With a proud history, we are the oldest cricket club in Tonbridge.
Our secluded ground is large compared to many and, coupled with our modern pavilion, offers superb facilities to club members and visitors alike. There are few finer places to enjoy the final stages of a cricket match than at our ground bathed in the early evening sunshine!
On Saturdays the club competes in the Kent Regional Cricket League, of an evening in the Greensand Evening League and on Sundays plays friendly matches under the banner of Tonbridge Exiles. The club's 1st XI and 2nd XI both won promotion last season, and the T20 side came runner up in the KRCL T20 competition.
Last year we hosted the mighty Lashings World XI. We had the pleasure of playing against Herschelle Gibbs, Geraint Jones, Yasir Arafat, Aravinda Da Silva, Ian Harvey, and many others.
We have our own outdoor net facilities along with a bowling machine. Winter indoor nets will start on the 25th of January, 11am at Judd School.
Anyone interested in playing for Tonbridge CC should contact us , give us a call or simply come down to any of our matches at our Welland Road ground. Weather permitting there are matches every Saturday afternoon between the beginning of May and September.
We have a large number of social members, many of whom are former players, friends, their families and spectators. All members and their guests are welcome to enjoy matches from the comfort of the fine pavilion and make use of the facilities.
For more information about the club visit our club website: www.tonbridgecc.co.uk