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  Saints Chairman aims high for 2021  

KEVIN Parsons the Chairman of Taunton St Andrews has made it quite clear exactly what he is hoping to achieve this coming season.

Looking ahead to the 2021 campaign Parsons, who has a long association with the Saints said: “This is a big year for Taunton St Andrews, especially following on from 2020 when there was a very limited amount of cricket played and the league system didn’t operate.

“During the closed season despite the lockdown we have done a lot of planning and laid the foundations for what we hope will be one of our most successful summers in recent years.

“We have invested a large amount of club funds in providing a state of the art net complex which we hope will help us to re-establish ourselves as the number one club in Taunton and attract the best players to play for us.

“Our short term goal is the regain our place in Premier One of the WEPL while longer term we want to guarantee that there is a continuing supply of young players coming through our youth system to ensure we maintain that top division status.”
The Chairman will be supported in his role by Richard Brice Club President. Alan King who is the secretary, and Steve Jenkins the treasurer, while Chris Rew takes on the vital position of Junior Co-ordinator, and Keith Parsons is Head Coach for the Juniors..

In order to help St Andrews to achieve their goals on the field in senior cricket the vastly experienced Lloyd Alley will continue in the role as First XI captain, while Jordan Clapp will skipper the Second XI.

The Third XI will be captained by Charlie Willams while Stu Hockey is set to continue as the skipper of the Fourth XI.

The Saints Sunday XI will be captained by the evergreen Martin Baldock, who will be ably assisted by vice captain Toby Williams-Thomas.

The Saints Chairman added: “Like everybody else at Taunton St Andrews I just cant wait for the start of the season to come around and get back out onto the cricket field.”

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