Indoor Cricket

During the winter there is a WCC indoor team. Indoor cricket is a fast paced, 6-a-side, 12 over per innings game played in the club's coloured kit. Whilst taking the competition seriously it also serves as a great way to keep up your skills, stay in touch with your mates and to stay involved in the game over a long winter. 



24th November 7pm vs Spencer

1st December vs LESSA Christchurch

8th December vs Hampton Wick Royal

w/c 14th November:  Two wins out of two this week which sees WCC top our group with a 100% record.  We qualify for Division 1 in the next phase of the competition - another league format from which 3 of the 4 sides will qualify for the Surrey quarter finals in January.  Results this week are:  WCC win by 2 wickets.  Chaldon 57 all out.  WCC 58/4 and WCC win by 5 wickets.  British Tamils 80 all out. Wcc 81/1 (Machado 27 not out, Rose 22)

7th November:  WCC win by 53 runs.   Another big victory last night against previously unbeaten LESSA Christchurch to make it 3 wins out of 3.  We currently top our group and 1 more win from our remaining 2 games will guarantee us winning the group.
WCC 92/5 (Machado 21, O James unbeaten last man stand of 27)  LESSA Christchurch 39 all out (E Anand 3/10)  

20th October: WCC win by 82 runs 

WCC 116/3 (Machado 27*, Rose 25*)  Fishermen 34 all out (Qadir 2/4)

13th October:  WCC win by 1 run

WCC 89/4 (Machado 44)    Old Tenisonians 88/5    

We got off to a winning start in the indoor league last night with a thrilling one run victory over Old Tenisonians – well done to all involved! 


The indoor team's season has come to an end with defeat to AZ Sports in the ECB Surrey semi-final.

Fielding first AZ Sports got 137, a just above par total. In reply Wimbledon were ahead of the rate most of the way, but kept losing wickets and eventually were bowled out for 92. Brilliant fielding accounting for most of the dismissals. Alex Hunt was the stand out bowler and James Johnston the standout batter on the night.
Although disappointing not to win the Surrey title and progress into the national rounds it has been an enjoyable and successful season winning our league. Well done to all who played. The best performers were:
Most Runs - Max Fernie (146)
Most Wickets - Carlton Anand (7)
Most Fielding Dismissals - Tom Cooper (6)

WCC v Worcester Park CC 26.11.15

A very good win last night. WCC lost the toss and were inserted. Fernie and Costin both got 25's and retired. We finished on 125. Johnson and Hunt bowled brilliantly opening up. After 4 overs Worcester Park had 9 runs! Anand and De Silva bowled well. The fielding was good and we bowled them out for 40 with two overs to go. That should be a top 4 play off place secured.

Next game is against the Tamils on the 10th of December to see who finishes top of the league......

Table -

 Well done to all involved, and have a good weekend.

Round 3 - The club got back on track with an excellent win against a strong Old Rutlishians side. 

WCC 101/3 (12 overs) (Costin 25*, Johnson 27*) v Old Rutlishians CC 90/5 (12 overs)

Scorecard -

Current Table -

The next round is on Thursday 12th November at 7pm v Spencer CC.

The second game of the season didn't quite go to plan against Hampton Wick CC.

Result: WCC 53 All Out (9.4 overs) v HWCC 55/2 (11.1 overs). Scorecard -  Current league table -

This week (22nd) we play Spencer CC. 8:30pm meet.

The team is as follows: Max Fernie, Mark Costin +*, James Johnson, Carlton Anand, Alex Hunt, Dilshan De Silva


All are welcome to come down to the club for a drink and to support the guys. 

We got the indoor season got off to a good start with a win against Ploughmans CC:

WCC 136/1 (12 overs) - Fernie, De Silva, Costin all 25*.

PCC 76 All Out (10.1 overs) - Fernie 5 run outs!


Fixture List for the season:

October 8th - vs Ploughmans (7pm)

October 15th - vs Hampton Wick (9pm)

October 22nd - vs Old Ruts  (9pm)

November 12th - Spencer (7pm)

November 19th - vs Old Tennisonians (8pm) 

November 26th - vs Worcester Park (7pm)

December 10th - vs British Tamils (8pm)

December 17th - Surrey Indoor Play-Offs

Review of the 2014/15 season:

Captained by Mark Costin Wimbledon entered the ECB Surrey Indoor League for the first time in the 2014/15 season. We managed to get strong teams out and qualified through our (Outer London) regional division to progress into the Surrey quarter final where we beat Dorking CC by 36 runs. In the semi final we beat Merrow CC by 15 runs to leave us with a final against Guildford City CC with both teams vying to be ECB Surrey champions. Our slightly above par score of 128 was chased down in the last over to see Guildford crowned and progress to the national rounds. To see the match report from the final click here:

John Harris finished top of the runs chart with 248 @ 31 and a strike rate of 190.77. James Johnson and Mark Costin finished joint top of the wickets with 8 each. John Harris finished as the MVP. Although statistically those were the standout performers, there were strong contributions from all involved at some points. For detailed break downs see below:


2014/15 Batting Stats:

2014/15 Bowling Stats:

2014/15 MVP Rankings: