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A total of 8 Awards including: Best Performance Players, Best U18

Performance Players, Best Coach/Manager, Club Person of the Year and Best
Team, across all four sports sections. The nominations will be out shortly and
the winners revealed on the night. A great evening and celebration of Sport
with an exciting new format that will celebrate Sport at Neston CC.

Three Course Meal - Anne Wilson Cordon Bleu
Lounge Suits

Tickets £25 for Adults and £12 U18’s

Starts 7:30pm Heads and Tails sponsored by Constables Estate Agents

Contact Sally Bush for tickets:
e: sally.bush@ntlworld.com h: 0151 327 8101 m: 07905 959864
F R I DAY
15 NOV
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President’s Dinner and Sports Awards
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President Andrew Wallis signs off in style, after
one of the best summer’s of sport at Neston CC.

Andy Wallis
President 2007-13

Andy Wallis who has
been in office during
Neston CC’s biggest
expansion programme in
it’s history. £1.5 million
was spent on the
Clubhouse and Astro,
stood down as Club
President at the recent
AGM in September.

Paul Jenkins who has
been in various positions
on The Club Council for
the past fifteen years,
most recently as Club
Chairman, also stepped
down. They and the
team they created
around them have left
quite a legacy that will
sustain us for the next
few decades and
beyond. The Club owes
them and their team a
huge debt of gratitude.

Below is a list of the
projects he and his
team have contributed
to:

2009
New Clubhouse

2009
New Astro-Turf Pitch

2011
New Car Park Phase 1

2013
New Back Pavilion

Highlights of Summer 2013:

Cricket 1st Team 2nd

Tennis 1st Team 3rd

Cricket 2nd Team 1st

Tennis 2nd Team 2nd

Cricket 3rd Team 1st

Tennis 3rd Team 2nd

Tennis 4th Team 3rd
This aerial photo was taken by George Falck
while his brother Will was flying over the club!
ISSUE NO 1
THE SHRIMP NEWSLETTER
1st XI Season Stats 2013
League only:

Will Evans
986 runs @ 46.95

David Hurst
862 runs @ 41.05

Luke Camden
744 runs @ 57.23

Dane Williams
446 @ 24.78

Andrew Clarke
436 runs @ 33.54 and 65
wickets @ 17.82

Paul Stimson
45 wickets @ 22.49

Ashley Davis
20 wickets @ 31.00

Chris Finegan
18 wickets @ 25.28
1st XI ECB Premier
League Table 2013

1 Chester BHCC 436
2 Neston CC 424
3 Hyde CC 383
4 Alderly Edge CC 341
5 Oxton CC 319
6 Grapnenhall CC 313
7 Bowdon CC 298
8 Toft CC 294
9 Nantwich CC 294
10 Marple CC 233
11 Didsbury CC 230
Cricket 1st XI 2013 Chair Dave
Lewis
The 1st XI finished as gallant runners up to
Chester Boughton Hall in the league. They
concl uded  an enormousl y enj oyabl e
season with a thumping win, the 15th of
the campaign, against Grappenhall at
home on the last Saturday of the season.
 
They had put themselves into a wonderful
position two weeks earlier by beating
Chester Boughton Hall and jumping over
them in the league to go top, only to then
have an off day against Bowdon. They
ironically had ex Neston player Simon
Marshall playing for them. He scored 57
and took some crucial catches to help the
win and give the lead back to Chester who
won that day and leap frogged us back to
top!

Twenty-three year old Captain, David
Hurst put this great season down to a
number of factors. Having some good
early focused nets sessions and a couple
of new players coming in from the Neston
Junior set up.
 
All rounder, Andrew Clarke, came into the
side having been away from Neston and
was second in the Top Wicket takers list in
the league with 65. He took five 5 wicket
hauls and was 39th on the league batting
list. Past captain Jack Smith, and young
Ashley Davis were available this season
and made big contributions. Youngsters
Luke Camden, Dane Williams and
Jonnie Crick came in and contributed
hugely. The stats to the right show the
engine of the side backed up by a blend of
youth and experience.

The team came 9th last season and if they
had been told at the start of the season
they would finish runners-up and only 12
points a drift, they would not have believed
it.

