Luton Hindu Community

Wicketz have assisted in breaking down geo-political barriers and assisted in transforming traditional mindsets. The club were predominantly from their own ethnicities; however, our influence has introduced Pakistani, Indian (Hindu & Sikh), Bengali, Afghani, Caribbeans and Sri Lankan’s to their teams.

Luton Town & Indians Cricket Club..

A successful merger was completed in 2002 between Luton Town Cricket Club and Luton Indians Cricket Club forming Luton Town & Indians Cricket Club. Both clubs brought their strengths together to form a partnership and to build upon their rich historical cricketing traditions. The club is focused on becoming the leading club for cricket in the region going forward.

With four adult teams playing on both Saturdays and Sundays the new club is now fully established, the teams are all in a position to challenge for honours and are giving good accounts of themselves. A flourishing colts section now with over 100 colts, that is consistently challenging for honours has built a formidable reputation in the local area after the continued success stories.

The club encourages a safe family environment for people from diverse backgrounds to enjoy and feel at home. There are many social events organised throughout the year to encourage the use of the clubs facilities.

The focus is on continuous improvement throughout the club, building upon the standards set, the clubhouse, scoreboard, ground and nets have been modernised.

Luton Town & Indians CC

  • Wicketz has supported LTICC and signposted the most talented cricketers from the programme to join their club.
  • They have 5 adult teams and 6 youth teams and around 40% of the youth teams have progressed from the Wicketz programme.
  • Our female Wicketz volunteers Nafhat Bausi and Hira Raza are both participants in their female cricket team.
  • Wicketz has supported in guiding ECB to invest in LTICC and as a consequence they now have a two-lane cricket net facility. (installed May 2020)
  • Danial Haider from LTICC has become an ECB Level 2 coach and is now a lead coach in the Wicketz programme.