The club was formed in 1875 when the tradesmen of Esher Cricket Club split from the gentlemen of that club and moved to the common at West End. Cricket has been played on the Green continuously since then, apart from a short break, during the Second World War when the common was dug up for cultivation. Something our Groundsman is convinced that several of our players are still trying to do today!
The Junior Section started in 2009 and blossomed in 2015 with over 80 boys and girls from ages 6 to 14 regularly attending the Friday night coaching sessions on the Green. While many of their parents took advantage of the convivial atmosphere of the West End Social Club bar to wind down at the end of a busy week.
West End (Esher) CC is a club in all senses of the word with members of all the sides celebrating (often) and commiserating (much less often) together, especially at week-ends. So if you are serious about your cricket, want to participate in a lively social scene or would just like to be a non-playing member, helping out in other ways, please contact us either by getting in touch with any of the Officers of the club who will be pleased to help you or E-mailing us from the Useful Contacts page. You will be more than welcome.