Actonians Cricket Club

Actonians Cricket Club Club XI squad

Regular fixtures throughout the season;

8-9 Sunday friendlies home and away

4 matches during our annual cricket week in August (Treasury & Cabinet Office, Ian Holleyman XI, Ex Acts & Northfields)

Annual tour to Kent & Sussex in last week of June with our friends from the Thames Valley Gentleman CC

Bi-annual pre season tours overseas (Ireland 2014, Czech Republic 2016, Malta 2018)

 

 

Club XI Club XI

Captain : Matt Robinson

Rugby, racing and beer (and cricket!!)

Players
Ronit Bhatia
Ex Colt
Tom Byrne
Worcestershire lad now living in West London. Probably Old A's most stylish member, on and off the field. Likes a full toss, loves Taylor Swift #YOLO 

Nicholas Clark
As I went to a very small school, I only really started playing cricket during my Ph.D..  As I was always 10 or 11 I was asked up umpire so I eventually decided to do it properly and took the training course etc.

I still like to play but broken shoulder hasn't helped my already poor skills!
Michael Fullwood
Introduced to the club by Nathan Gee
Aaron Henley

Middle Order: RH

Bowling: Off spin

Fielding: Areas which require minimal movement

Adam Khan
works with Pramod
Craig Nel
The "Sportsfan" who hails from South Africa and swears that he will take it global or die trying (and probably get loads of slaps along the way too).
Doesn't mind throwing himself around on the field and has been know to do that off the field too resulting in head injuries.
A member at Old Actonians since 1999 and a Redlands Tiger since 2012.
Rashpal Sandhu
Re-joined in 2014. Former colt.
Alistair Slaughter
Right hand middle order bat. Versatile occasional bowler. More than occasional wicket keeper. Now starting fourth season with the club and looking to keep improving.
Best personal moment: First ton (144 vs West Harrow)
Sporting Hero: Michael Vaughan
Andy West
Left-handed opening batsman and strictly one-handed fielder.
Oliver West
Proclaims to be "Old A's 'till he dies", although this assertion is dubious in the light of his cunning tactic of playing one game a season in the hope the selectors forget he's ageing and still see him as the bright young prospect he was when he captained the Under 11's and Under 15's to historic district cup victories in 1998 and 2002 respectively; thus they still stick him in the first team whenever he deigns to grace the shores of England. This is a strategy that has worked until now as his annual explosive fifty-ball 80 against balding 60-year old part-time pie-chuckers in cricket week seems to be sufficient to convince the cricketing intelligentsia of the club to overlook the fact that his beer belly is in danger of outdoing his uncle's. Is currently in Colombia selflessly aiding his beloved A's through the economic crisis by halving its tea bills. Considering whether the lack of London Pride in the Bogota CC pavillion is reason enough to pack in his ultimate life ambition of being a journalist reporting on second division Latin American football. Former known as a destructive right-handed number 6 batsman and intimidating first-change bowler. The comparisons with Andrew Flintoff don't stop there as during his sabbatical he has also had embarrassing drunken moments in the Caribbean. Have the pair ever been seen in the same room? Greatest cricketing moment: Creaming the promising young bowling quartet of Kevin Mahoney, Duncan Slaughter, Steve Greenwood and Steve Smith all around the ground for a maiden (and needless to say only) century.
Performance history
SeasonMatchesWonDrawnTiedLostCancelledAbandoned
All113365037287
2018233001172
201722530941
201616700630
201510300322
20145210110
201310410311
201213600331
20118500120
20102100010
20094000040