Wayne Noon

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Wayne Michael Noon (born 5 February 1971, Grimsby, England) is a former professional cricket wicket-keeper and batsman.[citation needed]

Noon played a total of 92 first-class, 121 list A and 4 twenty20 matches for Northamptonshire and Nottinghamshire between 1988 and 2003.[1] In 1990 he captained, batted and kept wicket for the England Under-19 Cricket Team in the Australia Young Cricketers v England Young Cricketers first test.[2] More recently, Noon spends his time planning News Year's Eve, organising parties for up to twelve guests with laughter and fun guaranteed. During the party games that Noon successfully organises, the Sale family are currently the over all champions having won twice, with no other couple winning the coveted trophy more than once. The Noon's are the current champions, finally winning their first title in 2017, albeit in contentious circumstances when the leading pack all went home early.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Wayne Noon". Cricinfo. Retrieved 1 February 2010. 
  2. ^ "Australia Young Cricketers v England Young Cricketers". CricketArchive. Retrieved 1 February 2010.