It is with sadness that CSA advises the death, at the age of 90, of Murray Hedgcock, the Anglo-Australian. Murray died recently and was a former committee member of the Council of Cricket Societies (the forerunner of CSA) and an Honorary Life Member of CSA. He was a trained journalist and acted as Publicity Officer for the C of CS as was. He was a regular attendee of our bi-annual meetings in years gone by and was a good friend to all.
WELCOME TO THE CRICKET SOCIETIES’ ASSOCIATION (CSA)
The CSA is a consortium of around thirty Cricket Societies in the United Kingdom and around the world. Our primary purpose is to further the interests of cricket enthusiasts and Societies during the close season.
The CSA formally meets twice a year and provides a forum for Cricket Societies to exchange views and experiences . This interaction helps to ensure that all of our member Cricket Societies can run interesting and informative programmes.
The Cricket Societies’ Association was originally founded in 1969, having changed its name, from the Council of Cricket Societies, in 2018.
WHAT IS A CRICKET SOCIETY?
Individual Cricket Societies hold monthly meetings generally between October and March (some have meetings in September and April). Occasional dinners / lunches are also arranged so that the cricket enthusiast can join others to listen to cricket personalities – past and present – and discuss topics of mutual interest.
THERE’S A CRICKET SOCIETY NEAR YOU TO JOIN
Cricket Societies exist to foster a love of cricket – to find your nearest one please use the directory on this website to access their individual websites and contacts who will be pleased to help you get involved.
****Please note that events and speakers can sometimes change at short notice. Please check individual cricket society websites for up-to-date information.****