Stokenchurch Cricket Club - Details
Stokenchurch is a village of approximately 5000 people situated high in the Chiltern Hills just inside the
border of Buckinghamshire with Oxfordshire.
The cricket club has was established back in the 19th century and includes amongst it's most famous ex-players F L
Fane who captained the England cricket team in Australia in 1907.
The club colours are Oxford Blue, Cambridge Blue and Cerise and the club logo is a typical Buckinghamshire chair which, until recently were still
made in the village.
We pride ourselves on the friendly nature of the club and welcome anyone to our compact but pretty ground.
The ground is situated at 750 feet above sea level which makes it one of the highest cricket grounds in England.
We were founder members of the Trinity League and since the merger with the Cherwell League have entered two
teams in the lower-middle part of the league. With the building of the new pavilion in 2001 and the restarting of our youth section we are now going from
strength to strength. in recent years we have entered age group sides in the County competitions at U11, U13, U15 and U17. In 2007 the U17s were
The first team now play in Division 4. The average age of the team has also reduced dramatically, most weeks half of the team are under 20.