Omaha Cricket Club (OCC)
is proud to be one of the oldest cricket clubs in the Midwest and was
founded in 1991 by a group of cricket aficionados to provide facilities
and opportunities to all cricketers in the state of Nebraska. OCC
is dedicated to the continuous growth of cricket and popularize the game
among schools and communities in Nebraska.
City of Omaha and the Omaha Parks & Recreation Department was
generous enough to provide a state-of-the-art ground, set in the heart
of the city's best maintained and most picturesque park, the evergreen N
P Dodge Memorial Park. It features a matting wicket with regulation
size boundaries, as well as two Astroturf practice nets. The ground is
adjacent to the park's picnic facilities and includes shaded bleacher
seating to watch the game.
OCC members take pride in playing in North Omaha's historic N P Dodge
Memorial Park, Levi Carter Park and North Hefflinger Park which has gained a reputation as one of the best grounds
in the Midwest and arguably, one of the finest in the nation. N P Dodge Memorial Park is located eight miles north of downtown Omaha and is easily accessible by Interstates 29 and 680.
OCC is now part of the Omaha Cricket Association (OCA), as part of the re-branding process.