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Selsey Cricket & Social Club
Welcome to Selsey Cricket Club
Selsey Cricket Club was founded in 1834 and is one of England's oldest cricket clubs.
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General Enquiries
Fixtures Enquiries
 We are a Friendly, but competitive Clubmark Club, running a men's League side, 1 Ladies Friendly side and Sunday and Midweek Friendly sides
We also run several Junior sides.

We are looking for players and all abilities from Juniors up.

Whatever your age or ability, we can find a place for you, at your level.

We a very friendly and inviting club , with outdoor nets, clubhouse with bar.

If you are interested in playing for us, please email us on

New members are very welcome, both playing at Social, Seniors and Juniors please contact  for more information.

Our main webpage can be found at

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Cricket had been played in Selsey before the clubs foundation and a famous incident occurred in 1647, when a fielder called Henry Brand died, after being struck on the head by a batsman trying to hit the ball a second time to avoid being out.

One of the clubs most famous members was the late B.B.C. astronomer Sir Patrick Moore, C.B.E. Sir Patrick was a former Club Secretary, and an active playing member, and was an Honorary Life Vice President. 

A former President of Selsey Cricket Club was Hubert Doggart, O.B.E., MA. He was the son of the sportsman Graham Doggart who rose to chair the Football Association.

Doggart represented England in two Test matches in 1950. He was President of the MCC (1981–1982), the Cricket Council (1981–1982) and the Cricket Society (1983–1998), and he chaired the Friends of Arundel Castle Cricket Club (1993–2003). In the 1970s he played occasionally for Selsey CC.

The Pavilion has now been renamed the Sir Patrick Moore Pavilion