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TWCC celebrated its bicentenary in 1982 and has hosted Kent CCC for a Cricket Week since 1902 (the July Festival in 1901 marked the opening of the new Ground to First-Class matches). The Nevill has also staged international matches - most notably the 1983 World Cup fixture between India and Zimbabwe (‘Kapil Dev's match’).
A number of players who attained first class county or international experience have represented the club in the Kent Cricket League: amongst them Bob Woolmer, Alan Brown, Peter Hearn, Mike Willard and more recently Julian Thompson and Raj Sharma. The Club has also had a notable record of supplying high-quality administrative officers to several eminent cricketing ranks, amongst whom the names of Carl Openshaw and latterly Nigel Keess need no further embellishment.
TWCC is a Clubmark and Community Focus Club as designated by the ECB/KCB, and new members will be welcomed irrespective of skill level as the Club encourages a thriving and competitive yet happy ideology.
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