CKC Ambassador Jenny Gunn MBE Makes History
On Sunday, 25th March, both the England women's team and Jenny Gunn made history in their second tri-series match against India at the Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai.
Having taken three wickets to help England beat Australia earlier in the week, Jenny Gunn became the first player, male or female, to reach 100 Twenty20 caps in England's victory against India. The victory itself was also a record breaker as Danni Wyatt scored a 52-ball century to chase down India's score of 198 and record the highest succesful run chase in a women's Twenty20 international.
England now top the group with two wins from two and will play Austrlia again on 28th March and India on 29th March.
Congratulations to England and to Jenny. Good luck for the rest of the tri-series!
Our New Logo
Our new logo symbolises modern-age cricket, and its vibrant colours represent the younger generation. Whilst we have changed the colours and feel of the logo, to represent new thinking and the way forward, we have retained the stumps from the original CKC logo. The stumps represent our decades-old focus to use cricket as a vehicle to improve the social, emotional and physical development of children and young people from most deprived areas of London. As we move towards the 30th year of our establishment, the launch of our new logo is a significant landmark.