Welcome

Worplesdon & Burpham CC was established in 1999 following the merger of Worplesdon CC and Burpham CC. We have two teams playing on Saturday in the Fullers Brewery Surrey County League and one team on Sunday playing in The Village League. The 1st XI is looking forward to challenging for promotion this year with some quality players already on board and are keen to add a few more faces before the winter is out.

The 2nd XI had a very solid 2015 with a number of promising colts integrating in the side and putting in top performances.

Any prospective players both junior or senior should contact the club via the form on the right hand side or by emailing This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Trusted Partners

Trusted Partners are a way for our members and friends of the club to benefit from the services of businesses that we know and trust, whilst also directly helping the club’s much needed fundraising activities.

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Latest News
29/05/2016
wbcc-1sts-and-2nds-go-top-of-the-leagueLast week saw the 1sts play home to a newly relegated Caterham side. On what was expected to be a wet day the toss was going to be important, in a game that could be vital at the end of the season as Caterham look to bounce straight back and earn promotion. Caterham won the toss, and put WBCC straight into bat, hoping to make use of the wet conditions and benefit from any Duckworth Lewis...
24/05/2016
trusted-partners  Trusted Partners      Worplesdon and Burpham Cricket Club are very pleased to announce a new fundraising initiative. Trusted Partners is a way for our members and friends of the club to benefit from the services of businesses that we know and trust, whilst also directly helping the club’s much needed fund raising activities. Our first such partnership is with the firm of one of our players who...
18/05/2016
first-century-of-the-summer-for-wbccLast weekend saw the 1st team travel to Hook and Southborough, looking to build on their success in the first game. Against one of the weaker teams in the division, the team was determined not relax after the fixture last year failed to produce a win. WBCC batted first, and quickly found the pitch was very slow and low, due to the wet weather during the week. Captain Jai Uvaraju battled through the...
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