Norfolk County Cricket Club is one of the county clubs which make up the National Counties in the National Counties Cricket Association (NCCA) cricket structure which was re-branded in 2020 after being known as the Minor Counties Cricket Association (MCCA) for 124 years.
Each year‚ Norfolk play matches in the NCCA 3-Day Championship, 50 Over and T20 trophy. Norfolk last won the Knockout Competition in 2009.
Norfolk County Cricket Club was set up in 1827 and soon became known as being “second only to the Marylebone club”. After playing at the Colman’s Lakenham ground for nearly 125 years‚ Norfolk moved to Horsford’s beautiful Manor Park ground in 2001.
All Home Championship, 50 Over and T20 matches are now played at Manor Park‚ Horsford‚ Norwich , NR10 3AQ.
THE GAME AGAINST LINCOLNSHIRE ON MAY 30th WILL BE SUBJECT TO THE CURRENT COVID REGULATIONS INCLUDING THE NEED TO COMPLY WITH THE ‘TEST AND TRACE’ REQUIREMENTS EITHER BY SCANNING AN APP OR MANUALLY COMPLETING A FORM.