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Harbledown Cricket Club is a village cricket club based in Rough Common near Canterbury. The club was formed in circa 1867, making it one of the oldest cricket clubs in England.

In the summer the club competes in the Kent Village League, with the First XI competing in division 1 and the Second XI in division 3. Throughout the winter the club play in the Pharon Indoor League which takes place at the Kent County Cricket Club indoor facility.

We are a friendly, social club always welcoming new members whether you play cricket or not. So come along, drop in and meet everyone. We are situated behind the Rough Common Village Hall.

To get in touch with Harbledown CC please select one of the following options:

If you've found this page because you're on your way and lost, the nearest postcode for our ground is 'CT2 9BS'. If you can find the Rough Common Village Hall, we are located on the field directly behind it and share the  car park.