Barton Cricket Club

Established 1935

Barton Cricket Club: One of South Devon’s Oldest and most established clubs.

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We are Barton Cricket Club

We started by playing friendlies but when competitive cricket started to emerge we were there at the forefront. We were one of the founding clubs in the former Shiphay Manor League and the now Devon Cricket League where we have 1st and 2nd XI teams currently competing in the B and A Divisions (respectively).

We also this year have a team in the South Devon Sunday League. We also compete in the annual Torbay 20/20 bash and were instrumental in bringing that to life. We also play in the Devon Senior KO Cup and Brockman and Aaron Printers cups. We also offer social cricket during the midweek and Sundays.

We were one of the founding members of the South Devon Youth League and this season will have teams in the 12, 14, 15 and 17 age groups.

We put a huge emphasis on our youth section and younger players because they are our future. We have several ECB level one and two coaches who coach all-year round - in the winter on Friday nights between 6pm and 9pm and from the first week of May at the club on Sundays from 10am to noon.

We are a Clubmark club and we have coaches out working on our behalf at four local schools as part of a Chance to Shine programme where cricket is delivered as part of the curriculum.

We have been hugely successful over the years on the field. We have won the Brockman and former Narracott and Kendall Meek trophies several times. We were also the first club in Devon league history to complete the league and cup double TWICE.

We also boast the very oak tree under which none other than the world-famous Queen of Whodunnit, Dame Agatha Christie sat many moons ago to score and watch her father play cricket!

We are totally reliant on a volunteer workforce which keeps cricket and our social side - we have our own bar - running and without whom we would be lost.

We are always on the lookout for new members, volunteers and players of all ability.

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Week 7 Match Reports

After a washed out Week 6 for both teams, the seconds game at Cricketfield Road against Lewdown was conceded when Lewdown CC failed to raise a side and conceded 20 points on Friday. This allowed the First team some extra selection options. The firsts travelled to Seaton CC with some new f ...

Submitted by: Stinky Pete
Date: 19 Jun 2017

Mixed results in Week 5

The Firsts hosted Abbotskerswell CC at Cricketfield road and despite bowling reasonably well, the visitors notched up 237 for 8 at the close of the innings. Jonny Martin being the pick of the Barton bowlers. The Barton innings went from bad to worse after a shaky opening, with only Gilly ...

Submitted by: Stinky Pete
Date: 4 Jun 2017

Tough weekend for Seniors

Barton 1sts made the short trip to Ipplepen CC - the early pace-setters in their division - on Saturday. Ipplepen won the toss and elected to bat and Barton openers Jon Martin and Gilly set to work The decision to bat looked like a good one with the batsmen scoring freely and reaching 4 ...

Submitted by: Stinky Pete
Date: 28 May 2017

Sunday League under way - Match Report

The South Devon League team got their season under way today with Barton CC away to Babbacombe CC A youthful side skippered by Jarms and ably supported by some of the Senior players was looking for a strong opening in a cordial atmosphere at Wallshill Road. Barton batted first The ...

Submitted by: Stinky Pete
Date: 22 May 2017

Strong showing from Seniors - Week 3 reports

The first team hosted Tavistock CC at a damp Cricketfield Road in Week 3, with the Umpires delaying the start for over an hour and a half to try and ensure safe playing conditions. The match eventually began having been reduced to 30 overs due to the delay in starting Barton took the fiel ...

Submitted by: Stinky Pete
Date: 21 May 2017

Mixed fortunes for Seniors - Week 2 results

The 1sts hosted Shobrooke Park at Cricketfield Road on Saturday, and slipped to their first defeat of the campaign. The pitch looked like a tricky one before the toss, and the visitors took advantage of winning it by putting the Barton boys in to bat first. Batting proved to be ex ...

Submitted by: Stinky Pete
Date: 15 May 2017

Our Club in Pictures


Club Officers/Contacts:


Jim Parker
34 Arden Drive, Chelston, Torquay
Mob: 07703 129682

Secretary/DCL Representative:

Jan Meyer
14 Earls Court, St Vincents Road, Torquay
Mob: 07967 758210


Mike Lievesley
131 Barton Hill Road, Torquay
Mob: 07831 670731

Fixture Secretary:

Jan Meyer
14 Earls Court, St Vincents Road, Torquay
Mob: 07967 758210

Welfare Officer:

Kirsty Parker-Calland
21 Shearwater Drive, Torquay
Mob: 07554 445959


Ray Brimicombe
Tel: 01803 327614

1st XI Captain

Adam Parker
Mob: 07872 456630

2nd XI Captain/Colts Manager

Jim Parker
Mob: 07703 129682