Tcc blast 2019

meet the teams

Tadworth Cricket Club XI • Epsom College XI • Tadworth Children’s Trust XI • Chinthurst Old Boys XI • Royal Automobile Club (RAC) XI• Free Foresters XI • The Sutton & Epsom RFC Jackals XI

come and support our teams
raising valuable funds for the children's trust tadworth

Groups

Team number

Group 1

Team number

Group 2

1

Tadworth CC

4

Sutton & Epsom Jackals

2

Chinthurst OB & Epsom College

5

Children’s Trust XI

3

Free Foresters XI

6

RAC CC XI

1

Mark Anthony (captain)

2

Craig Stevenson

3

Mike Wren-Kirkham

4

Simon Harris

5

Maj Azam

6

Stewart Strachan

7

John Sheehan

8

Sid Hussain

9

Tejas “TJ” Patel

10

Jon Mears

11

Keith Wilson

12

Ed Moore

13

Ian Napier (w/k)

Tadworth Cricket Club XI

Foreword by the Captain, Jack Stevenson:

“I am proud to be asked to captain the Tadworth CC team as part of the T100 Blast in aid of The Childrens Trust. Tadworth CC was formed in 1903 and we aim to be a community club and part of local village life.

I can see no better way to spend a Sunday afternoon than combining a day of fun cricket and associated activities in order to raise funds for this amazing charity. Looking forward to defending the T20 Blast title and raising lots of money for the Children’s Trust in Tadworth!”

 

Epsom College XI

Foreword by the Captain, Matt Perrins:

“Epsom College’s links with Tadworth CC stretch back through the decades: generations of students, Old Epsomians and teachers have graced the Mill Road square. Clashes between the College and TCC have been regular fixtures in the calendar and we are delighted to be invited to participate in the inaugural 100 ball tournament. Unfortunately, we were outbid in the pre-tournament auction for several current big-name players still representing the club such as Neil Williams (OE), Joe Button (OE), Stef and Seb Sander (OEs), Ed Bellringer (OE), Pete and Andy Matthews (OEs) and many more. Undeterred, we bring a mixed-ability max-enthusiasm team of teachers plucked from across departments. In quality, we range from ex-professional to unprofessional”

1

Matt Perrins (capt)

2

Nat Rodger

3

Neil Williams (w/k)

4

Charlie Young

5

Ed Bellringer – TBC

6

Giles Baker

7

Simon Rees

8

Charles Conway

9

Mike Hobbs

10

Matt Hucheon

11

Dinuka Rathnayaka

1

Gavin Brent

2

William Brent

3

Arron Trott

4

Jonathan Wileman

5

Mark Woodland

6

Ahmed Hussain 

7

Stuart Jacobsen

8

Robbie Joyce 

9

Richard Fauvet (needs whites)

10

Shawn Mohammed (captain)

11

Mabs – tbc

Tadworth Children’s Trust XI

Foreword by the Captain, Alice Baldwin:

“Tadworth and the Children’s Trust formed a partnership last year which saw the take off of a charity day to support the fantastic work the Children’s Trust do. This year I have the honour as Captain of the Children’s Trust team and I look forward to leading the team to entertain with some big shots, stumps flying and some dancing celebrations – but most importantly to raise funds.

Highlights should come from Baldwin jnr and the first team Captain trying to hit the longest 6 to Baldwin snr trying to not being shown up by the kids”

Chinthurst Old Boys XI

Foreword by the Captain, Charlie Young:

“Chinthurst School and Tadworth Cricket Club have had a long and great relationship, and any mention of the links between the two has to start with the remarkable Neil Williams. Over the years Neil has seen several former Chinthurst pupils become teammates in the Tadworth Saturday and Sunday teams.

With the likes of the Robbos, Sanders, Irelands, Matthews, Hemmings, Youngs and many more filling the ranks of Chinthurst lads and dads, Tadworth has on many occasions fielded a complete team of Chinthurst linked players and the annual Tadworth v Chinthurst Cockerells game leaves lots with split loyalties.

