Terenure Cricket Club Taverners XI squad

Taverners XI Taverners XI

Captain : A.N. Other

Sathish Ayyappath

Experienced all-rounder from Kerala in Southern India, Sathish has passed his vast knowledge to many on the team.  Enjoys the odd Tenants and has more run outs to his name then Inzamam Ul-Haq

Inge Bevers

Inge has been a great addition to the squad since her arrival at Terenure CC  a few years back. Being an umpire, scorer, middle order bat, wicket keeper and car owner, Inge is every captains idea of the perfect player.  Keeps everyone on their toes.

Andre Cavanagh

A French horn player by trade, Andre brings that extra touch of culture and class to the Taverners changing room.  A solid and reliable all-rounder, Andre has vowed to improve his game in 2013 to step into his namesakes (The Other Andre) shoes.

Hamish Forsyth
Like all Kiwis, a talented all-rounder, who can bat, bowl, drink and field along with the best of them. Originally from deepest darkest New Plymouth, Hamish is a great addition to any XI both on and off the field. 
Micil Glennan

Micil has represented the club in league cricket, darts, rugby and soccer, making him a true all-rounder.  Still too ashamed to tell the fine people of Edenderry he plays the garrison game.  A minor celebrity to those who follow sport via text.

JP Harvey
Named after his compatriot JP Duminy, and with similar stats in so far as his bowling average is higher then his batting one, JP has returned to the club having flirted with Leinster CC for a couple of seasons. A genuine all-rounder both on and off the field
Coleman Hudson

An all-rounder from Wexford, Coleman has impressed since first arriving on the scene a few years ago. His knowledge of the game is unquestionable.  Frequently found scribbling tactics on the back of a beer mat in a quiet corner of Comans of Rathgar.

John Kelly
John, otherwise known as "JK" or "The Wizard of Wickla" has been known to baffle opponents with his unorthodox brand of left arm bowling. Wicklows finest cricketer since Charles Stuart Parnell, some believe.
Dan Lynch

Solid all-rounder and father to the majority of the clubs 2nd and 3rd XI. Regularly seen kitted out in a Munster jersey while on the pitch. World renowned for his caught and bowls.

John Murray

A genuine all-rounder, who has graced the hallowed turf of Terenure since the late 90’s. Possessing what is commonly known as “the gift”, Big John has been known to rip through clubs top orders. Once hit Bill Whaley back over his head for four and has represented Ireland at the Taverners Cricket World Cup in Sweden.

The Bob Nolan
Bob is a relatively new member of the Taverners Team, having taken up the game on his retirement. A member of the bowling section, he will add experience and maturity to the team, and in doing so bring up the average age of the team to that of a genuine Taverner XI
Tom O’Brien O’Driscoll

Quiet Wexford lad that keeps things to himself both on and off the field. Tom spends his Winters down in Donnybrook where he plays rugby for Old Wesley RFC.  Rumour has it he learnt how to use a bat while studying up in Dundalk. The clubs resident Michelin Star chef.

Damien Walshe

Former captain and real ale connoisseur, Damien is quite possibly the finest test cricketer from Cavan to never play a test. A solid and dependable bat and leg break bowler, Damien is completely unsuited to Social Cricket. That has however never gotten in his way

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