Pace bowler's fourth term in charge of Saturday 1st XI and during first season he skippered side to Division 2 title
Tyler Phillips will lead March Town Cricket Club into this season's Whitings League Division 1 campaign, having been re-elected as club captain at last Tuesday night's AGM.
It will be the pace bowler's fourth term in charge of the Saturday 1st XI.
During his first season he skippered the side to the Division 2 championship and then following a difficult season, he and vice-skipper Andy Wright helped March to a respectable seventh position last summer.
Phillips' younger brother Brandon will take his Sunday 1st XI troops into Division 1 of the Rutland League, with successful under 19 skipper Sam Clarke stepping up to be his vice-captain.
In the second team, Rob Tombs takes charge of the Saturday side, with Nathan Oliver his No2.
And there are new faces also in charge of the club's 4th XI, namely Rob Pooley and Andy Woodard.
Senior club nets are due to start on Wednesday, February 6 (6pm-8pm) at the Cromwell Community College, Chatteris. Eight sessions have been booked.
Junior nets will be held at the same venue which started on Friday (January 25, 6pm-7.30pm) for under-11s to under-15s.
Those elected on the night were: President, Pat Ringham, Saturday 1st XI captain, Tyler Phillips; Saturday 1st XI vice-captain, Andy Wright; Sunday 1st XI captain, Brandon Phillips; Sunday 1st XI vice-captain, Sam Clarke; Saturday 2nd XI captain, Rob Tombs, Saturday 2nd XI vice-captain, Nathan Oliver; Sunday 2nd XI captain, Sam Mason; Sunday 2nd XI vice-captain Shae Pooley; 3rd XI captain, Anthony Henson; 3rd XI vice-captain, Sam Mason; 4th XI captain, Rob Pooley; 4th XI vice-captain, Andy Woodard; secretary, Stephen Wallis; treasurer Alan Day; fixture secretary, Pat Ringham.
Those elected to the committee were: Les Mills (chairman), Alan Day (vice-chairman), Linda Kirby, Sarah Lemmon, Ian Liversedge, Gary Nicholls, Alex Oldham, Manuj Patel, Chris Ringham, Harry Vaheesan, John West.