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A product of literally several training sessions, James made his debut in the 2006 season. Primarily a bowler, he finished 2nd in the bowling averages for 2008 and winning the club's Young Player of the Year Award. Having moved from Sutton Valence School to Swansea University in the autumn of 2011, James looked forward to bringing his brand of classy village cricket to the untamed wilds of South Wales. However his mission came to an end thanks to a penchant for whiskey and heavy nights out in the quiet seaside town of Swansea. An improving low-order bat and a reliable fielder, James always enjoys playing for club he loves.
Like his elder brother, William was also a pupil at Sutton Valence School who has moved on to university at Cirencester. A product of the Club's progressive youth policy, Will made his debut in 2007, earning a man-of-the-match award for his innings against Bells Yew Green in his first season. An elegant and useful batsman when on form, and a handy change bowler for those extra few overs, Will is clearly of the same mould as Stuart Broad, golden locks and all. A strong arm and a safe pair of hands in the field, with a love of good match teas, Will seems to be the perfect village cricketer. It's a shame about his love of the Scissor Sisters...