The Oxfordshire Cricket Board (OCB) is running a number of First Aid courses in the coming weeks: 24th March at Didcot CC 29th March at Oxford Downs CC 30th March at Banbury CC 31st March at Tiddington CC 1st April
Subject to ECB and Government COVID guidance approval: We are delighted to partner up with Institute of Cricket who will be delivering a four-day performance Cricket course at TTCC. With so much cricket being lost this year due to the
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The Chairman has issued his report ahead of the AGM on Thursday 11th February. Please click here to read.
Thame Town CC are delighted to announce the return of JVD. Johannes joined the club in 2019 and made such a positive impact both on and off the field, he was all set to return for the 2020 season before
Thank you to everyone who contributed a piece of unwanted cricket kit to the collection over the past 6 months. All that kit is now on its way (Friday 20th November) to the Lord’s Taverners for recycling. It was combined,
Thame Town Cricket Club is located next to St Mary’s Church in Thame and has vehicle access from Church Road. It comprises of the Cricket ground, clubhouse, service yard, practice nets and Car Park. The Car park is Private and
On Friday 25th September, our Juniors, their parents and the club’s coaches and committee members gathered online via Zoom for this year’s Junior Awards. Here is how the awards went, with words from each of the coaches on their respective
At the end of a well-attended junior awards sessions last Friday evening, in which over 50 households dialled in, Chairman Matt Swain closed the session with an update on the club and a thank you to Andy Jinman. “Financially we
Former England Women’s Player, Enid Bakewell MBE, came down to umpire and hand out awards at last Sunday’s Thame Women’s match versus East Anglia Veterans. Enid is regarded as the best all-rounder that the English women’s game has ever produced,