Luckett is a
small ex-mining village in South East Cornwall on the Devon Cornwall border. We
have a strong cricketing tradition reaching back over a 100 years and are proud
to have been playing at our current ground the Chapel field for 80 years.
Our ground has all the modern day
facilities that the Cornwall cricket league requires including sight screens,
large double bay nets and up to date changing rooms with twin showers and the
best view on the ground is saved for the scorers in our two tier score box.
We have two Saturday sides, our 1st
team currently playing in division 2 east and our 2nd team after
winning division 4 last season , playing in division 3 east. We also have a
twenty-twenty side playing in the Tamar evening league which we won in 2015 and were runners up in the evening league cup. Our ground is often
used by Cornwall to hold county games and this season coming we welcome
Cornwall under 14s & 15s to our ground.
In 2014 we saw something special at Luckett, as we set the Cornish record for
the highest team score of 513 for 5 with Andrew Brenton also setting the
highest individual score of 311 whilst sharing in the highest partnership of
468 with Jack Sleep 143. This is something at the club that we are very proud
So if you’re looking for a game of cricket
on a Saturday or just fancy popping down for a cup of tea and watching you’re
more than welcome.