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

2018 winter nets

The 2018 winter nets have been booked for Sunday 25 March, Sunday 8 April, and Sunday 15 April. All sessions will run from 11am to 1pm promptly, and will be held at Radley College Sports Hall (http://www.radley.org.uk/sports-centre-introduction).

Cost is £10 per session per player. Everyone will get the opportunity to bowl and bat, obviously. We really would like to see as many of you down there as possible. It's up to all of us to try to make this a worthwhile exercise and a springboard to a successful 2018 season!

Posted 3rd Oct 2017 by Ali Meier

End of Season Dinner Sat 21 Oct @ Cherwell Boathouse

The always spectacular End of Season Dinner has been booked for the Cherwell Boathouse in Oxford (http://cherwellboathouse.co.uk/) for Saturday 21st October 2017. If you plus one would like to attend, please complete the Availability Spreadsheet as soon as possible (by 6 October)! https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1HPDhLKnH_f71N6pBECxx64szJiyueXd9xtDuA2pyVwg/edit#gid=1698543460

IVCC Committee

Posted 3rd Oct 2017 by Ali Meier

IVCC taste success with unlikely last over win against Demijohns

Sunday saw the Village host the Demijohns in a thrilling and hard-fought contest at Appleton. With Denning top scoring with a well built 90, the Demijohns were set 190 to win. The Demijohns were cruising at 139-4, only to lose their last 6 wickets for 46 runs with late wickets for Bibb, Ross and Smith.

Posted 9th Aug 2017 by Bill Smith