Past and Present players
An English first-class cricketer. A slow left arm orthodox bowler and left handed batsman, Karl plays for Yorkshire County Cricket Club.
Karl will be using the Odin and Hel-Fyr ranges for the 2019 season.
You can follow Karl on twitter.com/KarlCarver_29
An English first-class cricketer, A right arm medium-fast bowler and right hand batsmen he plays for Leicestershire County Cricket Club.
Will will be using the Hel-Fyr and Thor ranges.
Ross is a 20 years old cricketer. A right Handed Batsmen who can bowl right arm fast medium. Ross plays for Durham.
Ross is using Odin and Hel-Fyr for 2019.
You can follow Ross on www.instagram.com/_rg.01
An English first-class cricketer. A right Handed Batsmen who can bowl. Matt plays for Warwickshire County Cricket Club.
Matt is using the Odin and Hel-Fyr for 2019.
you can follow Matt on twitter twitter.com/Lamb_Matt
An English first class cricketer, a slow left arm orthodox spinner and left handed batsmen, Liam plays for Durham County Cricket Club.
Liam will be using the Hel-Fyr and Thor ranges for the 2019 season.
follow Liam on twitter.com/liamtrevaskis
Jenny Gunn MBE
An English cricketer and current member of the England women's team, Jenny is a medium paced bowler and middle order bat.
Jenny currently plays for Warwickshire CCC and Loughborough Lightning in the Kia Super League.
In 2014 Jenny was appointed an MBE for services to cricket.
A member of the remarkable 2017 World Cup winning team, in march 2018 Jenny became the first male or female cricketer to play in 100 T20 International matches.
Jenny has worked with us on The Valkyrie range which is new for 2019.
You can follow Jenny on twitter at twitter.com/GunnJenny
Emma plays for Lancashire in all forms of the game and is in the England Academy, she started playing County age group cricket at the age of 10 in 2008 for the Lancashire Under 13s, and has scored an impressive 11 county centuries so far.
The right-handed opening batter made her senior debut in 2012. Emma went on to make her senior England debut against Ireland during the pre-season tour to the UAE in April 2017.
The 20-year-old was also named as Lancashire Women's Player of the Year at the Club's End of Season Awards following her 497 runs, scored at an average of 41.
Mady is a right arm off spinner and right handed bat. She plays for Essex CCC and Surrey Stars in the Kia Super League and Is in the England Academy.
Mady really hit the headlines during the final of the Kia Super League played against Loughborough Lightning, she took the heart out of Lightning side taking 3 for 22 in her 4 overs and helping Surrey to win by 66 runs.
A talented and committed young cricketer we are sure she go all the way, and this hard work along with that talent has paid off as she has been picked by the England Academy.
Our 2019 Sponsored Players
Beth has represented Lancashire from U11's right through to U17's now.
A left arm seam bowler that bats right handed, she also plays regularly in both men’s (20 wickets in her debut season) and women’s senior cricket.
Beth will be using the Valkyrie range for 2019 while representing Lancashire and her club sides. Watch out for some Thunder from Beth in 2019.
Follow Beth on Twitter to see how her season progresses - twitter.com/B3thanyHarv
Lily plays for local side Bradley CC near Skipton.
She scored 63 not out for the 2nd X1 and followed that up with 56 a couple of matches later, finishing with 400 runs for the 2018 season.
Lily is one of those players who picks up lots of fielding points, and is a strong fielder taking plenty of catches and along with her runs and wickets it makes her a rare talent.
That talent along with Lily’s hard work has paid off as she has represented North Yorkshire and Yorkshire Under 15’s during the 2018 season. We wish Lily well for what should prove to be an exciting year.
Luke Stoner Lewis
Luke joined us at Viking Cricket last season and we are delighted to see him return again for 2019.
He held the record score for a disabled cricketer after scoring 199 not out for Kent v Middlesex.
Scored 106 for his club (Mersham) at only 15 years of age along with Bowling figures of 5 wickets for 0 runs.
Has been a regional disability cricketer from the age of 13, moving on now being an England Lion and has played in 4 friendly games for his country.
Currently studying his Level 2 coaching and moving on to study sports coaching at University
Luke is using the Jorvik for 2019.