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Clubmark Awarded December 2004
Focus Club Status

 

About Us

Tunbridge Wells Cricket Club warmly welcomes new members.

Why not come and meet us at our Summer Nets:

Men’s training is on Tuesday evenings from 18.00 hours at the Club Nets on the Main Nevill Ground, and we welcome, at these sessions, any U18s and others who wish to play Adult cricket for TWCC.
Please contact: Mark Williams – see contacts page

Women’s training is at the Club Nets on The Nevill Ground from 18.00 hours every Thursday evening. We have a team in the Women’s Cricket Southern League (WCSL).
Please contact: Stephen Green – see contacts page

Widely acknowledged as one of the most picturesque grounds in the country, The Nevill is a marvellous place to play cricket. We have a comfortable pavilion with a well-stocked bar, so even if you are a non-playing member you can just call by and take in some cricket while relaxing over a cool drink. E.W.Swanton referred to the venue as "no mean contender for the most delectable English Cricket Ground" citing "this glorious rhododendral splendour" on one June visit.

TWCC is a Clubmark and Community Focus Club as designated by the ECB/KCB.

Kent County Cricket Club come here annually and play One-Day matches and at least one 4-day County Championship game.

Click here for a brief review of the 2013 season

Click here for a little history


News

15 July 2014 The Denness Luckhurst Foundation - In memory of Mike Denness and Brian Luckhurst...

12 July 2014 TW First Team break new ground in their victorious League run ...

28 June 2014 Three Fifites for TWCC 1 v Tenterden 1 at The Nevill ...

30 May 2014 Julian O'Riordan T20 100 new TWCC record

 

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This is a short ECB film from Bournemouth in 2007 when the TWCC U15 XI won The Portman Building Society Cup, out of a national total of 1704 club sides which took part; it was the first occasion that a team from Kent had been successful at this level. AC.