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Vice Presidents

Alan Barth

Martin Bentley

Peter Ford

Dai Morgan

William Baker

Glenn Copus

 

Mrs Jesse Goodchild

Mrs Eileen Truran

Committee

Chairman

R.J.Granger

Secretary

L.A.Shaw

Fixture Secretary

S.M.P.Patel

President

J.Paul

Equipment Officer

K.Cullen

Vice Chairman

D.G.Starck

Treasurer

N.P.Ball

Team Secretary

D.Starck

Saturday Captain

A.Jain

Sunday Captain

R.Pooran

Vice Captains

S.Kazi                             A.Kureshi                              P.Patel

Mayfield Cricket Club was formed in 1925 by Ken Cushen.  The first few seasons were played at Broomfield Park as opposed to Hazelwood and it is clear from the scorebooks of the early years that the ball definitely held sway over the bat.  Indeed the first match on 11th July 1925 was typical of the matches of the day.  Batting first the 166th North London Scouts team were rolled over for a mere 43 including 4-14 for the founder.  Ken also had the accolade of being the top scorer in Mayfield's inaugural innings with 18.  However what appeared to be a simple target proved to be too onerous as the team were bowled out for 39 losing by 4 runs and thereby setting in stone a blueprint for what is latterly know as the classic Mayfield collapse.

The club has a proud history as a social club, one that is welcoming, friendly, diverse in its makeup and above all fun.  It has survived over many generations by the passion and commitment of its members, which very often comprise fathers, sons, brothers and friends. Its history is littered with scores of family relations and friendships forged on the cricket pitch all contributing to the rich patchwork that is Mayfield Cricket Club.

In our 96th year we aim to maintain and preserve the tradition on which the club was founded and hopefully see us through the nervous nineties to the ton in three years time!!

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