Club News

Australia Cricket Match
To commemorate the links between Sutton Veny and the Anzacs, The Cricket Club will be playing its annual match against the Australian High Commission XI at Sutton Veny on Sunday 13th June (1100 start).


There will be a high standard of cricket to watch, as well a BBQ lunch and Bar, to help proceedings along. The Warminster Brass Band will play during the lunch interval and throughout the afternoon. Following the match tea will be taken in the pavilion and speeches and the awarding of the trophy will take place.
Entrance Free. 

The Annual Roy Newman match is going a head this year its a perennial favourite in the Club’s calendar. This match played during the school holidays, at Heytesbury Park, brings together former and current players, as well as their families and inevitably a strong supporter base

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Some Of The History Of The Club 

Heytesbury and Sutton Veny Cricket Club was founded in 2007 following the merger of Heytesbury Cricket Club and Sutton Veny Cricket Club. This merger has enabled the new club to continue to field one teams in the Wiltshire League since 2007 whilst maintaining a cricketing presence in both villages, an achievement of which the club is rightly proud. Today of late we now run one team in the leaque plus a t20 twenty team and a sunday team.