S

Below is a listing of the first known reference in newspapers to cricket being played by teams starting with the letter S in various settlements in Wales during the 19th century.

Sandbach 1884
Saundersfoot 1873
Sennybridge and Devynock 1874
Sennybridge 1874
Severn Tunnel 1881
Shephard’s Joinery (Cefn Mably) 1899
Sirhowy Rifle Volunteers 1861
Six Bells 1894
Skewen 1879
Skewen and District 1861
South Hook (Royal Artillery) 1874
South Tenby 1861
South Wales Rangers 1886
Southerndown 1877
Southerndown and St Brides 1871
St. Arvans 1888
St. Asaph 1854
St. Briavels 1867
St. Brides and Southerndown 1871
St. Brides Major 1880
St. Cadvan (Towyn) 1876
St. Clears 1883
St. David’s Church 1895
St. David’s (Pentre) 1897
St. Elvan’s Church Crusaders 1882
St. George’s-super-Ely 1892
St. Hilary 1887
St. Hilda’s 1891
St. Ishmaels 1882
St. John’s (Clydach) 1897

St. John’s, Skewen 1899

Credit – Glamorgan Cricket Archives.


St. Mary’s (Aberavon) 1897
St. Mary’s Academy (Bettws) 1874
St. Mary’s Hill School (Llanvair) 1869
St. Nicholas 1881
St. Nicholas and Cottrell 1883
St. Peter’s (Carmarthen) 1869
St. Peters College 1884
St. Quintins 1873
St. Teilo’s (Pontarddulais) 1896
St. Thomas Young Men’s Association 1883
Star of Tredegar 1877
Sudbrook 1891
Sully 1871
Swansea (see Swansea)