Gloucester Gipsies today announced the resigning of club legend Kris Evans. Evans Began his career with 93* on debut on 17 November 2005 alongside the club’s favourite son, Syed Burki, to complete an emphatic 10 wicket victory over Funktastic Fatties. He went on to play for 6 seasons before moving to New Zealand. A short spell with Schmulzie’s 11 was followed by a 2 year stint at Bay of Plenty Steamers, from where he completed his move back to the club where he learned his trade. Both Evans and the Gipsies want him to remain here for the rest of his career.
Meanwhile Neil Hutchison has moved the other way, taking a memorable 5 wicket haul on his last day for the club to help the Gipsies complete a remarkable comeback in their FC game against Painkillers. We wish him well.