Copdock & Old Ipswichian Cricket Club

Copdock & Old Ipswichian Cricket Club

1st XI

Captain : 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.

Vice Captain : Jack Beaumont

Head Coach : Elliot Tyler

Analyst/Assistant Coach : Olly Williams

Players
Jed Cawkwell
Used to be nice before he joined Copdock...

Developing into Nose's new apprentice following Thomas' path to enlightenment. 

A proven biter.
Hugo Douglas

From university drop out to being sort of stable and functioning as a (basically) human being, he has returned to Copdock a changed man.

It's best to say the life of Hugo Douglas could be an interesting novel, actually, series - there's too much to fit in one book!

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.

Hugh Thomas
Former lower order thrasher, now dour and dull opening batsmen with limited ability. Suspect against good bowling.

Up and coming new ball bowler, though needs to shift a stone and discover a group of muscles also known as a core.
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
SeasonMatchesWonDrawnTiedLostCancelledAbandoned
All5342554421634426
20210000000
2020274205133
2019238001005
2018239201110
20172612301001
201623790412
201524970800
201421850710
2013255601013
201224750930
2011241800402
2010221101631
2009221700302
2008211010640
2007201201421
2006191300240
200518800901
2004191100431
2003171200500
2002151100400
2001221500511
200016900700
1999241120830
1998231200821
19973616201422