Exmouth CC lose another player as Miles Lenygon moves on

Miles Lenygon in action for Exmouth during the 2018 Tolchards Devon League campaign. Picture: TERRY

Miles Lenygon in action for Exmouth during the 2018 Tolchards Devon League campaign. Picture: TERRY IFE - Credit: Archant

The winter exodus from Exmouth has continued with the departure of hard-hitting left-hander Miles Lenygon, writes Conrad Sutcliffe.

Lenygon, who joined Exmouth from Exeter for the 2018 season, has landed a new job in London.

Although Lenygon plans to remain registered with Exmouth, his first claim club is likely to be Twickenham.

Said Lenygon: “I will most likely be playing at Twickenham, but may be back to play the odd game for Exmouth, as and when possible.”

Twickenham play in the Middlesex County League, which has a sprinkling of players Lenygon will know well.

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Former Devon keeper-batsman Rhys Davies, who moved to London in 2014 on the MCC Young Professionals programme, stayed on in the capital after leaving Lord’s and will be a Twickenham team-mate of Lenygon’s.

Ethan Bamber, the England U19 fast bowler, was a team-mate of Lenygon’s at Exeter while studying across the road at the university. He plays for North Middlesex.

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