Founded in 1877, Bramshaw Cricket Club is situated in the heart of the New Forest. For the 2016 season Bramshaw and Nomansland have joined forces creating a new 3rd team that will play at the Nomansland ground. With the clubs joining we are hoping to keep the tradition of cricket being played in Nomansland whilst making Bramshaw a stronger club and most importantly encouraging children & adults in the Bramshaw, Landford & Nomansland area to play cricket.

The The Club has three Saturday League Teams, two midweek league teams, and another team which plays friendlies on Sundays whilst also entertaining the occasional midweek touring team. The First XI play in the Hampshire Cricket League - County Division 2, the Second XI play in the Hampshire Cricket League - Regional Division 2 West and the 3rd team play in the Hampshire Cricket League - Regional Div 3 West Division.

The Club has been successful in recent seasons with the first XI achieving promotion in 1997, 1998, and 1999, and winning the league in 2002 & 2015. The Second XI gained promotion in 1999, just missed out in 2001, won the league in 2002 and again gained promotion in 2004. Other successes include the Midweek team gaining promotion to the Premier Division in 1999 as champions of Division 1, winning the midweek cup in 1997 and again reaching the 1999 cup final which was unable to be played due to typical British weather. However the 2000 and 2001 seasons have been a struggle, due to lack of players and as a result were relegated to division 2 in 2001, but were again promoted to division 1 in 2002.

There have been many off the pitch successes including mains electricity in the clubhouse, the introduction of showers in both home and away changing rooms, refurbishment of the bar & kitchen area, sight screens and a boundary rope along with the constant improvement of the square. As a result Bramshaw were awarded ‘Most Improved Ground of the Year in 2001.