Timothy Mason (born 12 April 1975) is a former English cricketer. He was a right-handed batsman and a right-arm off-break bowler.
Born in Leicester, during his ten-year career, he played extensively for his home county of Leicestershire for five years of his first-class career, before moving to Essex in 2000. He joined Shropshire in 2002, and has played in the Minor Counties Championship since then. He most recently participated in the 2006 Western Division.
Prior to his major participation in County Cricket, Tim Mason played three Youth Test matches against Sri Lanka Under-19s, throughout the month of January 1994, alongside up-and-coming names such as Michael Vaughan and Marcus Trescothick.
Timothy Stephen Curtis is a former England cricketer, English teacher and Director of Sport at RGS Worcester. He retired from teaching in 2016.
Sir Timothy Carew O'Brien, 3rd Baronet was an Irish baronet who played cricket for England in five Test matches.
Learie Nicholas Constantine, Baron Constantine, was a West Indian cricketer, lawyer and politician who served as Trinidad and Tobago's High Commissioner to the United Kingdom and became the UK's first black peer. He played 18 Test matches before the Second World War and took the West Indies' first wicket in Test cricket. An advocate against racial discrimination, in later life he was influential in the passing of the 1965 Race Relations Act in Britain. He was knighted in 1962 and made a life peer in 1969.
Christopher Timothy Tremlett is a former English cricketer who played international cricket for England and domestically for Hampshire and Surrey. He was a 6 feet 7 inches (2.01 m) tall fast-medium bowler able to extract bounce on most surfaces. Tremlett started his playing career with Hampshire in 2000 and was awarded his county cap in 2004. He made his One Day International debut in 2005, and two years later played his first Test. Tremlett played three Tests in 2007 before injury interrupted.
Matthew Sean Mason is an Australian former first-class cricketer. He holds an Irish passport and was therefore not considered an overseas player when playing for Worcestershire County Cricket Club. He played as a right-arm fast-medium bowler, who benefits from his 6-foot 6-inch height, and a lower-order right-handed batsman.
Jeremy William Lloyds was an English cricket player and umpire. A left-handed batsman and right-arm off break bowler he played for Somerset, Orange Free State and Gloucestershire before his retirement in 1991. Lloyds made his umpiring debut in 1996 and graduated to county cricket in 1998 and international games in 2000.
Timothy James Murtagh is an English-born Irish cricketer who plays for Middlesex County Cricket Club.
John David Bond, was an English cricketer who played for Lancashire and Nottinghamshire.
Timothy Raymond Ambrose is a retired Australian-born English cricketer who played all three formats of the game internationally. He was a right-handed batsman and wicket-keeper. He began his domestic career with Sussex County Cricket Club in 2000, although he went on to play for Warwickshire. He represented England but lost his place to Matt Prior in 2009. Ambrose retired from cricket at the end of the 2020 season.
Johan Dewald Nel is a former South African-born Scottish professional cricketer. He is a primarily a right-arm fast-medium bowler, who also bats right-handed.
Timothy Duncan Groenewald is an English-South African former professional cricketer. He played as a right-arm medium-fast bowler for Warwickshire, Derbyshire, Somerset and Kent County Cricket Clubs before retiring during the 2021 season. He was born in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa but holds a British passport through his mother and, as a result, played as a domestic player in county cricket.
John Richard Mason, known as Jack Mason, was an English amateur cricketer who played first-class cricket for Kent County Cricket Club between 1893 and 1914, captaining the team between 1898 and 1902. He played for England in five Test matches on A. E. Stoddart's 1897–98 tour of Australia.
Mark Thorburn is an English cricket coach and former first-class cricketer.
Timothy Stewart Smith is an English cricketer. Smith is a right-handed batsman who bowls slow left-arm orthodox. He was born at Henham, Essex and later educated at Bishop's Stortford College in Hertfordshire.
John Mason is an English former cricketer. Mason was a right-handed batsman who bowled right-arm slow.
Iain Wardlaw is a retired English-born first-class cricketer who played international cricket for Scotland. A right-arm medium pacer and right-handed batsman, Wardlaw was contracted to Yorkshire County Cricket Club to the end of the 2012 season, and for whom he played four Twenty20 games, and one County Championship match in 2011.
Mason Sidney Crane is an English cricketer who plays for Hampshire. He is a right-arm leg break bowler and right-handed batsman. He also played for the England national cricket team in 2017 & 2018.
Joe James Weatherley is an English professional cricketer, who plays for Hampshire County Cricket Club. Weatherley, who has represented and captained England at under 19 level, is a right-handed batsman and off spinner. He made his first-class cricket debut for Hampshire against Cardiff MCCU in April 2016, going on to make his List A and Twenty20 debuts for the club later in the same season. He left KES (Southampton) in 2015.
Harry Cherrington Brook is an English cricketer who plays international cricket for England and domestic cricket for Yorkshire. Primarily a right-handed batsman, he also bowls right-arm medium pace. He made his international debut for England in January 2022. He made an extraordinary start to his test career by amassing 809 runs in his first six test appearances having batted ten times with a career average of 80.90 and with strike rate of almost 100. Brook was part of the England cricket team that won the 2022 T20 World Cup and was named as the European ambassador for Major League Baseball.
Timothy Hays David is a Singapore-born Australian cricketer. He played for the Singapore national cricket team between 2019 and 2020, before switching allegiance to Australia in 2022. He was part of the Australian team's squad for the 2022 T20 World Cup. He has played for various Twenty20 franchise teams. He made his international debut for Singapore in July 2019 and played 14 T20Is making his debut for Australia in 2022 against India.