1991 - 1994: W.G. Said-Grace
The first fully "employed" cricket correspondent for Preston Village was that great Tory-loving guy, W.G. Said-Grace. Lasting from the club's first league victory on the May 17th 1991 through to the victory over Fauldhouse (26th August 1994) without a loss of passion for the role. Below is the collective works (that could be found) of W.G Said-Grace.
1999 - 2006: Face In The Crowd
Following the departure of W.G. Said-Grace to his post at the Daily Telegraph (seems they're actually paying him the promised pints), a new scribe was needed to chronicle the adventures of The Village People. The vacancy was filled by a lost Geordie bloke who was wondering around Meadowmill trying to clear his head after a "quiet night on the town". Thus we introduce to you, the collection of the most popular Face In The Crowd reports from his 7 year spell.
2006 ESCA Presidents Plate Final
(Paul Bailey, ESCA)