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Stephen Paul Titchard (born 17 December 1967 in Warrington, Lancashire) was a right-handed batsman and right-arm medium bowler for Lancashire and Derbyshire, from 1989 to 2001. Coming through into the Lancashire first team at roughly the same time as contemporaries such as Mike Atherton and Graham Lloyd, he never made the runs his talent as was suggested he was capable of. He played his junior cricket at Grapenhall Cricket Club near Warrington. His junior successes were shared with Stephen Bramhall and Rob Cook who both went on to play professional cricket.
He was also a capable fielder, at short leg or slip.
- Stephen Paul Titchard at Cricinfo
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