Women & Girls


Cricket is one of the few sports in which women and girls can play both in female only and mixed gender formats.

As a sport it offers numerous fantastic opportunities for women and girls, not only as players but also as coaches, umpires and scorers to name just a few of the crucial roles in cricket.

The different number of playing formats, from humble beginner to seasoned professional, is vast, so we at Lincolnshire Cricket are confident we can find the right game for you.

As well as Women’s Softball Festivals, we have the Lincolnshire Women’s League, which provides opportunities for women and girls to play structured and competitive hardball cricket for their clubs. 

For more information, fixtures, results and statistics, go to our Lincolnshire Women’s League Play-Cricket site.

We also have a partnership with the East Midlands Women’s Cricket League, and are keen to support more clubs in the county to develop and grow their women’s sections, enabling them to take part in the various playing formats they can provide. To find out more about the East Midlands Women’s Cricket League click here. 

 For further information on how you or your club can get involved, contact our Women and Girls Development Officer, Abbie Johnson – abbie.johnson@lincscricket.co.uk