Tonbridge Printers Cricket Club was founded in 1948, to provide cricket for the working men of Tonbridge. The club trained and played at the Racecourse Sportsground, now Tonbridge Park. At the club's 50-year anniversary in 1998, the committee elected for a name change. It was decided that the club should honour Colin Cowdrey, Baron of Tonbridge, one of the finest batsmen ever to play for Kent and England. Today, Cowdrey CC plays competitive cricket in Division IV of the Kent League (both 1st and 2nd XIs), fielding up to three sides on a Saturday and two on a Sunday.
For information about joining, please contact Gary Marshall, Director of Cricket.
1st Team League Table 2016 - Kent League: Division IV 1st XI
2nd Team League Table 2016 - Kent League: Division V 2nd XI
Officers & Captains:
Chairman: Phillip Sullivan
Vice-Chairman: Darren Apps
Director of Cricket: Gary Marshall
Secretary: Steve Southwart
Treasurer: George Apps
Fixture Secretary: Barney Scott
1st XI Captain: Anthony Mills
1st XI Vice-captain: Jack Mutch
2nd XI Captain: Gary Marshall
2nd XI Vice-captain: Oscar Holmes
Sunday Captain: Oscar Holmes
Sunday Vice-captain: Xavier Yeats-Brown
See the find us page for individual contact details.
Cowdrey CC is recruiting new members!
Whether you're young or old, amateur or pro, batsman, bowler, specialist fielder or perpetual 12th man, Cowdrey CC has plenty to offer. Get in touch using one of the methods below, or pop along to our ground and say hello. Come down on a Thursday evening (6.30 - 8.30pm, April-August) and feel free to join in with our adults training session (first one's on us!) or on a Saturday (11am - 8pm) to watch our 1st or 2nd XI play. If you're under 16, please get in touch with Gary Marshall, Director of Cricket, who will be able to inform you as to the best way to get involved.
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