OUR STORY

Friends become family. Ambitions become reality.

ABOUT THE CLUB

VISION

Legacy. Success. Hardwork. These are the core philosophies of the Mississauga Ramblers. The club is fostering long term cricketers and community participants, giving them the tools to make their ambitions a reality.

AT PRESENT

The club continues to provide an environment for people of all ages to learn the values of fair play and teamwork. The club operates one of the largest and most vibrant end to end cricket programs in Canada. From the Junior and Senior level all the way to Masters, the Mississauga Ramblers are one of the largest and most decorated cricket clubs in the Greater Toronto Area.

TIMELINE

1966
1968
1969-1977
1985-1988
1993-1994
2001-2003
2005-2009
2010
2011-2013
2013-2015
2016
2021

1966

Mississauga Cricket Club formed

Initial home games played out of Oakridge Park, Toronto

1968

Jack Darling Park Given To Us

Club name renamed to Mississauga Ramblers Cricket Sports and Cultural Club

1969-1977

Ramblers Join Hamilton and District Cricket League (HDCL)

1970 – HDCL ‘B’ division champions, promoted to ‘A’ Division
1977 – HDCL Regular Season Champions, ‘A’ Division

1985-1988

HDCL ‘Ed-Burns’ Champions ‘A’ Division

1986 – HDCL ‘A’ and ‘B’ division champions
1987 – HDCL ‘B’ division champions, Ed Burns
Champions ‘A’ Division
1988 – HDCL Champions, ‘B’ division

1993-1994

Jack Darling Park Closed

Avebury Ground became our home ground
HDCL Champions, ‘B’ Division
1994 – HDCL Champions, ‘B’ Division

2001-2003

First Junior Team Started Playing in TDCA

2003 – TDCA 3rd Division Champions
HDCL ‘A’ and ‘B’ Division Champions

2005-2009

First Match At Iceland Ground Played

HDCL ‘A’ and ‘B’ Division Champions
2007 – TDCA U15 Division Champions
2008 – TDCA U17 Champions
2009 – TDCA U19 Division Champions

2010

TDCA T20 Champions – U13, 15 and 19

TDCA U19 Division Champions
First match on astroturf and turf pitches played at Iceland Oval
Few matches of inter provincial tournament played at Iceland Oval

2011-2013

Awarded Grant From Trillium For Turf Maintenance and Practice Nets

HDCL Premier – Regular Season Champions
2012 – Iceland Nets Become Operational
2013 – TDCA U17 Champions

2013-2015

TDCA U17 Champions

Niagara Cricket Festival Champions
2014 – TDCA 1st Division Champions
Avebury Ground closes
2015 – HDCL Premier Ed Burns Champions
First Desmond Haynes Cup played at Iceland Oval, U19 Category

2016

Hosted Bermuda National Team at Iceland Oval

Desmond Haynes Cup included U15 and U19 Categories
Ultimate Pace Foundation Camp at Iceland Oval
Total of 13 teams played

2021

Ramblers T20 Supaul Conference champions

THE ICELAND OVAL

The Mississauga Ramblers Home

Mississauga Ramblers have exclusive access to the cricket facilities at the Iceland Oval, located in the heart of Mississauga. The field consists of five turf pitches and an astro-turf track, sight-screens at both ends, and two practice nets. Home games of the Toronto District Cricket Association (TDCA) divisions are played at this ground. Apart from top-flight club cricket hosted at the grounds, the Ramblers proudly host various events that promote and celebrate the cultural diversity of Canada.

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