Egerton Park Cricket Club
Due to the Pandemic
The EPCC 2020 Past Players Luncheon, scheduled to take place on 1st August 2020, has been Cancelled.
Egerton Park Cricket Club Statement
Egerton Park Cricket Club Committee has started the processes
to resume Recreational Cricket.
It has been agreed to Play Grantham League Sunday Cricket .
Practice / Net / Coaching Sessions are still under Limited Availabilty
and can only be held under strict Guidlines.
Due to the current restrictions, not all Club facilities will be made available.
If you intend to visit EPCC, then please make your own arrangements for provisions.
As EPCC is in transition process and any updates will be posted on this Website
If you are showing any signs of COVID-19 symptoms,
Please do not attend any Matches or Events at our Venue.
Remain at Home and get yourself tested as soon as possible.
It is with the deepest sadness that Egerton Park Cricket Club announces the passing of the Club Chairman David Glover.
David took the responsibility of being a Member to the highest level. He was a Player, Coach, Groundsman and Chairman.
Always available and making a huge contribution to the running of the Club.
He carried out a lot of work behind the scenes for the Club, which many may never realise.
David was a great friend to all of the Members.
He will be a great loss to Egerton Park Cricket Club.
Our thoughts and condolences are with Marie, Victoria, Tom and Kat, at this very difficult time.
I played cricket for Scalford in the late 1950’s and early 60’s in the field opposite Red House Farm, the home of the Glover family. I was much the junior member playing alongside David’s dad , Norman and his uncle Mike Taplin. David would have been running round the outfield and the village in those days. He came to play at Egerton Park in the early 1990’s and became a loyal and valuable team member with his left arm spinners. He took on the captaincy of the A team , making such a success of it that the team won the league in 2006.
Always prepared to take on responsibility he became Vice Chairman of the club and took over the Chair when I “retired” in 2015. Together with his wife Marie, they organised the bar, always prepared to serve customers when required. He took retirement from his job at Jeldwen just a year ago, looking forward to working on the pitch and preparing wickets . With the advent of Covid 19, there was a only a very limited amount of cricket possible. None the less, he and I were working together September applying loam and fertiliser to make sure the wicket would be in the best possible condition for the 2021 season. He was looking forward to spring, to get out there mowing and rolling for the new season.
His passing is a tragic loss for his family, Marie, Tom and Victoria. After 30 years of making lasting contribution to the club, David will be missed by the players, members and his friends at Egerton Park Cricket Club.