Will Evans joined Neston this season and
was only 14 runs shy of getting 1000 runs
in a season and was 4th top run scorer in
the league. He also did the wicket-keeping
and took 20 catches and stumped 7!
David Hurst, was 8th with 829 runs, but
was the league’s leading fielder catching
an incredible 21! Luke Camden ran 744
and was 12th in the league’s leading
batting averages.!

Stalwarts Paul Stimpson was 12th on the
Top Wicket takers list with 45 and Chris
Finegan very economical while taking 18
wickets. Middle order Chris Hackett, or is
he an All-rounder, having taken 7 wickets,
averaged 25 with the bat and was 66th on
the league’s leading wicket takers list.
Occasional opener and still a youngster
Andy Murphy top scored on 71.
 
A big thanks to Don Hurst , the team
manager, for his efforts this season, also to
Nigel Hardern for his scoring dedication.
Graeme Scurr and Steve Woolley for
some outstanding playing surfaces, and to
everyone who came to support the side
both at home and away.

Alan Millington, David Hurst, Phil James
and Matty Wilson @ Mere!

To round off an incredible season we
received The Most Improved Club of The
Year Award - The Henderson Bowl, at
The Cheshire Dinner at Mere in October.
The 1st XI that were Runners-
Up in the ECB Cheshire
Premier League 2013
Cricket 2nd XI 2013
Phil James and the 2nd XI went one better than the 1's and won the 2nd XI Premier
Division title for the first  time since Jim Marshall's side in 2004. A big improvement on
last year too when they finished 8th and were fighting to stay in this league!

It was a scary last day as they took on 2nd placed Grappenhall who had lost the previous
week to give us an advantage of 15pts. It was winner takes all situation after 21 matches
and hours of cricket over the long season, but if we could force a draw we would have the
advantage.
 
The home side batted first and ran up 227-2, quite a score on a September wicket! Just
needing to avoid defeat, Neston then crept to 88-4 in reply from 52 overs! Mark Garrett
got 38, so the points earned from a drawn game were enough to see them crowned
champions by four points!

Mike Stewart finished 5th on the league’s leading wicket takers list with 41 wickets.
Young Ali Crick was 26th with 19 wickets, having only played 17 matches this season in
that league. He also proved adept at catching, taking 10, and was 10th on the fielding list
for that league.

Mark Garrett was 3rd on the league’s batting averages with a total of 826 at an average
of 51. Young Cameron Lea-Swain accumulated 429 runs at an average of 30 and was
23rd on the league averages, while also taking 13 wickets. Richie Palmer should take
some credit too as he only played 11 innings and scored 267 runs in total and top scored
on 57 not out with an average of 33, getting himself to 54th in the list of leading run takers
for this league! Ian Gill, wicket-keeper Shaun McDonagh, Nick Lytollis and Dave
Manchett were the other leading run takers for the team. Jordon Free, who had an injury
hit season backed up the other bowlers taking 17 wickets at an average of 14! Peter
Belfield took 14 wickets and Jonnie Crick 12 wickets as great support for the team.
 
Congratulations to captain Phil James who did very well personally scoring 391 runs and
taking 14 wickets, finishing 28th and 45th respectively on the league stats lists! During the
season Phil also took time out to coach the U11 Team within the Cricket section’s huge
junior set up.

Capt Phil James with his victorious 2XI Team
after winning the league on the last day!
2nd XI Season Stats
2013 League only:

Mark Garrett
826 runs @ 51.63

Cameron Lea-Swain
429 runs @ 30.64 and 13
wickets @ 33.23

Phil James
391 runs @ 30.08 and 14
wickets @ 13.57

Ian Gill
351 @ 27.00

Richie Palmer
267 runs @ 33.38

Mike Stewart
41 wickets @ 21.54

Ali Crick
19 wickets @ 28.49

Jordan Free
17 wickets @ 14.29
2nd XI ECB Premier
League Table 2013

1 Neston CC 410
2 Grappenhall CC 406
3 Hyde CC 391
4 Chester BH CC 376
5 Alderly Edge CC 370
6 Toft CC 338
7 Didsbury CC 333
8 Nantwich CC 279
9 Urmston CC 261
10 Maccl’field CC 261
11 Middlewich CC 250
12 Sale CC 113
3rd XI Season Stats
2013 League only:

