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Founded in 1856 Enfield is one of the oldest cricket clubs in England's south-east. It was one of the founder members of the Middlesex County Cricket League and has a fine history.
Enfield currently runs three Saturday League and two Sunday teams with the aim to provide recreational cricket that is both fun and highly competitive. Indeed, in 2003 an inaugural Ladbrokes Fair Play Award was awarded to the First Eleven for its sportsmanship in its League matches - an award that was subsequently retained in 2004.
Recent achievements include reaching the semi-finals of the Evening Standard Challenge Trophy in 2003, Middlesex County Cricket League Div 3 Champions in 2002 and, of course, the Fair Play Awards. The club First XI play in Division 2 of the premier cricket league in the county of Middlesex, the Middlesex County Cricket League.
Other honours have included Middlesex County League titles, Middlesex County Cups and the prestigious National Club Cricket Knock-Out Cup in 1988 where a strong Wolverhampton side were defeated by 9 wickets at Edgbaston.
Anyone interested in playing for the club is very welcome to e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
UPCOMING EVENTS - see latest news section for further details
21 June - T20 vs Enfield Grammar School (5.30pm)
28 June - Quiz Night
29 June - Presidents Day
30 June - Middlesex Cup vs Winchmore Hill (away)
12 July - Race Night
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