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.

Berry Hill Bash 2021

The club’s end of season social event, the Berry Hill Bash, took place on Saturday 18 September. We were blessed with fine weather, ideal for enjoying the beautiful surroundings. In the afternoon, there was a cricket tournament for all ages … Read More

July round up

July began with league defeats. On 3 July, the first eleven lost at Sulhamstead, while the seconds were beaten at home by Cookham Dean. It was good to see Libby Barton at Taplow and acting as scorer for the game; … Read More

David Hawes remembered

Earlier this year the club was sad to hear of the death in January of David Hawes, former player, Secretary, Chairman and Trustee of the club. David’s family has provided a memorial plaque that we will hang in the clubhouse … Read More

Neil Garner remembered

The Club was deeply saddened to hear the news that Neil Garner has passed away after a long and brave battle with cancer. As Gerry Mills remembers below, Neil had a passion for football and became involved with the cricket … Read More

Featured Story

Winter break

Thank you to everyone who supported events at the club since the close of the season.

Although things may seem quiet, things are going on to be ready for next season. Our mowers have been serviced. We have ordered a new roller, which should help produce better wickets, and new covers for delivery before the start of the season.

100 Club: The draw for December has been made. The winner was Dale Barton with ball number 64 – see here. Thanks for your support.

Featured Story

Annual General Meeting 2021

The Annual General Meeting of the club was held on Monday 18 October.

Draft minutes of the meeting, and reports from the Chairman, Treasurer and Colts Chairman can be found in the dropdown list under AGM 2021 at the top of the page.

Our website sponsor

Hunters Fire & Security based in Slough is your one stop shop for Security Systems.

Established in 2003, Hunters specialise in supplying quality products at competitive pricing offering an extensive range of goods from CCTV, Door Entry, Access Control, Intruder Alarms, Fire Alarms and much more.