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Saturday 1st Team CaptainNathan Garbett

Saturday 1st Team Vice Captain: Lindsey Rudd

Saturday 2nd Team Captain: Jonathon Duppa

Saturday 2nd Team Vice Captain: Simon McCutcheon

Sunday Team Captain: Kieron Hatton

Sunday Vice Captain: Shane Hatton 

Indoor Captain: Ian Slater

Child Welfare Officers: Nathan Garbett & Ian Slater

We are always keen to welcome new members to our friendly club of all ages and abilities, If you would like more information or are keen to play, umpire, and help out in any other way please contact either Nathan on 07904 202014 or Ian on 07767 336446. 
We hold senior net sessions every Tuesday evening from 6.30pm (Weather Permitting) 

You can always contact us through our Club Website,

Official Adidas Team Wear is available online at our club shop: http// 

You can also follow the club on Twitter @WilleyCC 




“Hi there, and welcome to Willey Wanderers Cricket Club! Over 100 years old now, W.W.C.C. epitomises all there is about grass roots village club cricket. Originally formed by the local Lord of the Manor in the late 19th century and playing on the lawns in front of  Willey Hall, with the team probably made up mainly of estate workers, the local Vicar and Blacksmith and Captained by the Lord himself, W.W.C.C. has progressed over the years through decades of “friendly” cricket to the league cricket of the last 35 years or so. Indeed, as with most village sides, W.W.C.C. were participating in 20/20 cricket in the guise of local K.O. competitions 50 years before its “invention” by the professional game. The great shame is that so many clubs whose names appear on trophies from years gone by, have now gone out of existence, but W.W.C.C. has survived. 

In 1922, W.W.C.C. moved to its present picturesque and secretive location in the tiny hamlet of Barrow, part way between the historic towns of Broseley and Much Wenlock in sleepy Mid Shropshire. Follow us on our website, or better still visit us in person someday. Believe me, on a warm summers day and with a game of cricket in progress, there is no finer place to be.”

Alan Rudd.  Chairman WWCC