Coaching 2015

Coaching  (2015)    

Coaching will definitely be on at Rawreth Lane from this Saturday 11th April:
U9s - 9.15 am to 10.15 am
U11s - U13s - 9:30am to 11:30am
Under 15 coaching will be from 6.15 pm to 7.30 pm from Tuesday 14th April. 

Subscription Rates 2015

2015 subscriptions are now overdue and were due to be paid by 31st March. Membership fees are as shown below.

TIME HAS RUN OUT TO PAY ON TIME - you will now need to pay the £10 penalty charge in addition to the rate shown below before you are eligible to play

Full Membership

Adult Playing Member £70
Women & Girls Member £35
Colt Member (Under 15)


Student (15 or over)/Unemployed £35
Adult Midweek Member


Student Midweek Member


Colt Member (Under 9) £20
Associate Member £20
Clubhouse Member £10
Life Member No Fee

Membership Form - junior 2015 

Membership Form - senior 2015

The above fees must be received, in full, by 31st March following the Annual General Meeting. Ages shown below are as at 1st September preceding the AGM. All members in receipt of a membership form prior to 31st March shall pay the full subscription fee required.


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Presentation evening, AGM and winter coaching

Presentation evening

Come on down to the Club next Saturday 18th October 7.30 for 8 pm  for our annual Presentation Evening to players in our 7 Saturday sides, Women & Girls XI, Midweek XI and Under 15 Colts.

All are welcome to celebrate another good season for the Club.


Also put in your diary Monday 24th November 7.30 for 8 pm - Club Annual General Meeting

Winter coaching (2015)    

Please note Sunday session not being held because of poor support in 2014.

Sessions will start at Fitzwimarc School as follows:

From Saturday 31st January

9am to 10am Adult nets

10am to 11am Under 9 and Under 11 Coaching

11am to noon Under 13 Coaching

From Monday 2nd February

6pm to 7pm Under 15 Coaching

7pm to 8pm Women & Girls and Adults - 2 nets each

Easy Fundraising

Club Fund Raising

Rayleigh would like to invite all players, parents, carers and supporters to join in a free and easy way of raising funds for the club at no cost to you at all.

Just by registering your name and RayleighCC on the website you can raise money for the club just by shopping online. You don’t pay anything extra. What you will find are special offers which could save you money too.

As at 20th February 2015 we have raised over £135 with just 24 people taking part. All of this goes toward improving facilities and so will keep match fees and annual subscriptions down.

What do you need to do ?

1.    Logon to

2.    Register as a RayleighCC supporter

3.    Whenever you shop online you just make sure you have used the easyfundraising link which they will send you

Any questions ?

Email your question to Lorraine Frost (treasurer) or Richard Verrinder (secretary) and we will get back with an answer as quick as we can.



Report of week ending 13 September

At the beginning of the week, prospects of getting four friendly fixtures looked decidedly poor. Two scheduled opposition sides had pulled out and the remaining side insisted on playing at their ground although the game should have been at Rawreth Lane. Matt Walker came up trumps with three more games which resulted in one win, two defeats and a draw on a beautiful sunny afternoon.

A 1st XI visited Shepherd & Neame side Ardleigh Green1st XI, who batting first amassed 320-7 in their 40 overs, Sam Verrinder taking 2-58. Rayleigh finished on 237-9 with Rhys Howard (43), Steven Lynch (35) and Richard Verrinder (32*) leading the scoring.

A mainly 2nd and 3rd XI entertained Herts & Essex League side Nazeing Common 2nd XI and batting first Rayleigh were bowled out for 160, Steve Adams (30) and James Wratten (28) top scoring. In a tight finish Nazeing were bowled out for 157, Matt Gilmore taking 4-36.

A mainly 4th and 5th XI entertained Northants League side Spencers CC who batted first and scored 254-8, Gary Bush taking 3-24. Brad Walker held the reply together with a dogged 57 but Rayleigh finished on 210-8 to lose by 44 runs.

A mainly 6th and 7th XI went to Chalkwell Park to play a strong Westcliff XI in a time game. Westcliff won the toss and elected to bat and scored 236-7, Paul Cox taking 4-60 and Chris Slough 2-32. Rayleigh struggled to score against accurate bowling but Andrew MacDonald (56) held the innings together and Chris Slough batted out the last 20 overs to secure an unlikely draw.

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