Actonians Cricket Club

Actonians Ladies

Welcome to 2021 season!
Women's cricket in Ealing, West London

For 2021, Actonians Ladies are playing both 40-over and 20-over games in the Middlesex Cricket Esme Irwin League (first game 9 May) and the Derick Morgan League (first game 25 April), with matches midweek (20 overs) and on Sundays (40 overs)

Click HERE to view our team's pre-season letter (PDF format)

Check the Upcoming Fixtures list below for details of matches 

LADIES ONLY SUMMER COACHING: Thursdays 6.30-7.30pm - women and girls coaching with our club coach. Beginners welcome.

ALL-CLUB MIXED SUMMER TRAINING: Tuesdays (all season - May to September) 6.30-8.00pm: nets and fielding drills with our club coach. Must be confident with hard ball cricket

CRICKETFORFUN: No-pressure mixed pairs cricket. Weekday, mid-afternoon, one hour. For more info join the Cricketforfun Facebook group: click here.

For news, updates, photos and videos, check our Twitter feed at @ActoniansLadies

Upcoming fixtures
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An evening with Lydia Greenway
2021 Middlesex Esme Irwin Cup Final

Ladies Cricket

Home ground: Actonians Sports Club, 
Gunnersbury Drive (off Pope's Lane), Ealing,
London W5 4LL
Actonians Ladies, formerly Dukesmead WCC (established 1927 in West London), play in the Middlesex Women's Cricket Leagues (40 overs and 20 overs). Our club is well established, welcoming and sociable. New players of all standards are welcome to attend training sessions.

To join the club or join us for nets please email or call 
Marilyn Smith on 07958 371 437

Actonians Ladies XI 2017

Actonians is the only club in West London where 
girls can play league cricket from Under-11 and continue right through to the Ladies

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