Frensham Cricket Club was formed in 1899 and was one of the first in the I’Anson & Miller Village Cricket Championship – which itself was 100 years old in 2001, and is arguably the oldest organised cricket league in the world. In 1939 the club moved from the nearby Pierrepont Estate to Hollowdene Recreation Ground, where in 1954 the present amphitheatre was completed.

The club has two beautifully prepared squares allowing it to run four senior League sides on Saturdays, competing in the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 5th Divisions, plus a social Sunday XI. Truly, cricket for all ages and abilities!

Frensham’s fortunes have fluctuated, but for three decades the Club has been one of the strongest in the league. Since winning the I’Anson Cup for the first time in 1932, the club had to wait until 1986 for its next success in the Championship’s First Division.

Since then the club has won the cup a further eleven times, most recently in 2008 and 2009. The second team has won the Miller Cup three times in recent years and the Stevens Cup twice. The Club enters the National Village Knockout and had several highly successful runs, reaching the last 16 in 2000.

Frensham offers a thriving Youth section, providing professional coaching for over 250 boys and girls from age 5 to 17, and competing in the Berkeley Sports Two Counties Youth Cricket Competition and the North East Hampshire League.

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