The pre season youth membership newsletter has just been emailed to what I believe to be a complete and correct/up to date cascade list.
However if you haven't received it or would like to see a copy anyway, please let me know at [email protected] I did get one undeliverable reply from a leg spinning U17s parent, hopefully you know who you are!
What I forgot to say was the newsletter includes a plea for among other things additional coaching help ready for 2018.
So if any adult members with no current connection with the youth set up as parents/carers would be interested in helping, I can send you the newsletter which gives the full picture.
Please can you create yourself a Play Cricket account on and add you contact info including phone number, email address, address and d.o.b and we will then have a membership database.
Details will be secure only the committee will have access to the details.
His mother, Natasha, 34, broke down in tears at the end of the 40-minute service, kissing her hand then laying it on her son's small white coffin as it was taken in a hearse from Holy Trinity Church in Bradley Stoke, near Bristol, to a private cremation.
Liam died from head injuries after his father allegedly jumped 50 ft from a balcony clutching him and his two-year-old sister, Mia, during a family holiday on the Greek island. More than 200 people, including school friends of Liam, gathered in the church to hear him described as a "happy little chap", who loved Doctor Who and was such a keen swimmer that he was known by his family as "our little fish".
An early heads up - Youth indoor nets start on Tuesday 7 March from 7pm to 8 pm at the Winterbourne Academy, same time and place as last year. This is for 6 weeks before heading outdoors at the club on Sunday monings.
Bradley Stoke Cricket Club was formed initially in September 1990 and became founder users of the newly built pavilion in Baileys Court Road, Bradley Stoke.
It was on June 12th 1991, that we heard that we had been chosen by North Avon District Council, to be the first cricket club to use the superb…
He said Liam had enjoyed attending Wheatfield School and had changed from a quiet, shy child to a confident and sociable boy with a "great sense of humour".
The family left the church, with Mrs Hogan being supported, for a private service at South Bristol Crematorium.
Everything you did, everything you were made mummy so proud. until we meet again."Watch over your little sister for me, my angel. Mummy xxxxxxxx."The Rev Paul Peterson, one of two ministers conducting the service, reminded mourners of the happy days Liam had enjoyed at the church's holiday club before going to Crete.