1982 Alan Gibson
1985 Michael Melford
1983-1984 Tony Lewis
1986-2004 John Woodcock
2004-2008 Derek Hodgson
2008-2010 Robin Marlar
2011-2013 Christopher Martin-Jenkins
2013-2018 David Warner
2018- Mike Selvey
1948-1949 Jim Swanton
1950 Jim Kilburn
1951 Alec Ledbrooke
1952 Bruce Harris
1953 Charles Bray
1954 Neville Cardus
1955 Norman Preston
1956 John Bapty
1957 Brian Johnston
1958 John Kay
1959 R.C. "Crusoe" Robertson-Glasgow
1960 Alex Bannister
1961 Bill Bowes
1962 Michael Melford
1963 Crawford White
1964 Brian Chapman
1965 Basil Easterbrook
1966 John Woodcock
1967 Leslie Smith
1968 Jim Kilburn
1969 John Solan
1970-1971 Peter West
1972 John Arlott
1973 Ian Peebles
1974 Reg Hayter
1975 Richie Benaud
1976-1977 Roy Ullyett
1978 Denis Compton
1979 Harold Abel
1980-1981 Tony Pawson
1982-1984 Peter Smith
1985-1987 Brian Scovell
1988-1991 Robin Marlar
1991-1993 Christopher Martin-Jenkins
1994-1996 Jack Bannister
1997-1998 Patrick Eagar
1999-2000 Colin Bateman
2001-2002 John Etheridge
2003-2004 Colin Evans
2005-2008 Graham Morris
2008-2014 Pat Gibson
2014-2019 Mark Baldwin
2019- Alison Mitchell
1947-1948 Bruce Harris
1948-1953 Charles Bray
1953-1969 Jim Kilburn
1969-1977 John Kay
1977-1986 Robin Marlar
1986-2004 Derek Hodgson
2004-2007 Brian Scovell
2007-2017 Julian Guyer
2017 Alan Gardner
2018 Vithushan Ehantharajah
Will Macpherson
1947-1958 Alec Ledbrooke
1958-1977 John Kay
1977-1986 Robin Marlar
1986-2017 Wendy Wimbush
2017- Marcus Hook
Life Members
Qamar Ahmed
Mike Beddow
Colin Evans
David Foot
David Frith
Pat Gibson
Robin Marlar
Brian Scovell
Wendy Wimbush
John Woodcock

The Cricket Writers’ Club exists to further the interests of all those who work in the media coverage of cricket, and the interests of cricket itself. CWC started as a social club for cricket writers in 1946. It now comprises all aspects of the cricket media – broadcast, written and photography. Current sponsors are Lord's Taverners and William Hill, and the club's activities are much expanded.

In the UK, the club remains a great focal point for the sense of community around the cricket media. Importantly, it does much else besides, including:

- Liaising with clubs & ECB on media facilities incl sustainability initiatives, disability access, catering & dietary requirements of local and touring media
- Liaising with ECB on accreditation procedures for local and visiting media
- Supporting journalism through the judging of the ECB Domestic Journalism Awards
- Supporting the next generation through the running of student Cricket Writing Workshops
- Arranging the Club’s flagship event, the Annual Lunch
- Supporting current players through the CWC Awards, presented at the Annual Lunch.
- Supporting authors through the CWC Book Award, presented at the Annual Lunch

- Promoting the activities of our sponsors
- Arranging summer socials, including with the visiting touring media in the men’s and women’s game.
- Arranging social mixed cricket fixtures against MCC, ECB or the touring media. 
- Maintaining archives, celebrating the history of the cricket media and its members

The Club is administered by a Main Committee, with Sub-Committees assigned to specific areas. Everything is voluntary. 

We welcome new members from all parts of the cricket media, both from within the British Isles and abroad. Sponsorship opportunities are also available. 

For Membership please see

NB Membership of the CWC cannot be used in any way by a member to secure accreditation, employment, entry to a ground or media f