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Runcorn Sports Club

Runcorn Sports Club The History Of Runcorn Cricket Club 1873 In June 1873, sandwiched between a report of the fall in the number of vagrants in Runcorn to 843, and an advert for Samuel Williams, the Practical Hatter, the long defunct Runcorn and Widnes Examiner reported the results of the first known game for Runcorn Cricket Club. On Saturday 14th, we made the trip over the Mersey to play Everton Cricket Club, probably somewhere in Stanley Park. Although we acquitted ourselves reasonably well in the field – with the home team making 154 all out, Runcorn were skittled for just 29 (no jokes about nothing having changed since then please). 2016/17 It was around this time that Runcorn Junior Cricket Club really started to gather momentum; thanks to the efforts of Mick Judge. He not only inspired the children to want to play cricket but also volunteers to become coaches! He went onto create the foundation of what RJCC is today; a strong coaching structure with a healthy number of children which has resulted in 4 different age groups and our first ever girls team. We have been able to enjoy Runcorn playing cricket at Moughland Lane for the last seven decades, thanks entirely to the kind patronage of the Posnett Family who own the land the club plays on. Our current President, James Posnett has been a passionate supporter of Runcorn CC and our ideals. He follows in the footsteps of his father, CC Posnett who was our president from 1953 to 1990 and facilitated the move to Moughland lane. Moughland Lane, Runcorn WA7 4SD

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