Cricket Club

Cricket Club competes as a member of the Mid-Atlantic Cricket Conference against clubs from Virginia, Maryland and North Carolina.  Both new and experienced cricket players are welcome to join the club.

Cricket Club

The Virginia Tech Cricket Club was established in 1996 and is generally regarded as one of the more competitive clubs in the mid-Atlantic and east coast regions.  In addition to competing as a member of the MACC (Mid-Atlantic Cricket Conference) against clubs from Virginia, Maryland and North Carolina, the club works to bring increased exposure of the sport to the VT community.  Club membership is open to both new and experienced players; the club will teach the sport to all interested students.  

Gifts made to Virginia Tech Club Cricket will help pay for tournament entry fees, equipment and travel expenses.

In addition to making a financial donation directly to the VT Cricket Club, another significant way to support the club is to donate to the Sport Club Fields Turf Conversion Project.  The goal of this vital Recreational Sports initiative is to convert two of the four sport club bermuda grass fields to a multi-sport, multi-purpose artificial turf facility that can accommodate the Baseball, Field Hockey, Lacrosse, Rugby, Soccer, Cricket and Softball clubs.  The turf conversion will enable all outdoor clubs to practice and host games and tournaments even in wet weather, a frequent occurrence in Blacksburg.  Our team and Recreational Sports value this project and are working to make it a reality, and gifts from generous Hokies like you will help make this happen.  If you would like to donate to the Turf Conversion Project, please donate to the "Sport Club Initiatives" account that has been established for this purpose.

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