Nicknames: Scholesy, Bradders
An elegant opening batsman with a taste for expansive cover drives, Mitch has been a London Colney regular for over ten seasons. Mitch scored heavily for both the Saturday 2nd XI and in the Sunday Chess Valley side before becoming the 1st XI's regular opening batsman. Although 1st team skippers would love to see him play more regularly, Mitch has been successful thus far in his short 1st XI career, culminating in a maiden league century in the final league game of 2012.
Special Move: One week on, one week off
Nicknames: Captain Cock, Scotty
A diminutive middle-order batsman, Scott was one of the last products of the LCCC colts set-up to progress into seniour cricket. Blessed with bags of natural talent and a vast array of front-foot and back-foot scoring strokes, Scott has the ability to change the course of a game in a short space of time. Equally strong off front or back foot and happy against both pace and spin, Scott is regulalry LCCC's leading run getter and holds the club record individual highest score of 183*, made against Finchley in 2011. During the 2015 and 2016, Scott played for North Mymms, equipping himself well in the higher divisions before returning to Colney as captain for the 2017 season.
Special Move: Sherbert dib-dab
Nicknames: Zeiders, Sliderman, Schamu
Rick was a product of the Shenley Colts set-up which called LCCC its home until 2009. Despite his sturdy build, Ricky is a tidy and agile wicket-keeper equally happy standing up or back. As a batsman he is technically very correct, favouring the straight batted scoring shots. In 2011 he moved up to open the innings and hasn't looked back, narrowly missing out on the 2016 1st XI batting trophy and beginning the 2017 season with a barrage of half centuries.
Special Moves: Winning the Weakest Link, Swiss Roll Clearance