Matt Wilson
578 runs @ 34

Matt Thompson
493 runs @ 37.92

Nick Cavendish-Pell
413 runs @ 51.63

Armand Rabot
314 @ 34.89

Andrew Heath
375 runs @ 31.25 and
15 wickets @ 24.8

Peter Belfield
30 wickets @ 8.90

Owen Llewelyn
28 wickets @ 26.82

Mark Strong
25 wickets @ 15.92
3rd XI ECB Saturday Div
1 League Table 2013

1 Neston CC 414
2 Urmston CC 380
3 Upton CC 370
4 Chester BH CC 361
5 Oxton CC 336
6 Brooklands CC 322
7 Neston CC 4’s 295
8 Warrington CC 291
9 Macclesfield CC 288
10 Oxton CC 4’s 286
11 Cheadle H CC 205
12 Irby CC 185
Cricket 3rd & 4th XI 2013

The 3rd and 4th teams were both in
Division 1 of 3rd XI Saturday League, as
they have been for two seasons! They
are special fixtures and in fact the 4’s won
bragging rights in the first meeting, by
gaining a winning draw, the 3’s did gain
revenge by winning the reverse fixture
however!
The 3rds had won the league by the end
of August and could afford to lose their
l ast t wo mat ches and st i l l wi n
handsomely. Great credit to Matty
Wilson for guiding the 3’s to their 3rd title
in four years! Alan Millington captained
the 4’s to a very respectable 7th in Div 1
of the 3XI Saturday League, competing
against the majority of clubs 3rd eleven.
We also put out teams on a Sunday and
the Over 40’s who won the Wyn Talbot-
Butler Trophy (West Group). To round off
an incredible season we received The
Most Improved Club of The Year
Award The Henderson Bowl, at The
Cheshire Dinner at Mere in October.
Neston Junior Cricket

Andy Crick coordinated the U17’s down
to the U9’s with an incredible amount of
coaches and managers involved in the
coaching over the summer. The U9‘s and
U11‘s won the Wirral league, with the
former also winning the Cup! The U15’s
were Wirral League and Cup Winners and
then followed that up with Cheshire
Premier League and Cup Runners-up, the
U17’s won the Wirral Cup.
The 3rd XI that won their League.
Age Group Honours 2013

U9’s
Wirral Cup Winners
Wirral League Winners

U11’s
Wirral League Winners

U15’s
Wirral League Winners
Wirral Cup Winners
Cheshire League Runners-Up
Cheshire Cup Runners-Up

U17’s
Wirral Cup Winners
County Representation 2013

Cheshire:
Andrew Clarke

U17 Cheshire:
Dane Williams,
Matty Stewart

U16 Girls Cheshire:
Annie Mills

U15 Cheshire West:
Will Brewster, Dan
McNamara, Max Shah,
Dom Smith, Tom Thorne

U13 Cheshire West:
Armand Rabot, George
Wild, Patrick Woodland

U12 Cheshire: Dan Cooke
U11 Cheshire: Toby Brown

O60 Cheshire:
Bob Yardley
Tennis 1st, 2nd & 3rd Teams
2013 Chair Mel Brooks
The tennis teams all did well as can be
seen by the league positions of the Mixed
Adult Team League results to the left. The
3rd Team also gained promotion into the
2nd Division to join the 2nd Team who
narrowly missed out in the play-offs against
Hooton 1’s.

The 1st Team were
Captained by Jack
Rowland. The other
men being Luke Kirby,
Elliot Sutton and Leigh
Owen, the latter playing
every match and he and
Elliot only lost once! The ladies were Sarah
Richards, Fionuala Robinson, Becky
Cole, Cath Tyler and Sarah Fearnley who
broke into the 1st team and is one for the
future!

The 2nd Team,
Captained by Steve
Sutton were runners-up
and sadly missed out on
promotion into the 1st
Division. We last had two
teams in Division 1 in 2005 and before that
2003 and then 1990. We also missed out
in the Play-offs, last year! But a great
season non the less. Tom Wotjak, Richard
Sutton, Roger Grimshaw and Capt
Sutton, played for the men. The ladies
side of the team were made up of Rachael
Schofield, Sarah Fearnley, Coral
Richards, Jenny Rowland and Barbara
Parry-Jones.

