Latest News!


The Season is now well under way.

The T20 competition has started, with the League campaign on hold for a few weeks.   Go to the Results page for details!


The 2024 Match Regulations are published!

The participating clubs have received a copy.


See Competitions Regulations page for details.


Four experienced umpires have volunteered their services, each in his respective zone of travel, for the imminent 2024 season.    

Their availability  can be seen on the Umpires page.

And the first people to have completed the MCC e-learning programme have presented their Certificatres!


The full 2024 calendar has now been approved for publication and sent to the clubs.

A copy is now published here, on the Competitions pages.

All participating clubs have announced their affiliation intentions - the calendar is published on the basis that all affiliations will be completed before the first day of competitions (28th April).

Players must be licenced before their first match.

Earlier News


An EGM was held on Saturday 10 February, ahead of season-2024.


Principal subjects were the status of clubs' affiliation projects and participation in 2024 competitions.


Provisional minutes have now been pulished to the clubs and a copy is now showing on the AGM page


The EGM approved modifications to ACCSO's        Disciplinary Code and approved a new Policy on Pitch Standards and Player Safety. These documents are now available on the Competitions Regulations   page.                                                                               The EGM also approved modifications to ACCSO's Règlement Intérieur - now available on the ACCSO Organisation page.

AGM 2023 was held at Damazan

on Saturday 2nd December.


A new Secretary was elected and revised Contact details are now accessible on the ACCSO Organisation page


Member-clubs agreed on their affiliation strategy for 2024. ACCSO's core documents will be updated accordingly and presented for approval at an imminent EGM, ahead of season-2024.


The documents considered on 2 December are accessible on the AGM page.


Earlier Major News:


The death of former ACCSO president Ian Brown was the loss of a good friend and deprived the cricketting community of the greater south-west of France a great supporter and tireless administrator.



His ashes were scattered in the churchyard in his Dordogne village.


Thank you, Ian, for all that you have done to make our cricket possible.





Our cricket is generously sponsored by Blevins Franks,

who provide financial services to people moving to - and living in - France.

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