Cricket Clubs

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Dandenong, Victoria - Sport
... times The other two teams are Dandenong City Soccer Club and Dandenong Wolves Football Club ... Dandenong also has numerous cricket clubs in the area ... Dandenong Cricket Club plays in the Victorian Premier League and has produced a number of state players to date ...
Harlow - Sport and Leisure
... Harlow Rugby Football Club play their home games at Ram Gorse in the town ... Harlow has 4 cricket clubs ... Harlow Cricket Club traces its history back to 1774, and is thus one of the oldest cricket clubs in the country ...
Ireland - Culture - Sport - Field Sports
... in Belfast being Ireland's oldest club ... However, some clubs based outside Belfast thought that the IFA largely favoured Ulster-based clubs in such matters as selection for the national team ... semi-final replay from Dublin to Belfast Dublin-based clubs broke away to form the Football Association of the Irish Free State ...
Navan - Sport
... Pierce O'Mahony's and Navan Gaels are both defunct GAA clubs ... founded in 1948 and with 17 S.F.C titles they are the most successful football club in County Meath ... Knockharley Cricket Club were founded in 1982 and are the only cricket club in County Meath competing in the Leinster Cricket Union, the clubs most recent success came in 2006 when the 1st XI ...
SCCC - Cricket Clubs
... Somerset County Cricket Club St Columba's Cricket Club Surrey County Cricket Club Sussex County Cricket Club ...

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