Wheathampstead Cricket Club News story

2023 Membership & Subscriptions

31 Mar 2023

Dear Members,

As communicated after the AGM in January, we are introducing a new membership and subscription
structure for 2023.

We will continue with our PAYG subscription – with an addition of a £20 yearly membership –
that ‘buys you in’ to being a full club member – including winter net fee – whilst also giving you the
flexibility to play as and when you want.
The second option is aimed at those frequent players – they can pay the lump sum
(equivalent to 13 full games) for the season and play as all they can.

Some of the increase in revenue for 2023 will indeed go to cover costs, but the majority will be reinvested
back into the club in the form of more structured and professional training and coaching opportunities,
extra pitch maintenance and club equipment.

Senior Match Subs


Pay As You Go

Flat Fee - All you can play

2023 (Proposal)

Saturday or Sunday

Saturday & Sunday

League & Friendly





Student (16+ in full time education)




Colt (Part of the club colt’s section)




Midweek T20 Games








Annual Membership (Inc Winter nets)
Payable by non-Colts only






We have now started collecting annual memberships - and will start to collect the Flat fees for those that want to pay.
See Tom Li at Sandringham Nets who has a contactless card reader for easy payment,
Alternatively via Bank Transfer:

Bank Details
Acct Name: Wheathampstead Cricket Club
SC: 09-01-54
AC: 72303287
REF: Name + "Membership"

These fees are for senior matches only. If you are a junior player in our colt section, your
membership to WCC and age group matches are already covered by your annual colts membership.
You would still need to pay the match subs as above.

Whilst club costs have increased significantly over the past couple of years, we have endeavoured to
keep the cost of playing cricket at Wheathampstead competitive and still relatively low. However should
you find yourself struggling with the cost please do message me here and we will do what we can to help.

For the U25s, help is also available via the James Marshall Foundation.