Wycombe House Sports and Social Club
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|Philip Coleman (as of 2016[update])|
Wycombe House Sports and Social Club is a private members club in Isleworth, West London. It was founded in 1888 and is one of the oldest remaining private members multi-sport and social clubs in the world.
The club was formed by members of the Hammersmith Branch of the YMCA at the end of 1888. The name 'Wycombe House' is derived from the name of the YMCA's Hammersmith Road headquarters – a large house with extensive grounds which appears to have dated back to at least the mid eighteenth century and may have originally been the farmhouse of Stonehills farm, long ago demolished.
The club's first ground was a pitch on Wormwood Scrubs rented from London County Council and it later played on other rented grounds in West London before arriving at its present ground in 1939.
The Cricket Section
Wycombe House Cricket Club is a Clubmark cricket club having the national accreditation awarded by Sport England. These standards include safeguarding and protecting children and young people and club management.
The Wycombe House Cricket Clubs under 13's (Colts) were National Champions in 1987, 1992 and 1999. in 1992 the Colts had a clean sweep winning the Area and County Leagues at all age groups, becoming the first winners of the County Victor Ludorum Cup, which they again won in 1999 and 2000.
Some members have gone on to play for England, Middlesex, Worcestershire, Somerset, Essex, Kent, Middlesex Colts, Middlesex Schools, England Schools and MMC, Middlesex and England Young Cricketers.
The Social Section
Wycombe House Social Club has a large bar area where events throughout the year include Quiz Nights, BBQ's, Dinners and Karaoke Nights
The Table Tennis Section
This section were the South West Middlesex League Champions in 1972–73, 1973–74, 1974–75, 1975–76, 1995–96, 1996–97, 1999–2000, 2000–2001 as well as Cup Winners: 1972–73, 1973–74, 1990–91, 1993–94, 2002–03, 2004–05 
The Tennis Section
Wycombe House Lawn Tennis Club is the tennis section formed in 1930 and which played on grass courts until 1984, when hard courts were laid. In 2011 the courts became Matchplay II carpet surfaces.
Floodlighting in 1992 considerably extended hours and membership. The tennis club competes competitively in the Middlesex county league with two men's teams, one ladies team, one mixed team and two veterans teams.
A prospective member must be proposed by one member and elected by the majority of the management committee. The name and address of person proposed for election shall, for not less than two days before the election, be displayed on the Club notice board. The decision of the committee as to the election is final.
- Club Cricket Conference (CCC)
- England & Wales Cricket Board (ECB)
- Middlesex Cricket Board (MCB)
- Middlesex Colts Association (MCA)
- Lawn Tennis Association (LTA)
- Middlesex County Lawn Tennis Association (MCLTA)
- Wycombe House Lawn Tennis Club - The official website of Wycombe House Lawn Tennis Club
- Wycombe House Cricket Club - The official website of Wycombe House Cricket Club
- Wycombe House Home Page
- Wycombe House History
- British History Online
- Wycombe House Cricket Club
- English Cricket Board Roll of Honour 1987, 1992 and 1999
- A Brief History of Wycombe House Page 6
- Wycombe House Social Club Wycombe House Social Club
- Middlesex Table Tennis Association Roll of Honour
- Play Rite Case Study
- Wycombe House Fixtures Page 26