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65 South Menantic Road
Shelter Island, NY, 11964
United States

Shelter Island Cricket Club website. We play an annual game of cricket on Shelter Island to raise money for the Shelter Island Ambulance Foundation.


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Cricket Returns to Long Island - Again the Third Annual Shelter Island Cricket Club Charity Match Will Take Place on July 26, 2014

Gareth Jones

Sunday 15 June, 2014.  Shelter Island, NY.  On Saturday July 26, 2014, the Shelter Island Cricket Club (SICC) will again play its annual cricket match to raise money for the Shelter Island Ambulance Corps.

Over 300 people came to support last year’s match and helped raise over $15,000 for the local Ambulance Corps.  The 2014 game will take place on the large field next to the Island Boat Yard.  The game will commence at 9.00 AM with food, drink and kids activities commencing at 11.00 AM.  A kids cricket game will take place during the lunch break from 12.00 to 1.00.  The game will end at 4.00 PM. Food, drink and SICC merchandise will be on sale throughout the day.  There is no admission fee but donations on the day are encouraged. All proceeds will go to the Shelter Island Ambulance Corps.  More information and photos from last year’s event are on the Shelter Island Cricket Club website at  SICC can also be found (and liked) on Facebook at

On January 1, 2012 the Shelter Island ambulance corps was transferred from the Red Cross to the Town. At that time it was the only ambulance corps in the country operated under the auspices of the National Red Cross. The cost to run the service is estimated at about $100,000 a year.  The corps was founded in 1931 by local residents under a charter issued by Herbert Hoover, then honorary president of the National Red Cross.  It is staffed by about 30 unpaid volunteers who service the needs of the 2,400 permanent residents and the nearly 10,000 residents during the summer months.   

The match organizers, David Shillingford and Gareth Jones explained that “something that started as a bet around the barbeque one night has morphed into a great annual event thanks to the support of the Shelter Island community.  One of the greatest things about this event it that it allows visitors and part time residents to give back to a community that brings us and our families so much joy.  We’d also like to acknowledge the Shelter Island Boat Yard for providing such a perfect venue and SALT ( for organizing the food and drink”.

Media contact:

David Shillingford


t: (917) 553-7990