Cap (not baggy)
Favourite Graham Carter nick-name
Favourite OLCC Brothers
What are your three favourite films?
1 - Gladiator
2 - The Spy Who Loved Me
3 - Titanic
What is your desert island book?
Outdoor Survival Handbook by Raymond Mears
What is your desert island luxury item?
Kendal Mint Cake
Please provide your eight desert island discs:
1 - Stayin' Alive - The Bee Gees
2 - Joker A - The Hooray Henrys
3 - Call Me the Breeze - J.J. Cale
4 - Uptown Funk - Mark Ronson ft. Bruno Mars
5 - Old Time Rock and Roll - Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band
6 - The Heart of Life - John Mayer
7 - Layla - Eric Clapton
8 - Imagine - John Lennon & The Plastic Ono Band
Beer or Wine: Beer
Tea or Coffee: Neither
Wet Shave or Dry Shave: Dry
Morning or Night: Night
City or Countryside: Ryside
Messi or Ronaldo: Messi
Pietersen or Boycott: Boycott
West Indies 80’s or Australia 90’s: West Indies 80s
Warne or Murali: Warne
WG Grace or Bradman: Bradman
Favourite ever umpire: Maurice Houston
And what are your three things to go into Room 101?
1 - Glass Ketchup Bottles
2 - People who stop suddenly when walking in busy areas
3 - People who don't say thank you when door held open for or when given way to in the car
Behind a cheerful, quiet and calm exterior lurks an inner demon, clawing to emerge to to smash opposition bowlers out of the park and strike fear into the opposition with a cunning array of bone breaking beamers.
Son of the club President, little Tommy Carter has played for the OLCC almost since birth but surprisingly retains an excellent batting technique and is a sprightly athlete in the field and between the wickets.
Never one for rash utterances or speaking out of turn, Raymond van Tomley is nevertheless a tour stalwart; whether it is accompanying and encouraging more boisterous members in their nightly jollity, sharing a double bed with his brother or assisting on any number of pranks at the expense of his Dad. In time and with serious application he could yet become a mild eccentric.
Holds all kinds of club records and scores mountains of runs, it's high time he gave up ideas of playing for other clubs to concentrate seriously on OLCC cricket