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Following on from the huge sell-out success of last year's showing of The Lion King, the Ageas Bowl Outdoor Cinema is back for 2019 with two fantastic films - Finding Nemo and Bohemian Rhapsody - with both to be screened on Saturday 3rd August 2019.
Neil has been a member of the committee since 2001, played Hampshire 2nd XI cricket in the early 1980s and has been a prominent local club cricketer with Lymington Cricket Club. He currently turns out in the ECB over-50s league for Hampshire. A playing member of the MCC and current Chairman of the Hampshire Cricket in the Community Trust, his interests include Rugby Union the World Wildlife Fund, born in Kenya.
Mike has been associated with Hampshire for over 35 years, including coaching/managing Hampshire youth squads as a qualified ECB coach. Served as Chairman of New Forest Cricket Association & captained his local side. A former corporate director, Mike now runs a specialist Cricket & Hockey business with his son Christian and the grandson of Jim Laker. Married with five children and nine grandchildren, he can be seen every match day running the Hampshire Shop.
Born in Hampshire, lives at Stockbridge and a life long member of Hampshire CCC. Educated at Winchester College where he captained the 1st XI cricket and afterwards was a regular member of the Cricketer Cup side for 25 years. He was a distinguished club cricketer both at home and overseas touring the West Indies, South Africa and Australia as a member of pro-am cricket tours. His career was in the City where he was a director of both BZW and Ruffer Investment Management.
A Hampshire member for over 60 years and an active Committee Member since 1986, having chaired the Committee for 4 years to 2006. Played club cricket for Deanery CC and Hampshire Colts. Devoted supporter of Hampshire Cricket at all levels particularly Youth cricket. Member of MCC and, until recently, Chairman of Hampshire Cricket Youth Trust.
A schoolboy cricketer at Bembridge and with the Hampshire Hoggets in the holidays, Laurence subsequently played for Chandler’s Ford (prior to the Compton merger) until business and family commitments ended his playing career. A keen supporter of Hampshire Cricket for over fifty years and elected to the Members’ Committee in 2015.
The Committee has recently co-opted Terry Crump to take responsiblity for Heritage