Our dream of a new clubhouse is getting closer to becoming reality...
Outdoor Training has started!
Times of our Junior, Men's and Women's Outdoor Training sessions for 2018 can be found by clicking 'More Info'!
Thame Cricket Club will be holding an EGM on Monday 25th June at 7.30pm at the club. This is to approve amendments to the Clubs Articles of Association required to obtain Community Amateur Sports Club (CASC) status. All members are
Our Summer Holiday Courses for 2018 are now open for booking! Details here: Download a form here.
Thame Town Cricket Club (TTCC) successfully launched a second year of “All Stars Cricket”, last Friday (11th May) at Church Meadow in the centre of Thame. All Stars Cricket is an ECB-led initiative, designed to be a fantastic, fun first-taste
We are excited to announce details of our 4th Annual Summer Ball for 2018!
WE NEED YOUR HELP! NEW CLUBHOUSE: Buy-A-Brick
We are looking for people and local businesses to support the fund raising for the new Thame Town Cricket Club clubhouse. Get your name up in the new clubhouse for years to come!
Latest Match Reports
1s defeated at Horspath Thame travelled to Horspath on Saturday, and were put into bat by the hosts. Callum Russell (48) again top-scored for The Meadowmen, supported in the main by Gamindu Kanishka’s 47. But, Thame lost wickets regularly, and
1s fall to heavy defeat at home Thame faced Banbury on Saturday, and after winning the toss and choosing to bat, Callum Russell (pictured below) got the innings off to a fine start with a fluent 40. Once again, however,
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 only the occasional game.
The Club has teams in the Home Counties Premier League and the Cherwell League.
It fields three senior teams on Saturdays, a midweek Twenty20 team fixtures as well as five junior teams in respective 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.