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Leverstock Green Cricket Club

2014


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LEVERSTOCK GREEN CRICKET CLUB

Leverstock Green Hemel Hempstead Hertfordshire HP3 8LJ Telephone : 01442 213718

www.lgcc.org.uk Affiliated to : Hertfordshire County Cricket Association and Club Cricket Conference Member of : Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League

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President:

Brian Coulshed

Life Vice Presidents:

Vic Allen Barry Deadman Fred Glasscoe Frank Howard David Presence Dave Tyson Michael Wood

Vice Presidents:

Jim Angell Tony Humphrey Brad Klosterman Mike Parkes Diane Wilson David Young

Trustees:

Ron Craven

Percy Bulsara Alan Fisher Mike Godwin Peter Humphrey Alun Roberts Tony Williams Neil Wray

Ron Craven Neil Fleming John Hancock Brian Latchford Brian Taylor Steve Wilson

Carol Eaton Mike Jacobs Bob Morris Harold Rylott Liz Wood

Claire Heath Gary Jakeman Chris Murton Ann Tyson Steve Wright

Neil Fleming

Michael Wood

Management Committee

(* denotes member of the management committee)

Chairman *

Steve Wilson 104 Hollybush Lane, Hemel Hempstead, HP1 2PJ Tel: 01442 264944 email: stephen.wilson18@btinternet.com

Secretary *

Tony Williams 19 Lombardy Close, Hemel Hempstead, HP2 4NG Tel: 01442 250280 email: tony@leverstock.demon.co.uk

Treasurer *

To be advised

Club Captain * Richard Walker 5 Abel Close, Hemel Hempstead, HP2 4BL Tel: 07881 658415 email: richogbfc@hotmail.co.uk

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Director of Junior Cricket * Brad Klosterman 58 Peascroft Road, Hemel Hempstead, HP3 8EP Tel: 07799 888098 email: bradauscricket@googlemail.com Membership Secretary * Peter Humphrey 22 Plantation Walk, Hemel Hempstead, HP1 3LY Tel: 01442 403356 email: peter.humphrey1@ntlworld.com Bar Chairman * Gary Jakeman 351 Chambersbury Lane, Hemel Hempstead, HP3 8LW Tel: 01442 235765 email: gary@gjakeman.co.uk Pavilion Services Manager * Jim Angell 15 Manan Close, Hemel Hempstead, HP3 8TG Tel: 01442 398870 email: p.angell@ntlworld.com Events Co-ordinator * Steve Purdy 23 Northend, Hemel Hempstead, HP3 8TL Tel: 07950 515990 email: steve.purdy54@hotmail.co.uk Marketing and Income Development Officer * Steve Wright 2 Greenacres, Hemel Hempstead, HP2 4LX Tel: 01442 211677 email: steve.wright1@talk21.com Fixture Secretary Mike Roberts 88 King Street, Kempston, Beds, MK42 8BN Tel: 07833 742405 email: mike.roberts@veolia.co.uk Press Officer

Luke Weston Tel: 07738 248341 email: weston.luke@yahoo.co.uk

Mens’ Darts Secretary

Paul Dashwood Tel: 01442 400304

Club Welfare Officer

Tony Williams Tel: 01442 250280 5


A Message from the President I am very pleased to welcome all members, sponsors, friends and guests of Leverstock Green Cricket Club to the Club for the 2014 season. The year of 2014 should prove to be a memorable one for LGCC as it will mark the Official Opening of our ‘new’ Clubhouse following years of expectations, planning and hard work; more of this later. Although the 2013 cricket season was not the Club’s most successful, there were many positive highlights. The First XI played very well in the second half of the season, winning most of their matches. Additionally, a few of our younger players started to blossom in league cricket and, for 2014, the age profile of both the First and Second XIs should be just about perfect. The First Team reached the final of the prestigious Heath Park Cup (formerly the Gazette Cup) for the second time in three years but suffered an agonising defeat as the opposition hit the six needed, off the last ball, in the evening twilight in front of a massive crowd. To say that the players and very large contingent of LGCC supporters were bitterly disappointed is an understatement. Dealing with that type of experience only makes us stronger and more determined for the future. Cricket Week was again blessed with beautiful sunny weather. A large crowd was attracted to the Green on the Friday when we had organised a match against old rivals, Hemel Hempstead Town C.C., with LGCC batsman, Sam Mazurek hitting the winning runs off the last ball. The match was played in memory of HHTCC Chairman, Roger Doodson, who died earlier in the Summer after a brave battle against cancer. It was an emotional occasion when both clubs honoured a wonderful sportsman and teacher, who was a much-loved member of our local, cricket community. The overall life and spirit of Leverstock Green Cricket Club was as active as ever with lots of events and activities organised to provide opportunities for the people of our local area and also to raise money for charities and our Capital Project. These comprised: Darts, Yoga, Cycling, Banjo playing, Quizzes, Race Nights, Vinyl Evenings, Carol Singing, Curry Evenings, Discos, Parties, Open Evenings, Burns Night and a Coffee Morning. Two of the biggest events were ‘Leatherstock’ (in partnership with the ‘Olde Leather Bottle’), a large-scale, open air music festival on the Green and ‘Steve Wilson’s Ton Up Auction’, which marked our Chairman’s first ever century and raised over £3000 for the Project. On 20th October, LGCC hosted lunch for about 60 members of the Professional Cricketers’ Association (PCA), who were taking part in a sponsored bike ride, visiting all the Test Match venues, whilst raising 6


money in memory of Tom Maynard of Surrey, who tragically died earlier in the year. The cyclists included some very famous cricketers such as Marcus Trescothick, Jos Buttler and Tom’s father, Matthew Maynard. The Sky Sports cameras were present and the PCA was very impressed with and grateful to our Club. Subsequently, the PCA has assisted our fundraising for the Capital Project. The Club’s Capital Project does, indeed, dominate everything at the moment. The Project began in September 2011 and, following over two years of very detailed planning, preparations and fundraising, building work started in November 2013 and was due to be finished by the beginning of the cricket season. A grand official opening ceremony has been planned to take place during Cricket Week when the Club will celebrate its wonderful achievement. The Capital Project comprises: a 60 square metre extension, incorporating new changing rooms for players and officials, with integral showers and toilets; remodelling and refurbishment of the existing Clubhouse, which provides a new kitchen, scorers’ area and scoreboard, new toilets and disabled facilities as well as a larger bar/social area with new ceilings and lighting. The extended building will be enhanced and weatherproofed by a new, pitched roof. All this will sustain LGCC for many years into the future as well as providing improved facilities for our members and local community. The Project has been initiated, progressed, managed and delivered by the Club’s Development Committee together with splendid support from a wide variety of Club members and supporters. It has been a real team effort. The Project has received financial support from: the England and Wales Cricket Trust (EWCT); Leverstock Green Parish Trust; Dacorum Borough Council; Wells & Young’s Brewery; donations and fundraising from Club members and sponsors; as well as savings and fundraising made by the Club over the last five years. We also received advice and support from the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB), the Hertfordshire Cricket Board (HCB) and the Dacorum Borough Sports Development Department. LGCC is also very grateful to its major sponsors: Saunders Architects Partnership; Aitchisons Estate Agents; Herts Mechanical Handling Services (HMHS); Tornado Engineering; Best Rate FX Currency Exchange; Unique Cars Ltd.; Hicks and Co Accountants; DSL Licencing Ltd. (DSL); and the ‘Olde Leather Bottle’, who have all given generous support currently and recently. We live in exciting times at Leverstock Green. I sincerely hope that all our club members will enjoy the facilities that have been secured, will ‘seize the day’ (carpe diem!) and work together to raise standards still higher in our very distinctive and special community, cricket club. I wish you all an enjoyable season.

Brian Coulshed

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A Message from the Club Captain I am proud to be representing the cricketers of Leverstock Green CC as I follow Michael Wood into the Club Captain’s role, especially given what a momentous year it is for the future of this great Club. Here’s a little bit about me first of all, by way of introduction. A new member nine years ago, I’ve played in three of the Club’s four Saturday XIs and held team captain and vice-captain positions with both the Saturday 2nd XI and Sunday 1st XI. It’s not all been plain sailing though, because I was also subject to an enforced sunbathing break when I picked up a one-month playing ban for letting my ultracompetitive streak get the better of me a few years ago! Nobody’s perfect. It’s with all those experiences in mind that I hope to bring my trademark drive, passion and energy to make a success of every challenge undertaken as Club Captain. I believe strongly in the personal and playing qualities we have among the cricketers here and I am confident of their full backing in making 2014 a year of action and progress both on and off the field of play, in support of the amazing developments that have happened here at The Green. Experiences from my working life tell me that two-way communication is key to any success that we’re lucky enough to enjoy. I hope that a strong rapport with both senior and junior players, as well as with the tremendously hard-working Director of Junior Cricket Brad Klosterman, will allow me to get a true sense for what the players are thinking and hoping for – a feeling I can represent to the Management Committee to promote and properly represent the interests of all playing members at LGCC. As a group of players, we have a duty to play as full a part in Club life as we possibly can. The cricket itself is, of course, the focal point of summer life at the Club, but it’s just as much about the great people here. My aim is to bring the cricketers closer together than ever before with all other LGCC members, to strengthen and further the view that we’re part of a united, go-ahead and developing Club. 8


Focusing now on the cricket specifically, 2014 has provided us with a second chance, effectively. Our 1st XI were due to have been relegated last summer after a disappointing season, however a Herts League restructure – including the return of all of the county’s elite clubs – means that it’s Division Two cricket again this summer. While we all sacrifice a lot of time to play cricket, we need to adopt a much more professional approach all round. I expect our new overseas player Marc Simonds to add that professionalism and tenacity to the team and I hereby challenge the 1st XI, led by the legendary Dave Tyson, to be challenging for promotion throughout summer 2014. The job of Saturday XIs 2, 3 & 4 is to provide a platform for all players to enjoy their cricket while competing to win and promoting the best of the Club’s young talent by prioritising the importance of their role in each match. This will be a key focus of mine on both selection evenings and during Saturday matchdays. Other senior cricket will see Herts County Trophy action on a Sunday – and we hope to add some Sunday T20 friendlies with a view to sharpen all players for midweek action, where we’ve entered two teams in both the Watford Observer Fourteen14 and Heath Park (ex-Gazette) Cup competitions. It’s my job to ensure the cricket is just as successful as the rest of the Club’s progress in 2014 – but it will require a true team effort from all players if we are to reach our goals. Here’s to a fantastic year.

Richard Walker

Cricket Week 2014 A full week of matches and events commences at lunchtime on Monday 21st July. The Friday of the week sees the Grand Opening of the New Pavilion. A well known ex-England batsman will be along to cut the ribbon for us and to enjoy the festivities. Keep an eye on the notice boards, website and social media for full details on this and other events. All members and their guests will be very welcome throughout the week so please put it in your diary. 9


Annual Subscriptions 2014 (including VAT where applicable)

Playing*. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . £85 Junior Playing and Students. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . £25 Non-Playing*. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . £35 Senior Citizen (after 5 years membership). . . . . . . . £20 Associate Member. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . £10 Associate Membership is available to a previous member who now lives greater than 50 miles away *A £15 joining fee is applicable to all new members which includes a copy of "100 Not Out - A History of LGCC".

Membership Packages Family Package (Non-Playing). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . £65 Includes 1 Non-Playing Membership and up to 3 Junior Playing memberships.

Family Package (Playing). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . £115 Includes 1 Playing Membership and up to 3 Junior Playing memberships.

Subscriptions are due on 1st May 2014. Any member whose subscription remains unpaid as at 31st May 2014 will forfeit their privileges of membership. Before having these privileges restored, the member must pay an additional £10 to the above amounts. If, by 30th June 2014, this increased subscription is not paid then the Committee may terminate membership.

Match Fees Senior XI matches. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . £10.00 Students (all senior matches). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . £5.00

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Cricket Captains and Officials Club Captain

Richard Walker

07881 658415

Director of Junior Cricket

Brad Klosterman

07799 888098

1st XI Captain Vice Captain

David Tyson Sam Mazurek

07807 731254 07852 500066

2nd XI Captain Vice Captain

Dayle Littlejohn Lee Littlejohn

07707 317848 07990 684531

3rd XI Captain Vice Captains

Gareth Tucker Brett Baney Neil Fleming

07810 374750 07788 218205 07768 945858

4th XI Captain Vice Captain

Mark Pearson Brian Coulshed

07771 603757 07711 587778

Head Coach (Senior Cricket)

Marc Simonds

07932 589193

Cricket Week Teams Manager Mike Parkes Umpires Panel

07909 981527

Vic Allen Barry Deadman Brian Taylor

2013 Club Awards

Faulkner Trophy - Club Person of the Year

Tony Williams

Club Captain’s Award

Richard Walker

Young Player of the Year

Sam Revell 11


Events for 2014 Much of the focus over this last year has been on raising money for the club re-development but that said we have still had a very good mixture of events that have been Social events as well as specific fund raising events. The main highlights over the last year have been: The Leatherstock 2013 concert held on the May Bank holiday weekend on the green was another great success, and was a repeat of the success of the first one that was held in 2012. This was also a great example of the club combining its efforts with other local businesses and clubs e.g. The Leather Bottle pub, Clarkes the butchers, and the local Tennis club. We had in excess of 2,500 people throughout the day enjoying the live music, and with all the gazeboes around the green it created a great atmosphere. Of course this year it is again planned to hold Leatherstock 2014 on Sunday 25th May, which will be co-ordinated by Claire Heath. The planning has already started so hopefully we will have another successful and enjoyable event. Other events throughout the last 12 months have included two race nights which were primarily held as fund raising events and both generated a combined total of over £1600. The race videos were supplied and run by an external company, to which we provided a team to run the tote, work out the odds, introduce the races and pay out the winnings – so a big thank you to them. We also ran a couple of ‘Vinyl Nights’ throughout the year (April and Nov) This is where you brought along your old vinyl records and paid £1 to play each record. It was great to hear the old 12


records from the 60s, 70s & 80s and everybody enjoyed being a DJ and playing their old records. To mark the end of the clubs annual Cricket week the social club held a BBQ and disco along with a raffle that also generated over £300 There was also the annual Burns night which is organised and run by Stewart Murdoch and was an enjoyable and well supported night with live music and a Haggis supper. The Sunday Quiz nights on the 1st Sunday in the month were also very well supported but we would always welcome new teams, so if any new members would like to form a team then please come along. This Christmas we organised Santa again for the kids and the Christmas party night was another good evening and the raffle generated another £200. This year’s New Year’s Eve party was a sell-out of the 100 tickets and was another great night. As well as the organised events throughout the year we also have a regular revenue stream generated by a meat raffle held every Friday night here in the club, and the Saturday Lottery bonus ball. These two themselves have helped to generate another £2500 over the year. So I have to thank the regular contributors to these two items as that £1 for a strip of raffle tickets and £1 for a bonus ball number do make a huge difference over the year. Also I have been very fortunate to have a team of people helping me throughout the year in arranging and running these events and without them it would have been very difficult so I would like to personally thank them, my wife Liz, Pat and Jim Angell, Mike Dark and Sandra. So in summary it has been a great year for the social side of the club, which has been fantastically supported by all of the club membership, and has helped to raise a significant amount of money both towards the club re-development and future events. Many thanks to everybody for your support and let’s make 2014 an equally successful year.

Steve Purdy

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1st XI Saturday Fixtures April

19 Apsley Guise H . . . . 26 Chorleywood H . . . .

May

03 * Preston 10 * Welwyn Garden City II 17 * Ickleford 24 * Northwood 31 * Abbots Langley

A . . . . A . . . . H . . . . A . . . . H . . . .

June

07 * St Albans West Indian 14 * Wheathampstead 21 * Hemel Hempstead Town II 28 * St Margaretsbury

A . . . . H . . . . A . . . . A . . . .

July

05 * Cockfosters 12 * Baldock 19 * Northchurch 26 * Old Albanian

H . . . . H . . . . A . . . . H . . . .

August

02 * Met Police Bushey 09 * Redbourn 16 * Watford Town 23 * Old Owens 30 * Radlett II

A . . . . H . . . . A . . . . H . . . . A . . . .

September 06 * County Hall H . . . . 13 H . . . . * Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League - Division Two

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1st XI Sunday Fixtures Sunday T20 friendlies (early pm start) and other ad hoc friendly matches will be arranged throughout the summer. Please feel free to suggest suitable opposition, particularly for T20 matches, to the Club Captain.

May

04 11 18 25 Finchley

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June 01 ยง Old Owens 08 15 22 29

H . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

July

06 13 20 27

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August

03 10 17 24 Handicap Challenge 31

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Note: 50/50 format to be played, as preparation for Herts County Trophy

September 07 . . . . . . ยง Herts County Trophy

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2nd XI Saturday Fixtures April

19 . . . . . . 26 Chorleywood A . . . .

May

03 10 17 24 31

* Preston II * Cockfosters II * Hoddesdon II * Harpenden III * Parkfield & Headstone

H . . . . H . . . . A . . . . H . . . . A . . . .

June

07 * Wormley 14 * Hatfield & Crusaders II 21 * Wheathampstead II 28 * Flitwick II

H . . . . A . . . . H . . . . H . . . .

July

05 12 19 26

A . . . . A . . . . H . . . . A . . . .

August

02 * Welwyn Garden City III 09 * Chipperfield Clarendon II 16 * Watford Town II 23 * Flamstead 30 * Radlett III

* Old Cholmeleians * Bentley Heath * Hertford III * Hemel Hempstead Town III

H . . . . A . . . . H . . . . A . . . . H . . . .

September 06 * Knebworth Park III A . . . . 13 . . . . . . * Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League - Division Five

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3rd XI Saturday Fixtures April

19 . . . . . . 26 . . . . . .

May

03 * Abbots Langley III 10 * Pirton 17 * Harpenden Dolphins 24 * Welwyn Garden City IV 31 * Old Elizabethans II

A . . . . H . . . . A . . . . H . . . . A . . . .

June

07 14 21 28

* Greenwood Park * Luton Town & Indians IV * Hatfield & Crusaders III * Knebworth Park IV

H . . . . A . . . . H . . . . A . . . .

July

05 12 19 26

* Cockfosters III * North Mymms III * Sandridge II * Kings Langley III

H . . . . H . . . . H . . . . A . . . .

August

02 * Frogmore 09 * Boxmoor II 16 * Stevenage IV 23 * London Colney II 30 * Little B. Sahibs

H . . . . H . . . . A . . . . H . . . . H . . . .

September 06 * Rickmansworth III A . . . . 13 . . . . . . * Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League - Division Nine

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4th XI Saturday Fixtures May

17 * Watford Town IV 24 * Boxmoor IV 31 * Watford Town V

H . . . . A . . . . H . . . .

June

07 14 21 28

* West Herts IV * Berkhamsted IV * Shenley Village IV * Rickmansworth V

A . . . . H . . . . A . . . . H . . . .

July

05 12 19 26

* Chorleywood IV * Bushey IV * Kings Langley IV * Frogmore II

A . . . . A . . . . A . . . . H . . . .

August

02 * Harpenden VI 09 * Abbots Langley IV 16 23

A . . . . A . . . . H . . . . . . . . . .

* Saracens Herts Cricket League - Division Twelve West

July

Cricket Week 2014

Mon 21 President’s XI H . . . . Tues 22 TBA H . . . . Wed 23 TBA H . . . . Thur 24 TBA H . . . . Fri 25 TBA H . . . .

Friday will include the Grand Opening of the New Pavilion. A well known ex-England batsman will be along to cut the ribbon for us and to enjoy the festivities. Keep an eye on www.lgcc.org.uk, Twitter, Facebook and posters in the club for full details of matches and events. 18


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Leverstock Green Junior Cricket 2013 proved to be a tough season with two teams just missing out on quarter final positions but on a cheerful note it was great to see our U15’s win several matches after going winless over the previous two seasons. After a full season of decent weather, we had a number of outstanding individual performances that saw players win individual awards at our junior presentation. It was also great to see a number of our Under 15’s playing in senior cricket and doing well. The 2014 season will see the club field teams in Under 10, 11, 12, 14, 15 and 16 in the Herts Junior League. We are expecting big things this summer with the majority of our juniors completing winter training whilst a number of our players are also training with the Area cricket squads. Once again I extend a big thank you to all our age group coaches, who organise and run the games on evenings and at weekends and training on a weekend. Without these volunteers we could not run our junior teams. Tony Williams, our Chief Welfare Officer, is also critical to the continued success of the junior section in ensuring all coaches are aware of the rigorous standards expected of a Clubmark status cricket club. Our objectives in 2014 are: • To maintain the quality of coaching for all children and provide a safe and happy environment in which they can thrive. • To be more successful in terms of junior teams getting to Finals Day. • To provide a platform into senior cricket for junior players and coaching opportunities for U23’s • To develop first and second team players for the future With a new clubhouse to relax in, I look forward to seeing everyone out in force whether it be as a player or supporter during the 2014 summer and wish all our junior cricketers a thoroughly enjoyable and successful season.

Brad Klosterman

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Junior Section Fixtures 2014 Under 10 - Group 3

May Jun

Mon 05 Wed 14 Tue 20 Wed 04 Mon 09 Sun 15 Mon 23 Mon 30

Watford Town Boxmoor Abbots Langley Rickmansworth Watford Town Boxmoor Abbots Langley Rickmansworth

Under 11 - 8-a-side

Apr May Jun Jul

Mon 28 Watford Town Tue 06 Harpenden Fri 16 St Albans Boys Thu 22 Old Albanian 2 Sun 01 St. Albans Girls Fri 06 Watford Town Mon 16 St Albans Boys Fri 20 Harpenden Sun 22 Old Albanian 2 Fri 04 St. Albans Girls

Under 12 (1)

Apr May Jun Jul

Wed 30 Berkhamsted Wed 07 Tring Park Mon 12 Boxmoor Wed 21 Potten End Fri 23 Redbourn Wed 04 Berkhamsted Wed 11 Tring Park Wed 18 Boxmoor Wed 25 Potten End Wed 02 Redbourn

Under 12 (2)

Apr May

Wed 30 West Herts Thu 08 Watford Town Tue 13 Rickmansworth 21

A H A H H A H A

6pm 6pm 6pm 6pm 6pm 6pm 6pm 6pm

A A H A H H A H H A

6pm 6pm 6pm 6pm 6pm 6pm 6pm 6pm 6pm 6pm

H A H A A A H A H H

6pm 6pm 6pm 6pm 6pm 6pm 6pm 6pm 6pm 6pm

A 6pm H 6pm A 6pm


Under 12 (2) cont.

Jun Jul

Wed 21 Radlett Mon 26 Chipperfield Clarendon Thu 12 Watford Town Mon 16 Rickmansworth Wed 18 West Herts Tue 24 Radlett Thu 03 Chipperfield Clarendon

Under 14

May Jun Jul

Mon 05 St. Albans Mon 19 Redbourn Wed 21 Old Albanian Mon 02 Tring Park Fri 06 Watford Town Thu 12 West Herts Wed 18 Bushey Thu 26 Rickmansworth Fri 04 Boxmoor

Under 15

May Fri 09 Berkhamsted Wed 14 Chipperfield Clarendon Thu 22 St. Albans Fri 30 Langleybury Jun Thu 05 Harpenden Fri 13 Watford Town Mon 16 Rickmansworth

Under 16

Jun Jul

Under Under Under Under

Fri 20 Wed 02 Thu 03 Wed 09

Abbots Langley Met Pol Bushey Kings Langley Boxmoor

Junior Section Managers

H A A H H A H

6pm 6pm 6pm 6pm 6pm 6pm 6pm

A H A H A H A H A

6pm 6pm 6pm 6pm 6pm 6pm 6pm 6pm 6pm

H A A A A H A

6pm 6pm 6pm 6pm 6pm 6pm 6pm

H A A H

6pm 6pm 6pm 6pm

Under 14 - Dave Tyson Under 15 - Marc Simonds / - Dave Tyson Under 16 - Brad Klosterman

10 - Matt Lake 11 - Matt Lake 12 (1) - Brad Klosterman 12 (2) - Mike Downes

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Junior Section Award 2013 Under 10 Batting George Goates-Smith Bowling Troy Henry Fielding George Goates-Smith Under 11 (1) Batting Matthew Gardner Bowling Jake Klosterman Fielding Matthew Gardner Under 11 (2) Batting George Orriss Bowling Tom Herring Fielding Joshua Price Under 11 8-a-side Batting Cole Seggery Bowling Matthew Gardner Fielding Oliver Barling Under 13 Batting Luke Carl Bowling Kaleem Saleem Fielding Cameron Tattershall Under 15 Batting Daniel Lake Bowling Louis Glyn Fielding Lewis Glasscoe Golden Gloves Daniel Lake Junior Player of the Year Daniel Lake Watch Saracens at Allianz Park and raise cash for our Club Quote Leverstock Green when booking and the Club will get cash for each ticket purchased Call the ticket office on 0844 847 1876 or click on the link on our website at www.lgcc.org.uk 23


Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League 2013 Division Two

Dunstable Botany Bay Broxbourne Kings Langley Holtwhites Trinibis Shenley Village Preston Radlett II Northwood Hemel Hempstead Town II Northchurch Wheathampstead Watford Town Cockfosters Welwyn Garden City II St Albans West Indian St Margaretsbury Leverstock Green County Hall Baldock

Division Five

Datchworth Hitchin II Sandridge Hatfield & Crusaders Dunstable II Langleybury II Southgate Compton Chorleywood II Watford Town II Old Cholmeleians Leverstock Green II Flamstead Harpenden III Old Camdenians Welwyn Garden City III Parkfield & Headstone Preston II Hatfield & Crusaders II Chipperfield Clarendon II Cockfosters II

P W D L NR Bat Bwl Tot

19 14 1 2 2 0 24 464 19 13 3 0 3 11 17 448 19 10 2 4 3 26 52 408 19 10 1 5 3 31 36 397 19 9 2 5 3 33 46 379 19 9 2 5 3 28 50 373 19 8 2 7 2 28 62 350 19 7 2 7 3 47 48 330 19 4 7 5 3 84 89 323 19 7 3 5 4 21 50 321 19 5 3 8 3 72 69 321 19 5 4 7 3 75 58 313 19 6 2 8 3 40 56 306 19 4 7 6 2 73 76 289 19 5 3 7 4 38 58 286 19 5 3 8 3 36 55 271 19 5 2 9 3 22 64 266 19 4 1 11 3 35 74 259 19 2 3 12 2 64 69 213 19 2 1 13 3 37 60 162

P W D L NR Bat Bwl Tot

19 12 2 2 3 29 26 445 19 13 1 3 2 10 16 436 19 10 4 4 1 52 65 427 19 11 3 3 2 26 39 415 19 10 3 3 3 34 41 405 19 10 1 4 4 19 33 392 19 9 4 4 2 22 56 368 19 8 2 7 2 26 55 341 19 8 2 5 4 20 22 322 19 5 2 10 2 67 75 312 19 7 1 8 3 15 44 299 19 6 2 7 4 27 52 299 19 6 1 10 2 38 47 285 19 6 2 10 1 44 52 281 19 3 4 8 4 70 87 277 19 4 2 10 3 37 57 244 19 5 3 10 1 28 55 243 19 3 2 11 3 30 57 202 19 2 4 10 3 42 67 199 19 3 3 12 1 22 63 180 24


Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League 2013 Division Nine

Berkhamsted II Broxbourne III Hertford IV Bayford & Hertford II Bovingdon Hatch End Allenburys Reed III Hatfield & Crusaders III Little B. Sahibs Greenwood Park Pirton Old Elizabethans II London Colney II Leverstock Green III Cockfosters III Rickmansworth III Harpenden Dolphins Knebworth Park IV

Division Thirteen

Old Elizabethans III Wheathampstead III Northwood Town III Boxmoor III Redbourn IV Baldock III Hertford V Abbots Langley IV Old Owens III Welwyn Garden City V Datchworth III Reed IV Old Camdenians III Watford Town IV Shenley Village IV Leverstock Green IV Hatfield Hyde III Waltham X Rosedale IV Chorleywood IV Rickmansworth V

P W D L NR Bat Bwl Tot

18 13 2 1 2 10 22 442 18 14 1 2 1 4 21 425 18 9 5 2 2 59 44 388 18 9 2 5 2 46 41 377 18 9 1 4 4 18 27 355 18 9 1 6 2 22 37 344 18 8 3 5 2 35 35 330 18 7 2 6 3 39 38 317 18 7 2 6 3 29 43 312 18 4 6 5 3 84 76 305 18 6 0 10 2 28 60 288 18 6 4 5 3 38 43 281 18 5 5 5 2 43 46 279 18 4 4 7 3 46 67 263 18 5 1 10 2 28 48 246 18 4 1 11 1 20 37 207 18 4 0 10 3 8 37 205 18 3 1 12 1 22 52 194 18 1 1 15 1 42 69 151

P W D L NR Bat Bwl Tot

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1st XI Batting Averages 2013 Name

Alex King Lewis Koch Dave Tyson Mark Landau Bruce Will Kevin Seggery Nahim Iqbal Sam Revell Kris Jadeja Nick Merrett Sam Mazurek Dayle Littlejohn Majid Khan Adam Thomas Luke Roberts Steve Murphy Also Batted Ben Parkes Jordan Parkes Lee Littlejohn Luke Weston Jamie Wallis Imran Iqbal Charlie Mahanama Keith Glasscoe

Mts Inn NO Runs HS

Ave

9 8 1 350 81 50.00 14 13 0 349 62 26.85 10 7 1 149 66 24.83 14 12 3 192 46 21.33 8 7 0 144 53 20.57 5 4 0 79 27 19.75 10 8 1 132 35 18.86 10 7 1 110 64 18.33 15 14 1 205 36 15.77 12 11 3 110 51 * 13.75 12 8 2 55 14 9.17 9 7 0 56 21 8.00 8 5 1 30 17 7.50 11 8 2 37 10 6.17 16 12 3 54 22 * 6.00 5 5 1 9 7 2.25 1 2 4 1 5 2 3 1

1 2 4 1 3 2 1 1

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0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

51 31 45 4 10 5 2 0

51 51.00 21 15.50 43 * 15.00 4 4.00 9 3.33 4 2.50 2 2.00 0 -


1st XI Bowling Averages 2013 Name

Ov Mdn Runs Wkts 88 110 101

24 24 8

259 376 431

21 5-8 21 5-31 23 5-44

12.33 17.90 18.74

Also Bowled Imran Iqbal Sam Revell Charlie Mahanama Dayle Littlejohn Kris Jadeja Dave Tyson Nahim Iqbal Luke Roberts Lewis Koch

8 5 15 46 34 70 7 79 102

2 0 1 12 10 17 0 12 8

40 45 50 153 98 274 48 354 515

0 0 6 14 6 13 2 14 12

8.33 10.93 16.33 21.08 24.00 25.29 42.92

Majid Khan Adam Thomas Sam Mazurek

Catches

Lewis Koch Kris Jadeja Bruce Will Luke Roberts Alex King Adam Thomas Dave Tyson Jordan Parkes

0-18 0-20 3-24 5-37 4-37 4-68 2-20 4-16 3-65

7 Nick Merrett 7 Dayle Littlejohn 5 (+2st) Steve Murphy 4 Mark Landau 3 Nahim Iqbal 3 Lee Littlejohn 2 Sam Mazurek 2

Batting Award 2013 - Lewis Koch Bowling Award 2013 - Majid Khan Fielding Award 2013 - Kris Jadeja Players’ Player 2013 - Lewis Koch Duck Trophy

BB

- Luke Roberts

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Ave

2 2 2 1 1 1 1


2nd XI Batting Averages 2013 Name

Keith Glasscoe Dayle Littlejohn Matthew Lake Abbas Ali Ben Parkes Steve Murphy Richard Walker Reece Kirk Luke Weston Sam Revell Connor Church Jamie Wallis Chrishan Casey Oliver Sawyer Also Batted Jordan Parkes Nick Merrett Dave Tyson David Young Imran Iqbal Kevin Seggery Gareth Tucker Chris Renwick Aidan Glasscoe Chris Bauldreay Mark Pearson Sashika Ranamuni Ben Jacobs Sam Roberts Michael Wood Sam Mazurek Daniel Lake Adam Thomas Ian Fender Ian Wallis Mike Parkes Mike Roberts Lee Littlejohn James Kavanagh Steve May Glen Taverner Brett Baney

Mts Inn NO Runs HS

Ave

11 11 2 260 64 28.89 4 4 0 98 45 24.50 9 6 2 84 34 * 21.00 14 9 0 157 34 17.44 8 8 0 122 57 15.25 9 9 0 135 40 15.00 15 14 3 161 60 * 14.64 11 8 3 68 16 13.60 7 7 0 94 32 13.43 8 7 1 63 29 10.50 6 6 0 61 31 10.17 7 7 0 59 23 8.43 5 5 0 39 24 7.80 7 6 1 16 12 3.20 1 1 0 80 80 80.00 3 3 1 132 71 66.00 6 4 2 118 73 * 59.00 3 3 2 56 24 * 56.00 4 3 1 106 72 * 53.00 2 2 0 84 62 42.00 3 3 1 57 33 * 28.50 4 4 1 77 39 25.67 2 2 0 38 33 19.00 1 1 0 19 19 19.00 3 2 1 17 9 * 17.00 5 2 1 14 14 14.00 3 3 1 28 15 14.00 2 2 0 27 17 13.50 3 3 0 37 21 12.33 2 1 0 10 10 10.00 1 1 0 6 6 6.00 2 2 0 10 6 5.00 1 1 0 4 4 4.00 2 1 0 1 1 1.00 1 1 0 1 1 1.00 1 1 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 5 5 * 4 1 1 3 3 * 32


