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The Hampshire Hogs Cricket Club, founded in 1887, has over 400 members and plays mainly declaration cricket against a variety of opposition, including MCC, I Zingari, Free Foresters and international touring sides.

As well as a full Men's side, the Hogs also run an Academy (Under 25) and Junior sides.

Almost all of the 50 or so annual fixtures are played at the club’s beautiful ground at Warnford, set in the picturesque Meon Valley, and home to the Hogs since 1966.

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President’s Day – 9th August 2019


Friday 9th August 2019 President’s Day is the climax of Hog week, a celebration of wandering cricket. This year the President’s Day will be a week earlier than usual as the Ashes Test at Lords will be from the 14th to the 18th August. This is an important date as being before the Glorious 12th a

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New for 2019 – President’s BBQs


The first BBQ is this Sunday – 5th May The first of the President’s BBQs for 2019 is at Warnford on Sunday, 5th May, at 1:00pm. Come along and watch the Hogs play the Grannies and support the cricketers, meet up with your old cricketing friends and enjoy our beautiful cricket ground. Peter Came, the

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New payment option at the Warnford pavilion


Card payment machine installed… A new season and a new, simpler way to pay match fees, bar bills and regalia purchases. A card payment machine has been installed which will take contactless and PIN transactions to make it easier for Hogs to settle their dues on match days. Match fees will no longer be paid

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Frank Higgs Day Events


The Frank Higgs Day celebrates the start of the Hampshire Hogs cricket season. Frank Higgs was the principal umpire for the Hogs between 1971 and 1982, and is well remembered for his cry “Gentlemen, cricket!” with which he opened each session of play. After his passing a fund in memorial for his passion for cricket

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You will have heard that John Manners died recently. The oldest living Hog (just!) and the oldest living First Class Cricketer. What a wonderfully charming man and we were blessed that he joined us at Presidents Day a couple of years ago.


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Parking for Ian Grant’s funeral.

Wednesday 22nd January 2020


As a result of the wet weather recently, we have no access to the parking on the Meadow behind the Hospital of St Cross and only a very limited number of spaces close to the Church.

We have had to reserve these for people that have difficulty in walking very far.

There are a number of options. In all the options below, we have organised for a taxi company to be on hand to give you a FREE lift to and from your car.

Their details are:

Wessex Taxis
01962 877749

Code: Ian Grant

1) If people want to try and park nearer, in total there are about 10 spaces on-street in Mead Road opposite The Bell Pub.

2) There are Car Parks in the City Centre – the largest are close to the station and there are several there. If you park there please use the taxi service above.

3) To use the Park & Ride those attending need to use Winchester South car park. From there they need to take NOT the Park and Ride bus but instead exit the car park onto Otterbourne Road to take the Blue Bus (Bluestar number 1 bus). This stops just by the entrance (opposite The Bell).

4) If you park in the City centre and prefer the bus (possible but unlikely!) you can also catch the Blue Bus the other way from central Winchester and ride the 1 mile out to St Cross.
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