The 3rd Team gained
promotion in the play-
offs at the end of the
season and will join the
2nd team in Division 2,
the only Wirral Club to
have three teams in the
top two divisions. They were successfully
Captained by John Patrick. His team
comprised of Paul Anderson, Andrew
Murphy, Jason Thomas and Andy Potter
amongst others. The ladies were Mel
Brooks, Louise Swift, Hannah Lea-
Swain, Anne Beddard and Pat Bernard
amongst others, as players moved up and
down. The 3rd team move back up to
Division 2 after an exciting play-off victory
against Alderley’s 1st Team, with Gerry
Kirby coming into the side as Andy
Murphy wasn’t available with cricket.

The 4th and 5th Team
were Captained and
cleverly managed by
Ken Patrick and they
finished a creditable 3rd
and 7th respectively.
The 4th Team was made
up of Gerry Kirby, Dave Price, Tony
Lydiate, Dave Hill, Richard Chesters and
Brian Robson. On the ladies side it was
Melinda Totty, Laura Paul, Angie Batty,
Pat Bernard, Michaela Halfhead and Sue
Tomlinson. The 5’s were made up of
Andy Green, Mike Merry, Ken Patrick,
Josh Sutton and Jim Anderson. The
Ladies were Shirley Forbes, Sue Murray,
Jo Race, Anne-Marie Jones, and Sue
Stewart.
1st Division Wirral Mixed
Tennis League 2013
1 Holyake 1 183
2 Heswall 1 142
3 Neston 1 137
4 Prenton 1 124
5 Wallasey M 1 103
6 Birkenhead 1 84
7 Hooton 1 63
8 Upton 1 53
2nd Division Wirral
Mixed Tennis League
2013
1 Holyake 2 126
2 Neston 2 124
3 Chesire Oaks 1 117
4 Thorndale 1 110
5 Port Sunlight 1 106
6 Prenton 2 105
7 Alderley 1 63
8 Heswall 2 53
3rd Division Wirral
Mixed Tennis League
2013
1 Oxton 1 149
2 Neston 3 137
3 Wallasey M 2 122
4 Prenton 3 111
5 Thorndale 2 110
6 Heswall 3 94
7 Bertram 1 84
8 N Cheshire 1 77
Neston Tennis perform well across all the
Wirral Tennis Leagues in 2013.
Neston Tennis, End of Season Party!
The End of Season
Tennis bash at the end of
September was a great
success with over 100
attending. The
presentations of the
Neston Tennis
Championships was good
with the winners coming
up and collecting their
prizes. Mel Brooks, Jo
Race and Carol Leary
organized a great party, as
can be seen by the photos
of the eveining! Some
great moves on the dance
floor, some looked more
flexible than on the tennis
court, but that could be
down to Gavin and his bar
staff! The quiz went well
with the result being a
draw. A tie break was
offered, but the “Edge of
the Bed” team shared it
with the “WH Smith“ Team!
5th Division Wirral
Mixed Tennis League
2013
1 Holyake 4 126
2 Oxton 2 124
3 Neston 4 117
4 Prenton 4 110
5 Heswall 4 106
6 Thorndale 4 100
7 Neston 5 94
8 Upton 3 27




The Men’s 1‘s Team in
the Mens league were
Runners-up in the 1st
Division, with Dan
Stickland captaining
the side. Luke Kirby,
Elliot Sutton, James
Kerr, Ryan Leary, John Patrick, Jason
Thomas, Richard Sutton, Paul Anderson,
Tom Wotjak and Harry McMaster all
contributing.

