• Cricket in Japan

    Beautiful place to roll the arm over...

  • Blocked?

    You don't see that often from this man...

  • Great Social Events

    Quiz nights, social drinks, hanami...

  • Well extended!

    Going straight back over the bowler...

  • Tucked around the Corner

    Just one of many shots - on and off the field...

TWCC 176/6 Defeated 77/10 Keio Knights
September 10, 2017 - 1:30 pm at YCAC Match Report
TWCC 122/8 Defeated 105 Alpha Quashers-Yokohama
September 2, 2017 - 10:30 am at Sano 1 Match Report
TWCC 0 Rained Out 0 Paddy Foley's
August 20, 2017 - 10:30 am at Sano 3 Match Report
TWCC 173/4 Defeated 70 British Embassy
July 30, 2017 - 10:00 am at YCAC Match Report
Wyverns 218 Defeated 176 TWCC
July 29, 2017 - 11:00 am at Sano 1 Match Report

Tokyo Wombats Cricket Club

Welcome to the Tokyo Wombats Cricket Club (TWCC). We are an amateur cricket club based in Tokyo playing in Division I of the Japan Cricket League. Despite our beginnings as a club made up of mostly Australian nationals in Japan, TWCC now boasts players from many cricket-playing nations, and as much as we love playing cricket, we also enjoy getting together as a club to enjoy many cold beers at the pubs and watering holes of downtown Tokyo. Navigate through the menu items above to read more about our history and club culture.


Latest News…

Dino hits 100!

Congratulations to Jarrad Shearer on becoming the first Tokyo Wombat to achieve the prestigious milestone of 100 official appearances for the club! It is only fitting that the man we know affectionately as Dino(saur), the club’s founding father and lifeblood, is the first person to log 100 caps.

Wombats Host Koalas: Marsupials Have a Blast

Message from the President

G’day Wombats and website visitors, Please read on for a summary of our 2016 season and where we are heading in 2017.



Alex Koolhof
vs Alpha Quashers-Yokohama (Sep 2, 2017)
It was the Russian's last game for quite some time before his return to Australia, so the ex-prez opened both the batting and bowling! With the bat he only managed a paltry five runs, but in his mainstay department of medium-pace bowling, Kooly snared two key wickets for only 23 runs from eight overs. The boys rallied to defend a small target and send Koolhof home in (glorious) victorious fashion!

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