John “Cheffy” Essey, a Jo’burg regular since 2014 has recently ascended to LMS Legend.
Fayez Qamar is one player of an exclusive group of LMS Legends to come out of Pakistan, playing in the Lahore leagues since 2015,
Since his first game for his beloved Tap That, with 3 first ball ducks, one of which was a double play, Dave has had some major achievements…culminating in his 10K runs accolade and now LMS Legend!
A regular since 2008, Manoj has played for an incredible 55 teams - his anchor teams resoundingly being Barclays Cricket Club and Commerzbank. His commitment to cricket (Manoj is a tireless ambassador for Lashings) and LMS, is well known.
Another new Legend to hail from Ipswich, Australia, this week is Corey ‘Cozza’ Marshall.
Another Ipswich, Australia player to reach ascendancy to LMS Legend is Gregg Marks. Gregg joined Last Man Stands in 2014 and seven years on, continues to play with The Abusement Parks.
We pay homage today to one of two Last Man Stands Ipswich, Australia players who has risen to the heady heights of LMS Legend.
Known more so for driving winners around Albion Park, a group of cricket keen Queensland reinsmen have turned to taking wickets and smashing sixes.
Since his LMS debut with the Melbourne All Stars back in 2014, Atif has racked up an unbelievable 242 wickets and almost 11,000 runs.
From his debut for the Rock Lobsters in Kiama way back in 2013, Penguin has been a key member of the Lobsters/FOTs juggernaut. His highlight came in the 2018 Australian National Champs when the Rock Lobsters took out the title after going close in 2016 and 2017.
Here's a great article from The Weekend Australian about LMS Superstar Simon Keen
Cricket Yorkshire delighted to partner with Last Man Stands