Stenton and Tyninghame Cricket Club was formed by the creation of the pitch at Tyninghame as a home for the nomadic Stenton Cricketers who had, for some time, been looking for a base from which to return the hospitality of the local East Lothian village clubs.
The Club was thus formed in 2002 and we now play our home matches in a beautiful location on the edge of Tyninghame village, courtesy of the generous patronage of Lord Haddington.
Tyninghame is a small village on the banks of the ‘other’ River Tyne, between East Linton and Dunbar near the east coast –
a highly fertile rural landscape, with big skies and far reaching views of the Lammermuir Hills to the south, making ours
one of the prettiest grounds in the county.
Our season typically revolves around a dozen East Lothian Last Man Stands (LMS) matches (typically on Tuesdays) - plus some traditional 30 to 40 over fixtures on Sundays. We have quite a tight squad of 25 paid-up playing members, so we’re always on the lookout for newcomers, especially local ones.