2nd XI Bowling Averages 2013 Name

Sam Revell Richard Walker Dave Tyson Matthew Lake Abbas Ali Also Bowled Nick Merrett Michael Wood Sam Mazurek Oliver Sawyer Steve Murphy Mike Roberts Ian Wallis Brett Baney Jamie Wallis Dayle Littlejohn Imran Iqbal Chrishan Casey Jordan Parkes Chris Renwick Sashika Ranamuni Sam Roberts Steve May Lee Littlejohn Adam Thomas Ben Jacobs Luke Weston

Ov Mdn Runs Wkts 48 42 60 65 117

12 4 11 7 12

126 178 215 293 472

16 12 11 10 13

8 6 11 19 6 0 18 32 37 33 40 36 6 27 28 18 6 7 4 3 3

4 2 0 2 0 0 3 8 6 2 10 5 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0

9 11 34 98 34 12 44 71 123 186 139 160 49 138 140 65 27 45 28 23 33

4 2 5 2 4 1 2 3 5 7 5 5 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

Catches

BB

4-25 4-30 4-43 6-66 3-28

4-9 2.25 2-11 5.50 5-34 6.80 2-29 49.00 4-34 8.50 1-12 12.00 2-21 22.00 2-26 23.67 4-64 24.60 3-53 26.57 3-45 27.80 4-69 32.00 1-49 49.00 1-27 138.00 1-56 140.00 0-27 0-27 0-45 0-28 0-23 0-33 -

Reece Kirk 10 (+4st) Nick Merrett Keith Glasscoe 7 Luke Weston Steve Murphy 7 Dayle Littlejohn Abbas Ali 5 Aidan Glasscoe Richard Walker 5 Chrishan Casey Chris Renwick 4 Oliver Sawyer Sam Revell 2 (+1st) Daniel Lake 2 (+2st) Batting Award 2013 - Keith Glasscoe Bowling Award 2013 - Sam Revell Fielding Award 2013 - Chrishan Casey Players’ Player 2013 - Abbas Ali 33

Ave

7.88 14.83 19.55 29.30 36.31

3 3 2 2 2 2


3rd XI Batting Averages 2013 Name

Stuart Evans Gareth Tucker Graham Evans Neil Fleming Karl Turner Mike Parkes Steve May Rory Fleming Chrishan Casey Connor Church David Young Daniel Lake Brett Baney Also Batted Michael Wood Ajit Kumar Luke Weston Ben Jacobs Matthew Lake Chris Renwick Aidan Glasscoe Ian Wallis Abbas Ali Jack Evans Vivek Seth Mike Downes Kevin Brett Mark Pearson Dave Cardy Paul Wilson Oliver Sawyer Ellis Allan

Mts Inn NO Runs HS

Ave

11 11 1 238 56 23.80 14 13 2 250 72 22.73 13 13 1 232 29 * 19.33 16 16 2 262 51 18.71 12 10 1 147 33 16.33 6 5 1 62 29 15.50 13 12 4 93 47 * 11.63 15 14 1 147 39 * 11.31 6 5 0 47 36 9.40 5 5 0 45 14 9.00 6 6 0 51 16 8.50 12 10 1 51 24 * 5.67 12 6 1 14 5 2.80 4 4 3 3 3 0 2 2 0 3 3 0 2 1 0 2 2 0 1 1 0 7 6 3 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 2 2 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 2 2 0 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 0

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45 17 * 45.00 94 44 31.33 57 37 28.50 53 45 17.67 17 17 17.00 24 12 12.00 11 11 11.00 24 11 * 8.00 6 6 6.00 3 3 3.00 3 3 3.00 6 6 3.00 2 2 2.00 0 0 0 0 10 10 * 1 1 * 0 0 -


3rd XI Bowling Averages 2013 Name

Karl Turner Steve May Brett Baney Also Bowled Chris Renwick Abbas Ali Ben Jacobs Matthew Lake Michael Wood Graham Evans Rory Fleming Chrishan Casey Ajit Kumar Ian Wallis Sashika Ranamuni Kevin Brett Oliver Sawyer Daniel Lake Mike Downes David Young Dave Cardy

Catches

Daniel Lake Graham Evans Karl Turner Steve May Gareth Tucker Rory Fleming David Young Brett Baney Stuart Evans

Ov Mdn Runs Wkts 80 111 174

13 23 39

264 336 572

14 14 15 10 15 39 3 16 32 27 7 6 9 4 6 1 2

2 3 2 1 1 3 0 0 6 0 1 1 2 1 0 0 0

38 42 58 43 62 194 43 97 108 166 20 17 31 16 40 8 23

BB

16 5-26 18 5-46 28 7-70 5 4 5 3 4 5 1 2 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

3-19 4-42 3-37 3-27 2-36 1-7 1-0 1-18 2-25 1-6 0-20 0-17 0-8 0-16 0-40 0-8 0-23

8 Neil Fleming 6 Mike Parkes 6 Connor Church 5 Ben Jacobs 4 Matthew Lake 4 Mike Downes 3 Oliver Sawyer 3 Ellis Allan 2

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Ave

16.50 18.67 20.43 7.60 10.50 11.60 14.33 15.50 38.80 43.00 48.50 54.00 55.33 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1


4th XI Batting Averages 2013 Name Inn NO Runs HS

Ave

Steve Wilson Mark Pearson Vivek Seth David Young Lewis Glasscoe Mike Roberts Ellis Allan Dave Cardy Joshua Andre Brian Coulshed

10 8 1 218 101 * 31.14 9 7 2 131 73 26.20 10 9 2 172 49 * 24.57 6 5 0 78 31 15.60 7 7 1 68 51 * 11.33 14 11 1 92 27 * 9.20 10 7 1 54 31 * 9.00 10 7 1 52 16 8.67 9 7 1 34 15 5.67 12 10 1 43 12 4.78

Also Batted Daniel Shimell Mike Parkes David Wilson Graham Evans Matt Rance Michael Wood Rob Cooke Greg Coulshed Ian Fender Glen Taverner Dominic Clarke Daniel Fowler Nick James Ian Wallis Andy Green Kerry Andre Tom McGuirk Ross Merrett Kerry Andre Jamie Revell Daniel Oliver

2 2 1 59 48 * 59.00 4 4 1 161 66 53.67 1 1 0 40 40 40.00 1 1 0 36 36 36.00 1 1 0 34 34 34.00 1 1 0 21 21 21.00 3 2 1 19 15 * 19.00 10 5 2 46 18 * 15.33 2 2 0 28 15 14.00 1 1 0 13 13 13.00 4 4 1 38 15 * 12.67 1 1 0 10 10 10.00 6 4 2 17 16 8.50 1 1 0 6 6 6.00 1 1 0 4 4 4.00 2 1 0 3 3 3.00 3 2 0 2 2 1.00 2 1 0 1 1 1.00 1 1 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 -

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4th XI Bowling Averages 2013 Name

Dave Cardy Greg Coulshed Also Bowled David Wilson Rebecca Tyson Ian Wallis Graham Evans Rob Cooke Vivek Seth Jamie Revell Lewis Glasscoe Dominic Clarke Joshua Andre David Young Steve Wilson Daniel Oliver Michael Wood Brian Coulshed Mike Roberts Glen Taverner Mark Pearson Jack Evans Daniel Fowler

Ov Mdn Runs Wkts 71 107

9 8

276 369

16 3 20 12 32 3 9 42 33 22 8 19 7 9 7 4 2 6 3 1

3 0 4 2 5 0 0 5 8 0 1 0 2 1 2 0 0 0 0 0

53 9 60 37 84 14 50 167 74 121 43 82 18 26 27 30 16 49 25 17

Catches

BB

21 4-5 18 4-30 9 1 5 3 6 1 3 9 3 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

9-53 1-9 5-60 3-37 4-29 1-11 2-24 5-32 3-19 1-18 1-43 1-32 0-18 0-26 0-27 0-30 0-16 0-49 0-25 0-17

