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Club History and Honours

· 1895 - In June 1985 the local C of E magazine announced the birth of Ladock Cricket Club through the efforts of the Rev S. J.Peake in a field kindly lent by Mr Silvanus Stephens.  Two friendlies were played against Probus – Probus won both.  The first captain was Mr Samuel Lobb Stephens.

· 1897 - In April the AGM was held and Miss Wise lent the club a field to play in (probably the first field on the right after the village as you head towards Fraddon).

· 1905 - Cornwall Cricket League formed but Ladock didn’t join until the 1960s – the club continued to play friendlies until that time.

· After the First World War the club resumed playing friendlies against local teams, and this continued into the 1920s and 1930s.

· After the Second World War cricket resumed again, and in 1948 the club had a balance in hand of £59 5 s and 41/2 d – about £1,850 in today’s money.

· In the late 1940s teas were still served in the Village Hall across the road, and the cricket field was used for grazing.  Saturday mornings were spent removing ‘pancakes’ from the outfield, but inevitably Ladock acquired a reputation as somewhere where fielders would need to ‘watch their step’.

· 1963 - Ladock Cricket Club joined Division Junior Two East of the Cornwall Cricket League.

· 1965 - Ladock won the Crouch Cup and promotion to Junior One East.

· 1967 - Despite defeat by Roche in the first game of the season (all out for six runs, two of them byes!) Ladock won Division One East and promotion to senior cricket.

· 1968 – 1981 – The era of Senior Cricket at Ladock. 13 years in Senior 2 (equivalent to County One now).  Highest placed finish in the history of the club – 3rd.

· 1969 – The current ground was purchased for £500.

· 1978 – Ladock CC fielded a second team for the first time in its history

· 1980 – The current pavilion was built for a sum of £5,038.

· 1981 – Relegation from Senior Cricket.

· 1982 –current – Div 3 and Div 4 East.  Highest finishing place – 5th Div 3.

· 1996 – Gary Cocking became first Ladock batsman to score 1,000 runs in a season.

· 2001 – Second XI won Div 7 County final.

· 2001 – Peter Ford took 1,000th wicket for Ladock CC.

· 2010 – Andrew Wakeley scored highest individual score for Ladock CC – 156no

· 2012 – Ladock First XI became first team in Ladock history to go all season unbeaten.  Won Div 4 County final. Alex Ridd scores 1,000 runs.

· 2013 – Won Div 3 and won Div 3 County final.   Alex Ridd scores 1,000 runs.



County Final Champions

1st XI - Div 1 - 1967

2nd XI - Div 7 - 2001

1st XI - Div 4 - 2012

1st XI - Div 3 - 2013

League Champions

1st XI - Junior Div 2 East - 1965

1st XI - Junior Div 1 East - 1967

2nd XI - Div 7 East - 2001

1st XI - Div 4 East - 2004

1st XI - Div 4 East - 2012

1st XI - Div 3 East - 2013