David Brazier Obituary, Death – Tanworth and Camp Hill Cricket Club (TACH) paid tribute to a cricketing icon with the announcement of David Brazier’s passing. Brazier was a long-time member of the club, having been there for an incredible sixty years. David, who was beloved by many in the cricketing world, passed away on November 15th, leaving a lasting impression. The history of Tanworth in Arden Cricket Club will forever bear the stamp of Dave’s influence. Throughout his 60 years of service, he was an indispensable cog, displaying his skills as first team captain from 1976 to 1986 and playing till 1990.
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He was an incredibly talented cricketer, known for his 80 wickets a season as a fast left-arm round bowler. Three times he reached 100 wickets in a season and once he scored 400 runs as a right-handed batsman. From 1958 to 2018, Dave was the head groundsman, and his influence stretched beyond his on-field feats. Thanks to his hard work and knowledge, the club had a first-rate playing field, widely regarded as one of the greatest in the Cotswold League. He left his groundskeeping legacy to his son Andy in 2018.
From a young age, both Alison and Andy Brazier—Dave’s daughter and son, respectively—were heavily involved with TACH. The family persevered through the passing of Mavis, Dave’s wife and their mother, who was instrumental in making the club’s exquisite teas. Not only did Dave have an impact on cricket, but he also had a ripple effect on Robin Hood Golf Club and the Royal Oak Warriors football teams. He was made an honorary member and life vice president of the cricket club for his 40 years of service at Robin Hood Golf Club.
The President of TACH, Phil Webb, paid tribute to Dave and recognized the hole he had left behind. From his time as head groundsman and first team captain to his current positions as president and chairman, Dave’s dedication will be remembered for years to come. Even though the Tanworth and Camp Hill Cricket Club is in mourning over the loss of a beloved member, Dave’s legacy will live on in the club’s verdant grounds and friendly atmosphere for years to come.