Back row: Alan Watson, Barry Birch, Ted Levey, David Warne, John Pyle, Henry Holland.
Front row: Alan Buck, Terry Dash, Alan Webb (captain), David Abbey, Tony Cooke
Sawbridgeworth versus Bishop's Stortford, 9th August 1986. We came second in the Herts League this year, behind Stortford. Back row: Les Richardson (umpire), Michael McMahon, Peter Rue, Neil Price, Geoff Douse, Paul Monger, David Farr, Richard White (scorer). Front row: Ted Levey, Terry Dash, David Burrell (captain), Paul Dawson, Rick Allen.
Ted in c.1988. Just couldn't resist wearing the M.C.C. sweater could we?
A Sawbo team from 1990 (probably Cricket Week). Back row (left to right): Les Richardson (umpire), Doug Foster, Stuart Felstead, Tony Puncher, George Hutton, Richard Harnack, Richard White (scorer). Front row (left to right): Jon Bullman, Paul Monger, Ted Levey (captain), Neil Winter, David Burrell, Gary Parish.
1,636 games for Sawbo (1963-2008). Ted's playing career at Sawbo can be bettered by nobody: he's played more games, had a longer playing career and scored more runs than anybody else. He also had two spells as Club Captain. Ted, a left handed opening batsmen, worked hard to improve his technique, and was a 1st XI player for thirty years. He still plays in 2009 to a high standard.
Ted has played more games and scored more runs than any other Sawbridgeworth player. Club Captain for seven years (two spells), and Fixture Secretary for a short time, Ted IS Sawbo.
Ted Levey c.1994.
Ted Levey in 1994.
This is how the Herts and Essex Observer reported 'Eddie' Levey's 150 not out in 1978 - the first score of 150 or more by a Sawbridgeworth batsman at Town Fields since a Mr C. Earle achieved the feat in 1883.
The side was, back row (left to right): Kevin Elkins, M. Sammons, Henry Holland, John Richardson, Doug Foster, Peter Miller.
Front row (left to right): Alan Webb, Ted Levey, Brian Nottage, Terry Dash, Dave Ettridge.
Pictured before the home game versus Harlow, Sawbridgeworth scored 229-5 (Phil Barnard 76), but Harlow chased the runs for 6 wickets.
Back row (left to right: Les Richardson (umpire), Gary Parish, Brian Nottage, John Pyle, Ted Levey, Dave Etteridge.
Front row (left to right): John Richardson, Ian Holland, Kevin Elkins, Phil Barnard (captain), Henry Holland, Laurie Turner.
Taken on 16th July, 1988, this photo shows Club Captain Ted Levey, sports entrepreneur Barry Hearn and Club President David Barley. David had asked Barry to bring over a side, which consisted of many "Matchroom" snooker stars such as Steve Davis, Tony Meo and Neal Foulds. 1,500 spectators watched the game at Town Fields. Barry Hearn became Chairman of Leyton Orient Football Club in 1995.
The 1st XI line up at Town Fields on Saturday 25th July, 1992, during the Herts League game versus North Mymms.
Back row (left to right):Doug Foster, Kevin Elkins, Stuart Felstead, Ted Levey, John Weil,Richard Webb.
Front row (left to right): Paul Monger (captain), Gary Parish, David Burrell, David Ford, Richard Harnack.
Back row (left to right): Neil Winter, Richard Webb, Adrian Jackson, Kevin Prince, Ted Levey, Paul Monger, Richard White (scorer).
Front row (left to right): Paul Billings, David Burrell (captain), Steve Winter, Kevin Elkins.
Inset: Andy Kemmis.
Back row (left to right): Paul Monger, Paul Binns, David Burrell, Stuart Felstead, Glenn Gostling, Richard Harnack, Doug Foster, Les Richardson (umpire). Front row (left to right): Jon Bullman, Steve Winter, Ted Levey (captain), Peter Miller.
The side which finished runners up in both league and cup, this photo was probably taken during the Herts Cup Final at Hemel Hempstead.
Back row (left to right): Richard Harnack, Gary Parish, Paul Monger, Peter Rue, Michael McMahon, Rick Allen.
Front row (left to right): Paul Dawson, Terry Dash, Dave Burrell (captain), Ted Levey, Geoff Douse.
The Sawbridgeworth side, which played against The President's XI, Cricket Week August 1987.
Back row (left to right): Andy Cooke, Les Richardson (umpire), Paul Monger, Ian Bowler, Ron Davis, Andrew Meadmore, David Burrell, Richard White (scorer).
Front row (left to right): Peter Miller, Peter Rue, Ted Levey (captain), Alec Felstead, Geoff Douse.
The team which played the Matchroom Team (Barry Hearn's side, including snooker legend Steve Davis) in 1988.
Back row: Andy Clark (umpire), Derek Oakes, Richard Harnack, Nigel Rouse, Ted Levey, David Barley (President), Glenn Gostling, Ron Davis, Geoff Douse, Les Richardson (umpire).
Front row: Richard White (scorer), David Burrell, David Ettridge, Darren Bruton, John Weil.
Ted shows an excellent execution of the pull shot or should we say hoick?
This is a good example of how left handers tend to play away from their bodies!
A Sawbo 1st XI from 1991, for some reason with twelve players! Back row (left to right): Andy Clark (umpire), Aubrey Inston, Steve Winter, Stuart Felstead, Jon Bullman, Ted Levey, Clinton Bragg, Doug Foster. Front row (left to right): Richard Harnack, Tony Puncher, Paul Monger (captain), David Burrell, Cass Edwards.
Ted Levey on President's Day c. 1991.
Richard Webb, Steve Winter and Ted Levey in front of the changing rooms before the extension c.1991. Ted is obviously contemplating his recent dismissal.
The clubhouse, 23rd August 1999, on the day of the official opening of the new score box. Ted Levey stands on the left hand side.
Sawbo coming out to field on the day of the official opening of the score box in 1999. Sawbo players include: Matt Birch, Phil Hyam, Ted Levey, Tony Marshall, Chris Pask and Michael Burrell.