Matching Green Cricket Club Matching Green 2nd XI squad

Matching Green 2nd XI

Captain : Simon Bonas

Charlie Bass
Left-Arm "Slinga Malinga" opening bowler for the 1stXI, can be rapid for someone of his age, and will only get quicker. Can hit a fair ball aswell when needed. His iPod can be heard a mile away from The Green, with "Umbrella Ela Ela, Ey Ey" being his famous soundtrack.
Charlie Bennett
Elaine & Andrew
Graeme Bowerman
Very Ginger. Keen to ensure fun is also had whilst performing well! Mainly an effective, if not elegant batsman, who can bowl when required.
Now unable to claim being the hairiest man at MGCC, he is happy to settle with being the token "ginga" within the ranks. Long time Batchelor Graeme finally shook of the cruel gay jibes when he eventally married his sweetheart Vanessa in 2009.
Tom Figg
Tom, eldest of the Figg brothers, is a hard hitting batsman who has played for The Green since the age of 11 when the Russell Colts Dynasty was forming. Along with Hobbsie, was the first product to represent the 1st XI after being under the tutoridge of Sir Russell.
Thomas Hobbs
Opening bowler in serious decline, has now tranformed into the 1st XI's solid opening bat, forming a formidable partnership with Lordy at the top the innings! Has textbook technique and can bore the pants off anyone with his forward defences when opening up, although his shot selection is "awesome" states Matthew Hartnell.
Max Hunt
Fiona & Ashton Hunt
Jack Hutley
Emma - Mum
Joshua Hutley
New junior for 2012
Oliver Hutley
New junior for 2012
Simon Jeffery
Simon is a loyal and committed member, who's most impressive "feature" has to be his low bullett arm that can run even the quickest of runners out. With a low swoop down for the ball and in one motion the ball is at the stumps, the batsman is gone. Can hit some hefty blows with the bat once getting his eye in.
Chris Leamon
Married the delightful Heather in Feb 2005. Handy slogster and suicidal in the field.
Rob Leamon
club captain and groundsman
Harry Lees

Often mistaken as a limp wristed man (i.e. Greeny) due to his excessive pink clothing but can counter with most catches in 2013. Spends most of time telling the boys to love thy neighbour. 

"A true batsman should in most of his strokes tell the truth about himself." - Sir Neville Cardus
Peter Liversidge
Not often seen on The Green anymore, but a legend throughout the club renowned for his exemplary manners and huge hitting. On his day, if partnered with Lordy, would take any bowling attack in the league to pieces within minutes.
Lorcán Neville
Toni & Kevin Neville
Martin Ormondroyd
Martin, another one of our clubs number crunchers, is a life long MGCC member. Having seen his more than useful left arm pace deteriorate over the last few years, has has tuned his batting to become a solid member of any batting line-up, and holds a few spectacular catches each year!
Steve Parker
Ever present 2nd teamer (only surfing in Devon gets the nod over cricket) who is improving year on year with bat and ball.
Joe Scanlon
2nd XI strike bowler at 14!
Nick Scantlebury
Oldest of the "Scants", Nick has the impressive ability to swing the new ball in both directions. His batting can hold its own for the 1st XI aswell, and another good year for both School and Club bodes well for the future. Can always be found in The Chequers chatting up the ladies, or elaborating on his weekly excursions in his tractor.
Max Smith
Jonathan & Abigail
Jonathan Taylor
A few seasons under the belt for Matching. Easley one of the best cricketers for the green with outstanding ability with the bat ball and in the field!!! Just don't want to show the other players up so chuck a few down the leg side and get a few ducks!!! Come on the green MGF MGF MGF!!!
Matt Taylor
A peaceful relaxed calm young man
Good umpiring, scoring and tea making skills
Definate prospect for the club
Mark Wilson
After only first setting foot on a Cricket field during the 2005 season, Mark has made huge strides and is now an integeral member of the 1st XI. His arrow type bowling has seen the end to many a class batsman. Mark considers his batting to be a work in progress...
Performance history