Gibraltar Squad
Christian Rocca (captain)
An aggressive top-order batsman who first represented Gibraltar in the 1986 ICC Trophy and was also selected for the ICC Trophy in Holland in 1990. He took over the captaincy for the 1996 European Championships in Denmark and retained it for the 1997 ICC Trophy in Malaysia and the 1998 European Championships in Holland. 44 one day international appearances.
Gareth Balban
Age 19. Right hand opening bowler and right hand middle-order bat. 10 one day international appearances. Made his debut at the 1998 European Championships at the age of 17. One of the outstanding products of the Gibraltar Cricket Association youth development programme.
Paul Buttigieg
Age 19. A promising right hand batsman and a potential right hand spin bowler. 6 one day international appearances. Made his debut at the 1998 European Championships at the age of 17. Yet another product of the Gibraltar Cricket Association youth development programme.
Richard Buzaglo
Age 34. One of the most experienced members of the side, having represented Gibraltar in every ICC Trophy since 1986 as well as in two European Championships. An attacking top-order batsman, a superb fielder and has also kept wicket for Gibraltar. 53 one day international appearances.
Steve Cary
Age 32. A strong right arm medium paced bowler and an excellent fielder. He first represented Gibraltar at the 1997 ICC Trophy in Malaysia and was selected for the 1998 European Championships. 11 one day international appearances.
Gary De'Ath
Age 42. Left hand middle-order batsman and slow right arm bowler. He has represented Gibraltar in all ICC Trophy tournaments since 1986 as well as both European CHampionships. 48 one day international appearances.
Steven Gonzalez
Age 17. A promising right hand batsman and medium pace bowler who is making his debut at senior international level, although he represented Gibraltar at the European Under 19 Championships in N Ireland in 1999. Another product of the Gibraltar Cricket Association youth development programme.
Philip Hudson
Age 25. A top-order left hand batsman and right hand medium pace bowler. A fine cricketer in his own right, he is doing sterling work with Gibraltar's youngsters as part of the Gibraltar Cricket Association youth development programme.
Daniel Johnson
Age 20. An extremely talented all-rounder, he first rrepresented Gibraltar aat the age of 16 in the 1996 European Championships. He was also selected for the 1997 ICC Trophy in Malaysia and the 1998 European Championships.
Piers Moore
Age 36. A right arm fast-medium bowler and right hand agressive batsman. A qualified coach who has been putting the Gibraltar squad through its paces.
Rex Purnell
A slow left arm bowler, middle-order batsman and good fielder who made his debut for Gibraltar in the quadrangular tournament held on the Rock in September 1999. 3 one day international appearances.
Dave Robeson
Age 23. A right hand opening batsman and occasional bowler. First represented Gibraltar in the 1996 European Championships and was aslo in the squad at the 1997 ICC Trophy.
Roy Rodgers
Age 36. A strong and aggressive right hand opening bowler. Made his debut for Gibraltar in last year's quadrangular tournament. 4 one day international appearances.
Chris Watkins
Age 32. A fine top-order batsman and more than useful seam bowler. Can also keep wicket. 4 one day international appearances.
Tom Finlayson
Manager. Honorary Secretary of the GCA from 1982 to 1989 and now Chairman. Represented Gibraltar in the 1982 ICC Trophy and has managed evry Gibraltar tour since then.
Richard Cox
Coach. Gibraltar's National Coach at the ICC Trophy in 1994 and 1997 and the last two European Championships.
John Shephard
Umpire. First took up umpiring last year at the age of 27.
Eddie Wilson
Scorer. His first taste of international scoring.