We have three league teams, a Ladies team and three junior groups. The 1st and 2nd teams play in the Cheshire Cricket League which is an ECB approved league. The League system was revamped in 2016 replacing the old ‘Cheshire Pyramid’ format, allowing 2nd XIs to move up and down independently of their 1st teams.
• The 1st XI play in Div.2 and the 2nd XI in the new Div.B (East). The 3rd XI is in the Cheshire County Sunday League (Div. 3)[East] whilst the Ladies play in their Div.1 (Cheshire Womens’ Cricket League). All junior sides play in the High Peak Junior league.
• 1st XI and 2nd XI teams play on Saturdays, the 3rd XI and the Ladies on Sundays whilst the Juniors also play on Sundays (but in the morning) and midweek evenings.
• Official Club practice nights are Tuesday for the Ladies, Thursday for mens’ teams and Fridays for the Juniors: all run throughout the season. However, with the new all-weather nets, there is far greater availability for members to practice at will (subject to ground availability).
• During the winter, we use the Indoor Cricket nets at the Total Cricket Centre in Ashton under Lyne
We are proud of the the quality of both the square and the outfield, which is the result of years of work by our qualified groundsman. It received due recognition in 2008, when the League chose it as a venue for one of its Representative matches.
• The square has 12 pitches and is available for hire . It is frequently used by other clubs for minor league or friendly fixtures.
The Club is a Community Amateur Sports Club which allows it to claim gift aid from any donations made. However, the majority of funds are from members and Friends Of Trinity CC. The Club relies on sponsorship and grants in order to make improvements. Thanks to these, we have been able to achieve the following;
• 1990: new pavilion built and further refurbished in 2007.
• 2001: drains were laid and extended in 2005.
• 2008: attained Clubmark status.
• 2010: completion of a 2 bay net area, a new scorebox, cosmetic upgrade to the away changing rooms and drainage treatments to the outfield.
• 2011: water-hog machine acquired to allow mopping of surface water.
• : we signed up to the NatWest Cricket Force and were successful benefactors of the NatWest Community Force programme.
• : two new gates at the ground entrance.
• 2012: an extended kitchen and new umpires room built in the pavilion.
• : a sizeable donation from the CoOp Community Fund
• 2013: new covers acquired
• 2014: further groundworks undertaken to level and extend outfield
• 2015: winners of the Community Grassroots Fund financed by Skipton Building Society
• 2016: a boundary rope and winder were purchased out of the profits from our Awards Night together with a generous donation form a member. A second Bowdry was aquired using a grant from Stockport Sports Trust.
• 2017: a grant from M/cr Airport Community Trust allowed the upgrade of shower and toilet areas