1845 - The Club was founded by St. Lawrence Parish Church, to "improve' and organise leisure activities of young men in the Parish.
1863/4 - An All England Eleven defeated 22 Pudsey cricketers by seven runs. In the return match, the following year, Pudsey won by 105 runs - the All England team complained about the state of the pitch and didn't return!
1875 - "The Lawrence' lost to Pudsey Britannia by seven wickets in a "purse' match, watched by 3000 spectators. As well as their pride it cost them £100, but it began the tradition of local derby matches of "top enders' against the "bottom enders'
In the 1870's - The Club moved to Pudsey Park, having previously played on fields behind the Black Bull, the Fleece and what is now the Market Place. Their club house was the then New Inn, which is now the Park Hotel.
1889- St Lawrence moved to their present ground, Tofts Road. The ground was leased to them by William Dibb Scales, from his Grove House Estate. The "Chapeltown End' was raised to the height of the present square with tons of soil excavated from Greenside railway tunnel and a new pavilion was built. At the opening in May, William Dibb Scales said he was "anxious that nothing of a degrading or immoral character should be seen there'!
1911 - Herbert Sutcliffe plays for Pudsey St. Lawrence 1st XI at the age of just 14.
1912 - Pudsey St. Lawrence join the Bradford League.
1930 -1941 - Leonard Hutton joins Pudsey St. Lawrence He becomes a regular in 1931, scoring his first century in 1933. In 1938 he makes the record Test score of 364 at the Oval, celebrated locally by ringing the bells of St. Lawrence Church.
1943-45 - Priestley Cup winners for first time in 1943 and Len Hutton returns after the war.
1945 - Raymond Illingworth plays for the Juniors at 14, before leaving to join local rivals, Farsley.
1956 - League Champions for the first time & Leonard Hutton is knighted for his outstanding services to cricket
1975-1991 - The most successful period in the Club's history at all levels. The first Eleven win six League Championship titles, four Yorkshire Champions Titles, the Priestley Cup, and the National Indoor Cricket League
1984 - The 1st, 2nd, Under-17's, Under 15's and under 12's all won their respective leagues.
1989 - marks a century of cricket at Tofts Road.
1991 -The Sir Leonard Hutton Memorial Gates are opened.
1992 -2005 - In 1995 marked the 150 years celebrations of Pudsey St. Lawrence are crowned by the outstanding achievement of the under 15's in winning the National Club's Cup Competition
2005 - 2010 - St Lawrence begin clubhouse and ground renovation and refurbishment programme,1st XI win inaugural Bradford LGE 20 X 20 cup in 2009 and retain in 2010.
2010 - 2019 - Saw the club 1st XI win back to back league championships in 2015-16 with a 3rd in 2018, along with the Priestley Cup in 2014 with a core of home grown player
2020 Saw the club celebrate its 175th Anniversary
2022 The club completed the new "Saints Bar" a bespoke social space vfor our members and guests.