Terry Mohan (left) is pictured being presented with a Devon tie by the club president Roger Moylan-Jones
Devon County Cricket Club’s annual brochure is proving such a success the club wanted to thank the man who has brought it to life.
Terry Mohan has put the brochure together since its first edition in 2016.
To say thanks for everything to Terry he has been made an honorary member of Devon County Cricket Club. A members’ tie was handed over to Terry at the club’s annual meeting, which was hosted by Ashford’s solicitors. Another supporter of the county.
“Terry has been responsible for the printing of the brochure over the last three years, and has gone well beyond the call of duty,” said Neil Gamble, the chairman of Devon CCC.
This year’s brochure, a guide to the season ahead and the people who make the county club tick, is the biggest and best yet.
“The first edition had just 32 pages, the second 40 and this year we are able to give our readers 60 pages of quality articles and eye-catching adverts,” said David Thornley, the DCCC committeeman behind the brochure project.
The print run this year is 1,500, up from 1,000, and all registered Devon League clubs will receive five copies, with more on request. All supporters at Devon CCC fixtures and events will receive copies free of charge. Anyone unable to pick-up a brochure will be able to read one on-line via the Devon Cricket Board webpages. An interactive page-turner version will be available.
The official launch of the 2018 brochure will take place on Friday, April 6 at the Dolphin Hotel in Bovey Tracey. Part of the reason for producing a brochure is to build links between the club and the countywide community. The two previous launch nights have been charity events and this year’s is no exception.