Chingford v Sawbridgeworth 11 May 2008
Rob Furber's 500th Game
Furber out caught 0
Sawbridgeworth 174 all out
Chingford 178 - 4
Back row (left to right): Rob Furber, Cei Sanderson, Chris Howard, John Donaldson, Joe Edwards, Dan Lane.
Front row (left to right): Alex Cleaves, Alex Syed, Tony Marshall (Captain), Scott Noonan, Tim Poulter.
At the Paddock, Fives and Heronians in 2008.
At The Paddock, Fives and Heronians.
At The Paddock, Fives and Heronians. Ian Rotsey keeps wicket for Fives.
At Town Fields at the end of the 2008 season.
Versus Rivets at Town Fields.
Tony during his knock of 43 versus Rivets at Town Fields.
Club Captain Tony Marshall presents Danny with his award.
Ryan was the leading wicket-taker in the Home Counties Premier League Div 1 East. Here the Club Captain Tony Marshall presents his award.
In the President's absence, Andrew Meadmore presents Tony Marshall with the Clubman Of The Year 2008 award.
Chris collects his award from Club Captain Tony Marshall.
Pasky with the Club Captain.
Tony Marshall on his way to scoring 42 at The Paddock versus Fives and Heronians, September 2008. Sawbridgeworth won by 26 runs.
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.
Chris bowling against Northchurch in the Herts Cup. He returned figures of 1-13 off 6.3 overs. Charlie Mann, Danny Wilson and Michael Burrell field behind the stumps, Tony Marshall at Mid On.
The team huddle together in the Herts Cup at Northchurch in 2009. Players include: Tony Marshall, Charlie Mann, Will Jones, Chris Howard, Wayne Larsen, Matt Birch and Danny Wilson.
Rhys opens the batting at Northchurch in the Herts Cup. Birchy and Jamo show "Jazz Hands" in the background!
Tony Marshall batting for the 2nd XI at Town Fields versus Shenley Village. 6'7 tall fast bowler Wendall Roberts was bowling from the other end!
Mick Burrell took 41 wickets and scored over 300 runs in HPCL 2 East
(Check out the picture in 1989 :-)
Nick Wright receives his first award from Club Captain Tony Marshall. One of his accomplishments was a maiden 100 - good at any level