Peshwa CC was formed in August 2002 by a handful of very keen, passionate and enthusiastic club cricketers that originate from Maharashtra - a mid west state in India. Maharashtrian cities such as Mumbai (formerly Bombay), Pune, Nagpur have generated talented cricketers for the National team and what started as a friendly beer match at Kenton CC on the 18th August 2002 continues to grow - we currently run two sides in the Middlesex League playing regular Saturday cricket. Age, race/ religion and abilities are not the membership criteria - enthusiasm to learn the game and comradeship are the key factors
Having trialled a friendly side in the formative years, the season 2004 saw Peshwa CC debut successfully in the 1987 League finishing runners up. With the increase of player members, we formed two sides and currently have our home ground at Metropolitan Police Sports Ground, Bushey Sports Club, Bushey. Apart from the Saturday cricket, we organise various social events (Darbars) to strengthen the friendships. Winter training takes place via indoor nets and the club is run by an elected committee to steer the continual progression.
Over the years, strong friendships have been formed and today Peshwa CC is a wonderful, welcoming collection of cricket enthusiasts. We encourage social interaction outside of the playing fields and the better halves of the club members have formed their successful grouping. We welcome all new members with the same enthusiasm and within no time they become an integral part of the club. This welcoming, embracing spirit is the true secret of the clubs success
PESHWAs were the last successful ruling administrators from 1749 to 1818 in
Western India and in keeping with the 'PESHWAI values' - we value competitiveness, open
communications and embrace the spirit of cricket on and off the field.
For membership please contact: Membership Secretary Mr. Sudhir Auti email@example.com