SULCC is a friendly and welcoming club for cricketers of all abilities! Don't be afraid to join, whether you are completely new to cricket or have been playing for years! Drinking socials and non-drinking socials every other week!

Welcome to SULCC! We are a fun and welcoming club for cricketers of all abilities, especially beginners! 

We train once a week on Sundays and host weekly drinking and non-drinking Wednesday socials! 

We have two teams; our hard-ball 1XI who compete in the South Hampshire Indoor Cricket League and BUCS, and the Dynamos who play softball cricket.

Any questions or queries can be directed to our lovely committee: 

President - Lauren Punter - 

Vice President - Savannah Harris  

Team Captain - Megan Lawie 

Secretary - Logan Soares 

Treasurer - Jessica Bull

Social Secs - Grace Duncumb and Huma Shaikh 

Welfare Sec - Lauren Porter 

Social Media Sec- Misha Patel 


Make sure to check out/join our social medias:

Instagram: @sulccy

Twitter: @SULCC2

Facebook: Southampton University Ladies Cricket Club (SULCC)

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The Committee

All clubs and societies within the Students' Union are run entirely by students. The student committee for Cricket (Ladies) this year are:

Alexandra Myall
1st Team Captain
Megan Lawie
2nd Team Captain
Logan Soares
Kit Secretary
Lauren Punter
Misha Patel
Social Media Secretary
Grace Duncumb
Social Secretary
Huma Shaikh
Social Secretary
Jessica Bull
Savannah Harris
Vice President
Lauren Porter
Welfare Secretary

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