We are a thriving family-focused club based in the heart of Peterborough and boast one of the most picturesque cricket grounds in the area.
And thanks to the building of our pavilion extension last year, we now have excellent off-field facilities too as we look to take the club from strength to strength both on and off the pitch.
We offer a warm welcome to all levels of cricketers – and cricket fans. On Saturdays, our 1st XI compete in Division One of the Huntingdonshire League, while our 2nd XI play in Division Three.
This year we have also entered our Sunday team in Division Four of the Rutland & District League where many of our promising youngsters will get their first taste of senior cricket.
We are especially proud of our rapidly-growing women’s and girls’ sections and this season we will be competing in the Women’s Midlands League Division Two.
Backed by a fine selection of ECB-qualified coaches and workaholic team managers, our junior section is a major source of club pride with a huge number of our youngsters - both boys and girls - representing Huntingdonshire at age group level.
We run Under-9, Under-11, Under-13 and Under-15 teams for boys and girls in both the Hunts Youth League and the Borders Association Youth League, making Orton Park one of the busiest - and most successful - clubs in the county.
If you would like any more information about the cricket club, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
LAST MATCH: Beat Houghton & Wyton by 129 runs
Orton Park 208-9 (Clive Evans 58, Tom Wilkin 36)
Houghton & Wyton 79 (Adam Boothman 5-29, Ethan Debell 3-33)
LAST MATCH: Beat Kings Keys by 4 wickets
Kings Keys 179-7 (Martin Godhard 4-40, Ethan Debell 2-21)
Orton Park 2nds 180-6 (Nick Bradbury 68no, Matthew Jarvis 45, Sam Jarvis 29)
LAST MATCH: Lost to Ufford Park by 8 runs
Ufford Park 232 (Ethan Debell 4-37, Natalie Durham 2-44)
Orton Park 224-7 (Sam Jarvis 78, Jalen James 65no, Cam Harris 29)
LAST MATCH: Lost to Welbeck by 132 runs
Welbeck 261-4 (Babs Moore 2-12)
Orton Park 129-7 (Natalie Durham 34, Babs Moore 23)