Welcome to the official site for Top Knockers Cricket Club. A wandering club made from people of all shapes and sizes and experiences, all playing the game with a great spirit.

We set up in 2017 as a collective with a view to take enjoyment from playing the beautiful game in a friendly but competitive manner whilst being able to challenge ourselves and meet other great teams along the way. We want to give something back to a sport that we have all grown up playing and loving.

Welcome to our team.

Nick Berry – club captain



Charity Work:

Throughout each season we show our support to 2 Charities that our close to us.

The Big Bash Warborough for U CARE (Oxford)

Now in its 5th year, TKCC were honoured to be asked to play in the annual BIG BASH, Warborough Cricket match in 2017. The day is our chance to give everyone we know and love a great day out, playing cricket,  picnicking, listening to silly commentary, eating home grown hog roast & cakes, drinking Pimms and fine ale, listening to music and dancing the night away.  In return we hope everyone will donate a little money to UCare, a charity partly led by our good friend Paul Duncan’s consultant, without whom, he may not have been here to compete for the Solo Pila Trophy! May the Best Ball Win!

U care is an Oxford based charity – http://www.ucare-oxford.org.uk/

Urological cancers represent nearly 20% of all cancers diagnosed in the UK each year.

UCARE (Urology Cancer Research and Education) is a charity founded by a group of clinicians, patients and supporters who care about fighting urological cancers. Our aim is to improve the treatment and care of cancer patients through research and education.

Opening Up Cricket

Opening Up promotes mental wellbeing and suicide prevention through cricket.

In 2018 we are going to look to start supporting this charity by hopefully staging an Opening up 6’s tournament in London. Including 2 TKCC teams plus some of our opposition sides invited to take part in the day.

Find out more details about Opening Up Cricket here – http://www.openingupcricket.com/