Adult Cricket Roll of Honour

2007 North Gear T20 National Champions

2008 Boarder League Plate Winners

2010 Regional Division 3 (RD3SW) Champions

2016 Border League Division 2 Champions

2019 SPCL Division 2 Champions

2019 Border League Division Champions

2019 Border League Plate Winners.

2021 SCPL Division 1 Champions

2021 Hampshire Cricket League Division 6 North West Champions

Player Role of Honour.

A number of Totton and Eling Cricket Club (formerly BAT) cricketers have played cricket professionally in the international arena or at First Class level. The following have all played for the Club in the SPCL Since 2000:

John Clayton (2000) Oxford University

Richard Dibden (2000-2015) Hampshire and British Universities

Derek Kenway (2000, 2007-2010) Hampshire.

Kennedy Otieno (2000) Kenya (90 ODI’s, 4 T20’s)

Damian Shirazi (2000-2008) Hampshire and British Universities

Neal Parlane (2003-2004) Wellington, Northern Districts and Auckland (NZ)

James Schofield (2003) Hampshire

Greg Lamb (2005-2006) Zimbabwe (1 Test, 15 ODI’s, 5 T20’s ), Hampshire and Mashonaland Eagles

Lee Savident (2006-2008) Hampshire

Luke Towers (2009) Western Australia

Owamir Afzal (2010) Vidarbha (India)

Billy Taylor (2010-2014) Sussex, Hampshire and ECB Umpire.

Benny Howell (2011) Hampshire, Gloucestershire, Khulna Titans (Bangladesh) and Melbourne Renegades

Ankush Mohod (2012) Vidarbha (India)

William Bosisto (2013) Western Australia and Perth Scorchers.

Cameron Valente (2014) South Australia Adelaide Strikers and Perth Scorchers

Andrew Fletcher (2015) Wellington (NZ)

Mark Mbofana (2016-2017) Mashonaland Eagles and Mid West Rhinos. (Zimbabwe)

Katie George (2017-2018) England Women (2 ODI’s 5 T20’s) Southern Vipers, Yorkshire Diamonds, Western Storm, Welsh Fire and Hampshire

Katie George

Gary Chirimuuta (2018) Centrals, Mountaineers and Mashonaland Eagles (Zimbabwe)

Bothwell Chapungu (2019) Midlands, Centrals and Mid West Rhinos (Zimbabwe)

Brighton Mugochi (2019-present day) Centrals, Mid West Rhinos and Mashonaland Eagles (ZImbabwe)