Exhall and Wixford Cricket Club is a member of the Midland Club Cricket Conference, the Warwickshire Cricket Board, the Worcestershire Cricket Board and the Cotswold Hills League.
Situated in the hamlet of Exhall near Alcester in Warwickshire the club has enjoyed great success over the last few years culminating in reaching the final of the npower Village Cup in 2004 and after two years of hard work achieved ECB Clubmark and Warwickshire Cricket Board Emerging Focus Club status in 2009.
The 1st XI play in the Premier Division of the Cotswold Hills League and became champions again in 2008 repeating the successes of 2005 and 2000 and finished runners up in 2011 by just one point to champions Wellesbourne. In 2012 the 1st XI finished in 4th place in the Premier Division. The 2nd XI play in Division 2 of the Cotswold Hills League and the 3rd XI play in Division 6 of the Cotswold Hills League.
The club runs a Colts section at under 11, 12, 14 and 16 levels, all competing in the Cotswold Hills League with the exception of the under 11s who compete in the Warwickshire League. 2011 saw the inauguration of a Ladies team. Although effectively a senior side, the Ladies side is predominantly made up of players who are under 18.
In addition to league cricket there are regular Sunday fixtures both home and away and a number of midweek matches.