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By Matthew Panting

Name: Elliott List   Position: Forward

The former Crystal Palace youngster was signed by former boss Justin Edinburgh, comparing him to Jermaine McGlashan. Elliott can play on the wing, behind the striker or upfront. He made his Gills debut at Swindon on Boxing Day, 2015.

Elliott List. Picture Andy Payton

Elliott List. Picture: Andy Payton

Stories featuring Elliott List:

Gillingham agree new deal with former Palace forward List

Elliott List wants extended run in the Gillingham team

Young forward Elliott List making the most of his time at Gills

Joined: May 2015

Squad number: 21

Date of birth: 17 September 1981

Former teams: Crystal Palace, Braintree (loan).

Born: May 12, 1997

Fascinating fact: Elliott loves driving fast cars when he's not beating defenders with his pace.

Elliott List in pre-season action for Gills. Picture Andy Payton

Elliott List in pre-season action for Gills. Picture: Andy Payton

Old Williamsonians 2nds were bowled out for just 16 in their match at East Langdon.

The Old Boys turned up with just nine players for their 2A East fixture and they crumbled in the face of East Langdon’s bowling attack.

Richard Dalton was Old Wills’ only man to make double figures, scoring 10 before being dismissed. He was caught off the bowling of Liam Sayer (3-2).

Ben Doble took 5-14 – all five batsmen going for a duck - as Old Wills were bowled out inside 12 overs.

East Langdon’s openers then knocked the runs off in 3.1 overs.

Borstal picked up maximum points from a low scoring game against Boughton & Eastwell.

Victory leaves them 29 points adrift of Championship East leaders Littlebourne.

A five-wicket haul from Alex Porter (5-30) and a couple of top order wickers for Akif Yhub (2-20) ensured them of a win, after defending 111.

With the bat, Borstal’s leading run scorer was Charlie Wardzynski, scoring 20 off 72 deliveries.

In reply, Boughton & Eastwell were bowled out for 77, with Josh Wasseff picking up 3-8 to help complete the win.

Holcombe & Blue Bell Hill’s match against Cobham lasted just 4.3 overs. Cobham were 6-1.

Sherwood’s game at Sheppey in 1A Central was also a wash-out.

Borstal 2nds lost by 44 runs to Leeds & Broomfield 2nd XI in 2A East.

Leeds were all out for 104 as Tarvinder Bahia took 4-18 but Borstal could only make 60 in reply. Josh Mepstead (13) and Billy Tutt (12) were their only double-figure batsmen.

Holcombe & Blue Bell Hill 2nds restricted Betteshanger Colliery Welfare to just seven runs from 5.5 overs before the rain intervened.

Sherwood lost their 2A East match by six wickets against Walmer.

Anthony-Lee Peat (32), Gary Norris (35) and Andrew Fewtrell (38) top scored for Sherwood as they posted 150-5 off 40 overs.

It wasn’t enough, however, with Walmer knocking the runs off in 27.3 overs.

Lordswood 3rd XI’s Edward Taylor hit 80 in their 151-run victory over Rodmersham 2nds.

James Adamson (45) and Matt Stearn (44) put on 54 for the fifth wicket as Lords posted 250-6 off 40 overs. In reply, 10-man Rodmersham were bowled out for 99.

Rainham 3rds had Hartley Country Club’s 5ths reduced to

24-3 off seven overs before rain stopped play.


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