Wateringbury had a cricket team which played on the
cherry orchard behind the old School off Red Hill
The present Club was formed in 1985 and plays on the
Sports field in Fields Lane, Wateringbury. The first
match was played versus Addington, away, the game
ended in a draw. The changing rooms for the first
home fixture consisted of two large tents! Fifteen
fixtures were completed in the first season.
Porta-cabins were installed for changing facilities
in 1986 and the present Pavilion was opened in July
The first Captain of the side was Mike Witts who has
acted as President since 1986.
The first hundred was scored by Kevin Dibble versus
Harrietsham in 1986 and the present bowling record
is held by Michael Venner who took 9 wickets for 15
runs versus East Malling in 1996.
John Cullingworth the then Wateringbury C.C. Captain
formed the Riverside League in 1988 and Wateringbury
competed for several seasons. However the current
side plays friendlies only and their fixture list
includes approximately 40 games each season.
Colts sides were started in 1990 and Wateringbury
C.C. played at under 13, 14, 15 and 16 levels. They
were losing finalists in the AKCC Reeds Under 16 Cup
competition in 1994.
The Club has completed three Tours to the West Country
and in recent years have had four successful tours
to Norfolk in 2004, 2006, 2008 & 2010.