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Tom Fell makes his maiden first-class century for Worcestershire

Published Tuesday 1st of July 2014 01:32:39 PM

Old Oakhamian Tom Fell has made his maiden first-class century in his first full season playing for Worcestershire County Cricket Club.

He made the century during a match against Leicestershire. �We are delighted to see him make his century,� says Director of Sport Iain Simpson. �He is the best batsman we have seen to date at Oakham, since our records began in 1884. During his time at the School he scored seven centuries � more than any other Oakham batsman.�

He almost made his maiden century in his first half-season of playing professional cricket, reaching an impressive 94 not out v Kent when rain stopped play.

Tom left Oakham two years ago after captaining the 1st XI cricket team for two seasons (2011 & 2012) and breaking all of the School�s batting records. He holds the highest aggregate of any Oakham batsman since 1884, having scored 3463 runs in his four seasons in the XI 2009-12, at an average of 60.75.

As well as playing for Worcestershire CCC, Tom also played in all matches for the Oxford MCC Universities X1 in 2013 whilst studying at Oxford Brookes.
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