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School Life


The RGS is a strong cricketing school with excellent facilities; we run 14 teams across the school and play a variety of midweek and weekend fixtures.  We have an excellent record in the Bucks Cups, and compete in a number of other prestigious competitions Including the RGS festival, Stowe 20:20 Cup and Berkhamsted 20:20 Cup.  The highlight of the cricket calendar is in June when the RGS 1st XI play the MCC.  

FRGSCC Membership

Cricket at the school is kindly support by the parent organisation FRGSCC (Friends of Royal Grammar School Cricket Club). This organisation raises money to support cricket at the school and have recently contribute many thousands of pounds to improve the coaching and playing facilities at the school.

FRGSCC raises money in 3 ways

1. Memberships! All parents of RGS cricketers are invited to become an annual (£40PA) or life (£200) member of FRGSCC. In return for this membership you will receive an invite to the MCC match lunch, a FRGSCC Tie and the use of tea and coffee making facilities in the pavilion.

2. The committee organise the annual Bat ‘Oar’ Ball. This fundraiser is great fun night out where parents and friends of the school can support RGS Sport.

3. We run a Bi-Annual Raffle to raise further funds.

If you would like more information on how to become a member of  FRGSCC please contact Mr Berryman.

Matches and Training

 If your son wishes to be selected for matches he must attend the school training sessions. If he is unable to attend he should speak to his coach in advance of missing a session. We strive to provide pupils with a comprehensive fixture list, mixing midweek and weekend fixtures. If you know in advance that your son is unable to attend a fixture he should tell his coach in good time. If a match is called off the cancellation will be posted on the cricket fixtures section on the school website, it is advisable to check this before travelling. Parents are actively encouraged to support fixtures; if you are intending to transport your son directly to a game it is essential that your son’s coach is notified in advance.

We have been requested to recommend a coach who is able to work with students outside of school.  Rob Collins (ECB level 3 coach) is keen to work with RGS pupils and charges a competitive rate.