Mike Parkes 6 (+1st) Ellis Allan Brian Coulshed 4 Joshua Andre Vivek Seth 3 Glen Taverner Mike Roberts 3 Lewis Glasscoe David Wilson 2 Dave Cardy Steve Wilson 2 Nick James Mark Pearson 2 Ian Wallis Andy Green Batting Award 2013 - Steve Wilson Bowling Award 2013 - Dave Cardy Fielding Award 2013 - Ellis Allen Players’ Player 2013 - Greg Coulshed 37

Ave

13.14 20.50 5.89 9.00 12.00 12.33 14.00 14.00 16.67 18.56 24.67 40.33 43.00 82.00 -

2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1


Junior Section Averages 2013 Under 10

Batting Runs Ave Bowling Wkts Ave George Goates-Smith 44 22.00 Troy Henry 12 4.5 Troy Henry 47 15.67 Arjun Odedra 3 7.67 Cole Seggery 28 14.00 Eddie Ridgway 3 11.33 George Heath 16 5.33 George Goates-Smith 4 16 George Rumble 13 4.33 Sebastian Casey 1 17

Under 11 (1)

Batting Runs Ave Bowling Wkts Ave Matthew Gardner 36 12.00 Jake Klosterman 7 4.86 Cole Seggery 22 7.33 Eachan Panchal 1 5.00 James Glyn 28 7.00 James Glyn 3 15.00 Troy Henry 20 6.67 Matthew Gardner 1 20.00 Oliver Barling 20 5.00 Aaron Edwards 1 21.00 Batting George Orriss James Downes Jay Odedra Morgan Ellis Hasnaat Khan

Under 11 (2)

Runs Ave Bowling 23 11.50 Tom Herring 37 6.17 James Downes 23 4.60 Ralph Williams 17 4.25 Morgan Ellis 4 4.00 Neil Thakrar

Under 11 8-a-side

Wkts Ave 2 10.50 5 13.20 3 16.33 2 22.00 2 34.00

Batting Runs Ave Bowling Wkts Ave Cole Seggery 81 81.00 Matthew Gardner 6 7.00 Matthew Gardner 66 33.00 Oliver Barling 8 8.25 Oliver Barling 22 22.00 Troy Henry 7 9.71 Troy Henry 54 18.00 Jake Klosterman 6 11.00 James Glyn 53 17.67 Joe Hill 4 15.50

Under 13

Batting Runs Ave Bowling Wkts Ave Luke Carl 51 25.50 Kaleem Saleem 9 7.11 Kaleem Saleem 75 25.00 Rebecca Tyson 4 9.75 Joseph Brason 21 21.00 Joseph Brason 3 10.33 Cameron Tattershall 46 15.33 Abbie Sullivan 6 11.67 Rebecca Tyson 28 14.00 Cameron Tattershall 4 15.00 Batting Daniel Lake Ellis Allan Joshua Andre Lewis Glasscoe Jamie Revell

Under 15

Runs Ave Bowling 121 121.00 Louis Glyn 90 45.00 Lewis Glasscoe 79 26.33 Daniel Lake 31 15.50 Jamie Revell 25 12.50 Jack Evans 38

Wkts Ave 8 7.88 7 9.43 1 14.00 3 15.00 4 20.75


1st XI Records 1984-2013 Batting (qualification 10 innings)

Name Adam Wilkins Brent Mullett Mick Foley Alex King Mark Ryan Michael Gabriel Dan Plamenac Lloyd Pankhurst Brad Klosterman Keith Glasscoe Richie Benjamin Kevin Seggery Kris Jadeja Tony Humphrey Dave Tyson Lewis Koch Darren Wall John Rich Michael Wood Nahim Iqbal Charlie Mahanama Jon Batten Mickey Schools Mark Gray Guy Simpkin Jordan Parkes Chris Murton Mark Craft James Somerset Mark Landau Brian Taylor Les Hodgins Ash Ali Brad Hughes Nick Merrett Richard Walker Danny Murray Majid Khan Mike Parkes John Fisher

Inn NO Runs HS Ave Ct+St 17 3 899 122 64.21 7 46 6 1636 118 * 40.90 33+15 21 5 614 109 * 38.38 13 47 3 1622 146 * 36.86 31+9 23 3 694 134 34.70 4 19 0 647 109 34.05 11 54 4 1558 105 31.16 22 85 11 2234 127 30.19 7 216 32 5497 183 29.88 124+1 327 39 8370 108 29.06 84 13 2 317 104 28.82 7 577 61 14701 126 * 28.49 355+58 42 7 974 131 27.83 11 310 36 7600 117 * 27.74 124 643 119 14154 240 * 27.01 337 13 0 349 62 26.85 7 50 10 993 110 24.83 14 140 36 2575 84 * 24.76 34 478 88 9305 101 * 23.86 229+17 105 15 2064 107 22.93 36+3 40 2 865 86 22.76 14 139 12 2871 121 22.61 44 33 5 630 77 22.50 5 143 10 2969 111 * 22.32 31 104 13 2028 101 * 22.29 20 30 7 510 58 22.17 10 376 31 7609 121 22.06 62+1 248 23 4829 122 21.46 48 176 30 2927 103 * 20.05 64 29 7 422 46 19.18 6 32 4 535 45 19.11 0 19 3 303 64 18.94 0 67 4 1170 82 * 18.57 25 64 6 1037 79 17.88 34+6 92 13 1377 89 17.43 27+1 40 6 586 56 * 17.24 35+6 28 6 379 61 17.23 9 30 7 386 47 16.78 6 39 14 415 41 16.60 14 49 11 624 63 * 16.42 4 39


Heiko Labuschagne 42 Nigel Merrett 198 Aidan Glasscoe 135 Neil Wray 115 Matt Rance 55 Steve Lemmon 14 Brian Collins 13 Steve Murphy 32 Lee Littlejohn 64 Dayle Littlejohn 98 Nathan Price 14 Anjam Khan 14 David Coulshed 175 Paul Goodwin 20 Vince Warburton 12 Sam Mazurek 58 Sam Roberts 34 Jamie Wallis 19 Chris Dowling 29 Adam Thomas 108 Luke Roberts 27 Kevin Eaton 88 Tom Callingham 11 Kevin Brett 10 Ben Parkes 36 Peter Somerset 34 Nick Carr 12 Neil Fleming 63 Neil Allen 12 Ben Jacobs 14 Lance Camden 16 Imran Iqbal 31 Steve Wilson 15 Richard Whitaker 29 Brian Coulshed 19 Paul Wilson 18 Keith Flitton 17 Will Maloney 22 Dylan Rance 25 Simon Collins 23 David Wilson 18 Greg Coulshed 11 Ben Somerset 25 Dave Cardy 14

11 504 104 16.26 45 2459 72 16.07 48 1368 58 * 15.72 40 1155 59 15.40 11 673 44 15.30 4 150 43 15.00 1 177 41 14.75 8 350 47 * 14.58 19 631 65 14.02 11 1217 90 * 13.99 5 125 26 13.89 2 166 69 * 13.83 12 2249 75 13.80 8 158 74 13.17 0 151 25 12.58 8 624 68 12.48 8 316 67 * 12.15 5 166 51 11.86 12 200 50 11.76 35 845 50 11.58 5 251 42 11.41 21 729 67 10.88 0 116 35 10.55 2 83 22 10.38 1 337 51 9.63 6 262 44 9.36 2 93 41 9.30 6 529 51 * 9.28 1 99 22 9.00 0 121 41 8.64 7 74 19 8.22 12 144 31 7.58 8 52 10 7.43 11 118 31 6.56 1 113 18 6.28 5 80 23 6.15 4 75 19 5.77 1 113 29 5.38 3 108 19 4.91 6 76 15 4.47 9 40 11 4.44 2 36 1 * 4.00 8 66 12 3.88 6 9 6 1.13 40

28 35 77 38 1 8 9 29+1 22 26 13 5 57 6+1 0 18+1 9 5 6 26 9 34 2 0 5 0 0 17 0 0 20 4 1 27+2 0 6 0 3 0 7 5 0 0 10


1st XI Records 1984-2013 Bowling (qualification 15 wickets) Name Ov Mdn Runs Wkts

