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Welcome to Menai Bridge Cricket Club   
Menai Bridge CC
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Menai Bridge Cricket Club is situated on the Isle of Anglesey in the North West of Wales just off the shores of the Menai Strait. Our most famous landmark is the Thomas Telford suspension bridge which links Menai Bridge to mainland Wales. The town is situated approximately 2 hours drive from Manchester and Liverpool, 3 hours from Birmingham and 5 hours from London. The island itself is served by excellent road, rail and ferry links to all areas of the United Kingdom and Ireland. Menai Bridge is also very close to both the University town of Bangor as well as the magnificent scenery of the Snowdonia National Park featuring the highest mountain in Wales, namely Snowdon.

The Cricket Club was established in Menai Bridge in 1973, prior to this cricket in Menai Bridge was subject to nomadic playing at a number of different locations. We are without doubt one of the most picturesque cricket grounds in North Wales!

We are a very friendly cricket club and have always welcomed new members of all standards and ability. A high level of community spirit is maintained by regular club functions and social events throughout the season. We put great emphasis on junior cricket development by providing a structured coaching environment and holding regular practice sessions. We have at least 10 active members currently holding coaching qualifications of which two are dedicated to each junior team. We currently run 4 senior sides and 4 junior sides playing in leagues throughout North Wales.

The Committee Members of Menai Bridge Cricket Club are proactive throughout the year ensuring the Tyn-y-Caeau ground is fit to play cricket and welcoming for visitors and guests.

We have hosted many Representative  Games and Touring Teams return year on year to play at the ground.

Our most famous ex-player and current life member is Matthew Maynard who has previously held positions as the England Assistant Coach and Director of Cricket for Glamorgan County Cricket Club.

Chosen to lead the Teams for the 2014 Season are: 1st XI Robbie Jones; 2nd XI Andy Skeoch; 3rd XI Rhys Dart.