Hastings And St Leonards Priory Cricket Club
Hastings and St Leonards Priort Cricket Club (often shortened down to Hastings Priory) is a cricket club in Hastings, East Sussex. The club is based at Horntye Park, where the 1st XI and 2nd XI play their home fixtures.
The club has fifteen teams including five mens teams, one ladies team, seven boys teams and two girls teams. The 1st XI and 2nd XI play in the Sussex Cricket League and play their home fixtures at Horntye Park, the 3rd XI and 4th XI play in the East Sussex Cricket League and play their home fixtures at William Parker Sports College.
... Sussex Cricket League Premier Division champions 1999, 2002, 2003, 2011. ...
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