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  • LCCC - Niall O'Brien
    Gower Executive Club 2016 Match Ticket Prices Niall O Brien Squad Number 81 Player Sponsor Mr Claude Smith Born Dublin Ireland November 8 1981 Joined Leicestershire 2012 Role Left Handed Batsman Wicket Keeper Teams Represented Ireland Kent Northamptonshire Leicestershire Khulna Royal Bengals and Rangpur Riders Honours Ireland international Highlight of Career Being selected to represent Ireland in seven World Cups three 50 over four T20 Winning two man of the match awards in internationals against Pakistan and Bangladesh Relaxations Supporting and watching Leinster rugby union and Everton football walking my dog Awards Cricketer of the Year Best Individual Performance in the First XI both 2014 Vastly experienced Ireland international Niall O Brien has been a consistent performer since signing for Leicestershire ahead of the 2013 season The wicket keeper batsman scored almost 1 200 runs in all competitions in his first full season narrowly missed out on 1 000 County Championship runs in 2014 and scored 718 first class runs in 2015 including a vital innings in the win against Derbyshire O Brien s efforts in 2014 led him to being named Leicestershire s Cricketer of the Year while a superb century led the team to a thrilling RL50 win at Hampshire That innings saw him win the award for best individual performance in the First XI O Brien has been among Leicestershire s leading County Championship runscorers since joining from Northamptonshire He has also been a good performer in one day cricket and is a very safe pair of his hands behind the stumps taking plenty of catches off the seamers while also demonstrating quick hands when standing up By the end of the 2015 season O Brien had scored 7 994 first class runs at an average of 35 37 with a career best score of 182 The

    Original URL path: http://www.leicestershireccc.co.uk/cricket/players/niall-obrien.html# (2016-02-12)
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  • Mark Pettini
    Club Player Sponsorship Brand Exposure and Advertising Events Tickets Online Booking 2016 Membership 2016 One Day T20 Season Ticket 2016 Charlie Fox Club 2016 David Gower Executive Club 2016 Match Ticket Prices Mark Pettini Squad Number 6 Player Sponsor Spice Bazzar Born Brighton August 7 1983 Joined Leicestershire 2015 Role Right Handed Batsman Right Arm Medium Bowler Teams Represented England under 19s Essex Mountaineers Leicestershire Honours Won Friends Provident Trophy in 2008 and promotion to Division One in 2009 as Essex captain Mark Pettini became the third quality batsman with leadership experience to have joined Leicestershire ahead of the 2016 season following the arrival of Neil Dexter from Middlesex and Paul Horton from Lancashire The 32 year old stroke maker had previously spent his entire career with Essex and joined Leicestershire with an impressive record He had amassed 7 926 first class runs at an average of 36 73 including 46 fifties and 12 centuries Pettini came into Essex s LV County Championship team for the final four matches of the season and a good run of form saw him post scores of 134 68 and 117 not out as he ended with a terrific average of over 100 The

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  • LCCC - Ben Raine
    Ticket Prices Ben Raine Squad Number 44 Player Sponsor Churchgate Auctions Born Sunderland County Durham September 14 1991 Joined Leicestershire 2013 Role Left handed batsman right arm medium fast bowler Teams Represented Durham England under 19s Leicestershire Honours England under 19s Ben Raine had an amazing 2015 season which was capped by a trio of awards at the end of season dinner and the signing of a contract extension that will keep him at the club until at least the end of the 2019 campaign Raine was named as Leicestershire s Cricketer of the Year shared the coveted Players Player of the Year with new ball partner Clint McKay and also scooped the Livingston Award for being the most improved uncapped player The all rounder s bowling has become a vital part of Leicestershire s plans in all three forms of the game and he also contributed with his powerful left handed batting Raine passed the 50 wicket mark in the County Championship for the first time in his career and was economical in white ball cricket In 2014 Raine s brilliant quickfire double century at Essex helped the Second XI win the Championship to complete their unprecedented treble Raine is a truly versatile performer able to bat anywhere bowl whenever required and field in a range of positions He has opened the bowling in first class cricket bowled in the powerplay and at the death in the NatWest T20 Blast and batted in a variety of positions He made a good impression in the Second XI throughout 2013 including scoring a half century against his former employers Durham at Darlington CC and also made the most of his opportunities in the first team The all rounder was given his first class debut at Glamorgan in 2013 and picked up

