Wiltshire Cricket

Players to watch 2014

T20 brings all sorts of excitement and the Wiltshire Wallop will provide it's own brand of big hitters, death bowlers, mystery spin bowlers and unsung hero's! So before it all kicks off and Burbage try to defend their crown we asked some of the clubs involved who we should keep an eye on and we'll reveal all shortly!

Swindon's young players will be to the fore in this year's Wallop and they've picked out three to watch this summer; Matt Kidd, Jake Goodwin and Jon Sore. Beware the young guns from Swindon who'll be looking to reach the finals weekend but must get past Goatacre and the reigning champions in what looks like the most explosive group of the first round!

Meanwhile big hitting Bradford on Avon could be a dark horse in this competition with some wily cricketer's down at Culver Close! Nick Gerrish, Tony Laws and Dan Hall will be looking to clear the boundary while talented spinner Dan Tallentire and death bowling expert Rich Thomas could be the inspiration in the field. Marshfield will bring long ball hitters Jeremy Bond and James Williams into play and could mix things up in the middle overs with mystery spinners Tom Bright and C Williams in their ranks.

Last year's losing semi-finalist's Biddestone will be looking to go one better this year and in Neil Bredenkamp, Jamie Mitchell and Dwaine Perry they have some serious batting heat at the top of the order, whilst expect some lusty hitting from Liam Boulton down the order. Chippenham will be bringing their young talent to the competition and expect to see talented Frankie Vaz, Mike Hunter and Will Thomas in play. Newcomer Denson Narayan will hope to take his league form into the T20 game as well.

Potterne's up and coming starlet Tom Alsop will hope to be available for the club in their games while Jake Roberts and Neil Clark are itching to get on the 6's league table following recent successes with Wiltshire. The club are putting their games on a Friday night so expect a warm welcome down at Coxhill Lane this year!