Hello all, as the cricket road map has been laid out, WESTCLIFF CRICKET CLUB are excited about starting cricket soon.

If your child is interested in playing cricket or learning a new sport, why not get in contact and head over on Friday nights? We are aiming to start on the 30th April.

On Fridays we have under 7s, under 9s and under 11s training at Chalkwell park. I run the training for children in year 1 to 4. If you are interested, please send me a message.

If your child is in year 5 or 6, please send me a message and I’ll put you in contact with the age group coach.

Under 13s and 15s train midweek. Likewise, if  you are interested, please let me know.

My number is 07401987539 (Kam Khan)

Officers & Team Managers

Youth Coaches Lewis Groves
Rob Palmer
Youth Chairman James Currell 07967 707813
Safeguarding Officer Ros Jackson 07968 580215
Team Managers
Under 15 (Years 9 & 10) Simon Mather 07384 804091
Under 13 (Years 7 & 8) Adam Paris 07847 394817
Under 13 (Years 7 & 8) James Currell 07967 707813
Under 11 (Years 5 & 6) Neil Harvey 07454 760882
Under 9 (Years 3 & 4) Kamran Khan 07401 987539
Under 7 (Years 2 & below) Kamran Khan 07401 987539

Club Prize Draw

All parents and carers are invited to join our monthly prize draw which not only gives them a chance to win a cash prize of up to £100 per month but also entitles them to Social Membership of the Club. All this for just £5 (or £10 for two entries) a month.Please contact Geoff May at for a Bank Standing Order Mandate form if you are interested in joining.

Code of Conduct for Cricket Members and Guests*

All Members and Guests of this Cricket Club will:

  • Respect the rights, dignity and worth of every person within the context of cricket
  • Treat everyone equally and not discriminate on the grounds of age, gender, disability, race, ethnic origin, nationality, colour, parental or marital status, religious belief, class or social background, sexual preference or political belief
  • Not condone, or allow to go unchallenged, any form of discrimination if witnessed
  • Display high standards of sportsmanship, etiquette, behaviour and dress, both on and off the field, in keeping with the dignity and best traditions of the game of Cricket. Foul and/or abusive language is wholly unacceptable
  • Promote the positive aspects of cricket, for example fair play
  • Encourage all participants to learn the Laws and rules and play within them, always respecting the decisions of match officials
  • Actively discourage unfair play, rule violations and arguing with match officials
  • Recognise good performance not just match results
  • Place the well-being and safety of children above the development of performance and ensure activities are appropriate for the age, maturity, experience and ability of the individual
  • Respect children’s opinions when making decisions about their participation in cricket
  • Not smoke, drink or use banned substances while working with children in the club and not provide children with alcohol when they are under the care of the club
  • Follow ECB guidelines set out in the “Safe Hands – Cricket’s Policy for Safeguarding Children” and any other relevant guidelines issued
  • Report any concerns in relation to a child, following reporting procedures laid down by the ECB

The Club accepts responsibility for the behaviour of its Officials, Players and Members, and will take disciplinary action against any individual who fails to comply with the code. The Club will ensure that all members and guests are aware of our Code of Conduct.

* Members and guests include all members and officers of the cricket club and all guests of those members and officers, as well as all individuals who watch/attend/participate/officiate in matches hosted by the club in whatever capacity.

Safeguarding Policy Statement

Westcliff-on-Sea Cricket Club (The Club) is committed to ensuring all Children (i.e all persons under the age of 18 ) participating in cricket have a safe and positive experience.

We will do this by:

  • Recognising all children participating in cricket (regardless of age, gender, race, religion, sexual orientation, ability or disability) have the right to have fun and be protected from harm in a safe environment
  • Ensuring individuals working within cricket at, or for, our club provide a welcoming, safe, and fun experience for children
  • Adopting and implementing the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) “Safe Hands – Cricket’s Policy for Safeguarding Children” and any future versions of this
  • Appointing a Club Welfare Officer and ensuring they attend all current and future training modules required by the ECB
  • Ensuring all people who work in cricket at, or for, our club (such as staff, officials, volunteers, team managers, coaches and so on) have a responsibility for safeguarding children, and understand how the “Safe Hands Policy” applies to them
  • Ensuring all individuals working within cricket at, or for, the club are recruited and appointed in accordance with ECB guidelines and relevant legislation
  • Ensuring all individuals working within cricket at, or for, the club are provided with support, through education and training, so they are aware of, and can
    adhere to, good practice and Code of Conduct guidelines defined by the ECB, and the club
  • Ensuring the name and contact details of the Club Welfare Officer is available:
    – As the first point of contact for parents, children and volunteers/staff within the club
    – As a local source of procedural advice for the club, its committee and members
    – As the main point of contact within the club for the ECB County Welfare Officer and the ECB Safeguarding Team, and
    – As the main point of contact within the club for relevant external agencies in connection with child safeguarding
  • Ensuring correct and comprehensive reporting procedures exist for raising and managing child safeguarding concerns.
  • Providing an environment where the views of children, parents and volunteers are sought and welcomed on a range of issues. This will help us create an environment where people have the opportunity to voice any concerns (about possible suspected child abuse/neglect, and/or about poor practice) to the Club Welfare Officer *
  • Ensuring all suspicions concerns and allegations are taken seriously and dealt with swiftly and appropriately
  • Ensuring access to confidential information relating to child safeguarding matters is restricted to those who need to know in order to safeguard children – including the Club Welfare Officer and the appropriate external authorities, such as the Local Authority Designated Officer (LADO), as specified within ECB child safeguarding procedures

*Details of the County Welfare Officer will be made available, in case the Club Welfare officer is unavailable, or the concern relates to the Club Welfare officer.