Hall of Fame

Greig Hopcroft was inducted to the Glenrothes Cricket Club "Hall of Fame" in 2011.


On the date of induction to the "Hall of Fame" Greig was ranked at number 15 in the clubs all time bowling figures and number 16 in the batting rankings.

But whilst these are admirable statistics it’s Greig's off the field work that is simply astounding and it wouldn’t be to the detriment to anyone else to say he has virtually ran the club single handedly in recent years; and all his efforts have been made in a tough climate for local sports clubs, which has been a massive achievement in itself!

Whilst making himself available to play for the club on Saturday's, Sunday's and Midweek matches Greig has also contributed a staggering amount of voluntary work for the club including:

Organising social events and fund-raising; Organising the clubs fixtures; Marketing, Press Officer and looking after the website; Finance and handling the accounts; Helping John Bell with the pitch; and arranging practice and training.

Greig captained the club in 2013 for their first CSL season, finishing a respectable 3rd place. Greig also skippered the team to the Fife Cup with a win over Largo in the final at Falkland, the club hand't won the trophy since the 1980s.

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