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Our Club 

Four time National Village knockout finalists bringing the trophy back to North Yorkshire on two occasions. The club first achieved national fame in 1976 when it reached the final of the National Village knockout competition, only to lose narrowly to Cornish side Troon. That bitter sweet memory was laid to rest in 2010 when the club finally became National Village Champions when their second visit to HQ saw them record a seven wicket victory over Shipton under Wychwood CC. The club's third visit to Lords in 2016 saw the club bring the silverware home before loosing to Reed CC in the 2017 National Final. The Club has 3 senior Saturday teams as well as thriving junior section with over 120 members, our junior teams cover Under 18, U15, U13, U11 and U9 age groups. The progress of the club with regard to Women and Girls cricket is such that Sessay is now a satellite club for Women and Girls cricket in North Yorkshire. The Emeralds (our female section) are well known as a strong female division of the club, not only in the local area but nationally.  We have three senior Emeralds teams as well as thriving Emerald's junior teams.   As well as the cricket itself, the club offers a thriving social calendar with regular get togethers throughout the year, which also sees the club football team; Sessay CC FC and a Sessay darts team taking their place in local leagues.

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