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Lancaster CC
Lune Road,
Lancaster
Tel: 01524 65087

Website: lancaster.play-cricket.com

Northern League Committee Member

David Heywood
48 Hadrian Road,
Morecambe
LA3 3BX
Mobile: 07717 629629

Club Officials

President:
J. N.(Norman) Ellis

Chairman:
David Heywood
48 Hadrian Road,
Morecambe
LA3 3BX
Mobile: 07717 629629

Treasurer & Secretary:
Duncan Hall
10 Lindbergh Avenue
Lancaster
LA1 5FR
Tel: 01524 581511
Mobile: 07785 921543
E mail: Duncan.hall64@btinternet.com

Fixture Secretary & Programme Contact:
David Heywood
As above
Mobile: 07717 629629

Professional:

Roy Silva - Sri Lanka

1st Captain:
Michael Stevens

2nd Captain:


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Directions
From the north leave the M6 at junction 34
and follow the signs into Lancaster City Centre. Follow the signs for the railway station on the one way system round the city centre.
From the South Leave the M6 at junction 33 and follow the signs for the city centre.
Both routes finish up entering the centre with the Market on your right
Turn left at the traffic lights at Waterstones Book store.
Take the first turn right after the railway bridge.
Pass the Railway Station and Lancaster City Football ground on your right .
The ground is on your left.

Though the first Lancaster Lunesdale CC was formed in 1841, the club disbanded in 1852. The present club was formed as The Lancaster Cricket and Lawn Tennis Club in April 1879.
After leasing a ground on the GiantAxe Field, the club moved to their present ground soon after, debuting at Lune Road on 3 June 1882.
Lancaster CC became founder members of the North Lancashire League in 1892 and joined the Ribblesdale League in 1923, becoming champions in 1936 and 1947.
The club was a founder member of the Northern League and has won the league on six occasions, in 1957, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979 and 1986.
They have been division two champions outright a record 16 times and shared the title in 1985.
Lune Road staged Lancashire’s county championship game with Warwickshire in 1914.


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