BB

Ave

Brian Collins 538.1 155 1399 101 13.85 Nathan Price 236.1 51 735 51 5-19 14.41 Brad Klosterman 3791 1051 10670 728 9-15 14.66 Majid Khan 299.3 72 976 61 7-30 16.00 Keith Glasscoe 318.4 57 1150 69 2-30 16.67 Michael Gabriel 138 25 452 27 5-36 16.74 Ross Panter 173.3 0 470 27 17.41 Adam Thomas 1642.1 303 6057 328 6-58 18.47 Dave Tyson 7153 1257 24570 1309 7-83 18.77 Guy Simpkin 320.3 69 1038 55 18.87 John Fisher 453.3 94 1488 76 5-65 19.58 Heiko Labuschagne 350.3 71 1243 63 7-44 19.73 Percy Bulsara 529.1 61 1647 83 19.84 John Rich 1468.2 345 4149 209 19.85 Michael Wood 3561.1 662 12724 633 7-30 20.10 Aidan Glasscoe 2529.1 578 7560 374 20.21 Steve Wilson 531.5 130 1601 76 3-45 21.07 Kevin Brett 265 44 1081 51 6-34 21.20 David Wilson 73.4 8 322 15 3-36 21.47 Mark Chada 1414.2 269 4530 209 21.67 Mickey Schools 117.1 5 568 26 4-20 21.85 Charlie Mahanama 316.3 53 1404 62 5-49 22.65 Kevin Eaton 232.2 23 986 43 4-21 22.93 Sam Mazurek 429.4 43 1970 84 5-44 23.45 Jon Batten 590.3 80 2138 91 23.49 Lee Littlejohn 450.4 59 1789 76 4-24 23.54 Luke Roberts 273 53 1102 46 4-16 23.96 Paul Pearson 776.3 130 2661 110 24.19 Lance Camden 1417.3 286 4712 190 3-21 24.80 Simon Collins 751 117 3061 123 6-66 24.89 Sam Roberts 184.3 19 828 32 3-19 25.88 Darren Wall 176 19 686 26 3-26 26.38 John Richardson 156.1 38 479 17 28.18 Neil Wray 1193.3 206 4545 157 3-28 28.95 Peter Somerset 138.3 10 698 24 3-23 29.08 Imran Iqbal 180.4 17 992 32 5-73 31.00 Chris Dowling 610.5 105 2462 73 3-24 33.73 Mark Ryan 219.2 14 1111 29 4-85 38.31 The averages for 1984-1996 have been extracted from yearly handbooks. Full averages from 1997-2014 41


Short History of Leverstock Green Cricket Club The game of cricket was first played on a regular basis in Leverstock Green during the 1920’s, though its formation can be traced back to 1908. Matches were played on farmland off Pancake Lane for some years, then, when the land was needed, the Club moved a short distance to Cherry Tree Lane. The team, consisting mainly of members of the village, played regular Saturday matches until the end of the 1939 season, when, due to the outbreak of the Second World War, it was reluctantly forced to disband. It was not until 1958, almost twenty years later, that several players from those early days, together with local residents both old and new, managed to persuade the authorities to allow the ground as we know it today to be used as a cricket pitch. This then became the new home of Leverstock Green Cricket Club.

Pavilion Opening in 1965

Only one eleven played at this time, with a fixture list for both Saturday and Sunday games. In 1964 a second eleven was formed and over the years increasing membership enabled the Club to field three regular 42


elevens within the Hertfordshire Cricket League. A regular fourth XI was formed in 2005 and joined Division Thirteen of the Herts League two years later. The Club can also boast successful junior sides. As the Club moved into the new millennium, juniors as young as seven were encouraged to join in. Through the dedication and hard work of a number of senior members and players, the Club currently runs junior sides across five age groups. The Club continues to move from strength to strength with a dedicated committee and strong band of volunteers. 2013 saw one of the most ambitious projects to date as we looked to considerably enhance the facilities. The development of two new changing rooms, redesigned club room, better kitchen, toilets, disabled facilities and a brand new roof were undertaken over the winter and ready for use for the first match of the 2014 season. A huge amount of time and effort has been put in to achieve this development with money from the ECB, LG Parish Trust, club members and other fund raising events. We really have provided a fantastic facility for future generations to enjoy the same opportunities we have all enjoyed over the years. With well over 300 members, a thriving social membership and excellent facilities we have come a long way from the early days in Pancake Lane!

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Leverstock Green Cricket Club Cycling Team Last year was the 18th year of the Leverstock Green Cricket Club cycling fraternities' annual London to Brighton cycle ride in aid of the British Heart Foundation. Thanks to the generosity of the club and the members we have raised over ÂŁ45,000 to date and well over 40 members of the club have taken part in the event. We are currently in training for the 2014 event that takes place on Sunday June 15th. Training rides will leave the club at 9.30 on Sunday mornings. If you would like to take part in our training rides please feel free to join us. We hope that you will support us again this year. You can make donations to any member of the team who is taking part or on line via our face book page LGCC cycling team Many thanks for your continued support ....

Bryan Duffell

LGCC VP and Head Cyclist LGCT

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Club Rules

1. Name - The Club shall be called Leverstock Green Cricket Club and its Headquarters shall be the Club Pavilion, Leverstock Green, Hemel Hempstead, Herts. HP3 8LJ. 2. Objects - The object of the Club shall be to provide for its members the facilities necessary to participate in, foster and promote the amateur game of cricket. The Management Committee may provide such other sports, social and recreational pursuits which it considers to be in the best interests of the Club. 3. Membership - Membership of the Club shall be open to all persons, irrespective of age, sex or disability except as a necessary consequence of the requirements of cricket as a particular sport and irrespective of ethnicity, nationality, sexual orientation, religion or beliefs. The Club aims to be a child-friendly club and to provide a safe and effective environment for young players. To this end the Club has adopted the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) Policy "Safe Hands - Welfare of Young People in Cricket." The Club is also committed to ensuring that equity is incorporated across all aspects of its development and acknowledges and adopts the Sport England Equity Policy. The Club also acknowledges and adopts the ECB Inclusion and Diversity Policy. Application for membership of the Club is subject to the completion of an application form and the prospective member (whether for playing or non-playing membership) must be proposed and seconded by other Club members in accordance with clauses 3a(iii) or 3a(iv) below. The membership secretary shall circulate the names of new member applicants by email to the Management Committee for approval. The Management Committee will accept the new member on the basis of a simple majority. Persons may not be admitted to membership, without an interval of at least two days between the nomination, or application for membership and their admission, nor may persons becoming members without prior nomination or application be admitted to the privileges of membership without an interval of at least two days between their becoming members and their admission. Until the approval process is complete, the prospective new member will remain as a guest subject to the conditions of Rule 13. The Club may refuse membership or expel from membership only for good and sufficient cause, such as conduct or character likely to bring the Club or sport into disrepute. Any appeal against such a decision shall be handled in accordance with procedures set out in Rule 6(c). Membership of the club shall consist of the following categories:a) FULL MEMBERS Full Members shall have the right to vote at General Meetings and be nominated for election to the Management Committee. The category is divided into the following classes:i) Life Vice-Presidents shall be nominated by the Management Committee in recognition of exemplary or exceptional service to the Club and elected by a two-thirds majority at a General Meeting. Elections shall be for life. ii) Vice-Presidents shall be nominated by the Management Committee in recognition of the hard work they have done for the Club and elected at a General Meeting by a two-thirds majority. The term of office will be for 3 years in the first instance. iii) Playing Members shall be those members who make themselves available for selection in the Club senior teams. They shall be proposed by a Playing Member and seconded by a member of the Cricket Committee.

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iv) Non-Playing Members shall be proposed by a full member and seconded by a member of the Management Committee. b) JUNIOR PLAYING MEMBERS shall be playing members who are eligible to play junior cricket. c) ASSOCIATE MEMBERSHIP is available for those members who have a current or past connection with the club and who currently live further than 50 miles from the club. d) HONORARY MEMBERSHIP may be offered to community leaders. Invitations to this category shall be at the discretion of the management committee. e) PARTNER MEMBERS shall be anyone who belongs to a Full Member's family and is nominated to and accepted by the Management Committee. f) Members of visiting teams and their supporters will be Temporary Members from their arrival on the day of the match until close of business. 4. Subscription a) The annual subscription payable to the Club by each class of member shall be fixed each year at the Annual General Meeting or at an Extraordinary General Meeting called for the purpose. b) The subscription rates thus approved shall be published each year in Club handbook. c) The subscription year shall be from 1 May to 30 April. d) Any member whose subscription remains unpaid at 31 May will forfeit his/ her privileges of membership i.e. a Playing Member may not be selected to play cricket nor use the Clubhouse; a Non-Playing Member may not use the Clubhouse. Before having these privileges restored the member must pay an increased subscription to be decided under paragraph 4(a) If by 30 June this increased subscription is not paid then the Committee may terminate membership. e) The Management Committee shall have discretion to reduce the subscription where they consider circumstances warrant it (i.e. where a new member is accepted part way through a year). f) Full Members who are still in full-time education will pay a reduced subscription. g) Life Vice-Presidents will not be required to pay a subscription but will be expected to pay a suitable annual donation. Vice-Presidents will pay a normal full-member's subscription. 5. Management of the Club a) Management of the Club shall be through elected officers and co-opted members who shall be formed into the structure defined below:i) Management Committee Chairman, Treasurer, Secretary, Membership Secretary, Club Captain, Director of Junior Cricket, Bar Chairman, Events Co-ordinator, Pavilion Services Manager, Marketing and Income Development Officer, plus as many members of the Cricket Committee as necessary to ensure that more than 50% of the Management Committee are currently fully paid-up playing members (at the discretion of the Cricket Committee). Five members will constitute a quorum. ii) Sub-Committees a) CRICKET - Club Captain, Team Captains (or their nominees), Director of Junior Cricket (or nominee), and Fixture Secretary. b) BAR - Bar Chairman, Treasurer and co-opted members as required. c) SOCIAL - Events Co-ordinator and co-opted members as required. d) The Management Committee may establish temporary sub-committees, at its discretion, to carry out specific tasks.

