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  1. Elliot Bath
    Elliot Bath

    Preferred position: Bowler

    Elliot is a fine exponent of left arm spin with flight and guile to constrain and restrict batsmen, a genuine all rounder with the ability to increase the tempo of any innings. Currently studying at one of those very clever universities (Cambridge) and doing lots of James Bond stuff like flying in helicopters and skiing Sparsholt look forward to seeing him and his brains back on the field this season.

  2. Oscar Birnie
    Oscar Birnie

    Preferred position: Batsman

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    Tom Brook

    Preferred position: Bowler

    Brooky , a well travelled public school boy impersonator came up through the junior ranks. Has played at all levels within the club captaining the third team and bowling for the first team. Mainly a left arm bowler who can bat and a stalwart of the Sunday gentrified 11.

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    Alex Dilley

    Preferred position: Bowler

    Dills joined Sparsholt in 2013 and is by far the tallest player in the club, a genuine quick bowler who generates pace and bounce, he can also hit the ball a long way. A law student at Winchester University likes a bit of bubbly will be known as Dilchamp.

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    Lewis Dunford

    Preferred position: Batsman

    Former first team captain Lewis has progressed through the ranks at Sparsholt to become a fine top order batsman. Scored a superb century as captain away at Totton and Elling in 2013 , son of club stalwart Tony Dunford.

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    Kyle Ruffell

    Preferred position: All rounder

    Kyle joins Sparsholt as our 2015 overseas from Auckland, right hand bat and medium fast bowler has already claimed wickets and runs and been a net bowler for the United Arab Emirates. Has been nicknamed Karl Pilkington among others

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    Stuart Tognarelli

    Preferred position: Batsman

    Togs joined Sparsholt in the 2013 season and immediately showed his ability scoring 152 in the village knockout one of two centuries for the season. Now fully recovered from a shoulder injury Stu is a key batsman in the top order. Like many prolific run scorers he has an innate ability to count to 5 then take a quick single.

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