The Society's 2023 National Cricket Awards
The Society held its annual award ceremony at The Oval in October 2023, with the Ian Jackson Award for services to cricket received by Cindy Butts and Brendan Barber of the ICEC (pictured above) for their landmark report into the history and current structure of the English game. Go to our awards page for further details of 2023 award-winners.
Supplement to Early Club & Village Cricket by John Goulstone
The Cricket Society is honoured to be publishing John Goulstone's Supplement to Early Club & Village Cricket.
Go to our Publications page for further details and how to order your copy.
The Howard Milton Award for Cricket Scholarship
Distinguished historian of cricket Clem Seecharan has today been announced as the winner of the 2023 Howard Milton Award for Cricket Scholarship.
Go to our News page for details of Clem's award.
The Cricket Society/MCC Book of the Year Award
An Island’s Eleven, The Story of Sri Lankan Cricket by Nicholas Brookes has won The Cricket Society and MCC Book of the Year Award for 2023.
Go to our News page for details of this year's event.
The Cricket Society On Tour
We are in discussion with Grahame Clinton's company about a tour to the World Cup in India in October/ November 2023.
Go to our News page for more details.
A flavour of the Society's publications
Members of the Society receive two issues of our Journal per annum PLUS digital access to the Bulletin with lively columns and letters on the latest events and controversies.
Non-members can get a flavour of the Society's output, including cricket journalist Raf Nicholson on the Women's World Cup and Johnny Briggs on the history of Wisden and Playfair, by going to our open access page.
The Cricket Society was founded in 1945 and celebrated its 75th anniversary in 2020....
The Cricket Society is a national organisation with Members across the UK and beyond. It has branches based in London, Bath, Birmingham and Durham. It supports young cricketers, makes annual awards, holds regular meetings, publishes an acclaimed Journal and Bulletin and has its own cricket team.