Junior Summer Coaching!
Our Junior Summer coaching AND SUMMER HOLIDAY COURSES are now open for booking - details and membership forms can be found here...
Women’s international cricketing star, Claire Taylor, gave an inspirational speech at the launch of the new Home Counties Women’s Cricket League at Thame, on Monday 8 April. Claire was the first woman to win Wisden Cricketer of the Year and
The Club is extremely saddened to hear of the death of former player, Luke Merry, at the age of 34. Luke was one of the best young cricketers to play for the club in recent years, graduating from Lord Williams’
Thame Town Cricket Club will be hosting a ‘Brush Party’ on Friday 10th May, to raise money for our New Nets project! Join us for a fun night of painting and prosecco in our fabulous new clubhouse. There will be the chance
Thame Town Cricket Club are looking for a scorer for the First XI, who play in the Home Counties Premier Cricket League Division 2. Candidates must be confident in scoring using TCS or Play-Cricket. There are 18 matches in a
Latest Match Reports
Thame’s Women’s team have preapred well for the new outdoor season by winning the final of Oxfordshire’s Indoor League Division 2! In spite of being new to cricket, Eynsham had a strong team which combined skill, power and tactics and
1s finish season with defeat to Oxford After winning an important toss, Oxford got off to a strong start on a dry wicket. They were pegged back by a fine spell of 3-42 by Michael Higgs (pictured below), ably supported
Thame Town Cricket Club
Thame Town CC is a well established cricket club in the County of Oxfordshire. Situated in the centre of the historic market town of Thame, the Club enjoys a picturesque setting at Church Meadow. The Club caters for the serious and committed adult and youth competitive cricketers, as well as those who enjoy the occasional game.
The Club has Men’s teams in the Home Counties Premier League and the Cherwell League – fielding four senior teams on Saturdays, with T20 competitions and friendlies in midweek. The recently formed Women’s team play on Sundays, and compete in the Thames Valley League. In the Youth section, there are four junior teams playing in Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire leagues.
The Club is recognised by the England and Wales Cricket Board as one of four ‘Focus Clubs’ in South Oxfordshire by virtue of its standards, youth coaching programmes, Clubmark status and links with Lord Williams’ School. The Club is now registered as a Community Amateur Sports Club.
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