Horsham Cricket Club

Horsham Cricket Club is one of the oldest cricket clubs in the world and represents the Sussex market town of Horsham in the Sussex Cricket League, along with Roffey Cricket Club. Although cricket was played in Horsham before 1768, the first recorded game of a town side was on 8 August 1771, Horsham Cricket Club was created soon after 1806; the club has played various locations over the years, before settling at their present ground in 1851. Horsham is situated on the appropriately named'Cricketfield Road' and the Ground is known as the Cricketfield Road Ground; this picturesque ground is one of the most beautiful in the country and is the only ground to host both the MCC Spirit of Cricket U13 Regional Finals and the Portman Cup U15 Regional Finals. The two ends are called the Railway End. Pictured is Horsham's second ground, named after former President Dr. John Dew, which lies adjacent to the main square. Horsham is a successful club which has played home to many first class cricketers, it runs four Saturday men's teams, one Sunday men's and 2 women's teams.

Arguably one of the strongest club sides in the south, Horsham have won the Sussex League title a record eight times and the Cyril Snell trophy a record 11 times. The club's crowning achievement came in 2005 when they won the Cockspur Cup for the first time in their history, they were captained to victory by Luke Marshall in a tight thriller against Barnt Green of Birmingham, in which Marshall bowled Horsham to victory by three runs off the final ball, in which Chris Nash was Man of the Match. Horsham CC annually hosts a week of cricket for Sussex County Cricket Club, being one of three official Sussex outgrounds. A first-class match and a domestic limited overs match is part of the week, known as the Horsham Cricket Festival. Players with first-class caps who have represented Horsham are: Jofra Archer Will Beer Shaun Humphries Andrew Hodd Carl Hopkinson Will House Robin Martin-Jenkins Roger Marshall Chris Nash Michael Thornely Michael Munday David Hussey Shane Jurgensen Matt Henry Jan-Berrie Burger Naved Arif Gondal Mark Sanders Kamau Leverock In the 1980s, Australian cricketer Tim May spent a season honing his offspin as a 19-year-old.

In the 1970s Sussex and England cricketer, Paul Parker and went to school in the town after his family arrived in the UK from Rhodesia. Horsham CC website Horsham CC fixtures Horsham hold nerve to lift Cup

Clementi Secondary School

Clementi Secondary School is pre-tertiary institution in Fortress Hill, North Point Hong Kong. Founded by the 17th British Governor of Hong Kong and the 20th Governor of the Straits Settlements Sir Cecil Clementi, the school has the longest history in using Chinese as medium of instruction in Hong Kong. Besides the strong emphasis on classical Chinese, the school was instructed, since its founding, to provide a well-rounded English education to its pupils due to its strong ties with the British colonial government. British national anthem was sung and the Union Jack was displayed continuously until the handover of Hong Kong to China. Students and Alumni of the school are known as "Clementian"; the motto of the school is cited from the Analects of Confucius,"Letters, Devotion of soul, Truthfulness." The school is regarded in Hong Kong as one of the most selective and prestigious secondary institutions for its fine academic standard in Science subjects. The school has produced a number of world-renowned scientists.

It is the alma matar for a number of notable academics, writers, MPs, Police Commissioners and public administrators of Hong Kong. The school is famous for its historical connection with the Chinese University of Hong Kong; the Governor of Hong Kong Cecil Clementi, who had a profound interest in the Chinese language, decided to establish a school using Chinese as the medium of instruction. In 1926, Government Vernacular Middle School was founded. Government Vernacular Middle School is the first government school to use Chinese as the medium of instruction. Li King Hong, the then-Chinese language inspector of schools, was appointed the first principal of the school. During World War II, the school suspended its operations under the Japanese Occupation of Hong Kong. After the war, the school was renamed Government Vernacular Senior Middle School, it was renamed again in 1951 to Clementi Middle School and in 1988 to Clementi Secondary School, after the governor. As year after years, facts realize that people at worldwide recognizing that Chinese civilization is important as predication at the time the initial establishing of the school, for the people are in facing the western and eastern civilization both in the historical preponderance.

That school will not ignore the quantum that of the west and of the east, so it never ignores its mission of English education in balancing with Chinese subjects. The school has been relocated several times: 1926-1927 26-28 Hospital Road 1927-1941 Pok Fu Lam Road 1945-1946 Bridge Street 1946-1948 Wood Road 1948-1961 28 Kennedy RoadIt has been at the current site at 30 Fortress Hill Road since 23 September 1961; the school Principal now is Mrs. Fung Lai Miu-yee, who succeeded Ms. Li Sui-wah in 2013. Sir Kenneth Fung Ping-fan, Former Senior Chinese Unofficial Member in Urban Council, Executive Council and Legislative Council. Tsang Yam Pui, Former Commissioner of Hong Kong Police Force. Lee Ming-kwai, Former Commissioner of Hong Kong Police Force. Leung Kwok-hung, Member of Hong Kong Legislative Council, Chairman of the League of Social Democrats. Tam Goossen, New Democratic Party of Canada. Roy Ho, Member of Executive Council, Green Party of Ontario. Eddie Ng Hak-kim, Secretary for Education of the Hong Kong Government, Member of the Executive Council, Former Chairman of Hong Kong Examinations and Assessment Authority Prof. Daniel Chee Tsui, Graduate of university preparatory class of Clementi.

Nobel Physics Prize Laureate for his contributions to the discovery of the fractional quantum Hall Effect. Arthur LeGrand Doty Professor of Electrical Engineering at Princeton University, adjunct senior research scientist in the Department of Physics at Columbia University Prof. Sau Lan Wu, Enrico Fermi and Vilas Professor of Physics at University of Wisconsin-Madison and winner of 1995 High Energy and Particle Physics Prize of the European Physical Society for "the first evidence for three-jet events in e+e- collisions at PETRA" Prof. Wong Cheuk-Yin, fellow of American Physical Society, former chairman of Overseas Chinese Physics Association, U. S. A. now working at Oak Ridge National Laboratory Prof. Ng Cheuk-Yiu, Distinguished Professor of Chemistry, University of California at Davis Prof. Leung Pak-wah Edwin, medalist of Ellis Island Medal of Honor and Professor of Asian Studies at Seton Hall University, U. S. A. Peggy Cherng, Chinese-American billionaire businesswoman and electrical engineer Official website