Tracey Seaman

Tracey is 41 years old, is an accountant (which is great for scoring!) and has been playing cricket for 7 years, 5 of which she has captained the ladies team at Ickenham CC. As an ECB level 2 coach, Tracey started coaching the girls at Ickenham when there were about 10 girl colts, this number is now up to over 50 with several girls representing Middlesex in their respective age groups, all of which has made her very proud.

She hopes the trip will introduce the sport she loves to a new set of cricketers while also getting the all important AIDS awareness message across. 










Adam Park-Elliott

London born and bred, a life-long Spurs fan and Middlesex CCC supporter, and a Level 3 Coach, Tutor and Assessor with over 35 years of coaching experience from schoolchildren to Scotland National Women’s Coach. I’ve delivered coaching courses for ICC Europe in places as diverse as Austria and the Isle of Man. I’ve had the chance to work in the UK and abroad both as a cricket coach as well as  my other ‘job’ as a Sports Massage Practitioner – the highlight of this was working at the 2000 Sydney Olympic and Paralympic Games. A keen cricketer, rugby player and footballer, I spend most of my time these days ‘patching’ up and putting back together sportspeople from  all different sports and activities, from ‘elite’ to ‘social’ level!! Still get to the gym whenever work [and apathy!] don’t get in the way, but enjoy getting out on the bike or taking long walks in the surrounding countryside, which is breathtaking.
My wife, Carole, and I have been living in the Highlands of Scotland for 18 years but still enjoy the occasional visit south to London and the Home Counties for family visits, tourist-type outings, etc – it’s always nice to return to the peace and tranquillity of the far North!!
This will be my second visit to Botswana with CWB – a different group of volunteers this time, but I’m sure it will be an equally enjoyable and productive trip, and I’m really looking forward to renewing friendships made on my last trip!!





Carl Hamilton

Carl is a qualified teacher who has taught Physical Education in three different schools over an 18 year career.  He now manages North Oxfordshire School Sport Partnership and oversees the development and delivery of high quality PE and sport in 55 schools.  Through this role he also works closely with numerous community sports clubs and leisure providers including a number of cricket clubs.
Carl is a real sports enthusiast and has played both rugby and football for many years.  In the summer he enjoys playing ‘social’ village cricket with his friends and is also a member of the local gym.
He has talked about travelling to Africa as a volunteer for many years but has finally taken the plunge with the help of Cricket Without Boundaries!

Andrew Ferguson

I am 35 and a recently qualified Level 2 coach still finding my way in the
coaching world.  I help out at the local club with the U11s and play
occasionally for them.  However I am a keen member of our Sunday village

I manage a diversified farm – with arable land and various farm buildings
that are let out for commercial uses.

I am very much looking forward to the trip to Botswana where I hope I can do
my bit to help and also help my own coaching skills.


Paul Juckett

Paul is 44 years old and works on the British railway network as a Guards Manager for First Great Western.
A keen cricket player in his youth, he was forced to give up playing when he was 17 after gaining employment with the Railway because of the shift work.
Now living in Cornwall, a married father of two, he got re-involved with cricket when his son started playing at the local club (Menheniot-Looe CC). Being a willing volunteer, Paul was quickly made an Assistant Coach and then level two coach as well as the clubs Child Welfare Officer.
Paul has coached the clubs youth sides since 2009, whilst also undertaking the Secretary’s role for one year and Club Chairman for the past two years.

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Scott Warren

Aged 19, Scott is a very keen village cricketer who volunteers as an ECB Level One coach at his local club. He works in a shop selling sports equipment and is very passionate about every sport he has ever played. He has visited Botswana once before in Autumn 2012 on a previous Cricket Without Boundaries trip and loved it so much, has decided to go again.

He looks forward to the inevitable new challenges that will come his way on this trip as well as the smiles on the faces of all the people he works with.


Mark Campbell

Mark is a qualified social worker and has been working with children for over 25 years.  He has been involved with child protection, for children who are unable to live with their families and children affected by HIV/AIDS. He has managed teams working with disabled children and currently manages a team working with children who are in public care.

He has been playing cricket for over forty years and is a qualified ECB Level 2 coach and Club Welfare Officer. He has wanted to visit Botswana since leaning about the Kalahari and the Magadikadi Pans whilst studying geography at university. Now he is lucky enough to have the chance to do this again and is looking forward to seeing familiar faces and meeting lots of new ones – all with the same broad smiles. Can’t wait!

David Boothroyd

I am a retail manager, whose main passion is cricket. I have played as long as I can remember! I am currently opening bowler (and solid number 11 bat) for Turnham Green and Polytechnic CC (

I also coach their u13 colts team, along with the u12 Hounslow Borough team, which is the first step on a colt's journey on the Middlesex pathway. I get a great deal of satisfaction in the role I play as a coach, and cannot wait to experience the new challenge that will come through the opportunity with CWB.
I am also a keen cyclist, and I will be putting this to the test with a cycle ride from London to Paris, in order to raise money for the project.







Sam Stevenson

I’m self-employed as a Marketing, Teambuilding and Events Consultant and do
anything from hostile environment training, delivering team building days
for school children and running swordfighting events, so my days are pretty
varied. I was also a GamesMaker for the Olympics, working on the fencing
(fortunately, I’m a better fencer than I am cricketer!)

I’m returning to beautiful Botswana as HIV Lead for the charity, so my role
is now focussed on overseeing the future HIV message strategy that we
incorporate into everything we do. I will be meeting with key stakeholders
in country, from media to Ministry, so if there’s anyone you think I should
liaise with, please let me know! (link = )

I am very much looking forward to working with the children and teachers
again, and hope to improve on my cricket skills – last time, I earned the
nickname ‘Bambi’ – something to do with spindly limbs in all directions
combined with eating dirt…. “