Southborough Cricket Club 150 Club squad

Geoff Brown
ICE BATH BUDDY: Auntie Claude

HERO: Colly

MUSIC: Jethro Tull
Simon Fisher
Ageing opener in the classical 'mould' (modelled on 'Sir' Geoffrey Boycott - as a Yorkshireman of a certain vintage I could have no other hero) and generally sniffy about going airborne. Prefer a beautiful looking duck to an ugly 50, which is fortunate now that more of the former than latter come along. Completely run out of places to be hidden in the field though still willing if not effective. The odd catch held belies the general outcome under the aerial ball.

Paid my dues in the 1990's as club captain (Mike Brearley I was not) and appearances now less than frequent but still hobbling on my dodgy knees from one season to the next.

Career highlights - best ever bowling, and certain to remain so, of 4 - 8 was in 1982 (and that for Skinners' against Maidstone Grammar - for some reason they thought I was a bowler and I batted 11) and batting of 161* in 1985 against Headcorn (Alan Honess thought I was a batter and batted me at 1 and I didn't bowl - I still wonder who was right).

I think therefore I can safely say I peaked some time ago and now find the shadows lengthening rather than the sunlit uplands beckoning.
Hassan Hadi
Left hand opener, used to be a decent cover fielder, very occasional seamer. Once faced four balls from Courtney Walsh in the nets and watched at non-striker's end as Chris Cowdrey hit 50.
Alex Hibbitt
ICE BATH BUDDY: Alain Taylor

HERO: Alan Shearer

MUSIC: Katherine Jenkins
Mark Jenkins

Recently moved to Southborough and looking to play with the club for the social and sporting side of things! I'm a left handed all-rounder and look forward to getting involved.


Giles Mansell
Fine leg fielder, 5th change bowler, number 11 bat.
Mandy Pulsford
Enthusiastic ladies vice captain!
Lance St Clair
Cricket Lovely Cricket........hampered by crippling old age and moving shrapnel ......I never like to talk about it though!
Only voted in as Captain 'cos Christine makes a good tea, and the "Impy" needed me to boost  the trade on a Sunday!
Proud to be involved in such a great bunch of people, that are SCC!  
Peter Young
Southborough debut 1966. Colts manager 19 years, Treasurer 26 years. Looking forward to Alex Hibbitt scoring more runs than me so his Mum will make butterfly cakes for my tea.