' mean contender for the most delectable English cricket ground'



TWCC Cricket Nets 

COVID-19 Special Measures from 16th May 2020

The Government and the ECB have sanctioned a return to cricket practice providing it only involves two individuals (or members of the same household) and that they observe social distancing. Whilst we will not be able to start our normal programme before July 1st at the earliest, we have opened our nets in a special additional programme. However, we are sure that you will appreciate that we will only do this under special measures to ensure the safety of players and coaches.

To book the nets, please click here.

  • Nets available

    • Youth (hardball only): Weekdays 09.00-18.00; Weekends 09.00-15.00

    • Adult: Weekdays 18.00-20.30; Weekends 15.00-18.00

  • Nets may only be pre-booked by members who have paid the 2020 membership fee

  • Net 1 (nearest the car park) will be free of charge and can be used by:

    • Parent and an U18 youth member, or

    • Coach* with an U18 youth member; coaches subject to availability: Toby Johns, Russell Wyatt

    • Adult over 18 member 



Tunbridge Wells Cricket Club is an amateur cricket club in Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent. It was founded in 1782 and our home teams play their matches at the Nevill Ground. As of 2019, our first XI has played in the Kent Cricket League Premier Division. 

In 1882, to commemorate the centenary, TWCC played a match against Marylebone Cricket Club.

In 1895, Tunbridge Wells CC purchased a lease alongside Bluemantle Cricket Club from William Nevill, 1st Marquess of Abergavenny to establish a cricket ground. As a result, the Nevill Ground was established on a 99-year lease and named after the Marquess. In 1902, Kent County Cricket Club started playing annually at the Nevill Ground, this then became the popular Tunbridge Wells Cricket Week.




The Nevill Ground Warwick Park
Tunbridge Wells TN2 5ES

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