FACTS AND FIGURES

Leigh Owen, Richard Sutton, Dave
Price, Mel Brookes and Melinda Totty all
played every match this season. Leigh
Owen, Jon Patrick and Sarah Fearnley all
won more than 20 matches this season.
Sarah Fearnley started the season in the
4th team and worked her way to the 1st
team during the season playing for the 3rd
team and the 2nd team in the process.
Tom Wojtak
Sarah Fearnley Andy Murphy
Leigh Owen Roger Grimshaw
Neston Club Championship
Winners 2013

Mens Singles:
Tom Wojtak

Mixed Doubles:
Sarah Fearnley / Andy Murphy

Mens Doubles:
Leigh Owen / Roger Grimshaw

Neston Tennis
Championships
2013
These were re-started this year after a number of years without and they created quite
an atmosphere within the club. With a surname like Wojtak, he should be a tennis player
and so it proved to be for Tom Wojtak, who won the singles. Young Luke Kirby was the
Runner-up, having beaten the experienced Richard Sutton in the semi-final. Elliot Sutton
was the other losing semi-finalist, but he teamed up with his father Steve in the Mens
Doubles. They came up against eventual winners Leigh Owen and Roger Grimshaw in
the final.

The Mixed Doubles produced various mother/son, husband/wife combinations, the
pick of the bunch being Ali and Debbie Smith v Dave and Kate Price in the Quarter
Finals- the Smiths won a three setter! The final was played against Team Mel Brooks /
John Patrick and Sarah Fearnley / Andy Murphy, the latter winning a tense final!
1st Division Wirral Mens
Tennis League 2013
1 Prenton 1 95
2 Neston 1 82
3 Wallasey M 1 58
4 Prenton 2 57
5 Thorndale 1 47
6 Helsby 1 32
7 Bertram 1 30
8 N Cheshire 1 5

The U8’s A Mixed Team won
the Cheshire Aegon Division
without losing a game, Guy
Bradshaw, Matthew Strong,
Alastair Bryce, Owen Price Luke
Davies and Issy Kirk.
Wirral & Cheshire Aegon
Division Winners 2013

Cheshire League
U8A Mixed Tennis
U16 Girls
U18 Girls


Wirral League
U18 Mixed

Wirral Mixed League Stats
Sets won and lost

Men won lost
John Patrick 21 5
Leigh Owen 20 8
Jason Thomas 19 5
Elliot Sutton 18 4


Ladies
Sarah Fearnley 21 9
Melinda Totty 19 9
Shirley Forbes 19 7
Kathy Clifford 18 4
Sarah Richards 18 8
Rachel Schofield 18 8
Club Council

Tony Bush - President
Jonnie Brown - Chairman
Andy Woolley - Club Manager
Phil Bates - Treasurer
Jo Race - Club Secretary
Julie Schofield - Membership
Jim Marshall - Ground
Steve Feetenby - House
Dave Lewis - Cricket
Ken Gardiner - Hockey
Nick Mason - Squash/Racquet
Mel Brooks - Tennis
Debbie Mason-Smith - Elected
Anne Beddard - Elected
Tony Brooker - Elected
Rob Fisher - Elected




Staff


Andy Woolley - Club Manager
Gavin Duff - Bar Manager
Graeme Scurr - Head Groundsman
Stephen Woolley - Groundsman
Sarah Hughes - Office Manager


Andy Woolley
Jonnie Brown
Graeme Scurr
Jo Race
Tony Bush
Steve Woolley
Phil Bates
Julie Schofield
Steve Feetenby Jim Marshall
Gavin Duff
Andy Woolley
Mel Brooks Ken Gardiner Dave Lewis
Nick Mason
Debbie Mason-Smith
Rob Fisher
Tony Brooker
Anne Beddard
Neston CC Council
The Club Council sits every 2 months and a smaller
Management Team sits every month to plan, discuss and sort
out issues, problems and every day matters that go with running
a £700,000 turnover business. Without these people we would
not have a Club! I am really pleased to welcome Jonnie Brown
onboard as Chairman and Steve Feetenby as House
Chairman, often thankless tasks. Phil Bates, our Treasurer,
who keeps an eye on that turnover, is staying on, together with
Jim Marshall who continues as Ground Chairman and who has
a valued life time of experience in the Club as well as his legal
mind! Also Julie Schofield, who works hard at processing our
most important income - membership. I am also very pleased
Jo Race our Club Secretary is staying on and keeping us
organized. Welcome also to newcomers, Anne Beddard, Tony
Brooker and Rob Fisher, who join Debbie Mason-Smith as
elected members.
Sarah Hughes
President’s Message
I have only been in the Oval office for two
weeks and it has been pretty busy! But my first
duty is to thank the departing President Andy
Wallis for his incredible contribution over the past
six years of his tenure. The front cover of this new
bi-annual Shrimp Newsletter just shows what a
legacy he leaves. He would be the first to say it
was a team effort and he and his Chairman Paul
Jenkins, who also steps down, put together quite a
dream team. I also want to say a big thanks to
Bob Cooke, who often came in all day every day to
manage all of those projects. He has also stepped
down as House Chairman. He will continue to raise
valuble funds during his ever popular sporting
lunches in The Cranston. Thanks also to Dickie
Thorn who steps down as an Elected member of
Council.

