We also deliver:
- Net hire
- Hall hire
- Professional club coaching
- 121 or small group coaching
- Bowling machine hire including the Merlyn spin machine
- Performance video analysis.
In addition to the hiring within the centre, we also deliver holidays Cricket courses, club coaching and school coaching across Hampshire, Berkshire and Surrey. Making us the one stop shop for year round cricket coaching for any age or ability! Our indoor cricket has a seating area which looks into the playing arena so parents and partners can now sit down and relax whilst the cricketers are busy in the nets. We also have our book/magazine corner which you can sit and read. Also available on site is:
- Millichamp & Hall new pop up shop
- Free on-site parking
- Free WIFI
- Kitchen facilities
- Male and Female Changing rooms
- Drinks vending machine
Eversley Cricket Centre Operational Rules 2020
Thank you for booking with us please read carefully the procedures when using the facility.
The EICC / ITC is owned by the Eversley Sports Association – ESA – and is located at Fox Lane, Eversley, RG27 0NS on the grounds and property of the ESA.
The Management Company for the cricket centre are Supersportz – who manage and operate the facility on behalf of the ESA, by deed of an operating license.
The changing block that is adjacent to the EICC, is not available during the Covid 19 pandemic. If toilets are required, then the user will do so at their own risk. This is because it is a multiuse facility and is frequently used by other users of the ESA grounds and facilities at Fox Lane and adjacent Cross Green.
For any emergencies please call us on:
Steve Bucksey (Operations Manager) 07904 102654
James Phillips (Director) 07775 598686
CONDITIONS FOR CLUB/GROUP HIRERS DURING COVID 19
- Do not come to the Centre if you have any Covid 19 symptoms
- Arrive in playing clothes and bring a non marking footwear for the playing area
- Have a full register of all group members, coaches and assistants (this register must be made available to Supersportz on demand)
- Club risk assessment needs to be completed before the session as per the ECB guidelines
- The cricket centre has a NHS Test & Trace QR which we would ask you use
- No entry until previous hirer has left and Centre is cleaned and sanitised for use. Wait in the area marked outside the door
- All players are to be signed in via social distancing at the door
- No entry to parents/spectators (unless group is for young children/people with a disability) – all must be included on the register and must be seated and wearing masks
- Follow signs to kit drop off and entry to playing area
- Maximum 24 in playing area
- No food or drink in the playing area
- All water bottles must be placed outside playing area with kit
- All empty bottles and rubbish to be taken home
- Clubs must follow ECB guidelines for indoor cricket
CLUBS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR:
- Cleaning/Sanitisation if there are multiple sessions within the hire
- First Aid (there is a Defibrillator in the changing block – door code C123)
- Signing in players
- Their own insurance
- Their own safeguarding procedures
- Preventing unauthorised spectators from entering the premises
- Ensuring that all members of the group leave the premises 5 minutes before the end time of their hire
- Please pull out and push back the nets carefully at all times and ensure they do not snag on the batting wall end bagging up clips but are attached to the back netting by the clips provided at the bowling end.
- NO CHILDREN TO MOVE THE NETTING AT ANYTIME
- No climbing on the netting
- IR heaters are installed to boost ambient temperatures; their operational levels pre-set for your use.
- No food or drink is allowed in the playing area.
- Only wear non-marking soles in the playing area.
- NO CHALK to be used in the playing area.
- All children under 18 must wear a helmet when batting against a hard ball.
- IF YOU ARE THE LAST ONE USING THE FACILITY PLEASE TURN LIGHTS OFF, CLOSE MAIN DOOR
SITE SPEED RESTRICTIONS – Exceeding the 5mph speed limit causes undue wear to the roads and car parks, and additional expense; if a driver is observed obviously exceeding 5mph, the registration number of the vehicle and driver’s name will be noted, a verbal warning will be issued, including a request not to speed in future: this information will be distributed to the ESA and member clubs.