Our Current Story
Bagborough CC is very much a social village cricket club with strong community links, playing our matches at Bagborough Park in the heart of West Bagborough Village on the slopes of the Quantock Hill's in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, we have an enviable setting, having fantastic views from our ground towards the lower slopes as well as beyond. Many teams who visit us are envious of our outlook and position.
We have always and always are, pleased to welcome visiting teams from across the country and beyond (we have hosted a team from Canada), please contact our Fixture Secretary for details.
We run three Senior Weekend Teams, our First's playing in The Shrubbery Hotel, Somerset Cricket League, our Second's playing in The West Somerset Cricket League, both these teams playing on a Saturday, our third's playing their games on a Sunday in The Somerset County Sports Sunday Cricket League.
We also have members who turn out during the Weekend & Midweek to play in Friendlies against other Local Teams, as well as playing against Touring Teams. We also have some of our more Senior Junior members who play in our Taunton Based Last Man Standing Competition, also when available we play a team in any Under 17's Competition's either outdoors or indoors.
We also are active supporters of Junior level cricket we have teams that play in the Full Stop. Taunton & District Youth Cricket League at Under 11's, 13's and 15's these games are played over the weekend's either on a Friday Evening or on Sunday Morning's.
This Cricket Cap was donated to us by the son of the late Mr F Darlow, who played for us back in the '40s - '50s
The above cricket ball was donated to the club from the Somerset County Cricket Museum, it has a Round Silver Plaque attached celebrating Fred Sully's achievement of taking 100 Wickets in a season, during the 1949 season. Presented by a T. W.