On the 28th May 2005 the Farmers Field and Clubhouse were officially opened by England legend Geoffrey Boycott, while former England captain Mike Gatting OBE represented the first Farmers XI in the inaugural match against the Jersey Island Cricket Club (JICC).
This was the culmination to years of planning and hard work from our dedicated club members. Due to the excellence of the playing surface and facilities, Farmers Field is now a much sought after venue for prestigious fixtures in the cricketing calendar. We have played host to numerous ICC World Cricket League and European Cricket tournaments, Middlesex CCC, the MCC, as well as other high profile touring sides from the UK.
On January 2009 club members voted in favour of a merger with Caesareans CC. This move pooled the resources of both clubs and gave the new entity a presence in the highest levels of island cricket, and the club can now boast several Jersey Island players in its ranks.
In 2013 the club’s 1st XI won the T20 Premier League, our first piece of Premier League silverware since the merger of Farmers and Caesareans. The 2nd XI won the Division 1 40 over league and the 3rd XI won the Division 2 40 over league.
The Social XI continues to play friendly fixtures with both visiting and local sides. We always aim to provide a friendly, family atmosphere in which cricket can be enjoyed by players and spectators alike.
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