Iffley Village Cricket Club

Welcome to the website of IVCC, a social cricket club based in Oxford.

There was once a dream that was IVCC. You could only whisper it. Anything more than a whisper and it would vanish... it was so fragile. And we feared that it will not survive the 2013 winter. But survive it did, and so the gentlemen players got together in a backstreet boozer in OX4 and established Iffley Village Cricket Club in 2014. With the ethos behind the club being to play friendly 40-over and 20-over cricket matches against like-minded clubs around the country, our focus is as much on playing competitive cricket as it is enjoying a beer with the opposition after the game, and with the journey being far more important than the result.

If you want to get in touch with us for any reason, please email committee@ivcc.co.uk. We are also on Twitter @IffleyVillageCC.

Latest news

2016 season underway!

IVCC's 2016 season kicked off yesterday with a victory at Abingdon Vale. The matches come thick and fast now, with the Villagers due to visit Long Compton on Sunday. Keep an eye on the Matches page for more info!

Posted 25th Apr 2016 by Gareth Ellis

Indoor nets

We have managed to secure some winter nets sessions at Abingdon School* on the following dates:

- Sunday 29 Nov
- Sunday 13 Dec
- Sunday 17 Jan
- Sunday 24 Jan

The sessions will run from 1.30pm to 3.30pm and we have exclusive use of the entire hall which includes 4 nets and a bowling machine. Costs will be £10 per session, and players of all standards are welcome.

If you would like to come, or you know anyone else who would like to participate, on any of these dates, please contact the IVCC committee on committee@ivcc.co.uk.

*We recommend parking in the Abingdon School coach park on Faringdon Road - access to the sports hall is well signed from there.

Posted 16th Nov 2015 by Gareth Ellis

Fitting season finale against Sibcliffe!

The season was rounded off in perfect style yesterday with a fine win against Sibcliffe at Great & Little Tew CC. With the late summer sun beaming down, having taken ten wickets to restrict Sibcliffe to 174, IVCC chased down the total for the loss of only two wickets. A great game played in exactly the right way!

Posted 7th Sep 2015 by Bill Smith