A decade of success culminated in the club winning the last ever Bolton & District Cricket Association title in 2015, exactly 125 years since the formation of the club. Last year in the first year in the newly created Greater Manchester Cricket League was less successful with relegation to from Division One to Division Two.
However the club is looking to bounce right back and are excited to announce the signing of our first overseas amateur, Liam O'Hare, a class batsman from Brisbane, Australia.
The club, originally known as Swinton Methodist's Cricket Club started playing cricket in Swinton in 1890.
We currently have three senior teams.
All three teams will play in the new GREATER MANCHESTER CRICKET LEAGUE
The club runs a vibrant junior section with sides at under 9, 11, 13, and 15 age groups. The club is committed to the development of cricket in the area, being an active member of Salford Youth Cricket Development group. All our coaches are ECB qualified and each year we actively seek to increase the number of internal coaches. The club actively seeks to integrate junior players into the senior sides.