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
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
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.
14th & 15th September Thame round off the season in style Thame’s T20 team, comprised of a blend of 1st and 2nd XI players, emphatically defeated rivals Oxford by 111 runs in the final of the Wilf Bennett T20 competition,
1s secure HCPCL Div 2 title despite defeat Promotion winning Thame 1st XI faced Amersham at home on the final day of the season. Needing just three points to be confirmed as champions, Hassam Mushtaq (3-52) trapped Bruce Friderichs lbw
1st XI promoted back to HCPCL Division 1 Thame 1st XI secured promotion back to the top flight in a thoroughly entertaining game against third placed Harefield. Having won the toss and elected to bat, Thame scored quickly on a
1s thrash Dinton to move back to the top Thame 1st XI hosted a struggling Dinton side, this past Saturday at Church Meadow. Batting first, Thame openers Mike Beard (53, pictured below) and Ollie Burland (38) got Their side off
1st XI slip to narrow 9 run defeat at Oxford The 1st XI travelled to face Oxford, on Saturday. After losing the toss and being asked to field, a disciplined bowling display kept Oxford’s batsman under control for large periods.
Burland fires Thame back to the top Ollie Burland smashed an unbeaten 74 as Thame returned to the top of Home Counties Premier 2 with a convincing 9 wicket win at home to Chesham. Bowling first, Thame’s dependable new ball