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Cricket at Woodbridge School is hugely popular with both boys and girls, and enjoys an enviable reputation on our local circuit. We have achieved much success over the years, regularly winning many of our matches against other schools, and the number of students we attract is continually on the rise. Our beautiful grounds allow for fantastic matches that incorporate the traditional atmosphere of cricket with the modern game.

Giving boys and girls a chance to play at the highest level

Our bespoke year-round programme gives students the opportunity to develop a range of essential skills that will allow them to develop their talents and significantly improve their sporting abilities. We have weekly coaching sessions with Suffolk county coaches who assist with our cricketing development.



During the Trinity term, cricket is the main sport played by both boys and girls. Cricket is played during games lessons and there are extra-curricular sessions for every year group/team.


Special events

The school play a keenly-contested annual match against the Old Woodbridgians, with the OWs captained by Huw Tubervill, editor of ‘The Cricketer’ magazine.


Notable achievements

  • 24 students involved in County Cricket Trials in 2019.
  • Three Essex Performance Pathway Players.
  • One pupil invited to England Girls Elite Pathway.
  • Boys and girls as U13 County finalists.



We enjoy links with Woodbridge Cricket Club, as well as Easton and Melton Cricket Clubs.




Meet the staff

Head of Cricket: Ian Simpson

Ian is an ECB Level 2 Coach, Level 3 performance coach, Suffolk County cricket youth cricket squad coach since 2012, and Suffolk regional elite player coach for three years, working with young players from the Eastern Counties.

External coaches are Level 3 performance coaches, who have been involved with Suffolk County Cricket men’s senior squads and youth cricket squads.

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