Trowbridge Cricket Club runs 3 Saturday league teams at a variety of standards – the 1st XI in the WEPL Wiltshire League, and the 2nd and A XIs in divisions 7 and 8 of the Wiltshire Country Cricket League.

We also participate in Sunday and mid-week competitions, as well as playing a number of friendly fixtures each year.

We are an ECB Clubmark-accredited Focus Club, and also runs a thriving youth section – comprising U9, U11, U13, U15 and Girls U13 age groups. Please contact the Youth Committee for membership enquiries.

If you're looking for a venue for a party or function, we offer that too – providing a superb backdrop whatever your occasion. Just get in touch to discuss your requirements!

Sammy Julyan's Maiden 1st Team 100

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Sammy Julyan scored his maiden 1st team 100 against Great Bedwyn on Saturday. A brilliant performance from an outstanding young cricketer! Congratulations to Sammy and you can relive the moment in the video below.

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Committee Meeting - 25th July - 7pm

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Just a reminder that there is a committee meeting at 7pm on Monday 25th July. Please feel free to come along and give your thoughts on anything or just to find out what is going on around the club. Lots of things to be discussed!

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Sat 16 Jul: 2nd XI away at Devizes 2nd XI

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Another Saturday, another toss lost by the Trowbridge 2nd XI. Devizes chose to bowl on a pitch with a little bit of green on top.

The decision to bowl first provided dividends when the ball started seaming significantly off of the pitch. Two early wickets for J Keen and one for H Singh in the form of Ali Goddard, Kyle Oakley and Chris Dicker, all edging the ball to the keeper.

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Sat 16 Jul: 1st XI home to Great Bedwyn 1st XI

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The first XI, back to winning ways after last week's match against Devizes, hosted Great Bedwyn at The County Ground this weekend. Bedwyn came into the game in the bottom half of the table but were boosted by the return of run machine Rob Palmer who had missed the last 9 games with a back problem. Trowbridge also had a few players returning to the side, opener Ryan Pietersen, Tom Weaver and Scott Mitchell all back into the fold. With a baking hot week and no rain whatsoever the pitch was rock hard and with a few cracks appearing making it interesting for both batsmen and bowlers.

Alistair Tuttle, Bedwyn skipper called wrong at the toss and that was just the first thing to go wrong for Bedwyn on the day. Trowbridge captain Reynolds had no hesitation in batting first and sent Tom Oakley and Pietersen to strap the pads on.

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Wed 13 Jul: U15 away at Corsham

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Despite some early heavy showers the sun was shining when we arrived at the attractive Station Road Ground in Corsham for a second round Bath & District League cup tie.

A few key players were missing due to other engagements and although some of our excellent U13's once again stepped up we were somewhat short of bowlers.  Given the nature of the opposition Matt Dicker who was unable to bowl due to a continuing side strain kept wicket leaving James Tilsley to bowl.

Corsham won the toss and put us in to bat.

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Mon 11 Jul: U15 home to Westbury

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Westbury arrived with only 7 players which included Alex Hampson from Warminster as they like many clubs are very short of players in this age group but unlike us do not have a strong U13 squad to call upon.  To make a game of it we agreed to lend them fielders and to bat first.

Although barely half way through the season this was the last Bath & District Youth League match of the year.

The Trowbridge side welcomed back Katherine Mills after her studies and debutant Thomas Barber.

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Sat 9 Jul: 1st XI away at Devizes 1st XI

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This weekend the 1st XI travelled to Devizes on the back of their first defeat in 13 league matches the week before against Marlborough. After a couple of horrible weeks weather wise it was nice to have a decent patch of weather leading up to the game. With the youngest first XI in the last 20 years and a couple of debutants, nobody was old enough to drive the bus. This meant that the first XI had to drive themselves to the game! Arriving at Devizes the pitch looked decent but the outfield seemed a little slow. With good weather forecast and a good looking pitch, the Devizes skipper Tom Grant decided to bat first after Mikey Reynolds lost the toss.

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