Video interview: John Morgan

Hastings Priory vice-captain John Morgan reflects on a successful season for the Horntye Park-based cricket club.

Thursday, 5th September 2013, 8:43 am
Hastings Priory chairman Ian Gillespie, and first team players Jake Woolley and Elliot Hooper receive a cheque from Mr Syed, of Cinnamon Spice, one of the club's sponsors

Priory finished fourth in the Sussex Premier League after losing their final game away to Horsham last weekend, as well as winning the Gray-Nicolls Sussex T20 Cup for the first time since 1996.

That was despite losing a number of leading players last winter, including Sussex professionals Matt Machan and Kirk Wernars, and seeing little this season of influential duo Harry Finch and Josh Poysden.

Hastings Priory chairman Ian Gillespie, and first team players Jake Woolley and Elliot Hooper receive a cheque from Mr Syed, of Cinnamon Spice, one of the club's sponsors