Bramhall CC is the premier club for both junior and senior cricketers in the area, with a strong senior setup and a thriving junior section.

Over the years the club have enjoyed local and national success with the proudest honour coming in 2001 winning the National Knockout at Lords. In 2016, the Beavers came close to emulating this feat, reaching the Finals Day of the ECB National T20 at Derby – having become Cheshire T20 Champions during the earlier regional rounds.

Bramhall CC is proud of their Cheshire 1st XI Premier Division league status, finishing mid-table last year – an improvement over 2015. There are 4 competitive senior XIs and a popular over 40s midweek team. In 2016, after a recent determined effort to play with The Spirit of Cricket, Bramhall topped the county’s Fair Play table for their Saturday cricket

Past and present players, both male and female, have secured representative honours. Danny Lamb is currently contracted to Lancashire CCC, whilst his sister Emma is an England Women’s Senior One Day squad member, and represents Lancashire Thunder. Matt Hughes is 2017 Oxford University captain, with varsity hundreds and 1st class experience under his belt. Ellie Mason continues to perform with Cheshire and currently trains with the Lancashire Thunder development squad.

For any queries about Seniors cricket please email


1st XI
Premier Division

Cheshire County League

Captain: Nick Cantello
Vice Captain:
Simon Wilkinson

2nd XI
Division 1

Cheshire County League

Captain: Tom Drury
Vice Captain:
Stuart Stoneman

3rd XI
Sunday Division 1

Cheshire County League

Captain: Tom Duffy


4th XI
Cheshire region

competitive friendlies

Captains: Steve Driscoll & Danny Bridgeman

Over 40’s
North-East Group

Cheshire County League

Captain: David Robinson


During the season, Senior Training takes place on Thursday from 5.30pm onwards, either on the square or in the great astro net facility (weather dependent).

Please contact Nick Cantello via email with any questions.

Players are generally able to train at other times, including Monday evenings, and many take the opportunity to arrange their own sessions with team mates and/or the bowling machine. It is expected that all senior members attend at least one training session per week and make use of the excellent facilities on offer.