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.
Taplow receive trophy
Taplow Cricket Club was represented at the Annual Dinner of the Thames Valley Cricket League held at the Castle Hotel, Windsor, on Friday 25th October.
Club Chairman Andy Bond is pictured receiving the winners trophy for Division 5a from Andy Caddick, the England and Somerset fast bowler.
Geoff Herbert stepped down as Club Secretary at the AGM.
Gerry Mills paid tribute to Geoff’s long association with Taplow Cricket Club, first as player and later as Secretary and the many other roles that Geoff carries out behind the scenes, often unnoticed by many.
Geoff is not going away – he will continue to be around the club – but this does mean that the club is looking for a person to take on the role of Secretary. If you could help, please contact Andy Bond.