Sports Clubs

Sports and Social Club

As well as numerous sporting activities on offer, the Club offers a bar with pool and snooker, a large hall, function room, and many organised events, including Dominoes; Fitness and Dance Classes; Quiz Nights; Barn Dances etc. The hall with a fully appointed kitchen is available for hire for anniversaries, weddings and all commercial or private events.

Contact: 01347 810216 (evenings only)   01347 811443 (answerphone)  

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The club was established over 100 years ago. It is well-known in the local area for its excellent ground with changing rooms and showers along with the club bar. The club firmly believes in the encouragement of youngsters through Easingwold FC  who have organised games for different age groups - boys and girls.

Marton Abbey FC are currently based here with two teams.

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The Cricket Club was formed in 1887, and has two teams competing in the York and District League and one team in the evening Pilmore League. Junior matches for different age groups and weekly coaching sessions are arranged. Cricket nets for all to use are available throughout the season.

Contact:  01347 810216 (evenings) or email:



The club was founded in 1978 and boasts one of the finest greens in the area, together with a fully equipped Clubhouse. The club has teams playing in different leagues during the Outdoor Season between May and September, as well as internal competitions. There are also ample opportunities for purely social bowling.

New members, whether experienced bowlers or beginners are made very welcome. If you haven't played bowls before but would like to give it a try, there is always someone available to teach you the basics of the game.

Contact: Nigel Marsh 01347 810897 or Harold Tomlinson 01347 811443


Short Mat Bowls

The club meets in the Village Hall during the winter months. Practice sessions take place on Tuesday afternoons from 1pm to 5pm. The club plays matches in the Kyle Valley Triples League.

Contact: Nigel Marsh 01347 810897



The club was formed in 1977 and has 3 newly refurbished synthetic grass courts at the Sports and Social Club. Play is possible most of the year, and club sessions for Senior and Intermediate players are held on Saturday afternoons from 2pm. Match practice sessions for team and aspiring team players are held on Sunday evenings from 6pm

Junior Tennis takes place on Saturday mornings in June and July with a tournament in July. Group coaching for adults can be arranged.

The club has two mixed teams in the York and District Tennis League.

Contact: Ken Stirk 01347 810531 or Graham Cookman 01347 810047

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Stillington Squash Rackets Club is a members-run club which was founded in the early 1980s. It has two squash courts and appropriate changing facilities, and is linked with Stillington Sports and Social Club, where bar facilities are available.

The club is run by a small committee of elected members.

Group coaching takes place on Wednesday evenings and personal coaching is ny arrangement ladder system operates for players of all standards. There are three senior teams and one ladies' team playing in the York and District Winter League, and one mixed team in the Summer League. Annual events include a handicapped tournament and open club tournaments.

Membership Secretary: Martin Lawrence    Email:

Coaches: Fiona Howell 07730 038312 and Marie Elcock 07717 497811 

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Primetime is aimed at people with a sporting interest but are less able than they used to be.Boccia and Kurling are seated games for older people. It is competitive, fun and very sociable.
We meet every Friday afternoon 1pm - 3pm in the Village Hall.

Contact: Yvonne Murphy 01347 811544