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Tim Mynott

WILTSHIRE SPONSORED BY: HENDY GROUP A right hand upper order batsman and medium pace bowler. Played regularly for over 20 cricket clubs during his career including Sussex Young Cricketers, MCC, Buccaneers, Sussex Martlets, South Wilts (Salisbury) and Wiltshire Seniors where he is currently Chairman. Toured Europe, Sri Lanka, Malaysia, and South Africa several times where he used to work […]

Martin Ivill

YORKSHIRE Born in Barnsley in 1951 he is a right hand batsman who bowls medium pace. Started playing cricket with Wombwell Main CC at the age of 12 then moved to Barnsley CC in 1967. Played for 20 years, twelve as captain from 1975 (married Jill the same year). Trialled at county nets and played for the YL […]

Ian Caunce

OXFORDSHIRE SPONSORED BY: ASPRAY 24 Started cricketing career in Lancashire in the mid 1960s and played in Nottinghamshire in the 80s. Moved to Oxfordshire in 1995 and since then has played for Oxford Downs. Joined the South Oxfordshire Amateurs and toured South Africa in 1997. Regular with Oxfordshire 50+ and 60+ and was selected to play for England over […]

Neil Calvert

LINCOLNSHIRE Almost an April Fool, born on 2 April 1955 near Skegness. Began playing cricket for his home village before moving to Alford where he still plays today. Many successful years in the first XI as a top order left hand batsman in the Lincolnshire Premier League with several as Captain. Later became Chairman and Trustee of the […]

Norman Botton

SOMERSET My earliest cricket memory is when my father took me to the Oval in 1963 to see my hero, Garfield Sobers. Cricketing highlights include – making my debut for King Edwards School, Bath 1st XI , a mere 0 not out as we were all bowled out for 2! For Oxford University when I […]

Nigel Belletty

SOMERSET Born in Calcutta, emigrated to England in 1964. Took to wicket-keeping at the age of 14 but lost touch with cricket at University. Qualified Chartered Accountant moved Bristol and started playing regular club cricket for Stoke Bishop CC. Has fulfilled roles as Captain, Chairman and is now a Life Member. Began 50+ cricket for Somerset in 2007 and […]

Geoff Beale

HAMPSHIRE A left handed middle order batsman, Captain of Hampshire 60+ side having started playing again after a 17 year break from cricket. Represented Hampshire from 15 to 19 age groups, Southampton University and previously with Waterlooville in the old Southern League. Retired Secondary school teacher having taught geography and sport for 36 years, including a one year spell […]

Dave Bartholomew

LANCASHIRE Dave ‘Barty’ Bartholomew came to the UK from Trinidad in 1971 as an 18 year old to play rugby union at Coventry and he later moved to play league as a professional at Keighley. He also played amateur cricket during the summer months for a number of clubs in the Lancashire leagues. Has played competitive cricket in […]

Nick Andrews

CAMBRIDGESHIRE/HUNTINGDONSHIRE The last 15 years have been the most enjoyable of a long career, firstly 50+ then 60+ as well as at club level and lastly for England. A steady all-rounder at good club level without ever quite making a Minor Counties breakthrough. Keeping fit and a switch from medium pace to off-spin 30 years ago has helped […]

Chris Swadkin

KENT (VICE CAPTAIN) Based in South East London most of his life and a member of Blackheath CC since 1968. He is a left hand bat and slow (pushing it a bit to call it spin!) left arm bowler. Captained the club when winning both the National Club Championship (1971) and Kent Premier League (1984). Toured Australia in […]