Thorpeness Cricket Club

Thorpeness Cricket Club dates back to the 1920s. 

Since the 1980s the club has seen a decline in membership along with the standard of cricket played but playing it certainly is. We are always on the look-out for new players . The club erected a  cricket net last year  which is a vital piece of equipment for the improvement of skills.

The cricket ground has a scenic location overlooked by ‘the House in the Clouds’ and a picturesque thatched pavilion.

It’s important to keep village cricket alive because it encourages people to mix and interact outside in a tranquil and open setting . Cricket ‘on the green’ is part of this country’s heritage and long may it continue.

We have a number of games planned for this year (see the calendar) and the practice nets are open most Sunday afternoons at 5.30pm

Anyone interested in playing contact:

Francis (Gib) Byrne Tel: 07775 791 441 / 01728 830834



                                                                     2012 Team Photo