2019 winners of the Surrey SlamSMCC Women formed in 2009 with just a few members and has grown to a successful team over the past 10 years. In 2019, we won the inaugural Surrey Slam T20 tournament, while also going undefeated in the league to top Division 2 and win promotion to Division 1.
We are always on the lookout for new players – whatever your experience (or not) of playing cricket we want to hear from you. We’re a friendly bunch of teens and women with a variety of ages, ability and cricketing experience. We playing competitively whilst still having fun. Anyone can join and train with us (school year 8+), so why not come along for a free session and check us out?
Surrey Slam T20 – Winners
Surrey Women’s Cricket League Div 2 – Winners with 100% wins; promoted to Div 1
Tour: 6-a-Side Festival in La Manga, Spain
Women’s Southern League Wostrack/Whitehorn Div 2 – Winners
Surrey Trust Women’s League – 2017 – Winners with 100% wins
Tour: SMCC Women’s tour of Trinidad and Tobago
Outdoor training runs throughout the summer season at the club ground on Thursdays 6.30-8.30pm and normally starts in late April.
Indoor training sessions in the spring are normally held on Sundays 4-6pm from early January to end of March. These are usually held in the sports hall at Alleyn’s School (click for location on Google Maps). The training consists of coached sessions and nets. Sessions in 2020 were £10 and for new players the first session is free.
We sometimes run overseas tours. In 2017, we toured Trinidad and Tobago and in 2019 we played in the 6th Ladies 6-A-Side Festival at La Manga Club Cricket Resort in Spain. Were it not for COVID-19, we would have gone to the La Manga festival again in 2020.
In 2019, we played in the Surrey Trust Women’s League – Div B (Sunday afternoons) and played Twenty20 in the Women’s Surrey Smash East as the Streatham & Marlborough Hawks (mid-week evenings).
Women’s 1st XI
Competing in the Surrey Trust League
Captain: Tanya Wanless
Women’s Twenty20 Team
Competing in Women’s Surrey Slam East
Captain: Izzy Marin-Curtoud
Membership & Fees
Due to losing a significant amount of the senior cricket season, seniors are now required to pay a minimum of 50% of the original 2020 summer membership fee.
We encourage you to pay this now. It must be paid before Monday 3 August to be eligible for selection beyond that date. As in other seasons: no pay, no play.
If anyone is willing and able to help the club by paying more than 50% the full annual fees or anywhere between 50-100%, that would be greatly appreciated.
Members who have paid the fee in full and wish to adjust that arrangement are encouraged to contact us.
The current guidance rules out any provision of teas. Therefore match fees in 2020 are now reduced to £8 for full fee paying members and £4 for concessions.
If you’re interested in joining or joining some training sessions as a taster, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, which in monitored by several members of the club’s Executive Committee in order to ensure that all enquires get a timely response.
Membership: £52.50 (normally £105)
Match fee: £8/match (normally £12)
Concession members (unemployed/low-waged/student/single parent/senior – see below for further details)
Membership: £35 (normally £70)
Match Fee: £4/match (normally £6)
£27.50 (normally £55)
Match Fee: £4/match (normally £6)
In accordance with ECB Clubmark guidelines, players under 18 should be registered by a parent as a junior player.
Parents of SMCC juniors
If you have a son or daughter enrolled in the junior section and would also like to play, we have a special rate for you to play up to 5 games per year in any of the men’s senior teams. You are also welcome to attend as many indoor nets sessions as you wish.
Membership: £17.50 (normally £35)
Match fees: see full / concessions rates above
Indoor nets: see full / concessions rates above
We also, of course, welcome parents as full senior members.
See our SMCC Juniors website for details of junior cricket.
For £17.50 (normally £35), you can be a social member, free to use the club facilities and qualify for discounted rates on hirings.
Concession membership details
Streatham & Marlborough are committed to providing cricket for all. Non / low income members requiring assistance should contact the appropriate membership committee. The club will review individual applications on a case by case basis. The following are entitled to claim the concession rate for membership. In order to qualify for the concession rate, members must provide evidence to this effect. This will, of course, be treated in confidence.
Category and detailed meaning
Unemployed = claiming benefit
Low-waged = your annual income is less than the London living wage (2018 = £19,890 per annum)
Student = in full-time education
Single parent = person is sole carer for a child/children
Senior = over 65
Those paying or applying to pay concession rates should notify the membership committee (email@example.com) as to the reason for their concession. This will be reviewed and agreed where appropriate. This applies to existing members and new members alike.
How to pay
The easiest way to pay women’s membership is bank transfer.
Please use a reference which includes your name and ‘Subs’.
Streatham & Marlborough Cricket Club
Sort code: 20-80-57
Account number: 80617997