The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
Ray Hunt: September 2015
As the cricket season has finished at Tattenhall for 2015, it will soon be time to bid farewell to Kiwi pro Dan Power as he brings his 3 season stint at the club to a close.
Always a popular player, Dan has helped to lift the club via promotion last year to establish the 1st XI in Division 1 of the Cheshire County League, the top 24 teams in the area.
He has helped to lift the standard of fielding throughout the club and is certainly one of the best fielders in our league. He has increased his share of the bowling to take over 30 wickets this year and his last day century took his run tally over 450 to complete a fine all round career with the club.
In addition he has made a strong contribution to the junior set up and taken the time to get involved in the community, leaving a positive impression among those who have come to know him.
TCC Chairman Alex Sandland said "Dan has contributed enormously both on and off the field and is deserving of our thanks as he returns to New Zealand. He has been a superb ambassador for Tattenhall and Cheshire Cricket since he arrived in 2013 and has been a model overseas player for his contribution to playing, fitness and coaching junior cricket in Tattenhall ."
We wish him all the best on his return to New Zealand and hope he is able to visit his many friends here again in the near future.
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