Death – Obituary News : Former President Ted Amey and former player Colin Chapman have both passed away, according to Finedon Dolben Cricket Club. The club expressed their condolences to the families of the two individuals.
We as a club would like to convey our condolences to the families of both former President Ted Amey and former player and club stalwart Colin Chapman who have both sadly passed away in recent times.
— Finedon Dolben CC (@FinedonDolbenCC) September 12, 2023
Former President Ted Amey and former player Colin Chapman, both distinguished members of Finedon Dolben Cricket Club, have tragically passed away in recent times. The club is deeply saddened by their untimely deaths and would like to extend its heartfelt condolences to the families of both individuals.
Ted Amey, who served as the club’s President, was a true pillar of the cricketing community. Known for his unwavering dedication and immense passion for the sport, Amey played a pivotal role in the growth and success of Finedon Dolben CC. His leadership and commitment will be remembered as an integral part of the club’s history.
Colin Chapman, a beloved former player and club stalwart, left an indelible mark on Finedon Dolben CC. Chapman’s exceptional skills and sportsmanship on the field made him a fan favorite. He displayed unwavering loyalty and dedication to the club throughout his career, inspiring many aspiring cricketers along the way.
Both Amey and Chapman will be dearly missed, not only for their contributions to the club but also for their warm and friendly nature. Their legacy will continue to live on in the hearts of those who had the privilege of knowing them.
In this time of profound grief, Finedon Dolben CC stands united in support of the families affected by these tragic losses. The club will honor the memory of Ted Amey and Colin Chapman through continued dedication to the sport they loved. Their names will forever be etched in the annals of Finedon Dolben Cricket Club, serving as a reminder of their invaluable contributions and the lasting impact they made on the cricketing community..