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Welcome to the Civil Service Cricket Club web site. We are one of Ireland's oldest cricket clubs. Formed in 1863 in the Phoenix Park, the club is part of the Leinster Cricket Union and currently boasts over 40 members.

Our players are drawn not just from Ireland but from all the major cricketing nations including Australia, South Africa, India, Pakistan and England. Read more about the club in the About Us section ...
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LCU Registration 2018

With the first matches in mid-April, it is vital that everyone who intends on playing this year gets registered as soon as possible via the following link. No registration means no selection. https://registrations.cricketleinster.ie/auth/login

This year's registration process requires the player to check the box: "I agree that I have read and will abide by the Spirit of Cricket". As you can see, it's fairly basic stuff, but players on all sides in the league have been losing sight of it in a big way in the last couple of years. Given the recent goings on in the game both at home and abroad, we want all players taking the field in Service colours this year to step up and maintain the standard expected of them, both on and off the field.

Latest News
(7th April 2018)
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Weekend round-up (4th July 2017)
All five teams were in action over the weekend. The 3s and the 4s were involved in a cliffhangers but came out on top...
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CPR training (4th July 2017)
There will be a CPR training course at the club on Thursday July 6 at 7pm
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Weekend report (18th June 2017)
The 1s got back to winning ways in the League but there were early cup exits for the 2s and 3s.
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Midweek T20 Cup report (16th June 2017)
The 1s and 2s had mixed fortunes in their home quarter final games earlier this week
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Weekend report (12th June 2017)
Home defeats for the 2s and 3s last weekend.
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Senior 2 Cup quarter final draw (6th June 2017)
The 1s to take on Knockharley in the last eight of the Senior 2 Cup
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Special Feature
Civil Service Cricket Club - From the Beginning

In the first of our Special Features, Anthony Morrissey dusts down the Civil Service CC archives with a marvellous insight into the social, political and sporting history of one of Ireland's oldest cricket clubs. This article is taken from the book "First Class Service" which was published in 1993 to mark the Club's 130th anniversary

(Written By Anthony Morrissey. Published 19th February 2006)
Sponsorship Opportunities
Like all amateur sporting clubs, Civil Service Cricket Club relies on sponsorships, donations and fundraisers to operate. We are therefore always seeking financial support from individuals and organisations.

We have numerous ways in which a company can become involved in developing our club. Click here to find out how ...
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