Barrow Gurney Cricket Club enjoys a beautiful setting, lying in the heart of the North Somerset countryside. Founded in 1874, the club aims to play competitive adult cricket at the highest level we can achieve whilst honouring our core value of being a family oriented, sociable, and friendly club.

We currently have a 1st XI which plays in the Bristol & District Division 4, a 2nd XI in Division 9 West and a Midweek XI, playing in the Bristol Midweek League, we also play some friendly social T20s and an annual game against the “Legends” (former Barrow players). 

New players are always welcome. Barrow Gurney prides itself on developing all players and, in particular, we have a number of girl and women cricketers, two of whom have gone on to represent Somerset at county age group cricket and one who has represented the county in the County Championship. In 2018 we opened a female changing room in recognition of the part that women cricketers play in all our teams. Training for adults takes place at the ground 6pm to 8.30pm on Tuesday evenings in the summer.

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We have some goals:

  • Promotion to Division 3 within 5 years for the First XI.
  • Promotion to Division 8 within 3 years for the Second XI.
  • To be competitive at T20 cricket in the League and Cups
  • A playing squad of 40 players minimum, none of whom are paid for playing matches.
  • Re-launch our junior section within 5 years..
  • A high level of coaching/practicing, provided by suitably qualified coaches with club players encouraged to take up coaching qualifications.
  • All players to be encouraged to practice as part of selection criteria
  • Develop the ground for players and spectators.
  • Develop and improve the pavilion and bar.
  • To increase sponsorship and the welcome we provide to local businesses.
  • To hold regular social functions both in and out of season
  • To foster greater player involvement in the day to day running of the club
  • To encourage greater village involvement in the club and attract new members from the development taking place in Barrow Gurney.
  • To remain financially sound with adequate reserves