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The Somerset Cricket Board (SCB) is the governing body for all recreational cricket in the historic county of Somerset, and was established in 1994 under its first Cricket Development Officer Andrew Moulding. Following a restructuring in January 2010, the SCB now operates as a limited company. The current SCB Chairman is Andy Curtis, and the Cricket Development Manager is Andy Fairbairn. The Somerset Cricket Board competed in the MCCA Knockout Trophy between 1998 and 2002. They have appeared in five List A matches, making two NatWest Trophy and three Cheltenham & Gloucester Trophy appearances.

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  • The Somerset Cricket Board (SCB) is the governing body for all recreational cricket in the historic county of Somerset, and was established in 1994 under its first Cricket Development Officer Andrew Moulding. Following a restructuring in January 2010, the SCB now operates as a limited company. The current SCB Chairman is Andy Curtis, and the Cricket Development Manager is Andy Fairbairn. The Somerset Cricket Board competed in the MCCA Knockout Trophy between 1998 and 2002. They have appeared in five List A matches, making two NatWest Trophy and three Cheltenham & Gloucester Trophy appearances.
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  • The Somerset Cricket Board (SCB) is the governing body for all recreational cricket in the historic county of Somerset, and was established in 1994 under its first Cricket Development Officer Andrew Moulding. Following a restructuring in January 2010, the SCB now operates as a limited company. The current SCB Chairman is Andy Curtis, and the Cricket Development Manager is Andy Fairbairn. The Somerset Cricket Board competed in the MCCA Knockout Trophy between 1998 and 2002. They have appeared in five List A matches, making two NatWest Trophy and three Cheltenham & Gloucester Trophy appearances.
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