Copdock & Old Ipswichian Cricket Club

Copdock & Old Ipswichian Cricket Club T20 XI squad

T20 XI

Captain : Olly Williams

Will often be found arguing with someone or moaning. Regularly shells easy chances as the worst fielder at the club. Developing pie chucker

Vice Captain : Sam Webb-Snowling

Alex Burman
Former No. 1 Regulator in Suffolk and West London. Walk of shame specialist. Bowls rockets and also enjoys the 90% sugar in VK's. The King of Roehampton university, loves to go egg chasing in the winter, mixed with consuming copious amounts of alcohol. Has a very good sliced right shot on a par 3. Naturally gifted at most sports!!
Jack Mexome
Extremely talented player, hits mega bombs, will play 1's at some point. Stay clear when he's out, he's a bat, helmet and glove thrower! 
Donald Mlambo

Batting All-Rounder 


Jason Pembroke

Joined from Mistley for the 2017 Season

Brings the average IQ of the team up above 50, recently voted best number 11 in the country, moves well in the field, terrible chat, enjoys cheesecake.

Aka: The scientist, Fridge, The Rabbit Catcher.

Nathan Scarff
Joined in 2016, and immediately is in the running for the duck bat. Kit is most likely to be found hidden around the club. Supplier of 20 Chicken Nuggs for members who played a dodgy raincard. Certainly can't handle a beer! TERRIBLE FIELDER, AVERAGE BLOKE
Reuben Sharpe
Opening bat, great net bowler now and again... Mostly scores daddy teens... Electric in the field. 
Chris Swallow
Since Chris came back to the club in a move like Shearer to Tyneside and the first team has progressed at an alarming rate since. The team began to prepare properly since his arrival and it is fair to say that the correlation between serial chokers and as nose would say wegular winners has followed since.

It did take years after the comeback to score his first hundred, after 58 scores between 30-40. Cavalier and exciteable, pidge is often the innovater.

So exciteable that jenko mocked up a Peter Pan a-likey and the similarities are uncanny.

Played at Lords, DIY badger and bats in sunhat.
Felix Ward
This little whippersnapper whilst not appearing in reality TV, has talent to burn. Tremendous timer of a cricket ball and former fielding liability has grown to a serious fielder. Wants to work in London and earn lots of money (who doesn't?).

Poor choice in clothing, ought to look for corderoys and sensible shirts in future.
Matt Wareing
Joined the Crusaders this season, left arm bowler, a proper number 11!
Current coach of the under 15's/ ladies sides.
Performance history