Bowling Ottershaw skip Steve Clarke with a delicious off-cutter to seal a famous last-ball victory.
Fantastic bowling figures, bagging 7 wickets whilst conceding only 20 runs, on debut vs Binsted
For the 'pink ball 5-fer' against Guildford City - Jim's first in any cricket for over 25 years
Nug, fielding for the opposition, rifles in an uncharacteristicly accurate throw from the deep to run out Mark Russell at Warfield
For missing his Wedding Anniversary to return season best figures of 3-24 against Godalming
For clearing the fence with an absolutely massive strike at Barnes, as predicted by Mark Russell and David Huggett!
For actually achieving the much-practiced '8 from 3' in a match situation to seal the win against Odiham and Greywell
Bowling the W-O-T skipper with the 'ball of the century', which co-incidentally was his first in a home game for 4 years.
A truly stunning one-handed diving catch at gully against Welford Park
A French hat-trick to seal a resounding victory over Walton on Thames
A two-wicket over at Godalming with a fine caught & bowled followed by an LBW
2 wickets in 2 balls for Jules Bland to win an extraordinary match against Tilford
A great low catch to dismiss former FGCC player Martin Cantwell in the game vs Tilford
Finishing the match in style v Farncombe; a superb one-handed diving catch to take the last wicket
Martin Cantwell caught at the square leg boundary in the gloom by Nick Gates vs Tilford
FGCC's first ever hat-trick, swinging the ball around corners vs Odiham and Greywell
Diving low and left to take a fine catch. Always cat-like off his own bowling
Jonny Leaver, with one stump to aim at from square leg, hits for a great run-out vs Hawley
Six sailing over square leg off the penultimate ball to win the match vs Hassra Strollers
A stunning one-handed catch in the slips to seal a thrilling 3-run win.
Hitting the last 2 balls of the innnings for 6 to bring up victory over Hurstbourne Priors
A 6 against Normandy from a regular number 11
A towering 6 at Barley Mow from a player not renowned for batting skill
100 v Frimley Green Working Mens Club