The Club

Tiddington Cricket club was formed in 1886, the club played “friendly” cricket until it joined the Oxfordshire Cricket Association league division 2 in 1977 winning the Airey Cup that year to give the club its first senior competition success.

The following year we joined the newly formed Trinity Cricket League our first year with two league teams. The first X1 won the league six times in eight years up to 1992 and the 2nd X1 were successful winning the league in 1990 before joining the Thames Valley League in 1993. The first X1 won division 3 in the first season and finished 3rd in 1994 our highest finish in seven years in this league. The second X1 were division 3 champions in 1995 followed by the newly formed 3rd X1 becoming division 3 champions in its first season.

In 2000 the club returned to expanded Cherwell Cricket League winning div 3c and runners up in div 6a this success was rewarded by promotion to div 2 and div 5 and the Radio Oxford Trophy (Aggregate 1st & 2nd X1 league points). The club has had a few years since of promotion and relegation to leave us for 201 in Division 2, Division5 and Division 9.

Youth Cricket was played way back when the local villages played each other, but then declined until 1973 when an U13 team predominantly of youth from Lord Williams School was set up. The team entered the Oxfordshire competition which they were successful then onto the National rounds where they reached the National final before narrowly losing.

The present day structure was founded in 1986 with an U13 team, this has now progressed to an Under 9 team, an under 11 team, two under 13 teams and an under 15 team.

We have two UKCC2+ coaches, Seven UKCC2 coaches and Six UKCC1 coaches.All our coaches are CRB certified, have a current First Aid certificate, Safeguarding and Protecting Children certificate. many of our coaches support the County coaching programme, the district coaching programme and the Chance to shine coaching programme.

Our welfare officer has achieved all the necessary qualifications to fill this demanding roll.

The club has a strong social set up running darts, Aunt Sally and crib teams in the local leagues.

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Club Opening Times 9th -13th July 2020

Club Opening Times 9th -13th July 2020

Opening times - 9th to 13th July 2020    Opening hours for this weekend.... We will also be open Monday 13th July from 7pm for the League One play-off Final between Oxford United & Wycombe Wanderers!

Membership 2020

Membership 2020

  TCC Membership 2020 Whilst we are in a period of lockdown the general committee has taken the decision roll over all 2019 memberships until the 31st July 2020. Further updates to membership of TCC will be issued depending on the lockdown rules.

Best Teas in the Cherwell League

Best Teas in the Cherwell League

Best Teas in the Cherwell League Something not to do with Coronavirus. For those who haven't seen this, Bicester and North Oxford CC (bnocc.com) have been running a contest on twitter to decide the best teas in the Cherwell League! The vote has been running over the...

Weekend Work Party Postponed

Weekend Work Party Postponed

Hi all, I'm sure this will come as no great surprise but the work party scheduled for Good Friday and Easter Saturday has been postponed due to the outbreak of the COVID-19 virus. To help maintain the ground there are some small jobs around the club which could be...

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The Club

Tiddington Cricket club was formed in 1886, the club played “friendly” cricket until it joined the Oxfordshire Cricket Association league division 2 in 1977 winning the Airey Cup that year to give the club its first senior competition success.

The following year we joined the newly formed Trinity Cricket League our first year with two league teams. The first X1 won the league six times in eight years up to 1992 and the 2nd X1 were successful winning the league in 1990 before joining the Thames Valley League in 1993. The first X1 won division 3 in the first season and finished 3rd in 1994 our highest finish in seven years in this league. The second X1 were division 3 champions in 1995 followed by the newly formed 3rd X1 becoming division 3 champions in its first season.

In 2000 the club returned to expanded Cherwell Cricket League winning div 3c and runners up in div 6a this success was rewarded by promotion to div 2 and div 5 and the Radio Oxford Trophy (Aggregate 1st & 2nd X1 league points). The club has had a few years since of promotion and relegation to leave us for 201 in Division 2, Division5 and Division 9.

Youth Cricket was played way back when the local villages played each other, but then declined until 1973 when an U13 team predominantly of youth from Lord Williams School was set up. The team entered the Oxfordshire competition which they were successful then onto the National rounds where they reached the National final before narrowly losing.

The present day structure was founded in 1986 with an U13 team, this has now progressed to an Under 9 team, an under 11 team, two under 13 teams and an under 15 team.

We have two UKCC2+ coaches, Seven UKCC2 coaches and Six UKCC1 coaches.All our coaches are CRB certified, have a current First Aid certificate, Safeguarding and Protecting Children certificate. many of our coaches support the County coaching programme, the district coaching programme and the Chance to shine coaching programme.

Our welfare officer has achieved all the necessary qualifications to fill this demanding roll.

The club has a strong social set up running darts, Aunt Sally and crib teams in the local leagues.

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Village Knockout 2020 – Round One

Village Knockout 2020 – Round One

Tiddington vs Great & Little Tew 26th July 2020 @ 1pm We have a home tie in the first round of the rearranged 2020 Cricketers Village Knockout Cup on Sunday 26th July 2020 and we welcome Great & Little Tew Tiddington CC. Tiddington win by One Wicket and go...

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