The Marquee weekend was again a fabulous
series of events, 1100 people attended in total! It
started off with the Sporting Lunch sponsored by
Coulter Hurst Insurance, for an incredible ninth
year in a row, organized and planned by Alan
Brown and team. Fast bowler Jeff Thomson was
as quick witted as his bowling and Comedian Josh
Daniels was unique with his spinning of a yarn,
guitar playing and singing combination of talents.
The Ball on the Saturday, organized by Kat
Hussey, Libby Smith, Lianne Millen and Kat
McPherson and their team was a sell out again!
The Food was brilliantly done by Pickled Walnut
and we all danced to The Wicker Men.
This weekend is massive for us and Andy
Woolley our Club Manager, along with Gavin Duff
and their team of staff work extremely hard leading
up to and during it, so a big thanks to them.
Two members of staff that many members
don’t see, a little like the elves and the shoemaker,
are our Grounds Staff of Graeme Scurr and Steve
Woolley. The grounds are immaculate and the
Cricket and Tennis teams really appreciate the
superb surfaces that are produced, thank you.
Future
Well to be honest we have no new exciting
project in the pipeline, however we have a long list
of small development plans laid out. But I want to
ask is the classic Presidential quote of “Ask not
what the Club can do for you, but what can you do
for the Club?”

1.Well if you have a skill or a profession that
you feel could help us, please let me know.
2.Membership has increased hugely (it is our
main source of income) and it is a task to keep on
top of it. Help by making sure you are playing
sport in the correct band and Julie is an e mail
away to upgrade.
3.If you are new and have not been to a social
event, then do, please try one out. I would be
more than happy to introduce you.

Hockey, Squash and Raquet Ball
starts.
The seasons have got off to a great start with
the top three Mens Squash Teams unbeaten and
top of their leagues.

The Hockey is going well with the Mens 1’s
third and the Ladies 1‘s top of their respective
leagues.

Sports Awards 2013
I am looking forward to a new event at Neston
on FRIDAY 15 NOV in The Cranston. I will be
hosting the Inaugural Sports Awards at Neston
Cricket Club. It will be similar to the BBC Sports
Personality of the Year Awards, with Awards to the
Top Performance Players across all our main
Sports, Cricket, Hockey, Squash, Racquet and
Tennis. Each committee has nominted players and
the winner will be revealed on the night.
The categories are Performance Players, Men
and Women, U18 Performance Players, boys and
girls. Team of the year, Coach / Manager of the
Year, Club Person of the Year and Life Time
Achievement Award.
These awards are going to the best players in
the 1st team or the best U18 players in the highest
team across the board. It is the creme de la creme
and so a celebration of sport at Neston. We are
looking to come together as a Club and celebrate in
each others success and doff our cap to good
performances at Neston.
So if you haven’t already please come along
and support us, it will be a fun night with a few
tricks up our sleeve! It has been kindly sponsored
by Constables Estate Agents.

Contact: Sally Bush for tickets 07905 959864

Many thanks for reading this and have a great
winter of sport and socialising at Neston Cricket
Club.

Tony Bush your New President
07905 959866
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Dates for the Diary

Friday 18 October
Cricket End of Season Do

Friday 15 November
President’s Dinner and
Sports Awards

Sat 23 November
Live Music George & Dave
from The Wickermen £5

Josh Daniels entertaining us at
the Sporting Lunch!
Tony Bush getting Thomo’s
autograph before The Ashes!
President’s Dinner & Sports
Awards 2013