LONDON SHENLEY CLUB

Cricket

LONDON SHENLEY CLUB

At the heart of the London Shenley Club is the 19th-century pavilion, originally designed by the legendary cricketer W. G. Grace.

History

The Denis Compton Oval was designed by the renowned W G Grace. The Porter Family owned the Shenley estate in the latter part of the 19th century and it was they who asked W G Grace to design the ground to the dimensions of The Oval. Thankfully, W G Grace accepted this request and the grounds are now open for all to enjoy today.

Cricket Matches

The ground has also played host to List-A matches. The Marylebone Cricket Club used the ground for a single List-A match against the touring Pakistanis in 1996. Middlesex have used the ground for 3 List-A matches, the last of which came when the county played the touring West Indians. We have also hosted 5 Women’s One Day International cricket matches including the Women’s Cricket World Cup.

Corporate Cricket & Events

Companies have been coming to play on the historic Shenley Cricket Ground for decades. Inter-company Cricket Days are very popular as are our after work games. We have 4 Corporate Cricket packages available to suit all needs and price ranges.

The main ground is 17 pitch square and purpose-built with an electronically controlled score box. The main ground is complimented by the adjoining nursery ground with its own 10 pitch square, outdoor nets and car parking adjacent to the pavilion. 

It’s the place to play first class cricket.

The Pavilion is picturesquely situated between the two grounds and consists of:

4 players’ changing rooms
1 umpires’ changing room
The Long Room and bar
First floor dining room
Plus all necessary ancillary facilities

The perfect event starts here

London Shenley Club
Radlett Lane, Shenley, Radlett
Hertfordshire, WD7 9DW

01923 859022
enquiries@londonshenleyclub.co.uk

London Shenley Club
Radlett Lane, Shenley, Radlett
Hertfordshire, WD7 9DW

01923 859022
enquiries@londonshenleyclub.co.uk