Our dream of a new clubhouse is getting closer to becoming reality...
2ND XI & 3RD XI PROMOTED TO DIVISION 3 AND DIVISION 8 RESPECTIVELY!
It is with great sadness (and excitement) that we can announce our old clubhouse has been demolished! The new clubhouse, standing in front of the old clubhouse site, will be completed later this month. Read more about the new clubhouse
On Friday 7th September, members of the club gathered for the very last time in the clubhouse that was built back in the late 70s, to celebrate the many achievements of the club’s teams and players in 2018. We would
One of the 50-strong contingent of young “All Stars”, who so enjoyed their introduction to cricket over 8 weeks at Church Meadow this season – 7 year-old Ben Beerling – went on to win a dream day-out at Edgbaston, to
Saturday 7th July dawned with a cloudless sky over Church Meadow and a marquee sandwiched between the current, “old” clubhouse, the soon-to-be-completed , “new” clubhouse and the picturesque skyline of St Mary’s Church. The scene was set for the club’s
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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