Todays Chinthurst team features two former teachers, Neil Williams and Tim Button, and a wide range of ages groups among their former charges. Look out for some classy shots from Joe Button, Stef Sander and Will Ireland, some aggressive swipes from Andy Hemmings and Andy Matthews and some superb bowling from any number of Robinsons and Seb Sander in this talented and fun mix of teachers and pupils”

1

Tristan Caviet (capt)

2

Nick Havers

3

Arun Soni

4

Magnus Pierre

5

Will Baker

6

Arvind Dewan

7

Harry Loijan

8

Adam Tarpey

9

Stewart Ireland

10

TBC

11

TBC

Royal Automobile Club (RAC) XI

Foreword by the Captain, Tristan Caviet:

“The RAC are fresh off another successful tour to Philadelphia and have started the domestic season in style winning their first few games. With Twenty20 being our favourite format we are looking forward to our first foray into 100 ball cricket!

Look out for an explosive start from the top order and one of Last Man Stand’s finest bowlers JJ bowling some excellent seam bowling.”

Free Foresters XI

Introduction by Paul Askew, Hon. Secretary:

“The Free Foresters first took the field on 20 July 1856 when the Rev W.K.R. Bedford raised a side of amateurs to play against the Pilgrims of Dee in the grounds of his rectory in Sutton Coldfield, Warwickshire. The team adopted the title Free Foresters – ‘Foresters’ referring to the nearby forests of Arden in Warwickshire and Needwood in Staffordshire, and ‘Free’ because members would be free to play for other clubs, not being ‘tied’ to FF alone – hence the FF motto United Though Untied.
The club’s rise was remarkable. Within five years the FF had defeated the MCC at Lord’s and beat the United England XI and the All England XI who were the two leading professional teams of the time. For many years there was no England side which did not contain at least one Free Forester, and the club was the only wandering side in modern times to play first class cricket. The side plays at many excellent venues in the UK, Netherlands, the USA and Portugal.
We’re looking forward again to participating in this year’s Tadworth Blast.”

1

Charlie Bawden

2

Worcester Bawden

3

Stef Sander (captain)

4

Seb Sander

5

Paul Askew – TBC

6

Ed Moore

7

Christoph Sander

8

Chris Hemmings

9

Mark Baldwin

10

Alice Baldwin

11

Adam Baldwin

1

Pete Matthews

2

Andy Matthews (captain)

3

Aiden Daley

4

Andy King

5

Connor Green

6

Dave Weller

7

Franky Murray

8

James Matthews

9

James Ramsay

10

Matt Harwood

11

Stephen Lakin

12

Luke Hayard

13

Nate Chapman

14

Rich Madadangomo

The Sutton & Epsom RFC Jackals XI

Founder member, Pete Matthews says:

“A first outing for the Sutton & Epsom jackals XI will prove to be entertaining one way or the other. This new wandering team is made up predominantly of rugby players from the Sutton & Epsom RFC, and are thrilled to be invited to enter a team in this year’s Charity Blast.
Be ready for some explosive hitting, comical fielding and impressive eating…”

Some of our amazing local

Sponsors

We would like to thank all the local sponsors and providers of raffle prizes:

We would like to thank all the local sponsors and providers of raffle prizes:

Bartlett and Cooke – official provider of estate agency services

Bruce’s Cars – official provider of player limousine services

Chapman’s – official provider of delicacies for the BBQ

S. R. Kay fish shop – official provider of fish for the BBQ

Walton Salon – official beauty salon and provider of male grooming services

Alligator Pear – official provider of gifts

The Spaghetti Tree – official provider of Italian delicacies

The Thai Cottage – official provider of end of season Thai meals

All the other sponsors and supporters of Tadworth Cricket Club through the season