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David Blackwell
batball David Blackwell
New to Lamphey in 2013, Blackwell joins the Club from Saundersfoot where he was a first team regular until last years season long hiatus from the game. An all rounder who will add much depth to the 1st XI team and will be amongst old friends in the shape of old Kilgetty team mates Vale and Gibbs.

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Kilgetty,
Saundersfoot

  ballbat Scott Brunton
Son of Howling Haydn. An all rounder who bats top half of the order and bowls with pace. He wont let you down in the field either. Youth player of the year in 2011

Top Score:
61

Best Bowling:
4 for 13

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Haydn Cole
ball bat Haydn Cole
'Howling' has played for the club for over 30 years. An allrounder who gets the ball to move away and a destructive batsman who can score very quickly when he gets his eye in. A good pair of hands, fields in the slips. Now plying his trade in the 2nd XI where his vast knowledge of the game helps bring on the youth. 

Top Score:
90

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Grant
ballbat Grant Cole
Club stalwart Grant has played for Lamphey for nearly 3 decades. An opening bowler for the 1st XI and has taken hundreds of wickets over the years. Has been known to score a few runs now and again with 7 50's during his LCC career. However should score more than he does. Has taken over as skipper for the 2015 season due to Vale's retirement.
Cole also helps with the ground, is Club treasure and designed the Club website.
Top Score:
78*

Best Bowling:
5 for 16

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DanC
batball Dan Cremin
Dan started with the Stags in 2009 and has been a regular with the 2nd XI ever since, a key player in the 2010 winning Junior league squad Dan can be relied on with both the bat and the ball. Scored over 100 runs and took 5 wickets for the 2nd XI in 2010. 2012 saw Dan start to fulfil his promise and 2013 could be the breaking season.
Top Score:
44

Best Bowling:
2 for 19


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image Glovesbat Geoff Daye
Very much a club man who only started playing cricket for the 2nds in his 40's. Has caught the bug and will always be available to play. Geoff has also be known to don the gloves and bats in the lower order. Captained the 2nd for several seasons.

Top Score:
13

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image batball Shaun Donohoe
Brother in law to Tom Powell. Shaun played a couple of friendlies in 2010 but decided to play full time in 2011. Scored 21 in his first 2nd XI game before being elevated to the 1st XI. A solid fielder Shaun can also be counted for quick runs late on and also took his first league wicket in the game at Carew.
Top Score:
21

Best Bowling:
3 for 6

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Jon Edwards

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Jonathan Edwards
Returning to the Club in 2013 due to his last team folding. An experienced player who has had 2 previous spells at a club where his career began. Wont be available all season due to his work commitments but will add considerable depth to the 2nd XI with the bat and ball.

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Hywel

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Hywel Gibbs
Hywel is one of the Clubs most consistent performers. Previously known as a fast bowler, but with age  has turned to spin with great aplomb. He is also no mug with the bat when in the right frame of mind. Has been a match winner for the 1st XI on many ocassions.


 
Top Score:
109*

Best Bowling:
7 for 10

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Kilgetty
image bat John Green
Returning to the Stags for a second spell Greeno will be hoping to share a few games with step daughter Sophia in the 2nd XI. John has Div 1 league titles and Harrison Allen Cup wins under his belt and will nbe available to lend his experience to the 2nd XI in 2014
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Pembroke Dock
ScottG batball Scott Gregson
Scott or Stoichy to his mates joined up with the Stags in 2016. A good all round player who also goes by the name Velcro as he has a safe pair of hands. A middle lower bat he chips in with valuable runs and can turn his arm over with good effect
Top Score: 19
Jake


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Jake Griffiths
Signed for the second half of the 2015 season. Jake is following in the footsteps of his father, Jason whom played for the Stags for several decades.
Jake is an explosive batsman who can score runs quickly once he gets in. He has also bowled in the league for his former club Pembroke Dock.
Top Score: 202*


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Pembroke Dock


Lewis

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Lewis Haines
Returns to the Stags in 2015 after several years living away. Lewis is a handy batsman who can bat anywhere in the order and has this season taken the keeping responsibilities with impressive results.
Top Score: 119


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Ben Hathaway
Glovesbat Ben Hathaway
Product of last years U13s team, Ben has been a regular in the 2nd XI this season and has shown promise both with the keeping gloves and the bat so far. One of the talented players at the club who look to have a bright future in the game

Other Clubs: None

Top Score: 20        Best Bowling: N/A
Top Score:
20

Best Bowling:
N/A

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Helen

Helen Hodges
Probably one of the most important members of the first XI. Helen is undoubtably one of, if not, the best scorer in the County. Her book is so meticulous if she misses an ever so rare Saturday she leaves a spare book which she then copies up in her own time. Helen first started scoring for the Stags over 20 years ago and has stuck with it ever since. A great assest to the club Helen has witnessed some great cricket over the years, watching the likes of Drakes, Nash and Lovell....see has also seen some dross too...

