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This page was created on March
the 10th, 2001 to provide a means of informal communications between the
numerous Hampshire CCC Members living overseas and the Hampshire CCC and
its other Members!
The list below is in alphabetical order!
This page is bound to be modifieded very soon!
Bear with me!
Address: Sydney, Australia (for the last 11 years-circa
Born in Southampton England
"First went to the County Ground at Southampton to see
the 1948 Australians. Became a Junior Member in 1952 and have been
a member ever since. Anyone who feels that Barry Richards and Gordon
Greenidge were something probably never saw Roy Marshall in full flow -
absolutely exhilirating - quite likely to hit the first four balls of a
match for four. Superb cover drives, savage pulls and scything cuts.
And then there was Shack! Possibly the finest bowler of his kind
Played for Chandlers Ford 1956-58 then I went overseas
in 1958 - first to Nigeria where I played cricket for Lagos & Colony
(as it was then), Ibadan and Kano. Luckily transferred to Malaysia
in 1964 - nobody would want to spend too long in West Africa - where I
played for the Selangor Club in Kuala Lumpur for 17 years. Member
of the Stragglers of Asia Cricket Club and MCC.
Played for the Hampshire Rioteers for a couple of seasons
and then came to Queesland Australia in 1981. Left Queensland in
1989 and played for Sydney University Veterans for several years unitl
it became gradually obvious that the ground was getting lower and the ball
going faster each season!
Now involved in the Lords Taverners Australia where I
was a Founder Member back in 1983."
Laidlaw, Stuart S.
Address: Hong Kong since 1979
Have been a life member of HCCC since 1969
Now retired from playing cricket but retain a great interest
in cricket in general and Hampshire in particular.
Address: Shizuoka, Japan
Full Member since 2000
Born: Dijon, France
Spent college at Bournemouth University (College of Technology
at the time), 1973~1976. Used to go and watch Hampshire CCC any time they
were visiting Dean Park in Bournemouth. These were the times of Andy roberts,
Gordon Greenidge and Barry Richards.
Has sent some Japanese players to be coached by the late
Malcolm Marshall and C. Tremlett (Senior) under the auspices of the Japan
Has lived in Japan since 1976.
Still active in cricket as player and administrator.
Address: Houston, Texas, USA
Comments: I was a member of Hampshire in the 60's to
80's-since have worked overseas-hope
for a good season with promotion to division one.
Address: New York City, USA
A Hampshire CCC member - I read the insert from Robert-Gilles
in a recent mailing from HCCC. Interesting to see so much cricket activity
in Japan - especially as baseball seems to be the national team sport there.
Good luck with the site. (Guestbook extract-unfortunately, the mail address
did not log!)
Taylor, Lawrence O' Callaghan
Address: Osaka, Japan
".I was born in Hampshire,in Lyndhurst to be exact.My
father made me a member when I was born and although we eventually moved
away I have always followed the fortunes of Hants since the days of Shack,Butch
White and His Eminence Ingelby-McKenzie.A pretty dismal season last year!
Let`s hope for a better one this year."
Homepage Title: Bahamas
Homepage URL: http://www.itiltd.com/
Address: Nassau, Bahamas
Comments: I was the Accountant for Hampshire CCC for
a few years before moving here in August 1998 to work for a Bahamian Construction
company. I miss my involvement with the club although I am on the Board
of the Bahamas Cricket Association and we had Gordon Greenidge here a few
weeks ago to assist in promoting the game of cricket in the Islands through
coaching clinics and TV interviews.
I wish Rod Bransgrove, Tony Baker and his team all the
best in raising the necessary finances for the new ground and to Robin
and the players a successful season.
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