The Hills Cricket Club

Welcome to The Hills Cricket Club, One of Ireland’s strongest and most loved cricket clubs,  situated just outside the town of Skerries, in North County Dublin.

A family based club, which caters for ladies and men’s teams of all levels. We also boast a very strong underage section with both girls and boys sides. We were All Ireland Champions in 2012 and 2014. Many of our clubs members have represented Ireland and Leinster, from the senior national men’s team, down to the underage sides.

The ‘ Vineyard ‘ is one of the finest grounds in the country with a fantastic clubhouse, which is a great place to watch cricket or just relax with friends. We are a friendly and welcoming club, and once you have visited the vineyard and enjoyed its world famous charm, you will want to visit again and again!

You wont feel a stranger for long, as it is our belief that there are no such thing as strangers, only friends we are still to meet. So with this in mind, make it your business to drop into the club and see what you have been missing! If you need to get in touch with The Club or any of our executive committee please go the The Contact Us page on this site. 


President: Martin Russell

Chairman: Paul Smyth

Treasurer: Anne Murphy

Honorary Secretary: Roger Kear

Chairman of Adult Cricket: Roger Kear

Chairman of Youth Cricket: John Pope

Chairman of the House Committee: George Kitteringham

Chairman of Grounds: Willie Dwyer

General Committee Members: Conor Maguire, Katie Archer

Media Officer: Karl Freeman

Child Protection:
Jim Bennett: Child Protection Designated Liaison Person
Karen Smyth: Child Welfare Officer
Alan Courell: Child Welfare Officer

Health and Safety:
Chairman: Jim Bennett
Health and Safety Officer: Jim Garry
Executive Committee Liaison: Martin Russell

Honorary Membership Secretary:
Gillian Byrne

Clubgrade Officer (LCU Accreditation):
Jim Bennett

*We are currently building a small team to assist with Health and Safety matters so if you are interested in contributing please contact the Honorary Secretary at












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