Darren was one of a number of people who helped reform the club in 1993 and was Club Captain during the first 10 years. Since then he has remained at the centre of club activities, and led the club's progress into Junior Cricket in recent years. He has served on the Club Committee as Secretary, Treasurer and took over as Chairman in 2020. In 2015 he received a Lifetime Achievement to Cricket Award from Cambidgeshire Cricket.
Tom has many years experienced in local club cricket and is free scoring high order batsman. Tom took over the Treasurer role in 2014 and also plays a key part in the Junior set up as one the club's All Stars Activator. His son and daughter both play in the club's junior section
Shona's involvement in the club began when her other half Greg joined as a player in 2010. Always an enthusiastic supporter of the club events, Shona played a key part on the committee for our Dawn till Dusk Cricket Match, which raised over £10K in aid of JDRF charity (Type 1 diabetes) and the club pavilion fund.
Child Welfare Officer
Jane Van De Peer
Jane has filled the important role of Child Welfare Officer at the club for over 10 years. Jane and her family have lived in the village since 1994 and they have all played an important part in the club since. Jane herself has been fundamental to the development of junior cricket at Chippenham and has also sat on the Junior Committee since it was formed in 2013. Jane can by contacted by email:
Tim has played for the club for well over 20 years and his off-spin is a key wicket taking feature in our Sunday side. Off the pitch Tim has played an important part in the fund raising events both in terms of organising and hosting events. He has carried out a number of personal sponsorship events for the club that include walking the length of Hadrian's Wall in full Roman Emperors clothing, canoeing down the Thames and completing one of the mountain stages of the Tour de France. He is currently leading the effort to raise funds for a pavilion at Chippenham
Kevin has played a very important part in the club since it reformed. After making his debut in the club's first match since its restart in 1993 he went on to be the club's key all rounder over the next 10 years, often winning games with either bat or ball. He was also club groundsman for many years and served on the committee as Treasurer for many years. After a break he returned to the committee in 2019 and took on the Club Captain role in 2020.
Joe took up cricket again when he moved to the village in 2015, last time he played was in school. He mainly rowed in Cambridge and followed rugby but his love of sport and wanting to get more involved in the local community led him to the cricket club. Over a very short time (and a lot hard work) Joe has become a very good and effective leg-spinner in 1st XI Cricket. Joe uses his excellent creative skills to help the club in many ways, including helping design the new pavilion and creating the website.
Junior Liaison Officer
A keen cricketer in his youth Paul was tempted back into the game when his two sons started playing. Paul plays an important part in our Junior section and is a ECB Level 2 coach. He has managed a number of our Junior sides and currently Captain's our 2nd XI, where we always have a number of juniors getting a taste of senior cricket.
Alan has been at the centre of the club since moving to the village in 2001. A traditional left handed opening bat he has scored many runs at the top of the order for the club and always proving difficult for the opposition to dislodge. He spent many years as Sunday Captain and is currently the Mid Week Afternoon Captain. In his role as groundsman at the club for the last 15 years he has played a crucial part in ensuring the club has been able to expand the amount of cricket we offer.