In this section you will find a list of batsmen and the centuries they have scored going back to before World War 1 and likewise a list of bowlers who have taken a six wicket haul or better. It is naturally incomplete as are our records so if you are a Nomads Centurion missed or likewise a bowler do send the details and we will add to the list. Now compiled are aggregates figures 1993-today with some gaps for missing scorecards. Also compiled are the figures for 1968-1983 and 1926-1937 again with some missing scorecards. For the period 1984 – 1992 we are perversely missing score books and published averages.

The earliest recorded century we have is that by G H Inman v London Scottish CC in 1911. The earliest sixfer, in fact an eightfer, was by Nomads Legend Sidney Caulfield who took 8-27 in 1913 against L C & W Bank SC.

That we have any historical data is due much to Granny Alston, David Alexander and David Morton. We are much indebted to Peter Wynne- Thomas, the archivist and librarian at Trent Bridge and sometime Secretary of the Society of Cricket Statisticians as well as author of several Cricket books. He very kindly, in late 2002, meticulously researched the Cricketer Magazine from 1921 onwards for all mentions of Nomads(and Hampstead Nomads). This has proved to be a rich source of information about Nomads in yesteryear especially as The Cricketer Magazine is now available in entirety on Cricket Archive but you have to subscribe.

We have also found while researching in the MCC Library at Lord’s an earlier Cricket Journal( CRICKET A WEEKLY RECORD OF THE GAME ) which covered club cricket up to World War One wherein there are quite a few mentions of Hampstead Nomads. This journal is now on line thanks to the Association of Cricket Statisticians and Historians and free.

If you have any information about Nomads CC and or yourself as a Nomads player do let us know.