Red Mist Academy


Our Congratulations go to former Red Mist Academy player, Oli Stone, as he was selected to represent England in Sri Lanka and West Indies in the winter playing his first game in 2018. Unfortunately he has developed an injury and we wish him a speedy recovery for the new season with Warwickshire and hopefully for England in 2019 World Cup and Ashes series.
 
Congratulations go to Robyn Edge who has been taken on by Sussex CCC Ladies after a successful winter  and start to the summer.

Former Red Mist Academy player, Callum Taylor, has been given a two year full contract with Essex CCC. Callum has impressed throughout the season in all formats of the game, including representing England in the U-19 World Cup and we wish him well in 2018 as a professional player. He made his debut for Essex in 2015

Congratulations to Oli Stone on making his debut for Northants in the T20 during the 2014 season. Although Oli was out first ball and on a hat-trick for Paul Collingwood, he seemed to enjoy the experience. Oli was also invited to attend England Under 19's training after a successful bowl at England Lions prior to them playing the West Indies. Oli was awarded a contract for the 2013 and 2014 season. 2015 saw Oli become a regular 1st XI player. He has recently signed a new contract for Warwickshire and will continue with them in 2018 after a winter in Perth.
He continues to return to play for Vauxhall Mallards when available in the EAPL

Rob Newton continued his good form with Northants, and has captained the team this season.


Former Academy player, Alex Patmore has become the first to play at International level, representing Japan in the ICC qualifying divisions. A recent 91 was followed by 100. Alex played for Vauxhall Mallards until moving for University and then going to Japan where he was picked up by the Japanese coach. Alex was born in Tokyo and hence qualified to play for the national team.

Matthew Taylor
, Will Rogers and Matthew Plater have been offered places on Northamptonshire C.C.C. Academy for the 2016 season. We wish them well as they move on to this new and challenging level in a quest for a full professional contract. Matt Taylor recently took 8 wickets for 5 runs against Lancashire in an U-25 match for Northamptonshire.


Red Mist continues to produce players that are making major contributions at club and County level. Many of this years group have attended Pre Academy sessions at Northants and Essex, plus some have been seen by other counties and invited to attend sessions this winter.
Red Mist continues as a scouting organisation for Northamptonshire CCC.


Previous players that have moved on from The Academy to higher levels have included;



Oli Stone (England, England U19, Northamptonshire CCC and Warwickshire CCC)
Robyn Edge (Sussex Ladies and Norfolk Ladies)
Sam Arthurton (Essex Academy and Norfolk CCC)
Ryan Findlay (Northamptonshire Academy and Norfolk CCC)
Alex Patmore (Japan)
Callum Taylor (England U17 and U19's, Essex and Norfolk CCC)
Matthew Plater (Northamptonshire Academy)
Will Dunger (Essex Academy)
Will Rogers (Northamptonshire Academy)
Matthew Taylor
(Northamptonshire Academy and England Under 17)
Louise Cadge (UCCE Cambridge, England Super 4's Under 19's, Norfolk Ladies and Northamptonshire)
We have also had a close association with Shaun Bailey (Northamptonshire and Norfolk CCC), Robert Newton (Northamptonshire and England Under 17's) and Jaik Mickleburgh (Essex, England Under 19's and Norfolk CCC)













Please note that the Red Mist Academy and Junior Academy are in no way connected to and are not funded by NCB. This also means that Red Mist Cricket Academies have no influence over NCB selection, policy or player progression within the NCB. 


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