JohnnyH
ballbat Johnny Hyde
Johnny returns to the Stags in 2012 after many years away. Pleayed as a teenager before moving to Pembroke and then drifted out of cricket for a number of years. A talented player who is a good all rounder, a very quick bowler and a fast scoring batsman who loves to attack the bowling
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Pembroke
RJ
batball Rob John
Has been available to play for the 2nd XI when needed and hasnt let the side down.  He shows potential with the bat in the nets which is promising for the future. Has been a regular for the 2nd XI since making his debut in the 2010 season. Another player who starred in the junior success of 2010.

 
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Nic Johnson
batGloves Nic Johnson
Nic rejoined the club in 2013 after a brief stay at Pembroke Dock. Can be an explosive batsman when on his game and is a useful wicket keeper when called upon, likewise a good fielder with a safe pair of hands
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Llangwm
Pembroke Dock

Phil Kidney
ballbat Phil Kidney
Phil has returned to the cricket scene after a number of years away. An experienced cricketer who in his heyday was a sharp dangerous bowler who took many wickets for Manorbier. Will add experience to a 2nd XI side when work commitments permit and will be asked to roll back the years with the ball.

Scored his first ever 50 during the 2015 season for the 1st XI
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61*
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Manorbier
DeanL
batball Dean Lawrence
Transferred to the Stags during the 2011 season from Hundleton. Early indications are that he will be a good acquisition for the club as he shows his ability with both the bat and the ball. Made the 1st XI openers role his own before he broke his arm. 

Top Score:
72*

Best Bowling:
4 for 22

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Hundleton
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Luke Lawrence
Another signing from Pembroke Dock, Luke joins his brother Dean for the second half of the 2015 season.
A useful cricketer who will be looking to stake a claim for a first team spot when he is available


Gethin

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Gethin Llewellyn
Gethin is currently in his sixth season at LCC. A youngster who is showing great enthusiasm for the game and improving each week. Gethin will be looking to make the openers role his own this season after early success. Started the 2009 season in the 1st XI but appearances have been restricted since going away to University.

Top Score:
37

Best Bowling:
3 for 60

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JonM

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John Mathias
John has been a committed player for the club over the years. Predominently a 2nd XI player who always gives 100%. Opens the batting and was captain of the 2nd XI during 2006. Bats right handed, bowls left handed.


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2 for 97

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image bat Keith May
Keith is a player with many decades experience and will be valuable for the 2nd XI this season. A capable bat who can hang around his knowledge will be valuable to the younger plaers. Keith like his son Mike joins the club in 2014 from Kilgetty
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image batball Ben McDonnell
New to Lamphey in 2014, Ben who is an Ironman, joins the club after playing lastly for the now defunct St Florence. A repuation as a handy bowler and big hitting middle order bat he will be sure to be a good acquisition for the Stags
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Peter

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Peter McGilloway
Lamphey through and through. A top fielder which earned him the nickname 'swoop'. Has potential with both bat and ball. Made his highest 1st XI score in 2008 - 59 not out. After missing most of the 2009 season, Pete will  be keen to get going and piling on the runs.

Top Score:
89

Best Bowling:
5 for 6


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RhysM batball Rhys Miller
Rhys transferred to Lamphey from Hundleton during the 2010 season and played a starring role in the junior title with valuable runs and wickets which saw him lift the batting award. A left arm bat and bowler adds an extra dimension to his game.

Unfortunately only able to play the odd game now and again due to college and work commitments but a hadny player to have at the Club.
Top Score:
20

Best Bowling:
4 for 14

Other Clubs:
Hundleton
Nathan Mounter

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Nathan Mounter
Another youngster who shows bags of potential. An all round sporting person. Nathan is lightning in the field and is also no slouch on the rugby field, earning trials for the Scarlets. Nathan will be a key player for the 2nd XI in 2010 with the bat and may find himself in his favoured position behind the stumps. Will be ready if called up for 1st XI action. 

Top Score:
35

Best Bowling:
2 for 9

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GazNic

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Gareth Nicholas
A 1st XI player, Gareth is a player who likes to get amongst the bowling, can score quick runs when needed and usually bats in the top 6.  Has bowled on occasions. A good fielder with a safe pair of hands. Appearances limited since joining West Midlands Police in 2009 but dons the kit whenever he is back in the Shire.


