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Welcome to Tickhill Cricket Club.
Cricket has been played in Tickhill since 1843 but an officially constituted club did not start until 1860. Cricket was then played in a field on Water Lane but we moved to the current ground on what is now Alderson Drive in 1871 then renting a field from a local farmer. Tickhill now boasts one of the most picturesque settings for cricket in Yorkshire. Club cricket has changed a lot since 1860 so the club has had to adapt continuously and has done so through the unstinting efforts of its committees, volunteers, staff, sponsors and the local community. It now has a strong team in the top Yorkshire Premier South League and second-team in the South Yorkshire Senior Cricket League. An Academy side, made up largely of younger players, play in the Barnsley League on Sundays. Read more here.
- Prof. Paul Senior, Club President
How to Find Us
Tickhill is a small town and civil parish in the Metropolitan Borough of Doncaster in South Yorkshire, England, on the border with Nottinghamshire. It has a population of 5,301, reducing to 5,228 at the 2011 Census. It lies eight miles south of Doncaster, between Maltby and Harworth, on the busy conjunction of the A631 and A60 roads, and adjacent to the A1(M) motorway.
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