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our team

Meet the London Cricket Trust people working to grow cricket across the capital.

Everyone involved in the London Cricket Trust is committed to helping us carry out our vision.

our ambassadors

Naomi grew up in Ealing and began her career with the Surrey Stars and Western Storm in the Women's Cricket Super League. In 2020, she was one of 25 players awarded regional retainer contracts by the ECB alongside her role as captain of Middlesex Women.
Grace grew up in Lewisham and has represented both Kent Women and England Academy Women and is now one of the stand out young players for the South East Stars.
Born in the heart of Islington, Cordelia is the daughter of former cricketer Frank Griffith, and from an early age it became clear that she would follow in his footsteps. Now playing her cricket as opening bat for the Sunrisers, Cordelia has also represented Essex Women and England Academy Women.
Feroze is a young right-handed middle-order batsman who was brought up in Waltham Forest and has been rising through the Essex ranks since the age of 13. His style is an eye-catching combination of elegant stroke-play and sumptuous timing which helped earn him his first team debut in August 2020.
Lauren started playing cricket at home in the garden with her older brother aged seven. It didn’t take long for her to join him at their local club, Walthamstow CC. With no girl’s teams at the time, Lauren had to work her way through the boys age group teams and was soon involved with Essex Academy where she spent all of her playing career. Nowadays, Lauren is an Essex Community Coach and was recently accepted on the ECB Advanced Coaching course.
As a former Cranleigh schoolboy and Surrey academy graduate, Ollie is very familiar with the playing fields of south-west London. After making his first class debut for Surrey in 2016 he has since gone on to play Test cricket for England and has become a mainstay in England’s middle order.
Inspired by her cricket mad brother and father, Bryony’s first experience of cricket was amongst her brothers junior team in Sutton and as the only girl in the league. Bryony continues to excel for both Surrey and England’s ODI and IT20 teams, where she has been given a central contract at just 22.
Max’s talent was evident from an early age and he has been working his way through the ranks at Middlesex and England junior sides, often as captain. He is a consistent run scorer across all formats and aged 22 he has already recorded first class, one-day and T20 centuries for Middlesex and continues to put forward his case for the national side.
Since making his Kent debut against Surrey in 2007, Alex has gone on to make over 250 appearances for the club. The left-handed batsman from Bromley, who rose through Kent’s Academy, has since cemented himself as a mainstay in the Kent Spitfires’ white-ball side.

our Trustees

Ian Harris

Jawar Ali

Sophie Kent

Chris Whitaker

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