The Old Leightonians Cricket Club was formed in 1977, and
has enjoyed over 30 years of jovial cricket.
All players are Old Leightonians, having attended Leighton Park School in Reading for a minimum of one day, and without expulsion for gross immorality. Alternatively a few individuals, having been recognised for exceptional contributions to the club, have become honorary members. The club has played in 21 counties, several countries, and against opposition of all standards.
Statistics are an important part of OLCC club life to many. If you have trouble with mental arithmetic, consult this calculator.
Can you guess? In Reading. Less than half the club's games
are played here, on what has been over the years a first-class wicket set
in many acres of beautiful parkland. The club has a rich and varied touring
culture which sees Norfolk, the East Midlands and Saumur, France as the current
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HOW DO I GET IN TOUCH?
Possibly you are now thinking how can you arrange a jovial fixture, or perhaps you want to make a large cash contribution to the club. Whichever, you can enjoy clarity by getting in touch with one of the following:
OLCC Secretary - Phil Samuels
OLCC President - Graham Carter
OLCC Fixtures sec (acting) - Richard Newell Price
OLCC Webmasters - Paul Chalmers & Chris Straw