Cricket Ireland Club of the Year 2019

New Social Associate Memberships

By agreement between Pembroke Cricket Club and Monkstown Rugby Club, new categories of memberships have been introduced. An Inter-Club Social Associate Membership whereby a member of either PCC or MFC is automatically a non-playing, non-voting social associate member of the the other club. No additional subscription is required. A Friends of Monkstown and Pembroke Social…
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Cyril Irwin RIP

Members, please be advised that the spreading of the ashes of our much loved and esteemed member, Cyril Irwin, will take place at Sydney Parade during the tea interval of our Men’s 1st XI game against YMCA on Saturday 21st August.   Michael Moriarty has kindly agreed to speak in Cyril’s memory on this occasion.

Cyril A Irwin – An Appreciation

By Pauline and Henry Tighe. Cyril Irwin attended Willow Park School followed by Blackrock College.  On his leaving school in 1953 he commenced his training as an accountant to successfully attain his qualification as a Chartered Accountant (FCA) in the year 1959.  Cyril spent much of his working life with the Royal College of Surgeons…
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Pembroke Minors: making history

Pembroke Minors 2019-2020 The Minor Boys Team of 2019 and 2020 are the most successful underage team in Pembroke’s long and illustrious history. Although it is nominally called a Minor Boys Team it was strengthened by an injection of Girl Power – this is all part of Pembroke’s inclusion policy where all underage kids get…
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Letter from the President

Dear Members, We hope all of you are keeping safe and well in this current crisis. Our main priority is for our families and loved ones to pull through it safely. The Pembroke 2020 season officially commences on the 13th April when the ground and pavilion is handed over to us by Monkstown FC. The…
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Registration for the 2021 Season

Please follow the attached link for details on registering with Cricket Leinster. Register

Balbirnie appointed new Ireland Test and One-Day captain

Porterfield has led the senior Irish side 253 times since taking over from former skipper Trent Johnston in 2008. He has, by some considerable distance, captained the most matches for Ireland, and – at the time of stepping down – was the longest-serving current national captain in an Irish team sport. Read more here.

Latest News

Summer Camp It’s time to get the kids signed up for some top class coaching and fun as the Pembroke Summer Camp starts on Monday 10 June. The Camp runs 5 days a week from 9.30am to 2.30pm, contact Bill Whaley at or 087 756 1537.

Please read our Child Safeguarding Statement

2019 Pembroke CC Child Protection Statement

28 July Newsletter

Sharpy’s Golden Oldies It was the best of games, it was the worst of games – mainly the latter for the Pembroke Crocks. We played on grass (insert drug joke of choice here) as Dale wanted the Alan Murray wicket to get a proper workout (what was he thinking, did he not see our teamsheet?).…
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