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Robert Moore

 
Name: Robert Moore
Age 17
NIC-NAME:  Bob/ Mr. Cricket
DATE STARTED PLAYING: 2004
FAVE PLAYER: Paul Collingwood
FAVE PLAYER AT THE CLUB: 1st David McCormick, 2nd Davy Harris, 3rd Marty Ross.
CAREER HIGH: The 1st XI were down at the Factory Ground to face Donacloney and we batted first. We could only manage to post a score of 140 and looked defeated. Cut a long story short, they needed 8 runs to win with 2 wickets in hand. I was then thrown the ball and managed to bowl the No.9 hitting the top of off. Then only needing 2 runs to win, the No.11 was bowled by my Yorker and Cregagh won by 1 run.
CAREER LOW: Larne beating us at home by 1 wicket.
BEST BOWLING:  6-2-3-18
BEST BATTING: 13
BIGGEST INFLUENCE ON CAREER: David McCormick and Graham Watt
ONE FOR THE FUTURE: Adam McCormick and Stuart Nelson
FUNNIEST THING EVER SEEN ON THE FIELD: Davy Harris. The fielding practice up at a wet Saintfield is definitely up there.
PREVIOUS CLUBS: There’s only one Cregagh!
WORST PERSON TO BE BESIDE IN THE CHANGING ROOM: John Stewart. When he brings in his blue coffin there’s no room for anything else.
ANY SUPERSTITIONS: I don’t like my shoelaces hanging out, they must be tucked in.
BEST GROUND PLAYED AT:  Gibson Park
THE TEAM YOU LOVE TO BEAT: CIYMS
WHO'S LAST TO GET THE BEERS IN: Apparently the Vet is tight in that department.
BEST ALL TIME CREGAGH 11:  1. P.Walker, 2. A.Bligh, 3. I.Kerr, 4.D.McCormick, 5. A.Thakar, 6. R.Lang, 7. S.Porter, 8. A.Baker, 9.R.Moore, 10. C.Copeland, 11. D.Harris.
FAVE MURDERBALL MOMENT: Davy Mac smacking the ball into Copey’s chest from point black range was hilarious!
OTHER SPORTS: Football, Snooker, Darts, Bowls, Athletics. I’m a modern day Jackie! Hoping to take his job when he finally gets the boot!
FAVE NIGHT OUT: A night of stand-up comedy followed by a Pizza Hut.
FAVE FOOD: My Dad makes a good curry. Copey wouldn’t be shy in supplying you with some fried chicken. And a good chocolate fudge cake to finish.
FAVORITE WAG Why does every question remind me of a McCormick?