go to Scott Broadhurst for the Champagne Moment, Chris Trusedale for the Golden Duck Award, and the prestigoius Silver Boot was jointly voted to Chris Truesdale and Jeff Stanton. All the details appear on the Silver Boot page.
The photo below is believed to be the GMC Planners 11th September 1985 against NWRHA - The final match for GMC Planners before their rebirth as Outcsats C.C.
Outcasts play home matches at the well appointed Winton Cricket Club.
For details of the ground directions and a Map of Winton C.C. Click to view the map
Who are Outcasts ??
Outcasts Cricket Club originates from the early 1970s with a group of enthusiastic cricket-minded colleagues of the former Greater Manchester County Council Planning Department.
Following the abolition of the County Council this social group were distributed far and wide across Greater Manchester primarily, but stuck together in solidarity and defiance of the Thatcher mechanics of destruction to maintain its cricketing roots.
The emphasis of the cricket is purely for an enjoyable social evening, but there is always the element of competition and a desire to perform well and competitively.