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Thame Cycling Club celebrated their 5th anniversary at their recent Christmas Party at the new Thame Cricket Club pavilion. This was a double celebration with the club announcing their alliance with Thame Cricket Club which will become the new home
Thame Town Cricket Club will hold the 2019 AGM at the new clubhouse on Friday 8th February at 7:30pm. All are welcome to attend, with the bar set to be open. Please download the Agenda here. If any member wishes
We are delighted to announce that Thame-based company, Field Sales Solutions, have agreed to partner with the club in 2019, as the lead sponsor of the new clubhouse. A fast-growing business, Field Sales Solutions were voted “Field Marketing Agency of
Just eleven months after construction work had begun at Church Meadow, the Mayor of Thame, Councillor Ann Midwinter, cut the ribbon last Sunday (16th) to open officially the new cricket clubhouse at the south-west corner of picturesque Church Meadow. The
Latest Match Reports
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
2s promoted to Division 3, despite loss! The 2nd XI travelled to Abingdon, only needing a few points to secure promotion. Losing the toss and getting put in to bat, Thame got off to a rocky start. Only Jack Aston
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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