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  • LCCC - Angus Robson
    Matchday Hospitality 1879 Club Captain s Club Player Sponsorship Brand Exposure and Advertising Events Tickets Online Booking 2016 Membership 2016 One Day T20 Season Ticket 2016 Charlie Fox Club 2016 David Gower Executive Club 2016 Match Ticket Prices Angus Robson Squad Number 8 Player Sponsor Greenline Services Supplies Born Darlinghurst Sydney New South Wales Australia February 19 1992 Joined Leicestershire 2013 Role Right handed top order batsman Family Older brother Sam plays for Middlesex Teams Represented Leicestershire Highlight of Career Being signed by Leicestershire CCC Players Admired Ian Bell Michael Clarke Mike Atherton Relaxations Hanging out with mates holidaying Opener Angus Robson has shown great patience determination and skill to record 1 000 first class runs for Leicestershire County Cricket Club in the last two seasons The young Sydney born opener has been a model of consistency at the top of the order and signed a two year contract extension during the summer of 2015 Robson who is brother of Middlesex opener Sam earned his place in the first Championship game of the campaign in 2014 and has simply never looked back The 23 year old has a great technique and also has the ability to put away anything loose the comes his way As his time at the club has gone on Robson has grown in confidence and dominated attacks to give Leicestershire a platform at the top of the order The batsman has also broken into the Royal London One Day Cup side and impressed during an innings against World Cup finalists New Zealand in a 50 over game at Grace Road Robson first caught the eye at Grace Road in 2012 where he scored two superb tons against Gloucestershire and Nottinghamshire for the Second XI Robson s knock of 98 during a Trophy game at Northamptonshire was

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  • LCCC - Rob Sayer
    Grace Road Members Forum Leicestershire Cricket Society Residents Meetings Commercial Elton John Matchday Hospitality 1879 Club Captain s Club Player Sponsorship Brand Exposure and Advertising Events Tickets Online Booking 2016 Membership 2016 One Day T20 Season Ticket 2016 Charlie Fox Club 2016 David Gower Executive Club 2016 Match Ticket Prices Rob Sayer Squad Number 12 Player Sponsor Cartwright King Solicitors Born January 25 1995 Huntingdon Cambridgeshire Joined Leicestershire 2014 Role Right handed batsman off break bowler Teams Represented Cambridgeshire Leicestershire Second XI England under 19s Highly promising Leicestershire CCC off spinner Rob Sayer made his breakthrough into the first XI during the 2015 season Sayer made his debuts in all competitions and particularly caught the eye during a great spell at Durham in NatWest T20 Blast where he took 2 16 from his allocation Sayer signed a three year contract extension that takes him through until at least the end of the 2018 season The experience he gained in the County Championship will be invaluable and the role he played during the second innings against Derbyshire was key in helping the club to secure a second win of the summer Sayer suffered an injury during 2014 that restricted him to a handful of appearances in the first and second team although he did play for Leicestershire against India and Leeds Bradford MCCU A 20 year old who hails from Huntingdon Cambridgeshire was part of the England under 19s squad on their 2013 tour to the United Arab Emirates The team were part of a tri nations tournament with the hosts and Pakistan and Sayer produced a number of good performances as England reached the final During the 2013 season Sayer took five wicket hauls both in the Second XI Championship and in a Second XI Friendly and also posted his

