Taplow Cricket Club

Bringing English Village Cricket to life

Taplow Cricket Club has been part of the local community since 1850.

Playing at the top of the hill on the picturesque Ten Acres ground, the club currently runs two Saturday teams playing in the Thames Valley Cricket League and a Sunday eleven for all ages which plays competitive but friendly matches.

The club has a thriving Colts section which provides coaching for boys and girls age 6 and up, with an opportunity to get experience of playing in teams in junior league cricket.

The club is always interested in finding new players who may be interested in joining the club.

There are also opportunities for sponsors who might be interested in supporting the club.

Player stats

Cricket and statistics go hand in hand. Runs scored, wickets taken, catches held. Gerry and Di Mills have taken some time to put together a summary. The qualification is 70 innings or 350 overs. Names are in alphabetic order by … Read More

May round up

After lots of dry weather in April, May turned out to be a disappointment; very wet and cold weather for much of the month was not conducive to getting the long-awaited season under way. The Sunday team played Ali Hill’s … Read More

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Weekend round up

Unexpected rain on Friday left some wickets damp when play started on Saturday afternoon.

Both Taplow teams will feel disappointed by the outcome of their league matches.

At Royal Ascot, Taplow reached 100 for the loss of two wickets before finishing on 141. The home team reached their target from 41 overs.

At Taplow, the seconds batting first scored 113 against Hillingdon Manor. Although eight wickets tumbled, the visitors got the runs needed from 26 overs.

Sunday afternoon saw the return of “Taplow teas”, served outside and observing Covid regulations. As this trial was a success, we hope to be able to continue with teas on Sundays. For Saturday league games, for now we will continue to ask players to bring their own teas, in line with league guidelines.

A very enjoyable match against Farnham Royal ended with a win for ten man Taplow.

We would like to thank Ian Pulsford for sponsoring the tea and for letting us all raise a glass to congratulate Ben Pulsford on his wedding on Saturday.

100 Club: The draw for May 2021 was made at the end of the Sunday match against Farnham Royal on 30 May – see here. The winner this month was Jonathan Specktor. Thanks for your support.

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2020 season round up

The club was pleased that it was possible to play some cricket this summer, with a shortened season in the Thames Valley Cricket League and Sunday friendlies as well as some colts coaching, all within the COVID guidelines making the activities safe for participants. We thank everyone involved in making this possible.

Thames Valley Cricket League: A roundup of the league season can be found here.

Sunday team: A roundup of the Sunday matches can be found here.

Colts: The Colts season finished with a colts versus parents match on August 14, with the colts winning an enjoyable and well contested game. Details and videos can be found here.

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