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e) Trustees - minimum two preferably three officers of the Club. They shall be legally considered to represent the Club in cases of: i) Claims for indemnity from Club members. ii) Action against the Club in cases of law contravention. f) Only full playing members may vote in the election of the Club Captain, Team Captains, Fixture Secretary and Team Secretary. All retiring members of the Management Committee and sub-Committees shall be eligible for re-election. g) The President shall be elected for a three year period. The outgoing President shall be eligible for re-election. The President shall be an ex officio member of any Club Committee officially convened. h) The officers to be elected at the Annual General Meeting are as follows:Chairman, Secretary, Bar Chairman, Membership Secretary, Pavilion Services Manager, Events Co-ordinator, Treasurer, Marketing and Income Development Officer, Club Captain, Fixture Secretary and Team Secretary. i) The Team Captains for the following season shall be elected at a Players Meeting to be held before the end of October each Year. The Club Captain shall give not less than twenty-one clear days’ notice of such a meeting to all full playing members. j) Each Team Captain shall appoint up to two Vice Captains to assist them with their duties. k) If any election should end in a tie, a second ballot will be held. If there is still a tie, the election will be decided by the drawing of lots. 6. Duties and Responsibilities of the Management Committee a) The property and assets of the Club shall be vested in the Management Committee. b) The power to admit new members duly proposed and seconded shall be vested in the Management Committee whose decision shall be final. c) The Management Committee shall have the power to discipline any member whose conduct is deemed to be contrary to the best interests of the Club. Following the receipt of a written report within 14 days of such conduct, the Club Chairman, at his discretion, may appoint a sub-committee made up of a member of the Management Committee as Chairman and two other Full Members; this sub-committee shall be asked by the Club Chairman to investigate the matter in question. Any person who is the subject of a written complaint or appeal shall be notified of the procedures to be followed by the relevant committee in reasonable time to prepare for any hearing. Any person requested to attend a Disciplinary Sub-Committee shall be entitled to be accompanied by a friend or other representative and to call witnesses. The Disciplinary Sub-Committee is empowered to recommend to the Club Chairman the appropriate disciplinary action and the Club Chairman will then present this recommendation to the Management Committee for final endorsement and implementation, which could include the suspension or termination of membership or exclusion from Club premises. The outcome of the disciplinary hearing shall be put in writing to the person who lodged the complaint and the person against whom the complaint was made within 14 days following the hearing. There shall be a right of appeal to the Management Committee within 14 days of receipt of the disciplinary decision against the Disciplinary Sub-Committee’s findings or the sanction imposed or both. On receipt of a written appeal, the Management Committee shall appoint an Appeals Committee. The Appeals Committee shall have a maximum of three

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members which shall not include members involved with the initial disciplinary hearing. The individual who submitted the appeal shall be entitled to be accompanied by a friend or other representative and to call witnesses. The decision of the Appeals Committee shall be final and binding on all parties. d) The Management Committee shall have the power to fill such vacancies as may arise in its own constitution between Annual General Meetings. It shall also have the power to declare a vacancy should a member of the Committee be absent from three consecutive meetings without explanation deemed to be satisfactory. e) The Management Committee shall meet at least nine times per year and shall cause a record to be kept of all proceedings. f) The Management Committee shall ensure that a current register of all members is kept and made available within the Clubhouse. g) The Management Committee shall take whatever measures it sees fit to restrict entry to the pavilion on any occasion when there is a danger of overcrowding. 7. Finance a) The club is a non-profit making organisation. Any surplus income or gains are re-invested in the Club. Surpluses or assets cannot be distributed to members or third parties. b) The collection and disbursement of all Club funds shall be the responsibility of the Management Committee who shall ensure that proper books of account are kept by the Treasurer. c) The accounts of the Club shall be audited yearly and a report by the Auditor submitted to the Annual General Meeting. d) Official receipts for all monies received shall be signed by the Treasurer who shall report on the Finances of the Club to each meeting of the Management Committee. e) The Management Committee shall authorize cheques to be signed by any two of the Chairman, the Secretary and the Treasurer. f) No member shall, except for services rendered at the request of the Management Committee, receive any payment or emoluments from the funds or transactions of the Club. g) The Club shall not be held responsible for any debts other than those incurred with the prior knowledge and approval of the Management Committee. 8. Annual General Meeting a) The Annual General Meeting shall be held on the third Monday of January in each year. The Secretary shall give not less than twenty-one clear days' notice of such meeting to all members. b) The meeting shall receive a financial statement for the preceding financial year and the report of the Management Committee. c) The meeting shall elect the Management Committee and appoint an Honorary Auditor, or Auditors. d) The newly elected Management Committee shall assume office at the end of the Annual General Meeting. e) Only Full Members may vote at General Meetings. Associate Members, Junior Members and Partner Members may speak at the meetings but may not vote. f) The proceedings of the Annual General Meeting shall be duly minuted. 9. Extraordinary General Meeting a) An extraordinary General Meeting may be convened by the Management Committee or may be convened by the membership upon the written request of no fewer than 35 members.

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b) The Secretary shall give seven clear days' notice of such meeting to all members. The specific purpose of the meeting shall be stated and no other business shall be transacted. c) The provisions of sections (e) and (f) of Rule 8 shall apply to an Extraordinary General Meeting. 10. Alteration to Rules a) Alteration to the Rules of the Club shall be made only at an Annual General Meeting, or at an Extraordinary General Meeting called for the purpose, and only if supported by two-thirds of the members present and voting at such meeting. 11. Club Hours The hours during which the Club may remain open shall be decided by the Management Committee. 12. Bar Rules a) The permitted hours for the supply of intoxicating liquor shall be: Monday to Saturday 11am - 11pm Sunday, Christmas Day and Good Friday Noon - 3 00pm and 7 00pm - 10 30pm. b) No person below the age of 18 shall be permitted to purchase or consume intoxicating liquor upon Club premises. c) Gambling and games of chance are not permitted except those played for small stakes and allowed within the General Licensing Laws. d) Persons under the age of 18, who are junior playing members or sons or daughters of a member, will be permitted to enter the Club during licensing hours but may be asked to leave after 9 30 pm if unaccompanied by an adult who will accept responsibility for them. 13. Visitors a) Members may introduce visitors to the Club subject to regulations of the Management Committee which shall be in accordance with the licensing laws. b) Every visitor shall be the guest of, and shall be accompanied by, the member introducing him or her. c) Members will be held responsible for the proper behaviour of their guests. d) A guest may be introduced into the Club on not more than six occasions during the year. This restriction shall not apply to members' partners. A full member shall not be allowed to introduce more than four guests at any one time. e) Persons under 18 are permitted to introduce only one guest. A signing-in book shall be kept for guests who must be signed in by the accompanying member. 14. Dissolution a) The members may vote to wind up the Club if not less than three quarters of those present and voting support that proposal at a properly convened general meeting. b) The Committee will then be responsible for the orderly winding up of the Club’s affairs. c) After settling all liabilities of the Club, the Committee shall dispose of the net assets remaining to one or more of the following: i) to another Club with similar sports purposes which is a registered charity and/or to another Club with similar sports purposes which is a registered Community Amateur Sports Club and/or ii) to the Club’s governing body for use by them for related community sports. 15. Other Business Any matters not governed by the foregoing Rules shall be dealt with by The Management Committee whose decision shall be final and binding.

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