Buckinghamshire County Cricket Club
Buckingham experienced cricket match for the first time in 1730 near Windsor. The present Buckingham CCC was founded in the year 1891 by the name, Bucks County Cricket Club, which was formed by the Rothschild family. Some of the famous players of this team include Ben Barnett, Wilf Slack, Keith Medlycott and such players.
The Buckingham County Cricket Club is one of the county clubs which actually make up the Minor Counties in the England domestic cricket structure. This club represents the Buckinghamshire historic county and plays in the Minor Counties Championship along with the MCCA Knockout Trophy.
This club administrative headquarters is located at Little Chalfont in England. It plays matches around the county mainly at some of the specified locations like Gerrards Cross, Aylesbury, Burnham and Beaconsfield. By 2006, this club has played matches at Ascott Park and also at Slough. These matches were played in regular basis until 1979 at Ascott Park.
On the other hand, the Minor Counties play below first class game and presently Buckinghamshire is competing in the East Division of the Minor Counties Championship.
The Club Minor Counties have won their respective championship title almost eight times and shared their title once in 1899. The MCCA Knockout Trophy was won once in the year 1990.
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