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Temple Grafton Cricket Club are a Cotswold Hills League Division 6 team based in the unique setting of Grafton Court, Temple Grafton. The picture below is looking from the Evesham Road end looking up towards Grafton Court.
After match drinks take us to a pub called the Blue Boar where a fine array of real ales, beers and wines can be purchased. Click on the picture below to visit their official website.
The club prides itself on a friendly atmosphere. In a meeting on Thursday 27th September 2001 the club members decided to take the club forward and join a league for the first time in the clubs history. The team has been going for more than 100 years and we play teams mainly from Warwickshire and Gloucestershire although we are always welcoming new fixtures from anywhere! Tours take us to the Lake District and Menorca every year.
This season we will be playing league cricket on Saturdays and having friendly fixtures on Sunday afternoons. Pictured above is the new pavilion (right) and changing rooms (left)
We are open to offers of fixtures at anytime and the newly appointed fixtures team can be contacted on (01789) 772464 (ask for Howard). Above is a picture of the team in action looking from the Bill Jones end of the ground.
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Pictured above are 3 of our idols from the world of sport. On the left we have a cartoon Richie Benaud who is a legend on the comedy cricketing commentary front. On the right we have the greatest sportsman i think to have ever graced our TV screens: darts' Bobby George. And to complete the Grafton Court connection: a slumbering Fred Trueman, tired and emotional after his walk to TGCC, no doubt.
The website was introduced by Tom Benjamin and is meant as an informative mildly humerous way of keeping people informed with the matters of Temple Grafton cricket club. Opinions stated are not necessarilly the opinions of Temple Grafton Cricket Club. All rights reserved (c) TGCC.