King George the Fifth Memorial Fields (KGV)
The KGV is home to the Guernsey Cricket Board, St Jacques Rugby Club, Touch Rugby, Rangers FAC, Guernsey Walking Football Club, our own bar and now includes the first full size 3G pitch in Guernsey.
The KGV redevelopment is ongoing, as the KGV evolves so will this site to reflect the changes at the home of local sport. In 2018 Guernsey Cricket signed a 5 year agreement with the KGV to have full use of the facilities. The Guernsey Cricket office is located on the top floor of the buidling. The ground consists of two artificial nets and six grass nets. On the square there is eleven grass wickets and one artifical wicket. The KGV has most recently held a T20 World Cup European Qualifier.
College Field (CF)
The College Field complex on Rue à L’Or on the outskirts of St Peter Port comprises a cricket field and football pitch. One of the most picturesque grounds in Guernsey overlooked by a classic Victorian Pavilion and sheltered by large oak trees. The ground consists of eleven grass wickets and one artificial wicket. The ground also has two artificial nets. The College Field was once again used for the recent T20 World Cup European Qualifier.
The Memorial Field (MF)
The Memorial Field facilities include an all-weather hockey pitch and a large field used for both cricket and football. The recently built Robin Roussel Pavilion is an excellent facility providing a refectory and two viewing galleries as well as four changing rooms. The cricket square consists of five grass wickets and one artificial wicket. The complex also consists of two artificial nets.
The most recent cricket pitch creating in Guernsey is at Blanchelande College. With beautiful views across the valley to the Rocquettes Cider Orchards Blanchelande College cricket pitch rivals the College Field for stunning views. This recently held the annual Lord Taverners Cricket function raising valuable funds for the Lord Taverners.
Port Soif Cricket gorund is located on the West coast of Guernsey and until recently was the second ground for Guernsey Cricket. It is now used for lower divisions evening league cricket and has most recently had the atrificial wicket relaid.
Indoor Sports Centre (Winter Cricket)
Guernsey Cricket have now signed a winter deal with the Indoor Sports Centre (ISC) to become the home of Guernsey Cricket between September and April. The new refurbished court have a new floor and installed a high spec 5mm thick knotless netting which is usually used for the hammer throw. This innovative solution from Sportsafe was required as nets players use the perimeter netting to rebound their body weight during a game. The nets were put under extreme tension to create a trampoline capability which would fit with players’ requirements.