The Club's Spring AGM will be held in the Clubhouse on Thursday 15th June at 8.30pm. All Club Members are invited to attend. The Spring AGM primarily focuses on the Club's financial position and accounts, and should usually be held in April. Due to the complexity of the Club's financial position at
The victorious Thames Ditton CC team at the Oatlands Park six-a-side in 1967. Brian Mitchell is holding the trophy, but close to the champagne! Brian Mitchell - The man who guided Thames Ditton Cricket Club through rocky times into the modern cricketing era as player, captain, President and trustee. It is with great
ALL MEMBERS ARE INVITED TO ATTEND 2pm on Sunday 13th November 2016 in the Clubhouse Please contact Club Secretary Geoff Dryden with nominations for Club Officers or requests for items to be added to the AGM agenda at Geoff.Dryden@hotmail.com by Sunday 6th November. Here are the captains reports and below is the agenda for the meeting.
Why not vent your frustrations from this year’s cricket season on the lush greens and tranquil fairways of one of Surrey’s finest golf clubs? Venue: Malden Golf Club, Traps Lane, New Malden KT3 4RS www.maldengolfclub.com Buffet lunch at the clubhouse: from 12.00 pm Tee off: 1.00-1.30 pm Sandwiches, drinks and awards: 5.00-7.00 pm The cost is £51 which
Intra-club Friendly Due to age and injury the 150 game was called off, and we have an amazing spectacle for you in its place, an intra club friendly. Team Jones vs Team Cassie....... The draw was made by Ronaldo and Robbie Savage I think...... and here are the teams....... VS The game will be at Giggs Hill
Wednesday 21st of September at the George and Dragon In support of Thames Ditton Cricket Club 8 races starting @ 7.30pm Book now and receive a champagne cocktail on arrival. Call 0208 398 2206 Race night offer 2 sirloin steak meals and a bottle of house wine £25 Call 0208 398 2206 to book. With many thanks to our generous Sponsors of the
Warlingham vs 2nd XI Thames Ditton 2nd XI tripped up in their pursuit of promotion straight back into the Surrey Championship on Saturday, when they visited a Warlingham side languishing in the lower reaches of the league. The Elmbridge team, knew they would have a game on their hands. The Warlingham side