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High Wycombe CC

 London Road, High Wycombe, Bucks. HP11 1DE


High Wycombe Cricket Club has been established since 1823 in the heart of the town, providing community cricket for all. 

We are very fortunate to have a strong junior membership, with boys' and girls' teams playing in competitive Bucks Cricket Board competitions. The men's senior section has always been healthy providing five competitive sides with the 1st XI competing in the Home Counties Premier League Div 1. The 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th teams feature within the Thames Valley Cricket League. 

We also work closely within the community and provide After School Cricket Coaching at several schools within the area. We have driven disability cricket forward and we are looking to create High Wycombe Cricket Club's first disability side creating yet another new section of the club. 

We have over the years held Kwik Cricket tournaments hosting many schools, Bucks girls' and boys' matches have been at the ground over the years along with Bucks Academy matches, Bucks senior men's, the MCC, MCC Young Cricketers, the England physical disability side and learning difficulty side have had a fixture here over the last two years. 

Beaconsfield CC

Wilton Park, London Road, Beaconsfield, Bucks. HP9 2HZ


Beaconsfield Cricket Club is steeped in history. Founded in 1825 the club has in recent years been located at the beautiful Wilton Park, with the first recorded match on this ground in 1942, when Beaconsfield played Captain Alan Parker's Xll

The first Minor Counties Championship match played on the ground came when Buckinghamshire played Norfolk in 1967. From 1967 to 1975 and 1989 to 2005 the ground has hosted 26 Minor Counties Championship matches. The ground has also held four MCCA Knockout Trophy matches.

The ground has also held List-A matches. The first List-A match held on the ground was between Buckinghamshire and Sussex in the 1992 NatWest Trophy. Between 1992 and 2002, the ground played host to five List-A matches. Wilton Park has also been venue for Women's One Day International's. The first Women's ODI saw India women play Netherland's women in the 1993 Women's Cricket World Cup. Beaconsfield Colts were the first Colts (Juniors) club team in history to have played the MCC in 1996 when celebrating 50 years of Colts cricket at the club.

With over 400 Juniors, we have a vibrant junior section at the club, offering cricket to those who are new to the game as well as the more experienced player.

Coleshill CC

The Jack Adams Field, Tower Road, Coleshill, Amersham, Bucks. HB7 0BL

We are a friendly and sociable village cricket club with roots going back at least to the early 1900s. Thanks to donations, fund-raising and benefactors, we've invested heavily in our club and facilities over the last 12 months and we now have one of the best appointed clubhouses in the area. In 2022 we are merging our XI with our partners Jordans Taverners CC to concentrate on Sunday friendly cricket. We run a very healthy and enthusiastic Junior section, with boys and girls from under 8 to under 12 practicing and playing league cricket on Sunday mornings.

Marlow CC

Marlow Sports Club, Pound Lane, Marlow, Bucks. SL7 2AE


Cricket at Marlow Cricket Club has an esteemed history with roots back to 1829.

The first major game recorded at the ground was the 1906 minor counties game between Buckinghamshire and Dorset.

Some amazing cricket has taken place here including the Minor Counties' famous 1 wicket victory over a strong Pakistan touring side. The Pakistan side included greats like Waqar Younis, Mustaq Ahmed and Inzamam-ul-Haq.

In 1993 we hosted the Ireland V Netherlands women's world cup game. Ireland Women winning by 2 wickets with 21 balls of the game remaining.

Marlow Cricket Club has been represented over the years by many many cricketers. We are proud that as a club we can cater for cricket of all standards. Going into summer 2022 we expect to see five former professional cricketers taking to the field, almost 100 club cricketers and well over 100 juniors start their cricketing journey.

Bledlow CC

Meadow Styles Playing Field, Chinnor Road, Bledlow Ridge, Bucks. HP14 4AA


Bledlow Ridge is one of the friendliest clubs in Bucks and has probably the county's most picturesque setting. 

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