News Update: 19th October 2023

Welcome to the all new-look (new logo!) fun packed website where you will find all sorts of goodies relating to LMCC - we celebrated our Centenary in 2022!

Overall the club played 20 match, winning 9, drawing 1 and losing 10.We finished a credible 4th in Div 11 West of the Sussex League after 14 matches. Two further games were cancelled due to the inclement weather. Season was book-ended by 4 friendlies.
Ash Hilton retained his Batting Cup with Darren Radford regaining the Bowling Cup he won some years before. Full season averages can be found in the Handbook.pdf on home page.
Other seasonal highlights were the 1st league ton by Fin Cheal, a record breaking ton by Rick Kelly (in record time with record number of 6's) and the wicket taking record broken by Steve Luckhurst.
The Club Centenary celebration was held Saturday 9th July 2022 at Sussex County FA headquartes in Lancing, over 70 attended. Some greats of the past and present rubbed shoulders and shared tales of the good and the not so good. A fantastic evening was had. With guest speakers, raffle/auction and food/drink and everyone leaving with a copy of the Centenry Book. An updated version (including a review of the 2022 season) of that book (sans stats section) is available now to download on the front page.

2024 Winter Nets

Again to be held at Angmering School - check twitter/instagram/facebook etc for news.


Senior membership 45
Junior (Under18) /Student membership 15
Senior member match fee 9 ( 6 if no tea provided). First game for club is free!
Junior (Under18) /Student member match fee 6
If you didn't spot it, basically the match fee is 9 for a senior regardless if you are a member or not - as we always had, the fee is the same. Members will simply take priority when teams are being picked.

TEAS - 2023

When Sue isn't providing the best teas in living memory, members will be requested to provide teas for home games, agree or find someone else to do them - spend up to max 40 - providing an array of sandwiches, savouries, cakes etc - don't forget milk and maybe tea-bags & sugar (ask previous tea maker re supplies!)


Potential/reachable personal targets for players:


Steve Luckhurst, 17 Matches for 800 matches. YES
Mark Roberts, 9 matches for 150 matches. YES
Darren Radford, 1 match for 100 matches.YES
Dave Smith, 19 matches for 750 matches.
Steve Luckhurst, 16 wickets to be club top wicket-taker. YES
Chris Salt, 322 runs for 15,000 runs.YES
Nick Brown, 353 runs for 3,000 runs.


Dave Smith, 102 runs for 13,000 runs.
Steve Luckhurst, 127 runs for 5,000 runs.
Darren Radford, 43 runs for 2,000 runs. YES
Darren Radford, 7 matches for 100 matches.YES
Nick Brown, 82 runs for 2,000 runs.YES
Andy Long, 152 runs for 2,000 runs.
Mark Roberts, 258 runs for 1,000 runs.
Harry Moreland, 32 runs for 500 runs. YES
Harry Moreland, 7 matches for 100 matches.YES
Henry King, 101 runs for 500 runs.
Ash Hilton, 115 runs for 500 runs.YES
Lee Stevens, 145 runs for 500 runs.
Rick Kelly, 235 runs for 500 runs.YES
Andy Murray, 14 wickets for 200 wickets.YES
Harry Moreland, 13 wickets for 100 wickets.
Jamie Burns, 8 wickets for 50 wickets.
Steve Luckhurst 1 six for 100 sixes.YES

Website Update: 19th October 2023

Website has had a refresh - new logo, new layout!

All the stats have been uploaded now that the 2023 season has finished. The club handbook as well as the 1st Records, Career Figures and the 1922-2023 season by season averages. A lot of numbers!.
Old photos have been loaded, from our first game of the re-start in 1935, the XI that got to the Knock-Out Cup final in 1938, another of a losing cup final XI in 1950, the 1953 side at Petworth Park , the 1956 XI, a touring XI from 1957, a couple of 'walk on' player shots and another version of the 1965 picture from another visit to Petworth Park. A newspaper photo from 1965, 26th July.

Three photos from the 1981 summer have been found/uploaded.
Great new photo of the 1958 Touring XI has come to be. Within the photo gallery section it includes some of the great players of the 50's and 60's.

Also, thanks to former 2nd XI Skipper, Tony Manze, we now have a photo of the 1987 touring squad. Find it in the Photo Gallery/Tour Photos section.

New link to LMCC's play cricket page - data extracted from League Website, so lots of fixtures and more stats than Beefy can poke his bat at.

Player profiles updated ahead of the 2023 season. Player Milestones for 2023 are on this page!

2022 Averages are now uploaded and inside the '2022 Handbook' link.

The Career Stats for 1st/2nd XI and Records sections include the whole of the 1922-2022 period!

Some of the older photos have been re-scanned and uploaded - photos of the 1935, 1962 and 1965 teams!

The 'Hall of Fame' page has been added too - what with the newly found archives and known 'stars' of the past - Lionel Waton, Len Punter, Ray Knight, Frank Allen, Ken Batchelor, Tom Dix, Ian Pitt, Tony Watts, Gerry Dawson, Neil Hewitt, Gerry Price and Gordon Collins, Harry Foinette and possibly the best all-round player we've ever had, Dave Rickard, are profiled.

LMCC has a Facebook page - for those who want to keep up with events via that site.

LMCC is on Twitter - for those who want to keep up with events via that site.

LMCC is on Instagram - for those who want to keep up with events via that site.

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