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Adam Osborne
Signed in 2014 Adam new to cricket will be looking to learn his trade with the 2nd XI.

Likes to bat and a solid fielder.

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TJ
Glovesbat Tom Powell
Tom has been a regular for the 2nd XI during 2010. Seems to have found his niche in the side as the current keeper. Despite only taking up the role behind the stumps this season has shown a plenty of potential which could suggest that he could become the future 1st XI keeper. Another to star in the U15 league winning side of 2010. Youth Player of the Year for 2010.

Top Score:
90

Best Bowling:
3 for 30

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Mike Plunkett
ballbat Michael Plunkett
Michael, son of Jeff Moseley made his Lamphey debut in 2012.  Called up to play for the 2nd XI when short he will be looking to cement a 2nd XI position his own in 2013. Has raw talent as a leg spinner and if he can find consitency should see him unplayable in the 6th Div. Also able to smash a ball when he connects he should be able to score some runs for the side.

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Pembroke Dock
Tim Sharpe
batball Tim Sharp
Teenager Tim has joined the Stags late in the 2011 season. Has been a regular for the 1st XI since signing and is showing potential to be a good asset for the Club.




Top Score:
42

Best Bowling:
1 for 4

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Cresselly
NickS

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Nick Shelmerdine
Nick is a handy all rounder who bats more than he bowls. Very useful coming in at 3 or 4 can be relied on not to give his wicket away. He is also a competent ground fielder who rarely puts any chances down. 


Top Score:
88

Best Bowling:
5 for 15

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Ike


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Andrew Skeels
Mr Lamphey CC. Has held most roles over the years from Groundsman to Chairman. An allrounder who bowls slow left arm but bats right handed. Has scored many runs and taken many wickets throughout his LCC Career. Another player with a very safe pair of hands.

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7 for 28

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James Skeels

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James Skeels

Young Ike has represented Pembrokeshire County at u13's and U15s.

Returned to Lamphey in 2014 after 2 seasons at Pembroke. A good young player whom the 1st XI will be looking to for runs and wickets with his pace bowling. Very good in the field too with a safe pair of hands


Top Score:
109*

Best Bowling:
4 for 39

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Pembroke
Guisseppe

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Guisseppe Trimarco
An attacking batsman he is only one of two left handers in the Club, he has also bowled on the odd occasion for the 2nd XI. After a good 2008, Guisseppe found himself in the 1st XI in 2009 where he accomplished several top perfomances with the bat as well as being sharp in the field. Represented PCCC U14s in 2007 and is one to watch

Top Score:
46*

Best Bowling:
5 for 20

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None
Luca Trimarco

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Gianluca Trimarco
Gianluca, younger brother of Guiseppe, found himself playing in the 2nd XI during 2007 and 2008. Another of the Clubs youngsters showing potential. Bats and bowls right handed and will be a useful player for the club for many years. an attacking bat, Luca formed a solid opening partnership with Lawrence in 2012. Youth Player of the year 2012.

Top Score:
94

Best Bowling:
3 for 12

Other Clubs:
Pembroke
Valey ballbat Stephen Vale
Valey or goose as he is known to his team mates returns to LCC after 2 seasons away playing for Whitland. Vale will take the new ball to make the most of his swing bowling. A hard working player you can be relied on to give 100%.Can also be relied on to chip in with valuable runs.
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Kilgetty, Whitland
Cyle Weatherall
ballbat Cyle Weatherall
Cyle started playing cricket for Lamphey in 2009 and is now in his 2nd season with the club. Plays with the 2nd XI and has always been on call to help out. Bats in the lower order but will improve with age and games. Prodominantly a 2nd XI player, Cyle made his 1st XI debut in 2012. Another to play in the U15 winning team of 2010.
Top Score:
22

Best Bowling:
6 for 27

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None
Julian White
bat Julian White
Julian played for the club in the early 2000's whilst a junior and was part of the 2nd XI side who won the division 5 league. After a decade out of the game Julian has come back to the area after university and played for the 2nd XI during 2010. Showed he is more than capable with the bat as he chipped in with runs in the lower order.

Top Score:
6

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None
IainW
ballbatGloves Iain Williams
New to the Stags in 2012 Iain Williams has many years experience playing cricket in Gwent.

A bit of an all rounder Iain bowls spin, keeps wicket and bats so will be useful addition to the Stags ranks

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Monkswood
Mark Y
batGlovesball Mark Yea
Returned to the Stags in 2012 after an 8 year hiatus. No doubting Mark's talents despite his break from cricket indications are he has lost none of his ability. Only available sporadically but he will add stength to the batting line up and available to bowl an over or two if called on.

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7 for

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Burton