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  • LCCC - Atif Sheikh
    Society Residents Meetings Commercial Elton John Matchday Hospitality 1879 Club Captain s Club Player Sponsorship Brand Exposure and Advertising Events Tickets Online Booking 2016 Membership 2016 One Day T20 Season Ticket 2016 Charlie Fox Club 2016 David Gower Executive Club 2016 Match Ticket Prices Atif Sheikh Squad Number 3 Player Sponsor Baxters the Printers Born Nottingham February 23 1991 Joined Leicestershire 2014 Role Right handed batsman Left arm fast bowler Teams Represented Derbyshire Leicestershire Atif Sheikh started the 2015 season by taking three wickets in an impressive display against Glamorgan but also picked up an injury during that match that hampered his progress The left arm seamer made a real impression during the 2014 season and penned a contract at Leicestershire CCC in July of that year after a string of fine performances Sheikh bowled with pace and hostility against the touring India side and made the headlines in the national newspapers as a result Sheikh then claimed a hat trick at Gloucestershire becoming the first bowler since Matthew Hoggard to achieve the feat The 23 year old had previously bowled well in the Second XI for a couple of seasons and built on the India performance by taking 6

    Original URL path: http://www.leicestershireccc.co.uk/cricket/players/atif-sheikh.html# (2016-02-12)
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  • LCCC - Charlie Shreck
    Online Booking 2016 Membership 2016 One Day T20 Season Ticket 2016 Charlie Fox Club 2016 David Gower Executive Club 2016 Match Ticket Prices Charlie Shreck Squad Number 4 Player Sponsor Pochin Bathrooms Born Truro Cornwall January 6 1978 Joined Leicestershire 2014 Role Right Hand Batsman Right Arm Fast Medium Bowler Teams Represented Nottinghamshire Kent Highlights of Career Taking 8 31 against Middlesex for Nottinghamshire at Trent Bridge Players Admired Michael Holding Viv Richards Ian Botham Charlie Shreck s experience and control has been a key feature of the bowling attack and the seamer will take on a dual role at Leicestershire County Cricket Club during the 2016 season Shreck has been given additional responsibilities as Bowling Development Coach alongside his playing commitments at Grace Road The opportunity will allow Shreck to accelerate his learning in the coaching of first class cricketers while still being a key member of the playing staff Shreck will be assisting in the delivery of the winter programme along with key in season responsibilities Shreck joined Leicestershire in 2014 and has taken 99 first class wickets in his two seasons at the club including passing the 50 wicket mark in 2015 The 37 year old became the joint leading wicket taker for the club in first class cricket in 2014 and lifted the Frank S Smith Cup for Bowling in the First XI His batting was also as entertaining as it was useful a maiden first class 50 at Surrey being one of the highlights of the season The tall seamer passed the 500 wicket mark in first class cricket during the 2015 season and has a career best return of 8 31 Earlier in his career Shreck first caught the eye at Cornwall before making his first class debut for Nottinghamshire in 2003 Shreck collected

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  • LCCC - James Sykes
    s Club Player Sponsorship Brand Exposure and Advertising Events Tickets Online Booking 2016 Membership 2016 One Day T20 Season Ticket 2016 Charlie Fox Club 2016 David Gower Executive Club 2016 Match Ticket Prices James Sykes Squad Number 60 Player Sponsor Holiday Lounge Born Huntingdon Cambridgeshire April 26 1992 Joined Leicestershire 2011 Role Left Handed Batsman Slow left arm spinner Teams Represented Cambridgeshire Leicestershire Highlights of Career First XI debut Players Admired Shane Warne Claude Henderson Relaxations Watching Norwich City FC James Sykes suffered an unfortunate injury that put paid to his 2015 campaign after he had made a big impression in the NatWest T20 Blast team The slow left armer previously made appearances in all competitions for the First XI during the 2014 season and was also the Second XI s key bowler in their treble winning campaign Sykes started the 2013 season in the YB40 side and was given his Leicestershire first class debut at Essex The spinner snared a four for and picked up some big wickets in other matches including experienced duo Simon Katich and Murray Goodwin The 23 year old who came through the youth system of the Huntingdonshire Cricket Board ended the season back in the YB40 team and bowled particularly well against Middlesex at Lord s Sykes picked up the wicket of former England international Joe Denly and ended with 1 44 off his eight overs In 2012 Sykes held his own in tourist games against West Indies and Australia played seven CB40 games and also had a terrific T20 debut at Nottinghamshire On an afternoon where the bowlers struggled Sykes took 2 24 from his allocation from the Pavilion End at Trent Bridge including the wicket of former Leicestershire batsman James Taylor Sykes also shone in the Second XI that year including a

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