Fáilte CARLOW CRICKET CLUB A club with over one hundred and eighty years of history CARLOW COLLEGE, ST. PATRICK'S The beautiful home-ground to Carlow Cricket Club A CLUB REVIVED BY THE ROHINGYA COMMUNITY Providing a sense of belongingness and inclusion A CLUB FOR BOYS AND GIRLS SIGN UP FOR MEMBERSHIP A CLUB FOR PRESENT AND FUTURE Laying foundation for sportmanship A CLUB LINKED GENERATIONS Youngster carrying on legacy of their forefathers

There is an incredibly rich history of cricket in the county of Carlow dating back nearly two centuries. The first recorded game of County Carlow Cricket Club was played at Avondale in 1823. According to Dublin histories, 1831 is the founding date of County Carlow Cricket Club. It was defunct in 1982 and re-establised in 2011 making through steady growth. 

1823

First Recorded game of County Carlow Cricket Club at Avondale

1839

Horace Rochfort and other Carlow players in Phoenix side which plays first international game in Liverpool

1865

Carlow College Cricket Club established and defeat County

1982

County Carlow Cricket Club closed down its door

2011

The resettled Rohingya refugees from Burma re-established Carlow Cricket Club

'Ladies Cricket in Carlow'

There is some evidence to suggest that ladies cricket has been played in Carlow for more than a century. We know definitely that ladies cricket was played in the 1930’s but it was not until comparatively recently that a ladies club side was established and the first formal game played. In both Bagenalstown and Carlow the ladies have been interested spectators, scorers and loyal supporters, so they decided to play as well!

Our Home Ground

Cricket returns to Carlow College, St. Patrick’s which is now home to the club. Both the college and the club signed agreement welcoming cricket to the beautiful ground at the college.

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