1st XI win narrowly again in tense last over The 1st XI hosted Tring Park on Saturday, and winning the toss the Meadowmen chose to bat. Skipper Michael Beard (42) led from the front, combining well with Shahbaz Meer (pictured
With rain sweeping across the country, several Thame matches fell to the weather. The 1st XI game versus Oxford Downs was abandoned after 18 overs, while the 4th XI match away to Abingdon Vale was called off in the morning.
1st XI defeated by big Horspath total Off the back of an undefeated start to the season, the 1st XI hosted Horspath at Church Meadow. Losing an important toss, Thame were asked to bowl on a hot day with a
After all of last week’s Men’s Saturday League matches fell to the weather, it was a successful sunny weekend for The Meadowmen. During the week, the club has been taking part in a T20 Tournament, so far losing 1 and
We are delighted that Kubota (UK) Ltd have agreed to sponsor the men’s kit in 2020 and 2021. We welcome them wholeheartedly to the club as our 3rd main sponsor and hope this will prove just the start of a
Nail-biting finish as 1s come out on top Thame 1st XI started their HCPL campaign at home to newly promoted Wargrave. After winning the toss and opting to bat, Thame got off to a solid start, reaching 50 before losing
On Friday 24th July, All Stars Cricket will be returning to Thame Town Cricket Club, having been postponed during the COVID-19 pandemic. We are fully booked up for this year! If your child is taking part in this years All
1s defeated in tough Rowant warm up Captain Mike Beard led the newly promoted 1st XI in a friendly at the home of local rivals, Aston Rowant. Bowling first, Jonathan Jelfs took 3 wickets as Rowant finished up on 213.
The new 2020 match shirt, with sponsors J. Bennett & Son and Kubota, is now available on the club shop! Click the picture link below: There is also a “Thank you NHS” T-shirt available, with all profits going to the
The long-awaited start to the club Cricket season will commence this weekend following government approval. The ECB has confirmed that 11-a-side cricket matches can now be played provided several safety measures are adhered to. Amongst the measures are – ‘hygiene