Newport

The first known reference to cricket being played in Newport dates from 1820. Below is a listing of the first known reference in newspapers to cricket being played by other teams based in Newport during the 19th century.

Abergavenny and Hereford Railway 1857
Alexandra 1876
Atheneneum 1864
Ayron House 1880
Baldwin’s Works 1879
Banks 1878
Barbarians 1898
Barracks 1873
Borough Police 1893
Caerau Park School 1876
Caledonians 1887
Caxtonians (Printers) 1896
Celtic 1898
Christchurch 1864
Clytha 1879
Clytha Park School 1880
Collegiate School 1888
Commercials 1859
Dos Works 1859
Drapers 1880
Engineers 1864
Excelsior 1876
Garrison 1859
Glassworks 1890
Gold Tops 1891
Grammar School 1875
GWR 1859
Holford House School 1880
Holy Trinity 1881
Juniors 1886
London House 1894
Maindee 1873
Maindee Goodwill 1875
Milling Company 1898
Mountain Battery 1897
Northern 1894
Phoenix 1870
Pillgwenlly 1892
Pillgwenlly Thursdays 1893
Police 1894
Rassau School 1893
Rugby Club 1879
Springfield 1880
St. Mark’s 1881
St. Woolo’s 1853
Tabernacle 1891
Tabernacle Sunday School 1874
The Oaks 1866
Tradesmen 1849
Travellers 1885
Tredegar Park 1870
Tydee / Tydu 1872
United 1861
Uskside 1851
Victoria 1870
Volunteers 1867
Vulcan 1891
Wesleyans 1881
Wesleyan Sunday School 1896
West End 1860
West Park 1899
Western Valleys and Newport Engineers 1864
White Star 1872
Whitson 1891
Workingmen 1882
Yeomanry 1899
Young Men’s Friendly Society 1881